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  • Ready to defend

    In an open field at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, an Airman fends off attackers one by one while experiencing disorientation, shortness of breath and struggling to open his eyes through excruciating pain.

  • Appreciating diversity

    Team Shaw members showed their appreciation for an influential African-American Civil Rights movement leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., here during the week of Jan. 16-19 in conjunction with Martin Luther King Jr. day Jan. 16.

  • Kids spot Santa at Shaw

    The Carolina Skies Club and Conference Center staff hosted a Breakfast with Santa event at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Dec. 17.

  • Local UAS regulations

    With the upcoming holiday season, some may be considering buying gifts for their loved ones. Whether the gift is a leading-edge piece of technology, a stocking stuffed full of knickknacks or even a brand new car, there are usually safety warnings attached.

  • Falcons under arrest

    Airmen from the 20th Civil Engineer Squadron power production flight installed new emergency arresting systems on the flightline at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Dec. 3-5.

  • Quarterly race for first place

    U.S. Airmen assigned to the 20th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron position a munition onto an F-16CM Fighting Falcon during a Load Crew of the Quarter competition at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., Nov. 23, 2016. Load crew competitions require crew members to work as a team to successfully complete all

  • Wateree completes new cabins

    Members of the 20th Force Support Squadron hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at Wateree Recreation Area near Camden, S.C., Nov. 4. Curt Marshall, Wateree Recreation Area manager, said the ceremony celebrated the completion of two new cabins that will provide additional overnight opportunities and