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  • Shaw leaders put feedback into action

    On Aug. 21, Capt. Emilee Senn, 337th Recruiting Squadron operations flight commander, was bringing her child to the 20th Force Support Squadron Child Development Center. It was then she recognized how much people were worrying about rendering salutes and ensuring their hat was on properly while trying to usher their children inside the building safely.
  • Shaw Lanes introduces HyperBowling

    Team Shaw members tested a new game system at the 20th Force Support Squadron Shaw Lanes Bowling Center’s HyperBowl grand opening, July 22.
  • Shaw celebrates freedom

    The 20th Force Support Squadron hosted the annual Freedom Bash, June 29.
  • 20th FSS car giveaway ends

    The 20th Force Support Squadron Smile Campaign team hosted a money and car giveaway Jan. 1 – 31, and the winner of the car was announced on the last day.
  • Shaw Airmen push through PT test

    Sweat, disinfectant and stress hang in the air as Team Shaw Airmen wait to begin their physical fitness test in the fitness center, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina. The smiles from casual conversation between testers vanish as “Hey everyone, let’s begin,” is heard.
  • CDC: supporting Air Force families

    As Team Shaw parents mentally prepare to tackle the day’s tasks and walk hand-in-hand with their child down the long hall of the child development center at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, they wonder how their child will handle the day.
  • Team Shaw celebrates Military Child Month

    The 20th Force Support Squadron hosted a Month of the Military Child celebration at the sports complex April 8.
  • Golf course completes renovations to a tee

    Renovations were recently completed at the 20th Force Support Squadron Stephen M. Creech Golf Complex here.The renovations began in mid-December, taking approximately three weeks to finish, and included replacing existing furniture, and updating old flooring and Pro Shop merchandise.Lisa Stevens, 20th FSS deputy director, said the changes improved