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  • Two ordinary Airmen become heroes

    On a Saturday afternoon, two Airmen were in downtown Sumter at brunch when a woman meandered in. Following a few trying encounters of her yelling at the waitresses, this woman pushed past the Airmen and took her emotions elsewhere.

  • Back on track with your kayak

    The 20th Force Support Squadron Outdoor Recreation Center provides Airmen with the opportunity to network and enhance morale through various outdoor activities.

  • A child’s home away from home – Part 2

    In-depth interviews, background checks and extensive training is only the beginning of what goes into the detailed care the 20th Force Support Squadron Child Development Center offers for each enrolled child.The CDC strives not only to provide a safe and nurturing environment which promotes the

  • A child’s home away from home – Part 1

    Dropping off a child at daycare can be bittersweet, but knowing the child is safe and well taken care of while at work can be comforting.The 20th Force Support Squadron Child Development Center mission is to assist Department of Defense military and civilian personnel with balancing the competing

  • All squadrons beware of FSS

    Lt. Col. Travis Norton, 25th Attack Group commander, challenged Maj. Darryl Hebert, 20th Force Support Squadron commander, to a skeet shoot-out between squadrons at the Skeet and Trap Range, Jan. 25. Norton first came up with the idea to challenge other squadrons to skeet and trap because he was in