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Team Sheppard members should be a aware of road closures Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9-10:15 a.m. and 5-6:15 p.m., due to Airman-in-training physical readiness training sessions. Routes closed on Sheppard due to PRT
Drivers on Sheppard should be aware of road closures and blockages due to Airman-in-training physical readiness training on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. A specific route is blocked off from 9-10:15 a.m. and from 5-6:15 p.m. The route is on F and G avenues between ninth and fifth strees. Portions of these roads are blocked to all traffic
0 2/14
2007
Default Air Force Logo Four Team Sheppard members win AF-level medical awards
For some, it's the culmination of an outstanding career. For others, it's one more stepping stone in their careers. For every one of them, it's an honor. Four Team Sheppard members have been singled out as the best in their career fields after receiving Air Force-level Medical Services awards. Here are the award winners and their accomplishments: -
0 2/13
2007
Michele Houck, second from left, is the 80th Flying Training Wing's Civilian of the Year, Category I. Mrs. Houck was recognized by wing leadership for her accomplishment of handling multiple schedules by prioritizing and rescheduling more than 1,800 appointments. She was also cited for implementing a new electronic staffing process for the 80th FTW as well as revising the wing administrative guide. Mrs. Houck is also busy with the local community, serving as the secretary of the Burkburnett High School Soccer Booster Club and pursuing a bachelor's degree. Also pictured with Mrs. Houck are her husband, Michael Houck, left, Col. Jeffrey Kendall, 80th FTW commander, and wing superintendent Chief Master Sgt. Norman Thierolf. (U.S. Air Force photo/Harry Tonemah) 80th FTW names annual award winners

0 2/13
2007
The 34th Annual Air Force Assistance Fund is underway at Sheppard with a target of $88,693.  Brig. Gen. Richard Devereaux, commander of the 82nd Training Wing, and 80th Flying Training Wing Commander Col. Jeffrey Kendall officially began the campaign Feb. 9 when they signed up to make contributions this year. Also pictured is Tech. Sgt. Edward Simonds, the point of contact for 82nd Training Wing Staff Agencies, and Maj. Dee Ann Mejia, the project officer for Sheppard's campaign. (U.S. Air Force photo/Harry Tonemah) Sheppard kicks off 34th Annual AFAF campaign
The 34th Annual Air Force Assistance Fund launched here Feb. 12 with a target goal of $88,693 during the six-week "Commitment to Caring" campaign. Last year, 66 percent of all eligible Sheppard members made AFAF contributions, the second highest rate in Air Education and Training Command. More than $166,500 was donated, $78,000 over the goal.
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2007
Kenneth Briere and Tanner Mills enjoy the Moonbounce at the Gary Michael Holloway Military Housing Carnival Feb. 10. GMH sponsored the free event at the Community Center from 1-5 p.m. for the base housing residents. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Isom) GMH hosts carnival for Sheppard

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2007
Major Jim Kuehn, a flight safety officer with the 80th Flying Training Wing and T-37 instructor pilot with the 97th Flying Training Squadron, gets tossed into the dunk tank after completing his 3,000th flying hour in a Tweet Feb. 5 (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jacob Corbin). Major flies 3,000 hours in Tweet
Fighter pilots are accustomed to evading their enemies in the sky when necessary. For Maj. Jim Kuehn, a flight safety officer with the 80th Flying Training Wing and T-37 instructor pilot with the 97th Flying Training Squadron, his ground evasion tactics didn't work as he attempted to fend off friendly attackers Feb. 5 following a flight that put
0 2/12
2007
WASHINGTON -- Air Force officials released photos of the latest version of the proposed Air Force utility uniform.  Special operations and survival, evasion, resistance and escape Airmen will conduct a limited wear test of the new design at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., Hurlburt Field, Fla., and Fairchild AFB, Wash., in June.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. David Jablonski)

Battle uniform available to deploying Airmen this spring
The Airman Battle Uniform is on track for distribution this spring to Airmen deploying as part of Air Expeditionary Forces 7 and 8. Production of the new ABU began Dec. 7 and uniforms are being warehoused. The uniform will be ready for distribution to Airmen deploying as part of AEFs 7/8. Most Airmen will get two ABU sets and two Desert Combat
0 2/09
2007
Players for the 264th Medical Battalion and the 365th Training Squadron surround the basket during the Feb. 7 game.  The 264th won the game, 77-73. Army students school 365th TRS, 77-73
The Delta 264th Medical Battalion taught some of Sheppard's permanent party a lesson in perseverance during an intramural basketball game Feb. 7, outlasting the 365th Training Squadron 77-73. The 365th TRS kept the 264th on their toes, grabbing the first basket of the game and holding onto the lead until well into the second half. But in the last
0 2/08
2007
Default Air Force Logo Sheppard club tells prospective members, "U Choose"
"Many have said they would join the club if they didn't have to have a MasterCard club membership card." These words shone from a projection screen at the Sheppard Club during a luncheon Feb. 3, illustrating at least one reason why some eligible club members have elected not to join. The free buffet lunch was an effort to draw in potential members
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2007
Tech. Sgt. Brian Cruickshank shows Airman Chad Whitney, of the 362nd Training Squadron crew chief course, how to properly latch down an A-10 Thunderbolt II Feb. 7. (U.S. Air Force photo/Adrian McCandless) Hands-on experience gives Airman an edge

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2007
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