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Default Air Force Logo PSD to streamline MPF
A new personnel system that puts each Airman's destiny in their own hands took affect March 31 when the Personnel Services Delivery system went on line. The Web-based service gives Airmen of all ranks the ability to conduct their own personnel business on line such as records reviews, updating records and filing separation or retirement
0 11/07
2006
Braxton Brittian places a kiss on his father’s cheek Saturday afternoon before the final group of 82nd Civil Engineer Squadron personnel head to Colorado for training with the Army at Fort Carson. Senior Airman Brett Brittian works in the structural shop at the CES. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike McKito). 82nd CES sends 15 to Colorado, Iraq
Leadership of the 82nd Civil Engineer Squadron told a few personnel their deployment to Iraq is all about focus and communication Saturday as two groups left Sheppard to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. The civil engineers will provide power production support to an undisclosed location in country following a one-month training session with the
0 11/07
2006
Default Air Force Logo ENJJPT 2008, Entry-exit flexibility highlights week-long discussions among NATO partners
Adapting the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program to fit a changing world is what would make the international program a viable option for alliance partners in the future, the chairman of ENJJPT said at the end of a week-long meeting. Air Commodore Peter Berlijn, chairman of the ENJJPT Steering Committee and a member of the Royal Netherlands
0 11/07
2006
Crhys Meza stand at attention at the Sheppard Elementary School flag pole vigil Sept. 15 in respect to Prisoners-of-War and those Missing in Action. Pairs of students took turns during the shcool's annual vigil that coincides with POW/MIA Day. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Jacob Corbin) Sheppard, local officials honor POWs, MIAs during ceremonies
An armless sleeve swayed in the early morning hours Sept. 15 as a Marine rendered a salute to groups of Airmen, Sailors and Soldiers that marched passed with the professionalism he's accustomed to. Retired Marine 1st Lt. Clebe McClary understands the sacrifices paid by those who were held in captivity for years before they were returned home, or
0 11/03
2006
Aidan Bradley guides the ball down the field Sept. 16 at a youth soccer league game between the Tigers and the Whirlwinds. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Jacob Corbin) A kickin' good time

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2006
Tech. Sgt. Dolores Lerschen, an instructor supervisor at the 383rd Training Squadron's Surgical Services Apprentice Course, helps Brig. Gen. Richard Devereaux during an "appendectomy" Sept. 14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Harry Tonemah) Incredibly realistic
For a moment Sept. 14, the 882nd Training Group transformed into a comical setting reminiscent of the 4077th MASH unit in Korea. Brig. Gen. Richard Devereaux, 82nd Training Wing commander, worked his way into the "operating room" during his orientation with the 882nd TRG to perform an appendectomy on an awaiting patient. The patient was draped in a
0 11/03
2006
German Cadet Ulrike Flender is the first female from the European country to graduate from the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo) First lady
The only lofty goal Cadet Ulrike Flender has is one that would catapult her into the sky as a pilot. As the German student prepares to graduate from Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program tonight, she'll complete a goal that wasn't on her radar until now. She'll be the first female fighter pilot for the German Air Force. "I didn't want to be
0 11/03
2006
Brig. Gen. Richard Devereaux, 82nd Training Wing commander, looks into a fiber optic fusion splicer as Tech. Sgt. Steven Baker, an instructor at the 364th Training Squadron, explains how the machine works. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Litteken) Leading in diversity
If there was one word Brig. Gen. Richard Devereaux would use to describe the 782nd Training Group, it would definitely be "diverse." The 82nd Training Wing commander toured squadrons of the 782nd TRG Sept. 19 to become familiar with the courses taught, discovering there isn't one particular area of specialty. "I was quite impressed by the diversity
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Support agencies identified for A-76
Brigadier General Richard T. Devereaux, 82nd Training Wing commander, in conjunction with Air Education and Training Command, has announced selected base operating support functions for an A-76 Cost Comparison study. The study will encompass 508 civilian and military billets spread through out civil engineering, communications, trainer development,
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Required PT uniform ready for wear
The new physical training uniform became mandatory Sunday, exactly one year after the Air Force began issuing it at Basic Military Training last October. According to the AF PTU Wear Guidance, the PTU is a work out uniform designed to provide maximum comfort and visibility (to others) for Airmen. While the PTU follows the general uniform standards
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2006
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