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Default Air Force Logo Sheppard TV live: 361 TRS Aircraft Metals Tech Apprentice Course, Wed. Jun 5 at 10:30 am
The 82nd Training Wing Public Affairs office will live stream broadcast the 361st Training Squadron's Aircraft Metals Technology apprentice course graduation Wednesday, June 5, beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Sheppard TV.Viewers who want to tune in can see the broadcast live from the 361st TRS on the UStream Sheppard TV page or the base Facebook page.If
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From right to left, Airman 1st Class Iokepa Garcia and one of his instructors, Tech. Sgt. Eric Kieffer stand in an aircrew classroom. Garcia earned the ACE award, which is given for maintaining a 100 percent grade average throughout each block test. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jelani Gibson)   361 TRS Aircrew flight equipment apprentice receives ACE award
Not everyone can pull off perfection. But, an airman at the 361st Training Squadron proved it can be done. An ACE award was earned by Airman 1st Class Iokepa Garcia, an aircrew flight equipment apprentice from the 361 TRS. The ACE award represents academic excellence in technical school and receiving a 100 percent average throughout each block
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Staff Sgt. Taylor, a student at Sheppard earned the ACE award. The ACE award recognizes academic excellence within the career field. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jelani Gibson) T-56 turbo prop student at 361 TRS earns ACE award
The ACE award plaque at the 361st Aerospace Propulsion Flight added a new name for the T-56 apprentice course for the first time since 2011.With the award, Staff Sgt. Brian Taylor is one of only 20 students in a nearly two-decade stretch to receive the honor.Earned by maintaining a perfect 100 percent average throughout their time in tech school,
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Staff Sgt. Jordan Loving (right), 361st Training Squadron aircraft metals technology instructor, reviews a tungston inert gas weld exercise with Airman 1st Class Cole Grassmeyer (left), 361st TRS Airman-in-Training, at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, April 25, 2013.  Loving was named the 2012 AETC Airman Instructor of the Year.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Dan Hawkins/Released) 361 TRS NCO is 2012 AETC Airman Instructor of Year
The 2012 calendar year was a busy one for Staff Sgt. Jordan Loving between moving, learning a new job, going to Airman Leadership School and finishing up a college degree, but in the end it all paid off with his selection as Air Education and Training Command's Airman Instructor of the Year.Loving, an aircraft metals technology instructor at the
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Before and after look at the 361st Training Squadron "pride" room located in the propulsion building. (U.S. Air Force Photo & Graphic/Kimberly Parker) Extreme Makeover: PA helps inspire the 361st TRS
The 361st Training Squadron's redesigned "pride" room was unveiled Jan. 15 during a graduation ceremony for a TF-34 aerospace propulsion apprentice class.To help mark the occasion, the graduation ceremony was also live-streamed over the world-wide web on the Sheppard TV channel on UStream, with interviews from the graduates themselves, as well as a
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Staff Sgt. Kyle Langston, stationed at the 176th Maintenance Squadron at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, works on a training problem during the TF-34 aerospace propulsion apprentice course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas Jan. 14, 2013.  Langston was named the ACE award winner and top graduate of his class during a graduation ceremony Jan. 15. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) TF-34 aerospace propulsion apprentice earns ACE & top grad award
Staff Sgt. Lyle Langston received both the ACE Award and top graduate honors during a ceremony Jan. 15 after completing the 361st Training Squadron's TF-34 aerospace propulsion engine apprentice course. The ACE award is the highest academic honor a student can receive and is earned for exceptional performance by maintaining a perfect 100% average
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Airman Brandon Janshen, Airman Dylan Guevara and Senior Airman Wyatt Paschal, 361 Training Squadron, practice the removal of a heat shield from an engine of a F-15 aircraft Aug. 03, 2012 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.  Aerospace propulsion training is broken down into four apprentice courses.  (US Air Force Photo by Frank Carter) Putting power in the aircraft at the 361st TRS
Training the Airmen who put the power in aircraft is the task of the instructors at the 361st Training Squadron's Aerospace Propulsion apprentice courses.With four apprentice courses designed around turboprop and turbofan engine models, Airmen learn the basics about getting aircraft powered up to take to the skies and execute the Air Force
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Airman Travis Tidwell, 361st Training Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment apprentice course student at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, earned the ACE award for graduating Oct. 31, 2012, with a 100 percent academic average.  The ACE award is the highest academic honor a student can receive during technical training. (U.S. Air Force photo/Joshua Felton) Aircrew Flight Equipment graduate is ACE award winner
Airman Travis Tidwell received the ACE award Oct. 31st during a graduation ceremony for the 361st Training Squadron's Aircrew Flight Equipment apprentice course.The ACE award is the highest academic honor a student can receive and is earned for exceptional performance by maintaining a perfect 100% average through the entire course.During the
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Airmen-in-Training at the 361st Training Squadron's propulsion
apprentice course demonstrate wiring repair techniques to a civic leader
Oct. 31, 2012 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.  The civic leaders received
a tour of the base, getting first-hand looks at both the 82nd Training Wing
and 80th Flying Training Wing missions. (U.S. Air Force photo/Felton Joshua)

Assistant VCSAF, CMSAF tour Sheppard with civic leaders
Lt. Gen. Frank Gorenc, Assistant Vice-Chief of Staff of the Air Force and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy visited here Oct. 31, hosting 19 civic leaders from around the country in an effort to educate the community leaders about the world-class technical training offered by this Air Education and Training Command base.Air Force Chief
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Master Sgt. Larry Freligh (right), participates in a training problem Aug. 29, 2012, during the 361st Training Squadron's fuel systems apprentice course.  Freligh graduated Aug. 30th, 2012, with the ACE award after earning a 100 percent average for the course. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) Senior NCO goes back to school and earns ACE award
Master Sgt. Larry Freligh received the ACE award Aug. 30th during a graduation ceremony for the 361st Training Squadron's aircraft fuel systems apprentice course.The ACE award is the highest academic honor a student can receive and is earned for exceptional performance by maintaining a perfect 100% average through the entire course.The aircraft
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