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Instructor of the Week: TSgt Ward

SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas --

Tech. Sgt. Daniel Ward, 362nd Training Squadron instructor and native of Great Falls, Montana, has been in the Air Force for eight years and is the Instructor of the Week at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, for the week of Oct. 4-10, 2016.

 

Most significant accomplishments:

“I have been assigned as the lead of course development for the C-130 course,” Ward said. “I am responsible for developing lesson plans, student study material, and test material for all future C-130 crew chiefs.”

Airman’s story:

 

“I enjoy leisure activities, particularly billiards,” he said. “In my free time, I like to hunt and fish with friends and family. Family is important to me, so I enjoy any activity where we can all participate, whether it’s a road trip, camping, or just lounging for a movie and popcorn.”

Supervisor comments:

 

“Technical Sergeant Ward is our lead C-130 instructor as well as our subject matter expert,” said Tech. Sgt. Andrew Moulton, Ward’s flight chief. “He leads a four-man team of instructors in course development of the new C-130J course and is responsible for developing, reviewing and analyzing all aspects of the upcoming course that will train nearly 720 C-130 crew chiefs annually. As the night shift lead, he also oversees nine instructors and 72 students and manages and updates the student database.”