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Nyquist aces aircraft fuel systems course Nyquist aces aircraft fuel systems course
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho-native Airman 1st Class Chad Nyquist, a 361st Training Squadron aircraft fuels systems apprentice course student, earned an ACE award June 21, 2018, after he made a 100 on the final test of the course.
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Turner receives PACE award Fostering unity leads to PACE award for Turner
Lt. Col. Jason Turner, 80th OSS commander, said leadership at the flight level was outstanding and very much engaged with getting the mission accomplished when he arrived here in 2016. But as with any machine, a little fine tuning has to take place to make sure it runs smoothly. The changes made under Turners leadership led the roughly 19-year Air Force veteran to be named a recipient of the 2017 Profession at Arms Center of Excellence and Air University Leadership Institute Leadership Impact Award.
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Cok PACE Leadership Impact Award Incremental changes lead to PACE award for Cok
Lt. Col. Mitchell Cok, 88th Fighter Training Squadron commander, used that approach to influence an adjustment within the squadron that places an emphasis on developing its people, which led to the 18-year Air Force veteran to be selected as a 2017 PACE Leadership Impact Award recipient.
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Heatstroke infographic Parents, caregivers should ACT before leaving vehicle unattended
The Sheppard Air Force Base Chattler Family Advocacy Program would like bring awareness to the leading cause of non-crash-related fatalities for children 14 and younger – heatstroke. A heatstroke, also known as sun stroke, is a type of severe heat illness that results in a body temperature greater than 104 degrees and confusion. The U.S. had 42 child vehicular heat deaths in 2017, according to the Texas Heatstroke Task Force. Texas ranks No. 1 in hot-car deaths.
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President Barack Obama declared June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month, and the Defense Department is highlighting the importance of leadership as it celebrates the achievements and sacrifices of LGB service members and LGBT civilians. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes)
LGBT Pride part of diversity that strengthens force
Sheppard Air Force Base, led by the 82nd Training Wing Equal Opportunity Office, will recognize members of the LGBT community this month who are making positive contributions to the training mission here, applying their expertise and diversity to “Train, Develop and Inspire Warriors.”
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(U.S. Air Force Graphic) SAPR seeks volunteers to help victims
Volunteers wanting to service as Sexual Assault Prevention and Response victim advocates can attend a nationally accredited training course June 18-22 to provide a valuable resource for sexual assault victims.
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Base Service Center opens New BSC supply store opens on Sheppard
The Base Service Center operated by Ability One opened at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, May 31, 2018, to provide a sourced vendor for items ranging from office supplies, cleaning materials, common-use tools, deployment items and more.
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Retiree Activities Office Relocates Retiree Activities Office opens new facility
The Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, Retiree Activities Office has moved locations and is now in Bldg. 202, the former optical center near the Army-Air Force Exchange Services Base Exchange.
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Air Force releases master sergeant 18E7 promotion cycle statistics AF selects Sheppard E-6s for promotion
About 180 technical sergeants assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base were among the more than 6,100 selected by the Air Force for promotion to master sergeant as part of the 18E7 promotion cycle.
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362nd Training Squadron MQ-9 crew chief course Sheppard in Photos
SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – This week's Sheppard in Photos takes a look at technical training, physical fitness, aircraft maintenance at the 80th Flying Training Wing and more.
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