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NA Sheppard K-9s working
Military Working Dogs are trained to detect narcotics and explosive material to maintain good order and discipline and to ensure the safety of Sheppard AFB populace.
0 11/07
2017
NA 'Maintenance Man' unveiled
A 6-foot tall, bronze statue, known to Airmen as the 'Maintenance Man', was unveiled on Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, Oct. 13, 2017, near the Main Gate.
0 10/13
2017
386th Air Expeditionary Wing sexual assault response coordinator 1st Lt. Chandrika Brewton poses for a photo in her office Tuesday August 8, 2017, in an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Rashard Coaxum) 386 AEW SARC stands in the gap, helps airmen overcome
A recurring theme across the Air Force has consistently been “taking care of Airmen”. From your unit first sergeant, to your base mental health team, Airmen can take comfort in knowing that there is a team of trained and dedicated professionals looking after their well-being.  In addition, they can rely on their sexual assault response
0 8/08
2017
Airman 1st Class Ndirangu Njambi and Airman Weston Milan, 364th Training Squadron hydraulic systems apprentice students, operate a portable hydraulic test stand provider at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. This provides external hydraulic power to the aircraft, allowing hydraulic systems to operate without running the engines. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Robert L. McIlrath) Sheppard in Photos
The training and inspiring never stops at Sheppard Air Force Base. Check out this week's happenings through photos.
0 6/12
2017
Sheppard Air Force Base will open it's gates to the community July 4, 2017, for live music, fireworks and fun at the Freedom Fest celebration. This year's musical guests are Roxy Roca, Erick Willis and Def Leggend, a renown Def Leppard tribtue band. (U.S. Air Force graphic by 82nd Force Support Squadron) Sheppard Freedom Fest '17
Sheppard Air Force Base will open it's gates to the community July 4, 2017, for the Freedom Fest celebration. This year’s musical guests include Roxy Roca, Erick Willis and renowned Def Leppard tribute band, Def Leggend.
0 5/31
2017
More than 250 female Airmen fill the Community Activity Center for the first ever 82nd Training Wing Female Airmen Forum, May 16, 2017. Five NCO’s and the base’s director of Military Equal Opportunity led an open discussion about being a female in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Jacqueline Jastrzebski) 82nd TRW Holds Female Airmen Forum
More than 250 female Airmen filed into the Community Activity Center for the first ever 82nd Training Wing Female Airmen Forum. Five NCO’s and the base’s director of Military Equal Opportunity stood at the head of the auditorium ready to lead an honest conversation about being a female in a male dominated career.
0 5/22
2017
In fiscal year 2016, Sheppard collected 334.14 tons of cardboard, reselling it at its current price of $195 per ton resulting in not only earning approximately $65,000, but also saving the base nearly $10,400 in landfill costs. Since President Obama signed Executive Order 13693, “Planning for Federal Sustainability in the Next Decade,” March 19, 2015, Sheppard’s direction became specifically focused on efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through areas such as a smaller footprint in landfills. (U.S. Air Force graphic by 2nd Lt. Brittany Curry) GHG has G2G: Sheppard focuses on emission reduction
Since the start of the “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” campaign in the mid-1980s, green movements have continually been a part of the overall global effort to better the planet’s environment. Over 30 years later, that goal hasn’t changed and Sheppard’s recycling program is targeting ways to reduce landfill waste. “Recycling is a Team Sheppard effort—a real way for each of us to truly make a difference,” said Donna Sykes, contracting officer representative over Recycling. “In order to make recycling efficient and effective, we all need to pitch in.”
0 4/20
2017
Former film producer, now 2nd Lt. Aaron Doyle, finds new success as a student pilot in the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, April 10, 2017. Student pilots with diverse backgrounds help our Air Force adapt to any challenge. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Brittany Curry) Film to flying: Former producer finds new success in the sky
Then Secretary of the Air Force, Deborah James, announced in 2016 that the Air Force could be short roughly 1,000 pilots over the next few years. When the buzz circulated to former film producer, now 2nd Lt. Aaron Doyle, he knew it was his time to serve.
0 4/11
2017
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