The Sheppard Air Force Base Officer’s Spouses' Club is an organization of active duty officers as well as Guard, Reserve, NATO, retirees, civil servants and Air Force equivalents. The SOSC is an organization that “operates to promote social, recreational and other similar nonprofit activities for its members.” The SOSC also provides scholarships for dependent children and spouses, and donates funds to local charities. Hangar Holiday and the Sheppard Thrift Shop are the SOSC’s primary means of fundraising. Visit the SOSC website for more information and to learn how to get involved.
The Sheppard Air Force Base Enlisted Spouses’ Club is an organization of active duty enlisted members as well as Guard, Reserve, and retirees of all branches of the military. The SESC provides scholarships for dependent children and spouses, and donates funds to local charities. The Sheppard Thrift Shop is the organizations primary means of fundraising to support Sheppard and local initiatives. Visit the SESC website for more information and to learn how to get involved.
Sheppard Cares is a single-source site of agencies on Sheppard Air Force Base that support Airmen and their families. Agencies include Airman & Family Readiness Center; ADAPT Clinic Services; Chapel; Equal Opportunity; Family Advocacy; Health Promotion Services; Legal; Mental Health; Sexual Assault Prevention and Response; Special Victims’ Counsel; Voting Assistance; and Youth Programs. Click here for more information on each assisting agency.
Thousands of military service members from all branches of service have chosen the North Texas area as their place of retirement, and Sheppard Air Force Base is likely the location at which they receive most, if not all, of their retiree benefits. The Sheppard Retiree Activities Office serves as a liaison between the retiree community, their surviving spouses and Sheppard. The Retiree Update is a source of information that touches on topics including healthcare, retiree pay, VA benefits and more.