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  • U.S. takes inaugural Sheppard World Cup in penalty kicks

    In the spirit of friendship and camaraderie, the International Military Student Office hosted the inaugural Sheppard World Cup Soccer Challenge on Nov. 10, 2021.
  • AF releases alternate fitness score charts

    Airmen will have the choice to perform various options to meet the strength and cardiovascular requirements.
  • Victory Over Adversity: NCOA Commandant Rises to the Occasion

    Chief Master Sgt. Julia Bruner, the first female commandant of the Sheppard NCO Academy, is using her victories over adversity to focus on taking care of, developing and encouraging Airmen.
  • ENJJPT: A synthesis of skills, organization, diversity (Commentary)

    The 80th Flying Training Wing's Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program has characteristics similar to those of a company with a complex nature, which in order to produce a high-value asset, needs to integrate as much as possible the combination of three types of capital: Human, organizational and relational.
  • Jackson, Cornyn, Cruz introduce resolutions to commemorate Sheppard

    Thirteenth Congressional District Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Texas) and Texas Sens. John Cornyn and Ted Cruz submitted the documents in their respective chambers – House Resolution 728 and Senate Resolution 424 – on Oct. 20, 2021. The resolutions recognize the dedication of the installation on Oct. 17, 1941, as well as the creation of the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program on Oct. 23, 1981.
  • Passion drives 363rd TRS instructor to create ready, agile Airmen

    Tech. Sgt. Alyxandra Anguiano, F-22 and F-35 weapons course instructor supervisor, has been the embodiment of the mantra and mission of the 82nd Training Wing since arriving in December 2017, the time she began developing agile and modern weapons troops ready to perform anywhere, anytime.
  • AETC command chief: Focus is preparing Airmen for tomorrow's fight

    The top enlisted leader of Air Education and Training command, Chief Master Sgt. Erik Thompson, got an up-close look at the Air Force’s largest technical training wing Oct. 6-7 during an immersion tour.
  • Better late than never: 982nd MXS closes loop on 30-year acquisition process

    The 982nd Maintenance Squadron here at Sheppard AFB was finally able to close an acquisition process which originally began in April 1991 with a request for the HH-60. The aircraft will be used as a ground instructional training aircraft for Airmen in Training learning how to maintain armament and munitions, with the possibility of other career fields also able to utilize other aspects of the aircraft.
  • Sights set on future following ENJJPT Steering Committee meetings

    Representatives from partner nations wrapped up the 82nd meeting of the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program Steering Committee here Sept. 17, 2021, with eyes to the future of the multi-nationally manned and operated organization.
  • MDG shines during Ready Eagle exercise

    The 82nd Medical Group wrapped up a week-long training program to hone their medical readiness skills Sept. 17, 2021, with a mass casualty exercise.

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