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  • Sheppard NCO chosen for national level position

    Staff Sgt. Megan Sullivan, 82nd Training Wing Command Post NCO in charge of training, has been selected to serve aboard the U.S. Strategic Command’s Airborne Command Post, a flying conglomerate of specialists who can continue to command, control and communicate should the need arise.
  • Sheppard in photos

    The training and inspiring never stops at Sheppard. Check out this week's happenings in photos.
  • Revamped course takes learning hydraulics to new level

    Instructors in the 364th Training Squadron’s aircraft hydraulics systems course came to that conclusion about four years ago when they realized that they were teaching Airmen in Training the same materials and using the same training systems they had learned on years ago, which has led to a revamped curriculum and new training tools.
  • Man with ties to 82nd TRW lineage to be laid to rest

    First Lieutenant Homer A. Spence, a P-38 Lightning pilot in the 82nd Fighter Group's 96th Fighter Squadron, had been missing since his plane went down in northern Italy in 1944, but his remains have been found and verified. He'll be laid to rest Nov. 18, 2017.
  • Famed actor, Marine visits Sheppard Detachment

    American actor and Marine Corps veteran Wilford Brimley visited Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, on Nov. 9, to help celebrate the 242nd Marine Corps birthday at the Mesquite dining facility. Brimley participated in a cake cutting ceremony, where the oldest and youngest Marine in the detachment were served cake first. Brimley was presented a gift by
  • 82nd CS wins AETC Information Dominance award

    The 82nd Communication Squadron was awarded the 2017 Air Education and Training Command Information Dominance small unit award and will not compete at the Air Force level.
  • Sheppard in Photos

    The training and inspiring never stops at Sheppard. Check out this week's happenings in photos.
  • Veterans Day Parade

    Military Training Leaders lead the Veterans Day Parade at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, Nov. 9.
  • Chief first enlisted to attend AAMOC

    Chief Master Sgt. Rob Schultz, 62nd Maintenance Group superintendent at McChord Air Force Base, Wash., is the first Air Force enlisted Airman to attend the Accelerated Aircraft Maintenance Officers Course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.
  • 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.
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