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  • Wing recognizes award nominees at Medallion Ceremony

    Nominees for 82nd Training Wing Annual and Technical Training Awards for 2020 were recognized at the base theater Feb. 25, 2021, during a Medallion Ceremony.
  • Meals On Wheels deliver food to those stranded by Snowstorm

    Last week was a hardship on all of Wichita Falls, but through the darkness, human kindness and comradery shined through and brought help to those in need during this unprecedented time.
  • Base legal, AF Claims Service Center ready to assist following wintry blast

    The impact on Team Sheppard due to Winter Storm Viola has been significant.  As with past natural disasters, the Air Force Claims Service Center (CSC) and the Judge Advocate General’s Corps stand ready to assist.
  • Sheppard shovels out from under historic snowstorm

    After a crippling winter weather that halted technical and pilot training at Sheppard AFB for a week is becoming an afterthought of sorts as snow and ice disappears from the North Texas landscape and the installation prepares to get training under way again.
  • 82nd LRS Airman named AETC's Outstanding Logistics Readiness Airman of the Year 2020

    Senior Airman Michael Lovest Bell III was awarded the Air Education and Training Command's Outstanding Logistics Readiness Airman of the Year award for 2020. Bell works right here at the 82nd LRS as a Traffic Management Operations and Cargo specialist, they work mostly behind the scenes, but their work is both diverse and important for the mission here at Sheppard
  • Sheppard personnel receive first round of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

    Sheppard AFB received its first shipment of the Pfizer vaccine on Jan. 20 and soon began administering the serum in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Department of Defense guidelines. The DoD prevents disclosing the number of vaccines received or those administered to beneficiaries.
  • New District 13 congressman visits Sheppard

    Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Amarillo) made his first visit to Sheppard AFB Jan. 27, 2021, home to the only Air Force installation that conducts both technical and pilot training.
  • Eyes on the skies result in recognition for controller, flight safety

    An air traffic controller and the Flight Safety Office at Sheppard were recently recognized among the best at what they do by Air Education and Training Command.
  • Introducing Sheppard's Privatized Housing Resident Advocates

    Recognizing a need to provide an intermediary to address past problems with privatized military housing and in an effort to continuously improve upon the care for active duty military, the FY2020 National Defense Authorization Act introduced Privatized Housing Resident Advocates.
  • Student assignment process focus of Sheppard's first Art of the Possible event

    An initiative that encourages innovation and creativity that challenges the status quo is underway here to take a soups-to-nuts look at the technical training process and, over time, improve its various phases employing a constraints-based management system used by Air Force Sustainment Centers. A multifunctional team at Sheppard AFB has employed Art of the Possible concepts to standardize and streamline the student assignment process.

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