HomeNewsArticle Display

Sheppard in Photos

Sheppard

Airmen John Brierly and Ethan Lundsted, 361st Training Squadron turboprops apprentice course students, remove and install starter control valves at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 8, 2018. The valves determine the speed and amount of air given to the engine. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)

Sheppard

Airman Cameron Caldwell, 362nd Training Squadron KC-135 crew chief apprentice course student, waits to cut power and turn off the power generator at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 9, 2018. The class of crew chiefs were learning how to perform light checks, a procedure in which two airmen man the power generator, two airmen work with the light switches to turn the power on and two airmen perform an outside sweep of the aircraft to ensure power is running in all the places it is necessary. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)

Sheppard

Airmen James Roth and Marco Moreno, 361st Training Squadron aerospace propulsion F-100 course students, install lock wire to secure bolts on a standard generator at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 8, 2018. Roth, a Virginia native, said learning to work on different engines is especially interesting to him because of his background in working with cars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)

Sheppard

Airman 1st Class Erika Antanovich, 365th Training Squadron heavy avionics flight course student, analyzes a wiring diagram to discover the fault in the trainer at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 9, 2018. Antanovich, a Michigan native, said the course is rigorous but rewarding and she is looking forward to the next step in her Air Force career at Kadena Air Base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)

Sheppard

Airman Jayden Sartain, 361st Training Squadron aerospace propulsion F-100 course student, works on safety wiring in an oil pressure transmitter at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 8, 2018. Sartain is scheduled to graduate the 64-academic-day course September 28th and looks forward to continuing his career at Royal Air Force Lakenheath. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)

Sheppard

Airman Allision Svien, 365th Training Squadron heavy avionics flight course student, performs fault isolation on an instrument landing system at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 9, 2018. It is extremely important for Airmen to be able to trouble shoot an ILS as it is the system which enables pilots to conduct a landing approach if they are unable to establish visual contact with the runway. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)

Sheppard

Airmen Aniel Rios and Mason Urland, 365th Training Squadron heavy avionics flight course students, perform fault isolation on an instrument landing system at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 9, 2018. It is extremely important for Airmen to be able to trouble shoot an ILS as it is the system which enables pilots to conduct a landing approach if they are unable to establish visual contact with the runway. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)

Sheppard

Staff Sgt. Tyler Ramsey and Airman Taylor Neigh, 363rd Training Squadron B-1 armament apprentice course instructor and student, stand side-by-side and assist their team in installing a SELBM into a weapons bay by communicating through their headsets at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 8, 2018. Ramsey said it is amazing to watch the transformation Airmen go through from the time they arrive at Sheppard from basic training with no knowledge of armament at all, to graduating 77 academic days later with a strong grasp of the basics of equipment, munitions and weapons. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)

Sheppard

Airman Taylor Neigh, 363rd Training Squadron B-1 armament apprentice course student, installs a SELBM into a weapons bay, which allows the loading of 500-pound bombs, at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 8, 2018. To complete this rigorous task, instructors assign teams of four Airmen to fulfill roles such as team chief, movement controller and safety watches. Throughout the course, every Airman will learn how to properly fulfill every role of the team so that they are mission ready. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)

Sheppard
PHOTO DETAILS  /   DOWNLOAD HI-RES 10 of 10

Airmen Taylor Neigh and Connor Murdock, 363rd Training Squadron B-1 armament apprentice course students, are observed by their instructor, Staff Sgt. Tyler Ramsey, as they install a SELBM into a weapons bay, which allows the loading of 500-pound bombs, at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, August 8, 2018. To complete this rigorous task, instructors assign teams of four Airmen to fulfill roles such as team chief, movement controller and safety watches. Throughout the course, every Airman will learn how to properly fulfill every role of the team so that they are mission ready. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Madeleine E. Remillard)