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  • Unite Program Provides Unit Cohesion Funds

    The Unite Program provides funding for recreational events that squadrons use to plan team-building and morale-boosting opportunities to meet the unique needs of their members.

  • CMSAF challenges Airmen to ‘make a difference’

    Bass took the opportunity to address Sheppard’s unique audience – Airmen in training. She urged them to stay focused and maintain their readiness, and reiterated the need for continued investment in training and technology.

  • EOD Preliminary Course Challenges Students Physically and Mentally

    Master Sgt. Kyle Chandler and his staff of trainers and coaches will spend the next few weeks pushing the students to their physical, mental, and emotional limits before they move on to the Naval School Explosive Ordnance Disposal course at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.

  • B1-B Lancer visits Sheppard AFB

    Most Airmen in training get to see and work on their assigned aircraft before getting to the operational side of the Air Force, but that isn’t the case for B1-B crew chiefs.

  • AFLOS incorporates Kingfish ACE into course material

    The Air Force Logistics Officer School has incorporated a board game called Kingfish Agile Combat Employment into the course that allows students to critically think through challenges associated with the Indo-Pacific Command.

  • Impacting the youth through Air Force opportunities

    A friendship that started in Pine Bluff, Ark., has evolved into two Airmen impacting Sheppard youth through volunteering as football and basketball coaches here. Senior Airman Jabin Gulley, assigned to the 82d Medical Group, and Airman 1st Class Calvin Collins, 82d Communications Squadron, have been