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  • Sheppard NCOA mission doesn't falter amid global pandemic

    The Sheppard AFB NCO Academy launched its first virtual class June 15, 2020, in the face of COVID-19, and the format, although new, is flourishing.
  • Metals tech training the foundation for NCO's innovative success

    Tech. Sgt. Ryan McBride, the noncommissioned officer in charge of the 19th Maintenance Squadron’s metals technology shop at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas, was on the right side of a success story when his idea to have a C-130J Super Hercules hydraulic pump bracket fabricated using 3D printing technology was realized. While the creation of the part did not happen in a traditional metals technology fashion, it still took a foundational knowledge to be able to envision the product from beginning to end.
  • Bioenvironmental releases annual water quality report

    A consumer confidence report released by the 82nd Medical Group Bioenvironmental Flight recently shows the water supply serving Sheppard AFB meets or exceeds standards established by the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Haas assumes command of 80th FTW

    Col. Robert F. Haas Jr. assumed command of the 80th Flying Training Wing on June 19, 2020 during a change of command ceremony.
  • OSS controller earns prestigious aviation safety award

    A quick decision by David Bowles, an 80th Operations Support Squadron Radar Approach Control civilian, prevented a potential mid-air collision of two Air Force aircraft on Aug. 1, 2019, becoming the first controller in Sheppard AFB history to earn the Lt. Gen. Gordon A. Blake Aircraft Assist Award for aviation safety.
  • Barhams become newest ENJJPT Hall of Fame inductees

    Glenn and Mary Lynne Barham was inducted into the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program Hall of Fame here June 15, 2020, adding to the list of area residents who have gone above and beyond to support the multi-national program.
  • AFE last ones to let aircrews down

    When it comes to the safety and survival of the Air Force’s flying community, aircrew flight equipment Airmen are the first in line to ensure they are the last ones to let aircrews down.
  • Massachusetts native ACEs E&E course

    An Airman from the 364th Training Squadron said he loves a challenge, so he went and challenged himself to perfect one of the challenging courses we have here on Sheppard. Spoiler alert – he won
  • Sheppard NCOA leverages agile resources in fight against COVID-19

    In the fight against the invisible enemy of COVID-19, the ability to adjust and rapidly flex forces has been seen in many organization here at Sheppard AFB, including the Sheppard NCO Academy.
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