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  • AF selects 5 Sheppard Airmen for promotion to E-9

    The Air Force Chief Evaluation Board selected 472 senior master sergeants for promotion to chief master sergeant, including five from Sheppard Air Force Base.
  • CFC 2017 officially kicks off at Sheppard

    After some delays at the federal level, Sheppard Air Force Base active duty and civilians and postal workers can now contribute to the annual Combined Federal Campaign online.
  • Changes to TRICARE begin Jan. 1

    Big changes are coming to TRICARE beginning Jan. 1 to include combing TRICARE Standard and Extra into TRICARE Select, open enrollment periods at the end of the year, electronic referrals and more.
  • Taking their shot: Airmen qualify on M4

    Combat Arms Training and Maintenance teaches safe weapons handling procedures, effective employment, and proper positioning and fundamentals to increase shooter accuracy.
  • Top 3 hosts surprise fuel giveaway

    'Tis the season for giving and Sheppard’s Top 3 is leading the way by doing just that. Senior NCOs met at the Army and Air Force Exchange gas station on base Nov. 22 to cover the cost of fuel for Airmen filling up before the holiday.
  • A first for Sheppard maintenance

    From special operations to firefighting, the C-130J Super Hercules has been in service by the U.S. Air Force for the last 19 years, accumulating more than 1.2 million flying hours around the world.
  • Vaccine best way to prevent flu

    The best way of preventing the flu is by getting a flu shot, but there are other preventive steps that can be taken, too.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Bioenvironmental emergency management practice HAZMAT procedures

    A team of three entered a building on Sheppard Air Force Base the morning of Nov. 3, each wearing gear to protect them from an unknown hazard.Moments before, a person who had called 911 with complaints of dizziness, a headache and an upset stomach was found unresponsive on a floor. The person was removed from the building and taken to a nearby

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