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  • 363rd TRS aids in fight against COVID-19

    With most cities across the country issuing stay-at-home orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people can only sit at home and wait it out. But others take matters into their own hands to try and make a difference.
  • Sheppard grads make face covers to combat COVID-19

    Aircrew flight equipment and other aircraft maintenance career field graduates have put their sewing skills to work to create thousands of cloth face covers out of garments like old Battle Dress Uniforms and Airman Battle Uniforms to recently discarded Operational Camouflage Pattern uniforms. The race to provide another precautionary measure to the combat toolkit against COVID-19 began in earnest April 6, 2020, at the 361st Training Squadron schoolhouse.
  • Stocked & Loaded: Airmen-in-Training aid Commissary

    On April 2, 2020, 362nd Training Squadron Airmen in Training were sent to Sheppard AFB’s commissary, which was deemed mission essential, to help restock shelves.
  • BMT Airmen transported by airlift to Sheppard, other training bases

    COVID-19 can’t stop the military. It can try, but national security is 24/7 and basic military training, along with technical training at Sheppard AFB and other training installations, continues on its mission to provide trained Airmen to protect and defend the country.
  • Additional base access restriction measures begin March 28

    As Sheppard AFB continues to fight an invisible enemy, a new set of base access restriction measures will begin effective March 28, 2020.
  • Fitness centers adjust to COVID-19

    SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the fitness centers at Sheppard Air Force Base are suspending service to everyone other than active duty personnel and guard and reserves on active duty orders.
  • Officials confirm Sheppard's first positive COVID-19 case

    Public Health officials here notified Sheppard AFB leadership of the installation’s first confirmed case of Coronavirus, or COVID-19. The first case is travel related and involves a member of the 80th Flying Training Wing, home to the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program.
  • Bell: We will work to flatten the COVID-19 curve, take care of each other

    Team Sheppard, we are entering new era as we work to manage and mitigate this national emergency, as declared by the president.  We will now diligently work to “flatten the curve” of coronavirus, or COVID-19, activity in our community.
  • Census info to hit base housing, area mailboxes March 12-20

    Area residents will receive notifications from the Census Bureau March 12-20 with a unique ID code and instructions on how to complete the census by phone, mail or online on Census Day, April 1, 2020. Information collected is based on where you are physically living at the time of the census, not the state or city you claim as your permanent residence.
  • Hurry: Producing highly qualified, skilled Airmen key to AF logistics mission

    Brig. Gen. Linda Hurry, Director of Logistics for the Air Force, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection at the Pentagon responsible for organizing, training and equipping the Air Force’s logisticians who maintain and support missions, said during a visit to Sheppard AFB March 5, 2020, that the Air Force needs Airmen to be more agile, able to think on their feet and perform different types of tasks for the situation or environment they’re in.

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