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  • Sheppard leads way in annual Fourth of July parade

    About 100 Airmen from Sheppard AFB led the procession during the 34th Annual Kell House Museum Fourth of July and Most Patriotic Parade in downtown Wichita Falls, Texas, July 4, 2018.
  • Cook achieves perfection in E&E course

    Burrillville, Rhode Island-native Airman 1st Class Taylor Cook scored a perfect 100 on each of his 11 block tests in the electrical and environmental systems apprentice course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, to earn an ACE award.
  • ATSO training reinforces use of protective gear

    Forty Airmen at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, successfully completed Ability to Survive and Operate training June 27, 2018, to test their ability to done protective equipment and function in a deployed environment.
  • Colorado native aces hydraulics course

    SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – Senior Airman Brian Gurule, a native of Pueblo, Colorado, earned the distinction of being an ACE student here when he scored perfect 100s on each exam in the aircraft hydraulics apprentice course.Gurule and other Airmen in the 49-day course were instructed on the basics of aircraft hydraulics, how to troubleshoot
  • Herwig-Mendoza earns PACE Leadership award with round-table format

    Audrey Herwig-Mendoza, an 82nd Training Wing Training Operations Faculty Development instructor and 2017 Profession of Arms Center of Excellence Leadership Impact Award recipient, started a program at Sheppard AFB that took on the form of a Socratic discussion in which participants joined in open-ended dialogue that required the members to listen to others, think critically and form their own thoughts on a subject.
  • 365th TRS students ACE same course

    Airman 1st Class Justin Walker and Airman Cameron Guzewicz in the 365th Training Squadron's instrument and flight control systems course scored perfect 100s on all of their tests to earn ACE awards June 21, 2018, for their accomplishments.
  • Pride Month Spotlight: Staff Sgt. Alyxandra Anguiano

    Staff Sgt. Alyxandra Anguiano, aircraft armament instructor, is a member of the LGBT community who proudly serves as an enlisted member of the Air Force and is part of Sheppard Air Force Base's recognition of Pride Month.
  • Nyquist aces aircraft fuel systems course

    Coeur d'Alene, Idaho-native Airman 1st Class Chad Nyquist, a 361st Training Squadron aircraft fuels systems apprentice course student, earned an ACE award June 21, 2018, after he made a 100 on the final test of the course.
  • Fostering unity leads to PACE award for Turner

    Lt. Col. Jason Turner, 80th OSS commander, said leadership at the flight level was outstanding and very much engaged with getting the mission accomplished when he arrived here in 2016. But as with any machine, a little fine tuning has to take place to make sure it runs smoothly. The changes made under Turners leadership led the roughly 19-year Air Force veteran to be named a recipient of the 2017 Profession at Arms Center of Excellence and Air University Leadership Institute Leadership Impact Award.
  • Incremental changes lead to PACE award for Cok

    Lt. Col. Mitchell Cok, 88th Fighter Training Squadron commander, used that approach to influence an adjustment within the squadron that places an emphasis on developing its people, which led to the 18-year Air Force veteran to be selected as a 2017 PACE Leadership Impact Award recipient.

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