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  • Better late than never: 982nd MXS closes loop on 30-year acquisition process

    The 982nd Maintenance Squadron here at Sheppard AFB was finally able to close an acquisition process which originally began in April 1991 with a request for the HH-60. The aircraft will be used as a ground instructional training aircraft for Airmen in Training learning how to maintain armament and

  • Sheppard honors Dibble, Gruenes during Chief Recognition Ceremony

    Chief Master Sgt. William P. Dibble, 373rd Training Squadron superintendent, and Chief Master Sgt. William R. Gruenes, 782nd Training Group superintendent of military training, were honored during a Chief Recognition Ceremony June 11, 2021, for attaining the highest enlisted rank in the Air Force.

  • Commanders hand down non-judicial punishment to Airmen

    Two Sheppard Airmen received non-judicial punishment in May for violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Article 15 of the UCMJ provides an essential and prompt means of maintaining good order and discipline for their units. It is intended to promote positive behavior changes in service

  • From the stands to the sky

    Maj. Joseph Songer led a team of eight pilots from the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program based out of Sheppard Air Force Base as they had the distinct honor of performing the flyover at the Coca-Cola 600 this year.

  • Operation Agile Dragon takes flight from Sheppard

    Recently, a team of new and experienced A-10 pilots from the 357th Fighter Squadron and aircraft maintainers from the 355th Maintenance Group, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona, conducted an exercise here with a mission to familiarize the pilots with off-site flying locations.

  • 80th OSS tops in AETC

    The 80th Operations Support Squadron has proven to stand out among the rest as they received recognition by Air Education and Training Command as the top OSS for 2020 in operations and training support.