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  • Airman's 20-year path to service epitome of resilience

    Senior Airman Michael McCullough is an example of a dogged mentality and desire to don the Air Force blue and serve his country. His 20-year journey to serve is the epitome of the type of resiliency the Air Force encourages.

  • Winter weather pauses technical, pilot training

    Training was suspended on Feb. 2, 2022, when the system hit the region with plummeting temperatures and freezing precipitation. The amount of ice and snow that accumulated over the next couple days resulted in the commander, Brig. Gen. Lyle K. Drew, to close the installation Feb. 3-4, with the

  • 362nd TRS's T3 initiative proving to be virtual success in the classroom

    The 362nd Training Squadron at Sheppard Air Force Base, home to all of the service’s crew chief technical training, is leveraging today’s technology to provide a near-real experience in a virtual world as Airmen learn their trade. Technical Training Transformation, or T3, introduces a learning

  • Passion drives 363rd TRS instructor to create ready, agile Airmen

    Tech. Sgt. Alyxandra Anguiano, F-22 and F-35 weapons course instructor supervisor, has been the embodiment of the mantra and mission of the 82nd Training Wing since arriving in December 2017, the time she began developing agile and modern weapons troops ready to perform anywhere, anytime.

  • New 2nd AF commander ready to train, develop, lead Airmen of tomorrow

    The 2nd Air Force’s newest commander, Maj. Gen. Michele C. Edmondson, completed her first official visit to the largest technical training wing in the Air Force, Aug. 25, 2021, giving her an opportunity to witness real-time training and observe the newest technology used to train today’s Airmen for

  • Drew takes command of 82nd TRW, set to develop Airmen AF needs

    Brig. Gen. Lyle K. Drew took command of 82nd Training Wing, the largest and most diverse of the four technical wings in Air Education and Training Command and Air Force, during a change of command ceremony here. Maj. Gen. Andrea D. Tullos, 2nd Air Force commander, officiated the ceremony.

  • Process underway to modernize power production CDCs

    The Air Force stays ahead by always seeking to improve, upgrade or innovate the way we do things. Stagnation is the killer of excellence and members from the 366th Training Squadron’s electrical power production apprentice course are working on a new innovation to modernize training.