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  • Red line marks new restricted area at transient aircraft ramps

    Red lines around the perimeters of the transient aircraft ramp at the Air Operations Complex and the old base operations facility at Bldg. 1360 indicate a restricted area when priority level aircraft such as F-22s, F-35s, F-15s, F-16s and others are parked on the ramps.
  • Zeigler aces 36-day aircraft fuels systems course

    Airman 1st Class Taitem Zeigler of Natoma, Kansas, earned an ACE award July 25, 2018, after he scored 100s on the final test of the 36-day aircraft fuels systems course at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
  • Winfrey's path to professionalism

    SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – Staff Sgt. Gregory Winfrey, a practitioner of Jeet Kune Do, former Marine Corps machine gunner, contracting officer for the 82nd Contracting Squadron and an aspiring NCO who thinks perfection is a worthless goal. This is his path professionalism.
  • AF selects nearly 290 Sheppard Airmen for promotion to technical sergeant

    More than 280 staff sergeants assigned to Sheppard AFB were selected by the Air Force for promotion to technical sergeant.
  • Operation helps Airmen, others begin career on right foot

    Airmen are issued steel-toed work boots during basic training, but what once felt like a good fit might begin to cause some aches and pains along the way. A group of men in the 82nd Training Group operations office are tasked with making sure Airmen have the right fit when it comes to boots by the time they leave Sheppard AFB.
  • 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
  • Sheppard in Photos

    SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – This week's Sheppard in Photos highlights students in courses such as hydraulics, aircraft metals, armament and munitions, and virtual reality.
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