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  • Undergraduate Pilot Training; there’s an app for that

    The 80th Flying Training Wing entered this year’s Air Education and Training Command Innovation Challenge after successfully creating an app to make more than 1,500 pages of necessary documents available to its pilots via handheld device.
  • 4 General Officers, 1 AMOC class

    For the 25 lieutenants and captains who made up a 1992 Aircraft Maintenance Officer Course class, earning the rank of general officer wasn’t the first thing on their minds. For most, it wasn’t on their mind at all. Twenty-six years later, four of the 25 officers now don stars on their collars. That’s right, 16 percent of a single AMOC class serve today as GOs.
  • AETC, Sheppard collaborate on Continuum of Learning

    Headquarters Air Education and Training Command Force Development expert Masoud Rasti visited Sheppard Air Force Base April 17, 2018, to help leaders understand implementation of the Air Force’s newest training paradigm, the Continuum of Learning. The CoL was introduced in March 2017 and changes have already been made throughout AETC, including at Sheppard AFB.
  • Commentary: Unsung heroes of freeze ‘18

    An ice storm February 21-22, 2018, swept through some of the country’s most southern states and kept all but essential personnel from reporting for duty at Sheppard AFB.
  • Top 3 hosts surprise fuel giveaway

    'Tis the season for giving and Sheppard’s Top 3 is leading the way by doing just that. Senior NCOs met at the Army and Air Force Exchange gas station on base Nov. 22 to cover the cost of fuel for Airmen filling up before the holiday.
  • Sheppard hosts logistics strategy summit

    F-35 Lightning II maintenance training and finding innovative was to educate future Airmen were among the topics discussed at the Air Force Logistics Strategy Summit. The annual logistics strategy summit was held at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, October 11-13, 2017.
  • Film to flying: Former producer finds new success in the sky

    Then Secretary of the Air Force, Deborah James, announced in 2016 that the Air Force could be short roughly 1,000 pilots over the next few years. When the buzz circulated to former film producer, now 2nd Lt. Aaron Doyle, he knew it was his time to serve.

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