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  • Spokane native aces hydraulics course

    Senior Airman Robert Matthews, a member of the 141st Maintenance Squadron in the Washington Air National Guard in Spokane, Washington, aced the 49-day aircraft hydraulics apprentice course at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
  • Krieger fluid in acing aircraft hydraulic systems course

    Tech. Sgt. William H. Krieger, a native of Shamokin, Pennsylvania, and a member of the 193rd Special Operations Maintenance Squadron of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard, aced the 364th Training Squadron's 49-day aircraft hydraulic systems course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Revamped course takes learning hydraulics to new level

    Instructors in the 364th Training Squadron’s aircraft hydraulics systems course came to that conclusion about four years ago when they realized that they were teaching Airmen in Training the same materials and using the same training systems they had learned on years ago, which has led to a revamped curriculum and new training tools.
  • Instructor of the Week: SSgt. Cunningham

    Staff Sgt. Chad Cunningham, 364th Training Squadron aircraft hydraulic systems instructor and native of Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee, has been in the Air Force for nearly eight and a half years and is the Instructor of the Week at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, for the week of July 25 – Aug. 1, 2017.
  • POL Pride

    Through extensive dress and appearance checks, a challenging workload, mentorship and positive recognition, instructors at the 364th TRS POL schoolhouse consistently enforce the standard for the next generation of Airmen.

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