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  • 82nd Training Wing officer receives Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez award

    Capt. Nicholas Schwab, 362nd Training Squadron Director of Operations, was recognized with the prestigious Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award. The Air Force-level award recognizes maintainers who have demonstrated the highest level of job performance, knowledge and mission generation.

  • Right place, right time: Sheppard Airman helps save life

    Airman 1st Class Israel Wallace, an Airman in Training assigned to the 361st Training Squadron, was coined by 82d Training Wing Command Chief Rey Schultz for administering life-saving actions to assist a woman when she began seizing during the Guardians of Freedom Air Show April 27, 2024, here.

  • Shulman assumes command of 80th Flying Training Wing

    Col. Jeffrey D. Shulman assumed command of the 80th Flying Training Wing May 22, 2024, in a ceremony here. Shulman joins the 80th FTW from the 8th Fighter Wing at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea where he served as the Deputy Commander. The 80th FTW is home of the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot

  • Airman Accelerators become agents of change

    The Airman Accelerator Program challenges 82nd Training Wing students to identify issues that negatively impact training, procedures, or quality of life and then propose a solution. The 82nd Training Wing started the AAP in May 2023. Since then, 25 Airmen in Training have been certified as Airmen

  • MPCECA may help offset hail damage repair costs

    According to the local National Weather Service, hailstorms are a common occurrence and are more likely to occur during the months of March through early June than any other time of year. However, when such a storm occurs it can cause substantial damage. The MPCECA was enacted by Congress to lessen

  • Mission Generation Demonstration showcases mission-ready skills

    The 363rd Training Squadron hosted a Mission Generation Demonstration April 16, 2024, here. Instructors from the ammunition schoolhouse collaborated with instructors from other schoolhouses to showcase how crew chiefs, petroleum, fuel, ammunition and weapons work together to get an aircraft mission

  • 82d MDG Laboratory receives "excellent" rating after inspection

    The 82nd Medical Group Laboratory recently earned an “excellent” rating for the third consecutive inspection with zero deficiencies reported. The College of American Pathologists conduct the inspection to evaluate laboratory practices. This inspection carried added significance as it coincided with

  • Political activity Dos and Don’ts for Airmen, Guardians, DoD employees

    In our democracy, elections are quite common, and with a presidential election this year, we can expect many opportunities for citizens to participate in the democratic process. With this in mind, it is important to be aware of specific guidelines that apply to service members and federal employees

  • Air show enthusiast becomes ramp coordinator

    Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Meyers, 362nd Training Squadron Instructor Supervisor, is an air show aficionado who attends more than a dozen of the events every year, traveling from Florida to Oregon and Texas to Nebraska to witness and photograph the acts and displays. The Guardians of Freedom Air Show tapped