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Reporting Instructions

DOT 1 (first day of training):  Report to the Sheppard NCO Academy, 939 Missile Road, Bldg. 1900. The front doors will open at 6:45 a.m.  All students must report no later than 7:00 a.m. (CST). There is no need to arrive earlier than 6:45 a.m.

For up-to-date reporting information, please refer to our Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/SNCOA/

Noncommissioned Officer Academy

Commandant's Corner Commandant's Corner

Commandant's Corner

Chief Master Sgt. Wendell Snider Jr leads team
Welcome to NCOA Welcome to NCOA

Welcome to NCOA

NCOA welcome packet, inprocessing made easy

NCOA

NCOA Leadership

           

CMSgt. Wendell J. Snider

Commandant        

           

SMSgt. Gregory Cross
Director of Education

Additional Information

Sheppard Noncommissioned Officer Academy Student Welcome Packet
Student Welcome Packet,1 March 2018

Contact Information

Commandant:
DSN: 736-9183
Comm: (940)676-9183

Director of Education:
DSN: 736-9184
Comm: (940)676-9184

First Sergeant:
DSN: 736-9189
Comm: (940)676-9189
Cell: (940)447-3895

Student Registrar Office:
DSN: 736-9186
Comm: (940)676-9186

Address:
939 Missile Road, Suite 1004
Sheppard AFB TX 76311

Required Items

  • ABUs (primary AFSC occupational badge and authorized headgear)
  • Blues Shirts (long and/or short sleeves)
  • Flight cap (unless authorized to wear beret)
  • Service coat (all accouterments and with matching material/shade pants/skirts)
  • Low quarters, or pumps as applicable.
  • Females are authorized to wear pants or skirt
  • AF PTG/IPTG

  • Note: In accordance with AFI 36-2903, 10.4.6. When performing special duties or attending professional military education, wear primary AFSC occupational badge.

Suggested Items

  • Lightweight blue jacket
  • Sweater, pullover and/or cardigan
  • APECS or IRS jacket
  • Gortex jacket
  • Green Fleece
  • Blue all weather coat
  • Gloves
  • Reflective belt (highly encouraged after dark)

NOTE: Summer month temperature can exceed more than 100 degrees, and the winter months can drop below 32 degrees with ice, snow and wind.