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SECOND AIR FORCE NEWS

  • Peer-to-Peer calls help Cable Dawgs make connections

    Students from the 364th Training Squadron cable and antenna systems course gathered for the latest peer-to-peer call November 16, 2023, here. Airmen from Incirlik Air Base in Turkey joined the apprentice Cable Dawgs for a conference call meant to help them hit the ground running when they arrive at

  • Construction Electricians power military might

    The Center for Seabees and Facilities Engineering Detachment at Sheppard Air Force Base instructs more than 200 Airmen, soldiers and sailors annually to meet the demand for construction electricians. As an Inter-Service Training Review Organization partner, students from all branches train together

  • Sheppard alumni become unicorns at NAVSCOLEOD

    Seven alumni of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Preliminary Course at Sheppard Air Force Base have achieved “unicorn” distinguished graduate status at the Naval School for Explosive Ordnance Disposal at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida as of September 2023.

  • Sheppard Defenders qualify on Navy course of fire

    Defenders from the 82nd Training Wing Security Forces Squadron recently qualified on the Navy Course of Fire in a first for Sheppard Air Force Base to further service interoperability in a deployed environment.

  • Sheppard Firefighter Recognized for Heroism

    A Sheppard Air Force Base firefighter will receive the Senior Master Sergeant Robert A. McAllister Heroism award for her life-saving actions during a dorm fire in August, 2022. Samantha McCaffity was part of a firefighting crew that responded to what was initially considered a routine call at a

  • AFE: keeping aircrew safe starts at the 361st TRS

    Changes in Aircrew Flight Equipment course curriculum and instruction methods initiated by career field managers and instructors are providing Airmen in Training with more interactive, engaging, and relevant training before they begin their careers.