Air Education and Training Command News

  • MSAS, nation partners meet at Sheppard for C-130 training

    The 818th Mobility Support Advisory Squadron out of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, trained maintainers from the Chadian and Nigerien air forces during a three-week venture that provided intermediate to advanced level C-130E/H maintenance training as part of an effort to promote air

  • Success of AF logistics begins with Sheppard training mission

    From a big-picture standpoint, the success of logistics operations in the Air Force and the support provided for sister services begins in the schoolhouses at Sheppard Air Force Base, where a majority of enlisted and officer logistics career fields train.

  • ATSO training reinforces use of protective gear

    Forty Airmen at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, successfully completed Ability to Survive and Operate training June 27, 2018, to test their ability to done protective equipment and function in a deployed environment.

  • 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

  • When failure leads to success: 365th TRS wins AETC Adapt Award

    The 365th Training Squadron at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, has received the Air Education and Training Command Continuum of Learning Innovation Adapt Award for failing at a concept but developing lessons learned to one day reach their desired result.

  • 362nd, 363rd receive new training aircraft

    An MC-130P Combat Shadow out of Moffett Federal Field, California, took its final flight to Sheppard AFB, where it will be used as trainer aircraft for future generations of crew chief and armament Airmen.

  • A first for Sheppard maintenance

    From special operations to firefighting, the C-130J Super Hercules has been in service by the U.S. Air Force for the last 19 years, accumulating more than 1.2 million flying hours around the world.

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