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  • 56th LRS increases productivity through Rapid Maintenance

    In an effort to help increase the efficiency of flightline maintenance operations, the 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron opened a Rapid Maintenance Annex in April located near the flight line.With the addition of the annex, Airmen from the vehicle maintenance flight can expedite minor repairs or

  • Egyptian air force officer aces technical training course

    Egyptian air force Lt. Col. Osama A. Khalil recently aced the 361st Training Squadron’s aerospace ground equipment apprentice course. The training consists of 15 blocks on instruction over the course of 87 academic days.

  • California Airman aces 15-block AGE course at Sheppard AFB

    Airman Ryan D. Elmer, from Santa Rosa, California, achieved perfect scores in the 361st Training Squadron's aerospace ground equipment apprentice course during the 15 blocks of instruction that spanned 87 training days. He graduated Nov. 27, 2019.

  • Sheppard Airman aces aerospace ground equipment course

    Fifteen blocks of instruction. Eighty seven training days. Countless hours of hard work and dedication. This is what it takes to become an Air Force aerospace ground equipment apprentice. Airman 1st Class Cole R. Davidson, an Oregon native and 361st TRS aerospace ground equipment apprentice, did