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  • 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

  • Cyber career field looks to develop agile, all-in-one Airmen

    A meeting of Headquarters Air Force and Major Command functional managers of the cyberspace support career field wrapped up weeklong discussions Aug. 27, 2021, with one goal in mind – develop an adaptable and agile communications and cyber career field to meet Air Force requirements at the speed of

  • Sheppard Airmen ACEs E&E course

    An Airman from the 364th Training Squadron said he loves a challenge, so he went and challenged himself to perfect one of the challenging courses we have here on Sheppard. Spoiler alert – he won.

  • Yokota-bound Airman aces hydraulic systems course

    Airman Rendon W. McClain, assigned to the 374th Maintenance Squadron at Yokota, aced the 364th Training Squadron’s hydraulic systems apprentice course recently, mastering each testing benchmark with perfect scores.

  • 368th TRS replaces largest AETC detachment at ceremony

    The newly reactivated 368th Training Squadron replaced Detachment 1 of the 364th TRS during a ceremony at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, Oct. 17, 2018, giving the commander more flexibility and the unit more leverage for manpower.

  • Krieger fluid in acing aircraft hydraulic systems course

    Tech. Sgt. William H. Krieger, a native of Shamokin, Pennsylvania, and a member of the 193rd Special Operations Maintenance Squadron of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard, aced the 364th Training Squadron's 49-day aircraft hydraulic systems course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.

  • 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

  • Revamped course takes learning hydraulics to new level

    Instructors in the 364th Training Squadron’s aircraft hydraulics systems course came to that conclusion about four years ago when they realized that they were teaching Airmen in Training the same materials and using the same training systems they had learned on years ago, which has led to a revamped