News Archive
Archive: 2011

METC instructors selected for AETC Award
December 9, 2011

From shooting survivor to METC graduate, trauma turns to triumph
October 6, 2011
Air Force Staff Sgt. Deondra Parks accepts her certificate of completion from Air Force Lt. Col Elizabeth Decker, squadron commander for the 383rd Training Squadron, during the Basic Medical Technician/Corpsman Program graduation ceremony at the 
Medical Education & Training Campus (METC) in Fort Sam Houston, Texas on Oct 3, 2011. Parks  was enrolled in the program at Sheppard Air Force Base in 2010 but had to drop from training after she was shot. She returned to training in June 2011 at 
METC where the program is now being taught. (U.S. Navy photo by Lisa Braun/Released)

METC at full operational status, pays tribute to Heroes and Heritage
September 19, 2011

Community College of the Air Force accreditation team visits METC
September 2, 2011

Community College of the Air Force Accreditation Team Visits METC
September 1, 2011
Rear Adm. Bob Kiser, Commandant, Medical Education & Training Campus, accompanies members of the Community College of the Air Force and subcommittee members from the Air University Board of Visitors during a tour of the radiology technician program. Radiology Tech is one of 64 programs taught at the Medical
Education & Training Campus (METC), a tri-service school established under the Base Realignment and Closure Commission (BRAC) to produce the world's finest Medics, Corpsmen, and Techs, supporting our Nation's ability to engage globally. (U.S. Navy photo by Dewite R. Wehrman/Released)

Sheppard to complete METC move without break in training
June 29, 2011