Those investigations started after more than 40 women at Lackland Air Force Base made allegations against their instructors saying those in charge sexually harassed or raped them.
Sheppard spokesman George Woodward says Sheppard was not investigated for the same offenses as those committee at Lackland.
Woodward says Air Force personnel continue to look into some areas at Sheppard, but he wouldn't say anything further.
He did emphasize, though, that nothing has happened at Sheppard that's anywhere near the same nature as what happened at Lackland.
While there have been stronger policies implemented at lackland to make recruits feel less intimidated during training, Woodward says nothing of that sort has been implemented at Sheppard.
That's because Sheppard is a different kind of training base than Lackland.