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Airman 1st Class Khennan Richards is a former gang member but now part of the 375th Force Support Squadron. Since he’s joined the Air Force, Richards has been successfully working in the Official Mail Center, and is responsible for processing an average of 323,000 pieces of mail and over 250 pounds in packages each year.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Melissa Estevez) From gang member to Air Force Airman: You can choose your destiny
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Themoment Khennan Richards knew he needed to turn his life around came when he sawhis younger brother trying to join the same gang he was a member of.Richards,an Airman 1st Class with the 375th Force Support Squadron, said he didn’t wantthat type of lifestyle for his brother. Seeing his brother begin to go down thesame
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(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tara Stetler) Contracting Airman helps renovate residential facility for trauma-recovering children, project turns into mentorship program
Staff Sgt. Johnathan Leuellen approaches the doors to a local residential facility for children with behavioral challenges brought about due to traumas such as abuse or neglect. As he approaches, a 10-year-old notices him from inside and starts knocking on the window, waving enthusiastically. “Oh, some of them get excited when they see the
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Do you ever get basic training flashbacks? Do marching and elevated voices bring back memories? It did for Tech. Sgt. Stavros Kalfoglou, a former Military Training Instructor from Lackland Air Force Base. With his experience as an MTI transforming civilians into Airmen, he is now helping Airmen transition into the operational Air Force as a resiliency instructor at Scott Air Force Base. Former MTI teaches resiliency at Scott (video)

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Lt. Col. Kenneth Johnson, 375th Air Mobility Wing chaplain, introduces the guest speaker during the National Prayer Breakfast Feb. 27, 2018 at the Scott Event Center, Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Members from the base and the local community came together to celebrate the free exercise of religion and different heritages with the theme being “Warriors on the Wall.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Chad Gorecki) Chapel staff reaches out through ‘Operation Blitz’
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – The newest 375th Air Mobility Wing and Installation   chaplain recently arrived to Scott from Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, and has already started to leave his mark on the base with “Operation Blitz.” “Blitz” is defined as a sudden, energetic, and concerted effort, typically on a specific task and is the perfect
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(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kyle Russell) AF opportunities encourage Comm Airman to pursue music dream
When Staff Sgt. Timothy Sentz enlisted in in the Air Force in 2010 as a client systems technician, he thought he would have to set aside his dream of pursuing a career in music. However, Sentz not only competed in several Air Force singing competitions, but he also toured the globe as a vocalist for Tops in Blue, a program that assembled
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2018
Stefanie Tucker, Steven Tucker, and Jamie Knight perform pull-ups on the newly installed Alpha Warrior Battle Rig Feb. 26, 2018, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. The battle rig encompasses the four pillars of Comprehensive Airmen Fitness: physical, social, spiritual and mental fitness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Melissa Estevez) 375th FSS named best in AMC
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – Facility upgrades and program initiatives helped the 375th Force Support Squadron earn the Gen. Curtis E. LeMay Award for best large-category force support squadron in Air Mobility Command. “Our success is due to all the hard work from our team during the past year,” said Lt. Col. Jeff Elliott, 375th FSS commander. “We
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Financial educator helps Airmen, families achieve success
Lona Berndt loves her job and is passionate about supporting servicemembers and government employees with improving their financial situation. “Lona has been a life-changer in my financial game,” said Tech. Sgt. Lawrence Kelsey, 375th Medical Support Squadron, who schedules financial counseling sessions with her on a regular basis. “She provides
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2018
(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tara Stetler) Contracting specialists crucial to mobility, warfighting efforts
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – On his first day of technical training, Airman 1st Class Sean Leigh learned the importance of his job when his instructor told a story of how a simple contract helped protect the lives of Airmen on the front lines.   His instructor said that Security Forces personnel had been using concrete to fill in the holes made by
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2018
(U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class Chad Gorecki) Transition Assistance Program prepares service members for life after military
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill.-- Transitioning from military life to civilian status can be a daunting process for many people, but, with the help of Scott’s Airman and Family Readiness Center, it can be a smooth one with the help of the Transition Assistance Program.“I came into the military when I was 18 years old; this is my first job,” said TAP
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A group of with Scott Air Force Base Outdoor Recreation stops for a photo, Sept. 23, 2017, at Crystal City Underground, an abandoned, submerged sandstone mine in Crystal City, Mo. This opening is the only part of the tour where guests don’t need their headlamps. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tara Stetler) Keep exploring, improving morale with Outdoor Recreation activities
No matter what the season, Outdoor Recreation aid Jess Petot is there planning and then driving a bus to take Scott Airmen and their families to an adventure.Having grown up in Southern Illinois, Petot said she likes to use the trips to show people that “it’s not flat and boring out here.”She said people tend to think there’s nothing to do out
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