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375TH AIR MOBILITY WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE

Public Affairs
DSN: 576-4241
COMM: 618-256-4241

Command Post Editor
DSN: 576-2600
COMM: 618-256-2600

Photo Studio Appointment Line
DSN: 576-5108
COMM: 618-256-5108

Base Video Services
DSN: 576-8901
COMM: 618-256-8901

Base Multimedia Services
DSN: 576-5108
COMM: 618-256-5108

Public Affairs

The mission of the 375th AMW Public Affairs office is to provide trusted counsel to leaders; build, maintain, and strengthen Airmen morale and readiness; enhance public trust and support; achieve global influence and deterrence; and provide photo, video, and graphics multimedia support to the Air Force mission.

Air Force leaders rely on Public Affairs professionals to assist them with delivering their communication efforts with Airmen and their families, to include retirees, civilians and contract employees.

Public Affairs manages several communication tools:
- Weekly Internal Scott-All Bulletin email
- Weekly newspaper, the Command Post.
- Scott AFB Public Website
- Scott AFB Facebook
- Scott AFB Twitter
- Scott Flickr

In addition, PA is responsible for the base marquee signage, and, in emergencies, a Straight Talk line.

The 375th AMW Public Affairs Office is the largest PA shop in Air Mobility Command, and is designed as a production facility, more than 60,000 products are delivered to Team Scott each year. A little more than 70% of the products support the base's 31 tenant units. The shop consists of broadcast journalists, photojournalists and graphic artists who perform the mission of telling the Air Force story.

In addition, our community relations programs enable commanders to enhance Airmen morale and readiness, and increase public trust and support. These programs include base tours, orientation flights, open houses and air shows, civic leader tours, the Speakers Bureau program, and a host of specialized programs between the base and community leaders.

Media relations is the link between the 375th AMW and the local community, and serves to inform global audiences about air and space capabilities. Members of the media who request information or coverage should call our main number at 618-256-4241 or email requests to 375AMW.PA@us.af.mil.

Social Media

Scott Social Media Policy


Base Bulletin

"SCOTT-ALL" BULLETIN ENTRY REQUEST

Please e-mail all "Scott-All" bulletin requests to 375AMW.PA@us.af.mil no later than noon on Wednesday (for Thursday publication). Entries must be 75 words or less, formatted (see below). A simple e-mail should suffice (no need to put on letterhead or attach as a separate document). Content is limited to items of base-wide importance from military, official private organizations and tenant units. For questions or to give feedback, call 618-256-2600.


WHAT-- MONTH DAY
What: short description; where: location; when: date and time; POC: email or phone number plus POC name; other needed info: i.e. link to website or invitation, deadlines, etc.

Example:
TOASTMASTER'S CLUB
Are you looking for an opportunity to improve your public speaking and leadership skills? Then visit Scott Toastmasters! We meet every Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Base Education Center (Rm 60). Feel free to bring your lunch and a friend! For more information, please contact James Childress at jamesrvp@yahoo.com or Chief Master Sgt. Tom Gillard at thomas.gillard@us.af.mil. Or go to http://www.toastmasters.org/.

Requests for Volunteers

Many service members actively volunteer on their off-duty time in a variety of charitable organizations, schools, and churches in their communities. Their participation, however, is strictly a personal choice and is not regulated by the Department of Defense.

Scott Air Force Base does not have a central location or bulletin board for posting flyers and/or informational materials that are designed to recruit volunteers. Requests to place announcements in the official base newspaper will not be granted. Requestors, may, however, purchase ad space through the local publisher of the base newspaper. Call the publisher at 618-239-2491.

Band Requests

For requests and information about the USAF Band of Mid America, visit their website.