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375th Air Mobility Wing hosts annual awards ceremony375th Air  ...
375th Air Mobility Wing hosts annual awards ceremony

375th Air Mobility Wing Civilian Category I of the Year: Joshua Settles, 375th Mission Support Group
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Posted: 2/4/2016

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375th Air Mobility Wing hosts annual awards ceremony

375th Air Mobility Wing Field Grade Officer of the Year: Maj. Andrew MacKenzie, 375th Communications Group
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375th Air Mobility Wing hosts annual awards ceremony

375th Air Mobility Wing Company Grade Officer of the Year: 1st Lt. Bradford Davis, 375th Mission Support Group
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375th Air Mobility Wing hosts annual awards ceremony

375th Air Mobility Wing sNCO of the Year: Master Sgt. Eva Friend, 375th Medical Group
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375th Air Mobility Wing hosts annual awards ceremony

375th Air Mobility Wing NCO of the Year: Staff Sgt. Mary-Jo Mata, 375th Medical Group
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The 375th Air Mobility Wing Junior Enlisted of the Year: Senior Airman Evan Gerth, 375th Communications Group
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New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air ParkNew Addition to  ...
New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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Judge Advocate hosts symposium about common legal issues

Capt. William Breslin and Capt. Marta Kolcz-Ryan were part of a Judge Advocate Symposium Jan. 29 at Scott. The JA symposium was held to inform and advise first sergeant and commanders of legal issues that may encounter. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Gwendalyn Smith)
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Posted: 2/3/2016

375th AES earns AMC Readiness Award375th AES earns  ...
375th AES earns AMC Readiness Award

The 375th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron Readiness Element is presented the award Air Mobility Command Outstanding Medical Readiness Team for 2015 by Brig. Gen. Kory Cornum Jan. 26, 2016 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. The Readiness Element led the Air Force’s largest AES readiness missions with 3,000 missions and 4,400 patients evacuated through 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Joshua Eikren)
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Posted: 2/3/2016

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Senior Airman Kiana Brothers, 375th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs Office photojournalist, is this week’s 375th Air Mobility Wing’s “Showcase on ICE.” Brothers is highly skilled and is personally requested to document many high-visibility events for the wing and its mission partners. She also serves as a social media editor and prepares the weekly news bulletin for base-wide distribution. As a well-rounded Airman, she is active in the dorm council and is the Professional Development Chairperson for the Scott First Four Council. She was key to organizing the recent FALCON leadership initiative, which provided mentorship to more than 200 of her peers. From dorm Olympics to making improvements in the facility, she is an Airman leading Airmen. Along with her base contributions, she has also volunteered more than 80 hours supporting the Belleville Humane Society and the Salvation Army. Finally, she was recently recognized for her prompt and professional actions in responding to a serious motor vehicle accident. After assessing the situation, she stopped traffic, cordoned the area and started checking on the individuals involved in the accident, until a civilian nurse soon arrived on scene to help with triage. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Josh Eikren)
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Posted: 1/29/2016

Striving to be the 'Biggest Loser'Striving to be  ...
Striving to be the 'Biggest Loser'

The Health Promotion Flight at Scott Air Force Base is hosting its annual "Biggest Loser" weight loss challenge. The organization offers a variety of health and lifestyle programs for weight management, tobacco cessation, nutritional fitness, physical activity and disease prevention. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Joshua Eikren)
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Posted: 1/28/2016

Airmen get advice during ‘speed mentoring’Airmen get  ...
Airmen get advice during ‘speed mentoring’

Tech. Sgt. Jason Martinez, Air Mobility Command command support, mentors an Airman during a speed mentoring event "Real Talk, Real Quick", Jan. 22,2015, Scott Event Center, Scott Air Force Base Illinois. Approximately 20 mentors attended the speed mentoring event sponsored by the NCO council. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Melissa Estevez)
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Posted: 1/28/2016

Save the date:  Thunderbirds will peform June 10-11, 2017 at Scott AFB, ILSave the date:   ...
Save the date: Thunderbirds will peform June 10-11, 2017 at Scott AFB, IL

Save the Date: The Thunderbirds are coming June 10-11, 2017 to help Scott AFB celebrate its Centennial Anniversary. (Graphic by Karen Petitt)
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Posted: 1/28/2016

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Showcasing on ICE

Senior Airman Alexandra Smith, 375th Operations Group executive administrative support, is this week’s 375th Air Mobility Wing’s “Showcase on ICE.” Smith has demonstrated her skills consistently while conducting her primary and additional duties, while assisting and advising leadership in the 375th Communications Group, the 375th Mission Support Group and the 375th Operations Group. From her time as a floor lead at the Official Mail Center to filling an NCO position, Smith has developed exceptional skills that have enabled her to effectively and efficiently accomplish the mission. In addition to working diligently with leaders, she has also notably developed an information management training plan, which she used to train additional executives and secretaries. Futhermore, her innovative thinking led to the creation of an electronic calendar consolidation, which combined the schedules of the 375th OG and 375th Air Mobility Wing leadership, which allowed for easy commander and support team viewing, as well as the deconfliction of more than a thousand calendar events. Finally, Smith was selected as one of five 375th AMW Airmen to attend the Air Mobility Command Flight Commander and Officer in Charge Leadership Development Program, where she offered her mentorship to 24 officers. Smith continues to pursue self-improvement while balancing her duties and being an Air Force Ambassador to the community.
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Posted: 1/22/2016

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Snow Removal

Scott Air Force Base received three inches of snow during the first snowfall of the winter season. CE worked Tuesday night into Wednesday morning to clear 3 inches of snow from base streets and parking lots during Scott’s first snowfall of the winter season. (U.S. Air Force by Airman Gwendalyn Smith)
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Posted: 1/22/2016

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Members of the Civil Engineering Squadron salt the commissary parking lot January 20, 2016 at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. During the 24-hour operations with snow equipment, base roads can contain slush, ponding water, and ice for hours or even days after a storm. Additionally, when temperatures drop below 20 degrees, de-ice chemicals and sidewalk salt stop working. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Gwendalyn Smith)
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Posted: 1/22/2016

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Members of the Civil Engineering Squadron salt the commissary parking lot January 20, 2016 at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. During the 24-hour operations with snow equipment, base roads can contain slush, ponding water, and ice for hours or even days after a storm. Additionally, when temperatures drop below 20 degrees, de-ice chemicals and sidewalk salt stop working. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Gwendalyn Smith)
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Posted: 1/22/2016

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Members of the Civil Engineering Squadron plow the Building 1948 parking lot January 19, 2016 at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. CE worked Tuesday night into Wednesday morning to clear 3 inches of snow from base streets and parking lots during Scott’s first snowfall of the winter season. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Gwendalyn Smith)
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Posted: 1/22/2016

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Members of the Civil Engineering Squadron plow the commissary parking lot January 19, 2016 at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. The 375th AMW leadership does its best to track changing weather, monitor on- and off-base road conditions, and balance safety with mission accomplishment. With the rapid changing and difficult-to-predict weather conditions in the Midwest, the base strives to announce base closures and to report delays in advance so employees can plan ahead. (U.S. Air Force by Airman Gwendalyn Smith)
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Posted: 1/22/2016

    

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