Published May 19, 2011
The Scott Command Post serves as the nerve center from which the 375th AMW commander monitors and manages the readiness and response of the wing, coordinates the utilization of personnel and resources and controls wing operations. The Command Post is co-located and consolidated with the 932nd Airlift Wing (Reserves) personnel, operating 24 hours daily, is an extension of Air Mobility Command's Tanker Airlift Control Center and is the centralized command and control agency through which the TACC manages AMC missions transiting Scott Air Force Base.
The Scott Command Post is a wing staff agency and is the wing commander's representative responsible for emergency actions, operational reporting and mission monitoring. It is also responsible for reports to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, assessing the wing's mission readiness.