WELCOME TO TEAM SCOTT! WELCOME TO TEAM SCOTT!

WELCOME TO TEAM SCOTT!


WELCOME TO SCOTT AFB

Welcome to Scott Air Force Base, a global mobility and transportation hub for the Department of Defense.

The base is home to several command and control elements that represent logistics for the United States military in air, over land and across the sea in a true joint environment that brings together the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard members—active duty, Guard and Reserve! Team Scott partners are collectively responsible not only for managing the global mobility missions around the world, but also aeromedical evacuation, senior leader airlift and aerial refueling capabilities for the Air Force and DoD.

Scott AFB is home to some of the nation’s most important organizations — including U.S. Transportation Command, Air Mobility Command, 18th Air Force, Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command, 618th Air Operations Center (Tanker Airlift Control Center), Air Force Network Integration Center, and Defense Information Systems Agency—which are just a few of the 31 mission partners stationed here.

It’s also one of four bases in the Air Force that hosts associate partnerships with both a Reserve unit, the 932nd Airlift Wing, and an Air National Guard unit, the 126th Air Refueling Wing.

Before Arriving at Scott

You should bring all necessary items, including paperwork and important documents, for duty with you in your carryon luggage. Your unaccompanied baggage will usually arrive 30 days after being shipped. If you have dependents, hand-carry some necessary basic living items with you.

For an advance postal address, forward one copy of your orders to 
scott.psc.address.request@us.af.mil and request a temporary post office address. This often prevents a delay in mail reaching you.

Temporary living quarters can be reserved by calling the lodging office at 256-1844/2045. You can also email your request to 
scottinn@us.af.mil or fax your request to 256-6638. Contact your sponsor for assistance in reserving quarters.

If you experience an emergency while traveling to Scott, the Air Force Aid Society is available to assist you at the Airman and Family Readiness Center. If a situation arises between 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., call 256-8668; after duty hours, call 256-5891.

Keep records of all expenses incurred during your move. Your current outbound assignments unit should provide you with a checklist of tax tips for your PCS move.

Traveling to Scott

Flying

People who fly commercially to Scott will arrive at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. From the airport, those without vehicles can travel to the base via MetroLink, which has two airport stops located near baggage claims; ask an airport employee for location assistance. It takes about 1 ¼  hours to arrive at the base.  For schedules, see www.metrostlouis.org.  Once at the Shiloh-Scott Station, you should have your military identification ready for the entry control system. Follow all posted instructions and any instructions given by Security Forces.

Driving

If you are driving to Scott, there are several routes you can take to get to the base. The primary highway is Interstate 64. Take I-64 to Exit 19A (Scott AFB/ Route 158). Continue straight until you reach the second stoplight (Seibert Road) and turn left, continuing straight to the Shiloh Gate.

Base Access

The Shiloh and Belleville Gates are the main installation entry points. A current, valid military identification card is required. During normal operations, visitors accessing the installation with a sponsor who possess a DoD-approved credential do not require an AF Form 75, Visitor/Vehicle Pass. If the visit will last longer than 72 hours, an AF Form 75 is required. Should a Visitor's Pass be required, the visitor must have a valid photo ID and an authorized.

Upon Arrival

The 24-hour arrival point at Scott is the lodging office, Bldg. 1510, located at the corner of Scott Drive and Beech Street and marked "Scott Inn." There is a courtesy phone located near the front desk which you can use to call your sponsor, unit, or use for other information.

Once you arrive on base, report to your unit the next duty day. Unit personnel will give you specific information for in-processing with the Military Personnel Section and Accounting and Finance. Group mass in-processing briefings are held every Monday, Wednesday, Friday (excluding holidays and wing Family Days) at 10 a.m in Bldg. P-10. Remember to bring personnel records and two copies of your orders and amendments, supervisor information, and new duty phone number (if known).

The DEERS office is also located in the MPS office. This is where you can start your family member dental coverage, get identification cards and enroll family members into DEERS. It isn't necessary to in-process prior to visiting the DEERS office. Be sure to bring your marriage certificate, birth certificate, adoption papers and other legal documents on your first visit just in case they're needed. You should also have your family members' Social Security cards with you.

Base newcomers' orientation will be scheduled for all personnel during in-processing. Spouses are invited to attend. The orientation is approximately four hours long and
begins at 7:30 a.m. every Tuesday. Following the orientation, an optional bus tour of the local area is offered from noon to 4 p.m. For tour details, call the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 256-8668.

Mission Partner reporting instructions

All personnel assigned to units not in-processed via the 375th MPS should report to their unit orderly room, Commander's Support Staff, J1 (USTRANSCOM personnel), or administrative personnel section on their first duty day after arrival for in-processing procedures and checklists.

All newly arrived military members will be scheduled by their personnel section to attend the required Team Scott Newcomers Orientation at the Airman and Family Readiness Center. Inbound members should contact their respective units for additional information or reporting instructions. Phone numbers provided are commercial numbers; civilian area code is 618. DSN conversions are as follows: 256 = 576; 229 = 779; 220 = 770; 222-760.

USTRANSCOM:

--AF Personnel: 220-7750;

--Army Personnel: 220-7751;

--Navy/Marine Corps Personnel: 220-7752;

--Civilian Personnel: 220-7500

HQ AMC: 229-4250

18th AF (coordinate with 618 AOC for in-processing): 229-3021

618th Air Operations Center (TACC): 229-3021

SDDC: 220-5487/6223

932nd AW: 229-7528

126th ARW: 222-5708

Quick Links


Resources

Military OneSource
1-800-324-9647

Air Force Housing Information
4570 George Washington Drive
Scott AFB, IL 62225
618-744-9880 or
618-744-9882

Scott Inn
1510 Beech Street
Scott AFB, IL 62225
618-256-1844

Airman and Family Readiness Center
email: aafrc@us.af.mil
618-256-8668

Scott AFB Installation Voting Office
618-256-VOTE (8683)
email: vote-02-02@us.af.mil
404 West Martin Street, Bldg. 1650
Scott AFB, IL 62225 

Education and Training Office
618-256-3327
email: 375fss.education@us.af.mil

For childcare options, please visit
https://www.mcccentral.com/


For information on local schools and registration information, click here.

Phone Numbers


Lodging Facilities

Temporary Lodging Facilities

Temporary Lodging Facilities for incoming and outgoing military personnel and their families. Personnel who are in permanent change of station status, or house hunters on permissive temporary duty assignment, may make reservation requests with the lodging office as soon as an arrival date is known by calling 256-2045. Reservation requests are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis without regard to rank. Personnel who will PCS here or their sponsors may make the request for reservations. Military members must attempt to check into military lodging first. If rooms are unavailable, lodging will then issue a non-availability letter and reserve lodging off-base. 

A copy of PCS orders must be provided to the lodging office before or at the time of registration. House hunters must provide a copy of their permissive TDY orders or leave authorization as well as a copy of the PCS, retirement or separation orders at the time of registration.

The number of days personnel will be allowed to stay in a TLF is 30 days for incoming PCS personnel, seven days for outgoing PCS personnel and 10 days for house-hunting personnel, if space is available.

Transient Quarters

Reservations for duty transient quarters are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and can be made as soon as the requirement is known. 

Base Information

BASE GUIDE ONLINE: click here
Hardcopy guides/telephone books are available at Public Affairs, Bldg. 700 (next to DAPs and the Lemon Lot).