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  • 375th MEDICAL GROUP VOLUNTEERS The American Red Cross is looking for volunteers to work at the 375th Medical Group. Volunteers are needed to support the Main and Satellite Pharmacies, and a few administrative/ receptionist positions. The clinic is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and have base access. To complete a volunteer application, click HERE, or contact Ms. Bettina Huston, 618-256-7584, or the Scott AFB Red Cross office at 618-256-3292.


  • TUSKEGEE AIRMEN LEWIS LYNCH CHAPTER INC. The Lewis Lynch Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen Inc. holds a meeting every third Friday of the month at 12 p.m. in the Scott AFB Library conference room. The Tuskegee Airmen Chapter of Scott AFB operates on three pillars: Mentorship, Community Service, and Preserving a legacy. Membership is required to join the chapter and can be discussed during the meeting. For more information, contact SSgt James Chisolm at or Mr. Victor Dorsey at Find us online at or the organizational website at


  • MEALS ON WHEELS The Air Force Sergeants Association is looking for five volunteers every Monday for the local Meals on Wheels program. Volunteers will meet at the Saint George Episcopal Church/Saint Mark Lutheran Church (410 N. High St, Belleville, IL 62220) in civilian attire to gather and deliver meals starting at approximately 10 a.m. The route takes approximately 1.5-2.0 hours to complete. To volunteer, please contact Tech. Sgt. Scott Ray at or visit LINK to sign up!


  • BLOOD DRIVE SPONSORS The American Red Cross is in need of blood drive sponsors. One sponsor unit per month is responsible for gathering volunteers to man the registration table on drive days and warm calling donors to set up appointments, as well as posting flyers and maximizing awareness. Contact Staff Sgt. Christopher Adams at or 618-229-7356 for more details.


  • SCOTT AFB MEDICAL CLINIC RESEARCH STUDIES – VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Scott AFB Medical Clinic is requesting assistance on multiple research studies being conducted that are focused on pain management for patients with knee osteoarthritis, C-section scars, and chronic exertional compartment syndrome. These research studies are open to all active duty and all DOD ID card holding beneficiaries. For further information, contact Michael Buraglio – 618-234-2120 ext 44483 or


  • SCOTT TOASTMASTERS CLUB The SAFB Toastmasters Club is looking for volunteers to lead meetings. They meet Tuesdays at 11:30 a.m. inside the education center (room next to main office). Toastmasters offers a communication and leadership certification for military and civilians that is internationally recognized and can be used anywhere. Membership is not required to participate. For more information, contact Staff Sgt. Adams at


  • NOTICE:  ECARS TESTING AF Vehicle IM program includes all military and federal civilians who drive a POV for work at Scott AFB. When you get the email, follow the link and review the ECARS online form. POVs driven 60 or more days per year are required to meet the Illinois emissions testing requirement. Exemptions include newer, older, alternate fuel, hybrid, motorcycles, etc. If you have a similar vehicle emissions test from another state, see if it’s a qualifying test that can be used until expiration. Equivalent tests include St. Louis city, county. Regardless of whether you are required to test, you must complete the online ECARS form at least annually to avoid being listed as a delinquent participant. The test is good for two years. Your digital signature on the ECARS AF Form 4434 stipulates that the data you have entered is correct and accurate. Contact the Scott AFB ECARS program manager, DSN 576-2167 with questions.


  • AMC COMMUNICATION SKILLS TRAINING CST is focused on listening, non-verbal communication, and effective confrontation and is designed to improve interpersonal, face-to-face communication. It is NOT about writing or public speaking, and it's not the typical Air Force professional development course. It improves communication and relationships across all aspects of life.  We have classes scheduled throughout the year. To sign up for classes, visit For more information, contact