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  • Fire prevention week 2019

    The 375th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters recognized Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 6-12, 2019. The firefighters trained for building fires and visted Scott Elementary to teach the students about fire prevention.
  • Retiree Appreciation Day set for October 19th at Scott AFB

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – The 375th Air Mobility Wing will hold its 34th annual Retiree Appreciation Day at the Scott Air Force Base Event Center October 19th, 2019. The event is free to local military retirees and their dependents.Scheduled events include information booths from base agencies and local partners including the Airman and Family
  • Team Scott prepares for MOBEX

    Members of the 375th Air Mobility Wing prepare for a mobility exercise with Ability to Survive and Operate (ATSO) training, Oct. 16, 2019 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. ATSO training consists of elements from Self-Aid Buddy Care, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear defense, Post Attack Reconnaissance sweeps, Unexploded Explosive
  • Cyber teams defend missions during Exercise Mobility Guardian

    The 375th Mission Defense Team just completed the first Defensive Cyber Operations implementation for a simulated conflict during Air Mobility Command’s Exercise Mobility Guardian at Travis Air Force Base, Calif.
  • Recovery Care Coordinator: Your first step with serious injury or illness

    For military members who have been injured or ill during duty, navigating the journey to recovery through the medical and personnel systems can be overwhelming. This is why the Air Force established the Recovery Care Coordinator position.
  • Scott Air Force Base hosts 9/11 memorial ceremony

    Scott Air Force Base honors the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, during a ceremony outside of the 375th Air Mobility Wing headquarters building.
  • CC hosts dorm all-call to address Airmen’s concerns

    Col. Scot Heathman, 375th Air Mobility Wing commander, held an all call recently for 350 dorm residents to get their feedback about living conditions and other issues they may be having.
  • Dorm Council: A peer-to-peer voice for Airmen

    For Airmen living in the dorms, there’s a team of peers who they can turn to for addressing improvements called the Airmen Dormitory Council.
  • Water notice and hydrant flushing

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- An annual disinfectant change and fire hydrant flushing program is an important maintenance activity that helps ensure high water quality and helps keep the water main pipes in good condition. On Aug. 21, the Illinois American Water temporarily changed the type of disinfectant used to treat your drinking water. This is
  • Wounded Warrior Ambassadors bring a resilience message to Scott Airmen

    The hardest part of a wounded or ill Airman’s recovery process is often asking for help, or knowing where to turn when the life they planned suddenly changes. For retired Senior Airman Christian Vega it meant finding meaning in his life again after a brain aneurysm and stroke left him unable to walk or speak, or continue to serve in the Air Force. Vega was one of 17 ambassadors who spoke at 40 different sessions, spreading the gospel of what AFW2 is all about.