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  • Scott AFB & Operation Homecoming: 50 Years Later

    Fresh off an overwhelming victory in the 1972 presidential election, Richard Nixon rang in 1973 with major progress on one of his most substantial campaign themes: ending American involvement in Vietnam. Beginning with his first win in 1968, Nixon pursued what he called “an honorable end to the war

  • Mitigating Rental and Personal Property Liability

    The shift to colder and more extreme weather may have an undesired impact on your housing and the personal property that you own. The legal office wants to help you protect yourself in the event your property is damaged.

  • Officer attempts to break world travel record

    The Guinness World Record for the fastest time to travel to all seven continents is three days 14 hours and 46 minutes, or that’s how long it took in 2020 when this was accomplished last. Capt. Jonathan Buckingham, 618th Air Operations Center chief of short range allocations, is attempting to break

  • Logistics Squadron trains Multi-Capable Airmen

    The 375th Logistics Readiness Squadron answered the Air Force’s call to train Airmen to be “multi-capable” with their fuels management and ground transportation teams. The Multi-Capable Airmen, or MCA, initiative refers to the Agile Combat Employment concept of training Airmen to do basic tasks

  • 375 AMW nominee selected to participate in JCOC 93

    Nominated by the 375th Air Mobility Wing, Dr. Kelly Remijan, a professional development and curriculum specialist for the Illinois Math and Science Academy, was one of nearly 40 business, academic, and community leaders from across the U.S. selected to participate in the 93rd Joint Civilian

  • ‘Ballistic Badger’ Deployment Showcase AE, Rapid Global Mobility

    Over 350 Airmen from the 375th Air Mobility Wing executed a large-scale rapid deployment during an operation coined “Ballistic Badger 22,” held Oct. 17-25 both here and at Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Wisconsin.Thanks to airlift from two C-17s, the wing landed at Volk Field, which simulated