• VA coordinator helps navigate military transition to civilian life

    Located on the fifth floor of the base medical clinic, the Department of Veterans Affairs-St. Louis Transition and Care Management office helps retiring and separating servicemembers make the move from military to civilian life by providing VA healthcare registration services for those who are

  • How medics earn their wings

    As the only training unit for the aeromedical evacuation career field, the 375th Aeromedical Evacuation Training Squadron instructs all active duty, Guard and Reserve Airmen in the upgrade process to become flight nurses and AE technicians. The training culminates in a check-ride, on board an

  • CMSAF Bass weathers the storm with Team Scott

    Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne Bass conducted a visit across Team Scott Feb. 16 and 17, 2021, visiting multiple work centers to interact with active, guard and reserve Airmen.

  • Airmen, Guardians

    The first mass U.S. Space Force induction ceremony on Scott AFB

  • 18th AF commander, command chief visits Showcase Wing

    Maj. Gen. Thad Bibb, Jr., 18th Air Force commander and Chief Master Sgt. Chad W. Bickley, his Command Chief, toured the Scott Air Force Bases "Showcase Wing” Jan. 28-29, and shared messages of staying balanced, keeping an eye on “our Wingmen,” keeping high standards, and “accelerating change” as the

  • AMC hosts operational demonstration for latest AE innovation

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Air Mobility Command hosted the final operational demonstration for the Patient Loading System at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, Jan. 25-28, 2021.The PLS is a portable and constructable ramp used to safely on- and off-load patients to high-deck aircraft, such as the

  • Scott AE pros train on KC-46 tanker

    SCOTT AIR FRCE BASE, ILL. – Airmen with the 375th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron familiarized themselves with one of the Air Force’s newest aircraft, the KC-46 Pegasus Jan. 12 during training. The two-day training instructed flight nurses and aeromedical technicians in exercises that were designed