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  • Facial Recognition: Scott Pass 2.0

    Effective Thursday, July 13, 2023, lane four at the Shiloh Gate is now accessible to individuals who voluntarily register for Scott Pass 2.0, a system utilizing facial recognition technology as an alternative to PIN numbers. Registration for Scott Pass 2.0 is now available to Interested parties,

  • Scott AFB conducts fuel spill exercise

    The 375th Air Mobility Wing conducted a fuel spill exercise on Scott Air Force Base, Aug. 11th, 2023. The exercise managed a mock 20,000-gallon fuel spill to help put the response teams from various units under the 375th AMW to the test. I

  • Mission success for experiments in Mobility Guardian 23

    Mobility Guardian 23 is giving U.S. and coalition forces an opportunity to experiment in the theater that matters. “Experimenting in the Pacific is important because we’ve spent the last 20 plus years focused elsewhere in the world,” said Lt. Col. Matthew Novotney, MG23 Exercise Control Group

  • This time in history: Remembering the Great Flood of 1993

    Responding to flood disasters is nothing new for the U.S. Air Force and the Mobility Air Forces in particular. With rescue and relief operations to aid numerous people, foreign and domestic, the mobility community is well-versed in such missions. Scott AFB and the area here is not immune to

  • Robinsons bid farewell to Showcase Wing

    After two years of organizing the 375th Air Mobility Wing into a “Combat Ready, Showcase Worthy” machine, Col. Chris Robinson and his wife, Stephanie, bid a heartfelt farewell as they head to Washington, D.C., for their next assignment. As the Robinsons prepare to leave, he said that Team Scott has

  • Help From Above, Capt. David Stuppy Jr. awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross

    On June 30, Team Scott expressed gratitude to Capt. David Stuppy Jr., 375th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, flight nurse for his heroic actions in Kabul, Afghanistan. Family and friends along with Col. Chris Robinson, 375th Air Mobility Command commander, congratulated Stuppy on being awarded the