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  • Thank you, shipmates!

    To the hundreds – if not thousands of service men and women, civilians, retirees and dependents of Scott Air Force Base who established, supported and contributed to Operation Coast Watch during last month’s partial government shutdown, the Coast Guard family says “Thank you, shipmates!”

  • Welcome 2019: a look at what’s ahead for Team Scott

    After 11 months in this awesome challenge of commanding the 375th Air Mobility Wing, I am so impressed with what we’ve accomplished so far. 2018 was an amazing year—full of challenges, community involvement and seeing concrete improvements to our streets and facilities.

  • Team Scott: Zero in on cybersecurity attacks

    As we begin National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, I wanted to take the opportunity to highlight some recent changes to the national cyberspace policy and what it might mean for us at Scott AFB.I recently wrapped up my first assignment to the Pentagon, working cyberspace policy on the Joint Staff.

  • Pearls for leaders

    At a prior assignment, I had the pleasure of putting together a leadership course for the medical group's company grade officers. The focus was to help our young officers improve their leadership abilities and working on areas that need improving, which we can all benefit from to some degree. In

  • Consider These Tips to Prevent Crime at Scott AFB

     SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – Traditionally, Air Force bases have been relatively free of most serious crimes against persons or property. In recent years, these types of crimes have become more common on military installations. Losses of government and private property to theft and vandalism are

  • A July 4th declaration of civility

    Let’s look to this July 4th as a time for a revolution within our own characters and behaviors toward others. Let us pledge to unite together under a declaration of civility—to respect, listen, wait, encourage, lift and befriend each other as we work together to tackle the important issues our of