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  • The 435th SCOS Supports the Air Force from Scott

    The Air Force is a multi-faceted branch with many squadrons all working together to make it the mission ready force that it is. While these groups may all have different individual missions, one thing that all have in common is that they need support. They need gear, equipment and funding, among

  • Projecting Forces Forward: MSgt. Rodney

    Getting aircraft to take off might be easy enough, but according to one 375th Operations Support Squadron Airman, the real challenge comes from landing them safely. That’s where Master Sgt. Levi Rodney comes in. As a Landing Zone Safety Officer training instructor, it’s his job to make sure that

  • Projecting Forces Forward: TSgt. Marple

    For most people, the airfield is just a place where aircraft land and take off. But for Tech. Sgt. Anthony Marple, it’s a weapons system with the primary mission of Projecting Forces Forward.Marple, who is assigned to the 375th Operations Support Squadron, is the NCO in charge of the Radar, Airfield

  • 375th CES firefighter uses Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to represent Air Force

    When not fighting fires and protecting the local community, one Scott Air Force Base Airman uses his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills to represent the Air Force in competitions throughout the nation, illustrating the countless opportunities the service offers its members. U.S. Air Force Senior Airman

  • Humans of Scott: Airman leads the way; Senior Airman Tailor Kennebrew

    Senior Airman Tailor Kennebrew, 375th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron flight and operational medical technician, is known as a team member others can rely on in times of crisis. Whether it be a crew shortage of 50%, a need for a morale boost, or just the desire for tranquility in the work

  • Humans of Scott: Innovation, Tech. Sgt. Casey Calvert

    For one showcase Airman, her journey took her from her pre-Air Force home along the beaches of Florida, to her first duty station of Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana.Tech. Sgt. Casey Calvert remembers those early days with a smile."I was used to the heat and the beaches and then my first duty

  • Humans of Scott: 2nd Lt. Rivera, Discovering Mayan Heritage

    For a long time, 2nd Lt. Laney Rivera’s heritage was unclear. Their family said Rivera’s great-grandmother on their father’s side might be Mayan, but it was only a rumor, no one knew for sure. It wasn’t until Rivera took a DNA test earlier this year that they realized it was true–Rivera is indeed of