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  • 375th CSPTS: Programing to perfection

    Many have heard the adage, “Rome was not built in a day.” When thinking of the complexity of keeping such an entity together, one must think, “Rome was not sustained for a day.” These notions need to be true of all things built to last, and the same goes for sections and squadrons in the Air Force –

  • Starlifter: call us a rock band

    The connection between music and the United States military goes back to the founding of the nation. Historically, the beating of drums and the sounds of other instruments would be played as armies marched into battle. Although, the purpose of the connection has changed over years, military bands

  • 375th Contracting Squadron: Team Scott’s rock stars

    For the Government Purchase Card program, the attention to detail is key. When dealing with the shortest email to millions of dollars, each and every period, dollar and signature needs to be accounted for. In order to accomplish this, Tina Gowdy, 375th Contracting Squadron team lead, has a team of

  • Ready Eagle: the foundation of Scott AFB medical response

    Last month members of the 375th Medical Group participated in exercise Ready Eagle, a week-long exercise created by the Air Force Medical Readiness Agency designed to prepare medical personnel for a home station response to emergency events.

  • Joe Belman: Mexican American, Turret Gunner, Veteran

    As a B-17 Flying Fortress was soaring through a white cloudy sky during World War II, other clouds, black in color, contrasted the peace of the moment -- painting black stripes on the white canvas.Retired U.S. Army Air Corps Staff Sgt. Joseph Belman, 305th Bomb Group ball turret gunner, shivered and

  • Ever vigilant, ever loyal: MWD XXue

    “They don't tell you about the hard parts when you go K-9,” said Staff Sgt. Carmen Pontello, 375th Security Forces Squadron kennel master. “They tell you you're going to get bit; you're going to fall down; you're going to get hurt -- but, they don't tell you you’re going to lose your best friend.”On

  • Scott AFB pilots make history

    On a warm fall afternoon, three Scott Air Force Base pilots made history, becoming the first all-African American crew to land the C-21 at Alabama’s historic Tuskegee airfield. The group was joined by two other team members from the 458th Airlift Squadron, who spent the day touring the airfield and

  • Outdoor Recreation: A new passion awaits

    For Airmen looking for the opportunity to get out, build new hobbies and find new passions, Outdoor Recreation trips offer fun adventures and a way for Airmen to improve their mental health.

  • Perfecting ceremonial movements

    A warm summer breeze flowed inside the Scott Air Force Base honor guard building through an open door. This door was left open to the winds of possibilities by Airmen who were outside practicing their routine. Today’s practice was unique, because the Air Force’s Honor Guard was here to train Scott’s

  • Showcase medics, relieving fears - offering hope

    The 375th Medical Group deployed 39 medics between April and June 2021 to the Community Vaccination Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and the Minneapolis-Saint Paul as the Advanced Operational Node team members in support of the Federal Emergency Management Agency response to battle COVID-19.