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  • Operations Support Squadron molds “bold leaders”

    How do you take a large squadron with more than 15 different career fields and have them perform their missions flawlessly and in unison?
  • A wingman fights for mental strength on behalf of his friend

    During an annual nuclear exercise called Global Thunder in October 2018, Master Sgt. Durel Williams, Air Mobility Command threat working group action officer, was in his office about to brief four Airmen at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, when his phone buzzed. It was his old supervisor. “Durel, I’m not sure if you know this or not, but Shane took his life last night.”
  • Special Warfare candidates look to the PAST for a better future

    It has been said that approximately 70 percent of individuals from ages 17 to 24 are ineligible to join the U.S. military due to failure to meet standards. Statistics such as this make those who have the physical and mental prowess to apply, qualify and ultimately join a special warfare career field all the more impressive.
  • Cyber Transporters enable global mobility

    In the face of a global pandemic, the Air Force has quickly adapted to thrive in a telework environment. The 375th Communications Squadron Cyber Transporters is one of the many teams helping to facilitate this new normal.
  • Chaplains build spiritual resilience in unit work centers

    To help build and maintain the spiritual resilience of service members, provide personal guidance and advocate for Airmen, Scott’s Chaplains recently repositioned themselves into unit work centers.
  • Scott creates ‘Dayroom Chat’ for diversity, inclusion discussions

    Airmen from Scott Air Force Base have created a way for people of all ranks to come together virtually to provide a place to have difficult conversations, and as a way to support the Air Force’s initiative to promote diversity and inclusion in the workforce.
  • Have a ‘toast’ to public speaking, leadership development

    “Dink, dink, dink . . . Wingmen far and wide raise your glasses, and give a toast at Toastmasters to professional progression. Learn, cheer and hoo-rah with fellow Airmen as public speaking emanates forth.”
  • CBRN training during COVID operations help maintain battle readiness

    Chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear attacks are some of the most hostile environments service members may be exposed to in a combat zone, and which is why training must continue despite COVID pandemic restrictions.
  • ‘Safety first’ protects Airmen, resources

    The efforts of the men and women of the 375th Air Mobility Wing’s Safety Office who are responsible for protecting Scotts personnel and resources.
  • Weather team supports air superiority

    Achieving air superiority is a critical condition for successful Air Force operations, and that’s why it relies on accurate weather forecasters like Senior Master Sgt. Michael Adcock. As the chief of the 375th Operations Support Squadron Weather Flight, he helps train and guide future Airmen for this important role.