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  • 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 Airmen.
  • 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. 
  • Meet the Vice: Recipe for success is faith, caring for others before self

    Meet Col. Rob Lowe, 375th Air Mobility Wing vice commander and his family.
  • Scott’s Korean-American Association provides scholarships for high school students

    A gray cloudy sky covered the Scott Event Center on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois as a light glowed from inside the building that contrasted the gloomy weather. One could say that it was because of the great lighting the Event Center has, but another could argue that it was the glowing group of teens who were being recognized for their hard work. Over $1,000 in scholarships were given to three area high school students thanks to Scott’s Korean American Association of the Scott Area. The KAASA is a non-profit private organization, which is represented by Korean Americans on Scott AFB that supports the local community through charity and educational outlets.
  • The Medical Equipment Repair Center — a ‘hidden gem’ of the 375th Medical Support Squadron

    Tucked away past numerous hallways in the 375th Medical Group, rays of sunlight illuminate a hidden gem. Those rays move past a room full of workbenches, electrical equipment and tools, and cast onto a group of Airmen working on medical equipment ensuring patients are able to receive the care they need. The Medical Equipment Repair Center, or MERC, consists of specialty trained biomedical equipment technicians (BMET) that are part of a select group in their career field.
  • One Decision Creates a Legacy; First Female Defender at Scott AFB Inspires Airmen

    There are certain crossroads in life where one decision creates a legacy and for Sgt. Pat Hollingsworth, her decision 49 years ago would impact generations to come.
  • Airman looks to Rated Prep Program for lifelong dream to fly

    For Senior Airman David Ramones, 54th Airlift Squadron executive flight attendant, the selection to the Air Force’s Rated Preparatory Program helps fulfill his dream of becoming a pilot.
  • Public Health officer deploys to Navajo Nation to assist with COVID relief

    Lieutenant Jerome Anderson, a U.S. Public Health Service officer assigned to the 375th Medical Group, recently deployed to the Navajo Nation in Arizona to assist with the fight against COVID-19.
  • C-21 schoolhouse gets a ‘flood’ of change

    Six months ago a flash flood wreaked havoc across Scott Air Force Base which also affected the C-21 Formal Training Unit. As the Air Force’s sole C-21 schoolhouse, the FTU is responsible for training approximately 50 pilots per year, so that they arrive at their units qualified to perform the C-21’s mission of transporting general officers and other distinguished visitors to locations around the world.