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  • Scott Airman is proud of Native American heritage and Air force service

    Native American heritage is rich in tradition and many Native Americans serve in the military today, such as Senior Airman Joshua Garrison from the 375th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron. Airman Garrison's heritage stems from the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma, where he was raised in Ottawa County. He was given the Indian name "Black Cloud," by his uncle,
  • From family and friends to service and sacrifice, AMC’s ‘First Lady’ reflects on 38 years of service

    During a ceremony here Nov. 20, AMC Commander Gen. Arthur J. Lichte, and his wife, Christine, will say farewell to the Air Force after 38 years of faithful service.During her farewell spouse's luncheon Nov. 13, Mrs. Lichte took a moment to reflect on her and her husband's nearly-four decades of service to this nation."It is a time of reflection;"
  • Hot Brass concert

    Performing at the Hot Brass concert, from left to right, Master Sgt. Steve Colllins and Tech. Sgt. Eugene King on trumpet, Tech. Sgt. Steven Frioux on Trombone, Staff Sgt. Clay Toms on french horn, and Tech. Sgt. Rebecca Collins on saxophone. The show was held Sunday evening at Scott's Parade Field.
  • Car show and safety demonstration

    In conjunction with the 101 Critical Days of Summer, the 375th Airlift Wing Safety Office held a car and motorcycle show Friday from noon to 4 p.m. at the Base Exchange parking lot. The event, held in conjunction with the Army and Air Force Exchange Services safety month, featured safety products from AAFES. The 375th Civil Engineer Fire Department
  • Martial Arts classes at the Youth Center teach self defense and valuable life skills

    "I am somebody, I am important, I control my life." Underneath all the kicks and punches, these words are the core message of what Gentle Dragon Kung Fu brings to children at the Youth Center, as taught by Master Sgt. Jimmy Evans and Staff Sgt. Michael David. Sergeant Evans is with the 932nd Airlift Wing (Reserve) and Sergeant David is assigned to
  • Scenes from Scott's Dorm Olympics

    Airmen participate in a game of basketball at the Dorm Olympics held Friday at Scott. Airmen competed in a variety of events such as volleyball, basketball, a golf chip-shot challenge, dunk tank and a musical video game challenge. Dorm residents ate free food and drinks provided by the First Sergeants of Scott. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st
  • Pool prep begins

    The Scott pools opened for the summer swim season Saturday, and are a free benefit for all DoD card holders and their guests this season. The pool can help improve fitness with lap swimming or the staff can help teach students to swim with swim lessons scheduled throughout the summer. In addition, the pool can also be booked in advance for private
  • Final Flight: Airmen ready C-130E for airpark

    A C-130E from Little Rock, Ark., landed for the last time May 12 at Scott. The plane is the fifth and final aircraft for the Scott Field Heritage Airpark. In addition to the plane, five Airmen from the 19th Maintenance Squadron at Little Rock Air Force Base came to Scott to spend three days demilitarizing the aircraft. "We're removing (and
  • 54th AS flight attendants: Providing superior service to our nation’s leaders

    Who has the best job in the Air Force? If you talk to the flight attendants with the 54th Airlift Squadron, they'll say they do because of the places they go and the people they serve. Flight attendants, such as Staff Sgt. Jimmie Williamson, a former Airborne Battle Management technician, have flown to New Zealand, Australia, Rome and South America