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  • Humans of Scott: Adrienne Jackson, Navajo Heritage

    Adrienne Jackson, the Air Force Exchange Services recruiting manager, is deeply connected to Navajo traditions and firmly rooted in the soil of her heritage. Her upbringing on the reservation instilled Navajo culture into her life, making her who she is today. Originally from Chinle, Arizona, at the

  • Beyond the Diagnosis: Air Force Veteran continues to serve

    Ten years ago, Cheryl Saunders and her husband took off onthe open road, bound for a vacation in Maryland. Nothing could stop them – except the constantbathroom breaks every two hours.As a registered nurse, Saunders recognized this as less of an inconvenience, but more as asymptom.After convincing

  • Humans of Scott: Col. Daniel Mendoza leads AF wide HEAT team

    As Hispanic Heritage Month continues its festivities across Team Scott, at the heart of the celebrations stands Col. Daniel Mendoza, United States Transportation Command global bulk fuels division chief, and co-leader of the Air Force wide Hispanic Empowerment and Advancement Team.

  • Meet the Deputy Commander: Col. Richard Kind

    A devoted family man with a wife and two children, Col. Richard Kind serves as the 375th Air Mobility Wing deputy commander, bringing 22 years of knowledge and experience to the team.He most recently served as deputy chief of staff, with Air Mobility Command Headquarters, and said his Air Force

  • Team Scott makes basketball history

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – Two lifelong athletes from Team Scott will make Air Force history as the first two players from the base to compete in the military-level “All-Star” basketball game on Sept. 16, 2023. The All-Star game is between the West and East teams of the continental United States,

  • 19 unclaimed veterans receive dignified burial

    A memorial was held at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetary in Will County, Wednesday Aug. 30, to commemorate 19 veterans who passed away, and their remains left unclaimed -- among them were two Air Force veterans.