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  • Retired master sergeant hopes to keep racquetball alive

    Retired Master Sgt. Yee Cheng hones his racquetball skills at the James Gym. He has been making big moves in his sport recently, winning the Midwest Regional Championships Saturday in St. Louis and claiming second place in the racquetball tournament held at Scott last week. He was beaten by tournament champion Jerry Turley. Mr. Cheng won the base
  • Scott Elementary students design Earth Week posters

    The 375th Civil Engineer Squadron hosted a poster contest at Scott Elementary to create Earth Week posters. The winning poster will be placed around base. Earth Week will be celebrated at Scott and throughout the nation during the week of April 20. Earth week is designed to remind people that we need to protect the earth from the harmful effects
  • Team Scott member headed to weight lifting competition in Luxembourg

    By day, Brady Stewart crunches numbers for the 375th Civil Engineer Squadron in his office at Scott. After work and on the weekends he pushes up massive amounts of weight on the bench presses at Belleville Weightlifting Club. For Mr. Stewart, working out is about more than just staying fit. He will be competing in Luxembourg May 30 as a member of
  • WRE: Equipping the warfighters of Team Scott

    The War Readiness Element of the 375th Airlift Wing provides unrivaled support and service to the warfighters of Team Scott through the issuance of equipment vital to the success of the Air Force in the Global War on Terrorism.
  • Drawing Inspiration: Air Force artist John Zeilman creates the graphics that color Scott

    When someone like John "Mr. Z" Zeilman, a graphic artist with the 375th Airlift Wing Public Affairs shop, says "he's seen it all" . . . he pretty much has. That's because this Jefferson City, Mo., native has served here more than 30 years and while the base has remained about the same size, there has been a constant influx of activations and
  • Scott’s Bowling Center creates successful bowlers

    Three teen-agers who competed at the Illinois High School Association Girls Bowling Tournament this month, and who did well enough to move onto nationals, got their start at Scott's Stars and Strikes Bowling Center. The Team Scott family members -- Jessica Kowalski, a freshman at Belleville East High School, Natalie Goodman, a sophmore at O'Fallon
  • Dorms-4-Airmen:Shiloh dorm offers larger quarters, more privacy

    A leap was made in the improvement of quality of life for Scott's junior Airmen with the completion of the Shiloh Hall dormitory. After nearly two years of construction, the official ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday at 1 p.m. The new layout of Shiloh Hall, called Dorms-4-Airmen, offers improved living, larger quarters and more privacy, all
  • Stories of sweethearts

    In the spirit of Valentines' Day, the Command Post interviewed some of the 375th Airlift Wing's leadership about their own most important relationship - the ones with their spouses. While Team Scott sees these men and women leading the wing during the duty day, these leaders say they wouldn't be able to accomplish all that they do if it weren't for
  • Giving right down to the bone

    In 2001, a senior airman broadcaster stationed at Osan Air Base, Korea, was covering a story about the Congressman C.W. Bill Young Department of Defense Marrow Donor Program drive when he was asked if he wanted to register. Not thinking much of it, the Airman registered with a fast blood sample, not knowing that one day he would save someone's
  • Blind patriots keeping Scott connected to the world

    Each day, 375th Communications Squadron phone operators answer about 1,800 incoming calls connecting callers to offices on base and deployed servicemembers with their families. It is a daunting task. It would be tough for anyone to navigate the 14,000 phone lines and more than 20,000 phone numbers on base. Now, imagine doing it all with your eyes
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