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  • Chaplains partner with community, create Touch of Faith Initiative

    Scott Air Force Base Chaplain Corps made history, Sept. 7, 2022, with their Touch of Faith initiative, an experimental and new way to bring spiritual fitness and resilience to Airmen. Currently, the Base Chapel holds services for multiple religions and serves as a spiritual resiliency resource. In

  • Scott upgrades visitor pass process

    Reregister now! The Security Forces Automated Check-in System is moving to a cloud-based system. Individuals who are registered in the current SFACS will need to reregister in the new system before Oct. 1 at https://intelshare.intelink.gov/sites/sfacs/SitePages/CustomerPageHome.aspx.

  • Scott AFB remembers fallen during 9/11 ceremony

    Members from the 375th Air Mobility Wing took part in a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony outside of the 375th AMW Headquarters on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, Sept. 9, 2022, to commemorate the fallen during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Retired New York City Fire Chief Dan Daly, who lost 343 of his fellow

  • Senior Airman Daniel Miller Post Office

    Members from the 375th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight attended a post office naming ceremony to honor a fallen EOD member in Galesburg, Illinois, Sept. 7.

  • A Century of Good: Local WWII veteran celebrates 100th birthday

    A local hero celebrates 100 years of life at the First Baptist Church in O’Fallon, Illinois, Aug. 28.It wasn’t unlike a typical Sunday for Clifford E. Good, a highly decorated World War II veteran, as he surrounds himself with friends and family at church. However, this Sunday was spent celebrating

  • Scott AFB wins innovation contest with ‘autonomous airfield operations’

    Representing “Team Scott,” Craig Rednour walked away from an Air Force innovation contest as the first place winner for advocating for the use of intelligent machines in a flight line environment. As a result, the base was awarded an additional $1.2 million in funding as the grand prize of the Air

  • Swinging into action: local Scout brings ADA compliance to Scott

    Elise Toth, a Scout with Scouts BSA Troop 144 is presented a coin by Col. Rob Lowe, 375th Air Mobility Wing vice commander and Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Blount, 375th AMW command chief, at Warrior Park on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, Aug. 11, 2022.