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  • 18th Air Force commander tours Scott AFB

    Major General Corey J. Martin, 18th Air Force commander,  took a tour of Scott Air Force Base during the 375th Air Mobility Wing’s second monthly Wing Readiness Day, Feb. 22, 2024.

  • Scott AFB eWAPS Testing Site

    The Scott Air Force Base Scott Education and Training Center will officially change to an electronic Weighted Airman Promotion System testing site, February 15, 2024.Starting with the CY24 E6 promotion cycle, Airmen participating in the 2024 technical sergeant promotion cycles will be the first to

  • Temporary Road Closure of Seibert Road due to MetroLink Construction

    Beginning the week of February 12, between 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., there will be intermittent, 15-20 minute, closures of all lanes (east and west bound traffic) of Seibert Road for the placement of steel beams for a rail and bike bridge over Seibert Road. During these road closures, Old IL-158 will be

  • SEAC Troy Black addresses Team Scott

    Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Troy Black, was featured at an all-call today at Scott Air Force Base. He shared insights on the strategic direction of today’s military and the vital roles of its joint force.

  • Scott AFB Local Registration Authority Office relocates

    In an effort to centralize customer support functions on Scott Air Force Base, the 375th Communications Squadron relocated the Local Registration Authority (LRA) Office—a.k.a. SIPR Token Office—from Building P-61 to Building 859 (Address: 859 Buchanan St).For those who did not already know, the base

  • Scott AFB earns recognition for its Osteopathic Residency Program

    A base initiative is transforming the way 16 Air Force osteopathic medical residents receive their training.Through a collaborative effort with St. Louis University, St. Elizabeth’s and SIHF Healthcare, Air Force osteopathic residents are undergoing a comprehensive three-year training program, which