Gateway WingNews


  • Wing Key Spouses honored as they help develop resilient leaders

    Spouses helping spouses within the wing is another building block for helping the wing to retain resilient leaders needed at the squadron, wing and even higher headquarters levels.A luncheon was held at Scott Air Force Base to thank and remind the key spouses about why they are so important to the health of their loved ones in squadron and the
  • Reserve provides new employment opportunities for veterans

    Today recruiters and public affairs staff from the 932nd Airlift Wing joined the Military Career Fair at Saint Louis University inside the Chaifetz Arena. There were multiple employers from all types of career fields on hand to provide veterans with potential employment opportunities.  This was an opportunity for reforming the organization by
  • How similar we are, yet different

    Capt. Eike Selle, officer in the German Reserve Luftwaffe (Air Force) visiting the 932nd Airlift Wing since June 1st, gives an overview of the German Reserves and some leadership comparisons between Germany and United States to a group of Airmen from the 932nd AW, June 12, 2019, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)
  • Teamwork energizes Airmen on the court

    Staff Sgt. Tyler Hambidge, 932nd Medical Squadron, blocks the volleyball back over the net during recent intramural competition at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. The 932nd Airlift Wing has volunteers participating in a variety of sports throughout the year, to include volleyball and summer softball. (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Stan Paregien)
  • Blood drive is Wednesday at unit

    A new opportunity to save lives and help those with ongoing blood treatments is coming up later in the week.  Resilient Airmen who wish to help others can stop by the 932nd Airlift Wing.This is a friendly reminder that the American Red Cross is hosting a blood driving in the 932nd Airlift Wing Auditorium on Wednesday, 13 June 2017, from 1100  in
  • Readiness and resiliency supported by PTSD Awareness Month

    June is national PTSD Awareness Month and the 932nd Airlift Wing reminds members there is always help available in Illinois, and nationally.Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition that develops in some individuals who are exposed to a shocking, traumatic, or dangerous event. Instead of experiencing a normal period of distress followed
  • Spring CCAF Graduation

    Congratulations to the most recent 932nd members who completed their degrees at the Community College of the Air Force!
  • Welcome to the wing in Illinois

    The 932nd Airlift Wing leadership welcomed incoming Air Force Reserve Command Airmen to the Wing during a newcomers briefing at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, June 1, 2019. All new Citizen Airmen go through newcomers orientation to learn about the wing and the different opportunities and assistance the unit and Air Force Reserve provides. (U.S.