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  • Wing closed Monday for Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday

    The 932nd Airlift Wing and other government agencies will be closed on Monday, January 21, for the nationwide federal holiday remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In 1983, legislation was signed creating a federal holiday marking the birth of King. This extraordinary holiday is observed on the third Monday of January each year, which is close to
  • Winter weather may reappear anytime

     Team Scott, the recent snow storm has passed; however, the large amount of snow and ice  accumulated over the weekend still poses increased hazards across the installation, on roadways, and at home. It is important to remain vigilant and stay aware of environmental conditions to reduce the potential of injuries and property damage.  Please review
  • Welcome to the unit in Illinois

    At left, performing the oath of office for an incoming American Airman, Adam Wait, is Col. Lance Turner, the commander of the 932nd Mission Support Group. Wait will be heading out to officer training and then medical schools as he enters the 932nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron as a flight nurse. He said, "I believe this will help further my
  • Wing welcomes back fellow Airmen

    Members of the 932nd Airlift Wing staff and 932nd Medical Group welcomed back two unit members from a recent deployment on January 14, 2019. It's been a busy 12 months as various deployers have come and gone from a wide variety of specialties within the Illinois unit. The 932nd Airlift Wing is constantly training and equipping reservists from 37
  • Class coming soon for 21 days of habits

    Does it really take 21 days to form a new habit?   If you’d like to form new healthy habits this year, please join us for the “Personal Goal Setting for a Healthy Lifestyle” class on Wed 16 Jan at 1000 in the 932 AW Conference Room.   In this class which is presented by our CPHS coordinators, Nicole and Caitlin, we’ll discuss health-related goals
  • Supporting safety of our Airmen after snow storm

    Mr. Ron Peterson, 932nd Mission Support Group, removes snow and ice from a wing staff car at the 932nd Airlift Wing Headquarters on Jan. 14, 2019, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Peterson also put down pre-snow treatments on the sidewalks around the unit as the storm started coming in the Friday prior to the 12-13 January weekend. The area
  • Winter storm reminders

    The installation commander is the approval authority for base operating procedures in the event of inclement weather. Depending on the circumstances of the winter weather activity, the installation commander may authorize the following: early release, delayed reporting or mission-essential reporting only. EARLY RELEASE: Unit commanders and
  • Operations and maintenance team up to show students employment opportunities

    In the cockpit, Maj. Eric Butler, 54th Airlift Squadron C-40 pilot and Mission Support Flight commander, talks to 932nd Maintenance Group members Senior Airman Alex Jenkins, and Staff Sgt. David Schallenberg, as they prepare for a recent static display tour. Butler has been recognized for leading Airmen in executing seven diverse support functions
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