Gateway WingNews


  • A three day weekend

    Subject: SOS: A Three-Day WeekendMemorial Day is much more than just a three-day weekend and a chance to get the year's first sunburn. It's a time to remember the men and women who sacrificed their lives for their county.  We in the 932nd Airlift Wing have some close connections to Memorial Day. . . Memorial Day was a response to the unprecedented
  • Many hands make light work during routine maintenance

    A 932nd Airlift Wing C-40C is surrounded by scaffolding and lifts as it has various routine maintenance done inside Hangar 1, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, May 15, 2019. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)
  • Upcoming base and wing events

    The 932nd Airlift Wing will walk in the next Memorial Day parade coming up on May 27th.  See the PA office for details.***SEPCIAL INTEREST ITEM***DINING FACILITY RE-OPENING – MAY 23After extensive renovations, the Nightingale Dining Facility will be open for business on May 23 at 6 a.m., for all base personnel and their family members serving
  • Maintaining the planes with pride

    Senior Airman Aaron Bowles, 932nd Maintenance Group Fuels Shop, prepares to perform checks on air cabin pressure by first applying power connection to the C-40C aircraft on May 1, 2019, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. He and other 932nd Maintenance Group team members worked together to test pressure and get the plane ready for another mission. The
  • Towing into position preps launch

    Airmen of the 932nd Maintenance Group move towing equipment toward a C-40C aircraft, to get it ready for another trip May 5, 2019, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. All successful 932nd Airlift Wing C-40C mission launches start days earlier with mission planning, maintenance, and aircraft preparation. Another area behind the scenes that's important is
  • Healthy promotion available for reservists

    Wing members are invited to sign up for Health Promotion’s “The Healthiest You Challenge” coming up soon!-Receive a FREE food journal and activity tracker just for signing up.-Log your food, water, exercise & sleep for at least 21 out of 30 days to earn a t-shirt!-Continue to log your information for 60 days to be entered into a drawing for a big
  • 932nd Security Forces Squadron Assumption fo Command

    Col. Lance Turner, commander, 932nd Mission Support Group, speaks during the Assumption of Command ceremony, May 5, 2019, 375th Air Mobility Wing Parade Field, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Turner spoke about Lt. Col. James Blackburn, the departing Security Forces Squadron commander, and his leadership and dedication while serving at the Illinois
  • Upcoming base events scheduled

    POLICE WEEK: K9 JACK’S RETIREMENT CEREMONY –   MAY 13The 375th Security Forces Squadron’s Military Working Dog Section extends a warm welcome to witness a time honored tradition as Working Dog Jack will officially retire having served 8 years of meritorious service to our country while protecting countless Defenders. The retirement of K9 Jack will