• Special day means special visitors return as wing alumni

    The 932nd Airlift Wing was buzzing with activity as a promotion ceremony, various meetings, an assumption of command, and retirements took place recently. There was a "blast from the past" in Illinois during the March Unit Training Assembly, as these retired former 932nd Maintenance Group crew chiefs came back one more time for a special event
  • A special day remembering service to country

    The former commander of the 932nd Airlift Wing's Maintenance Group, Col. Sharon Johnson, leads the way down the stairs of a C-40C plane, followed by the honoree, Master Sgt. Kenna Collier, who retired in a special ceremony March 9, 2019, at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.   Master Sergeant Kenna K, Collier  retired from the Maintenance Group as
  • Goldfein, Wright outline keys to strong leadership, its role in Air Force excellence

    Judging by the conversations and hardware on display, cutting edge technology – virtual reality, 5th generation equipment, hypersonic weapons, cyber capabilities – was the dominant theme at the Air Warfare Symposium in Orlando.
  • 932nd AES receives initial C-5M Super Galaxy training

    Citizen Airmen with 932nd Airlift Wing, Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, complete C-5M Super Galaxy patient loading procedures, March 2, 2019, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. The training prepares AES members to become more efficient in transferring patients on the C-5M Super Galaxy.
  • Plane standing by for launch

    A 932nd Airlift Wing C-40C, sits ready for take-off on an overcast morning, March 2, 2019, at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. The 932nd AW is an Air Force Reserve Command unit in southern Illinois, flying four of the C-40C planes as part of 22nd Air Force. They support the nation's executive airlift operations.The 932nd Maintenance Group is
  • Update on CDC/PME testing

    FSS has an update on testing
  • Motivated to run by past failure

    Master Sgt. Cynthia Umsheid, 932nd Medical Group, shows off her two favorite marathon medals. She was motivated to run more often and for longer distances by a disappointment. "Several years ago, I failed my Air Force fitness test; I was in school and not eating correctly. I decided I needed a new goal to keep me going. I thought about it and I