932nd Airlift Wing flight attendants

932nd Airlift Wing flight attendants stand by to meet the public at the 2008 Scott Air Force Base Airshow near Belleville, Ill. Scott Air Force Base is one of the oldest, continuous-service Air Force installations. Its history spans the major evolutionary stages of the Air Force: Aviation Section; Signal Corps; Army Air Service; Army Air Corps; Army Air Forces; and Air Force. It was named Scott Field on July 20, 1917, after Corporal Frank S. Scott, the first enlisted person to be killed in an airplane crash.Even with some rain, big crowds came out to meet the aircrews and see the Air Force Reserve Command's C-9C (pictured here) and the C-40C, which are both used for distinguished visitor missions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Stan Paregien)

PHOTO BY: Maj. Stan Paregien
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