932nd Airlift Wing has two types of planes

The C-9C and C-40C sit at the ready. The mission of the 932nd Airlift Wing, Air Force Reserve, assigned as a tenant unit at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., is to provide first-class, worldwide, safe, and reliable airlift for distinguished visitors and their staffs. It equips, trains, and organizes a ready force of citizen airmen to support and maintain all facets of air base operations involving infrastructure and security. The wing also provides worldwide medical services to the warfighter from the front line to Continental United States fixed medical treatment facilities. A variety of jobs are found through the wing including maintenance, medical, aeromedical, pilots, civil engineers, and recruiters. One team member who decided to reenlist for six more years is Tech. Sgt. Gerald Sonnenberg who is a photographer and writer for the wing paper. Photo/Maj. Stan Paregien

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