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  • Welcome to the team

    Welcome to the wing! Maxwell Helgeson, at center, enlisted into the Air Force Reserve's explosive ordnance disposal career field with the 932nd Airlift Wing on October 23, 2019, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. "I've been a Deputy Sheriff with Peoria County and always wanted to do a special operations-type job, and do something special with the
  • Wadkins retires and looks back on history

    Long time member of the 932nd Airlift Wing, Senior Master Sgt. Todd Wadkins retires in November.  He took time out to look back on his military experience with the public affairs staff of the "Gateway Wing".  30 Years in review:  GATEWAY WING:  Your ceremony is October 19th in the hangar, then when is your “real” retirement date?  "November 11,
  • Recruiting meets JROTC leader and students

    Staff Sgt. Jennifer Deimund, 932nd Airlift Wing recruiter, meets Col. Pete Wangler, commander of the Alton JROTC High School program. Various current and retired members of the 932nd Airlift Wing were on hand to speak about their military experience and Air Force Reserve openings at a Girls in Aviation event held at the St. Louis Downtown Airport
  • Local JROTC visits reserve C-40 and Scott Air Force Base

    Team Scott, at Scott Air Force Base, hosted a JROTC Day for cadets and high school students from 11 area Missouri and Illinois schools Oct. 8, 2019.
  • EXCHANGE E-CIGARETTE & VAPING BAN

    Effective Sept. 30, the Scott AFB Exchange has been directed to temporarily stop the sale of all e-cigarette and vaping products due to alarming health concerns being reported to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This also affects all other Army, Navy and Air Force installations at this time. Commissaries do not sell e-cigarettes or vaping
  • Wounded warrior program to visit wing 22 August

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program (AFW2) is a  program mandated by law that exists to provide personalized support to Active Duty, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve Airmen serving in the United States Air Force that become wounded, ill, or injured and are facing an unexpected transition from the military.  The program advocates for
  • ALS graduate considers future challenges

    Senior Airman Haley Merkel is a recent ALS graduate
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