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Tag: ReserveReform
  • Changes to the Post-9/11 GI Bill being made

    Know your Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits
  • Force support by day, bluegrass guitarist by night

    Sergeant brings a musical flavor to Force Support Squadron, helping improve and reform processes.
  • Total force effort enables successful weekly FOD walk

    Today, the 932nd Airlift Wing joined a mixture of active duty military, reservists and civilians with Team Scott for the weekly foreign object debris (FOD) walk. About 20 people joined together to clean up debris from the flight line. Wing FOD monitor for the 375th Air Mobility Wing, Master Sgt. Johnathan Tolbert spoke on the weekly FOD walks
  • Taking care of fitness helps resiliency

    Registration is now OPEN for the August/September Running Clinic held on base: Mark your dates for 5 August – 26 September and consider:There will be 2 sessions.  You can choose between the morning session (0715-0815) or the afternoon session (1515-1615). This hands-on, eight week clinic is designed to help improve the 1.5 mile run.  This is
  • Reforming squadrons and teams through process

    In the years following World War II, American auto executives visited Toyota manufacturing plants in Japan to examine how the company was able to produce so many vehicles so quickly. Instead of punishing employees for errors, Toyota encouraged workers to stop production at any time to fix a problem or provide suggestions to management about how to
  • Leaders speak on resiliency, readiness, future challenges and experience at ALS

    Commander of the 932nd Airlift Wing, Col. Glenn Collins, fourth from left, made a visit to the Airman Leadership School on June 11, 2019, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill.  He and Chief Master Sgt. Darren Wiseman (fifth from left), the 932nd Inspector General Superintendent, spoke to a packed room of future non-commissioned officers regarding leading
  • Wing Key Spouses honored as they help develop resilient leaders

    Spouses helping spouses within the wing is another building block for helping the wing to retain resilient leaders needed at the squadron, wing and even higher headquarters levels.A luncheon was held at Scott Air Force Base to thank and remind the key spouses about why they are so important to the health of their loved ones in squadron and the