After the Northeast was torn apart by wind and slammed by violent waters during Superstorm Sandy in 2014, Cmdr. Julie Chodacki, along with 400 other United States Public Health Services Commissioned Corps members, deployed to assist those affected with getting their lives back on track.
The recent deployment of an initial six F-35A Lightning II fighters and several hundred Airmen to Europe demonstrates the aircraft’s readiness to conduct operations with America’s European partners, according to Air Force leaders.
A team of five Airmen, two with a special experience identifier earned through the International Health Specialist program, traveled to Tegucigalpa, Honduras to work side-by-side with their Honduran air force counterparts during a subject matter expert exchange April 3.
Scott Air Force Base is a popular destination for high school and college groups from all over the region, with requests for visits pouring into the Public Affairs office every spring. Even with a full schedule of Centennial events already planned, this year was no different, and Team Scott was happy to accommodate.
A new emphasis on functional fitness is central to the Air Force mission to fly, fight and win. The Air Force Services Activity, or AFSVA, is teaming with obstacle race specialists Alpha Warrior, using equipment similar to that used on the television competition series American Ninja Warrior, to continue building on Comprehensive Airman Fitness.
Scott Air Force Base has been a shining beacon of the metro-east for 100 years. And the O’Fallon-Shiloh Chamber of Commerce has recognized the base’s profound contributions to the community, selecting Scott for the Spirit of the Chamber Award.
Air Mobility Command Test and Evaluation Squadron conducted a benchmark C-5M Cybersecurity Adversarial Assessment, becoming the first test of this kind conducted on an AMC aircraft, and among the first conducted on any Air Force Major Weapons System.