To maintain its “Tree City” status for the 25th consecutive year, members of the 375th and 182nd Civil Engineering Squadrons planted a tree on Arbor Day. Those assisting in the effort were Master Sgt. Chevon Kemper, 1st Lt. Anthony Amaddio, 1st Lt. Devin Heckenkemper, Capt. Dustin Gooden, 2nd Lt. Nolan Maynard, and Lt. Col. Scott Bryant.
To maintain its “Tree City” status for the 25th consecutive year, members of the 375th and 182nd Civil Engineering Squadrons planted a tree on Arbor Day. Those assisting in the effort were Master Sgt. Chevon Kemper, 1st Lt. Anthony Amaddio, 1st Lt. Devin Heckenkemper, Capt. Dustin Gooden, 2nd Lt. Nolan Maynard, and Lt. Col. Scott Bryant. Courtesy photo
To maintain its “Tree City” status for the 25th consecutive year, members of the 375th and 182nd Civil Engineering Squadrons planted a tree on Arbor Day. Those assisting in the effort were Master Sgt. Chevon Kemper, 1st Lt. Anthony Amaddio, 1st Lt. Devin Heckenkemper, Capt. Dustin Gooden, 2nd Lt. Nolan Maynard, and Lt. Col. Scott Bryant. Courtesy photo

Scott AFB maintains ‘Tree City’ status

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