Conducting occupational health surveys, sampling drinking water and responding to emergencies are just some of the primary missions of the 375th Aerospace Medicine Squadron’s Bioenvironmental Engineering flight.
Air University’s newest effort to revitalize squadron-level learning and support leaders on the cutting edge of operations rolls out across the Air Force today with the Flight Commander’s Edge program.
“Our mission is to deliver decisive air and space power on behalf of U.S. Central Command for the security and stability of the region. We do this mission proudly, alongside our international, joint and interagency partners,” said Lt. Gen. Joseph Guastella, Combined Forces Air Component commander.
The 1920s and ’30s are known for their flapper-era glamour followed by years of Depression hardship, but, for Scott Field and its surrounding small towns, they were also a time when football field-size airships roamed the skies overhead.
The 375th Operations Support Squadron’s aircrew flight equipment flight is responsible for making sure that aircrew and pilots for the various flying missions around Scott Air Force Base have what they need to come home safe.
Flu shots are available at the 375th Medical Operations Squadron’s immunization flight for all service members and their beneficiaries on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. The goal is to have 90 percent of Team Scott vaccinated by Dec. 15.