Scott Air Force Base News

MISSION PARTNER: 932nd Airlift Wing at Scott vital to mission success

Bundled up with gloves and safety gear, Tech Sgt. Anthony Fritz, a flying crew chief, directs a C-40C to the proper parking spot at Scott Air Force Base. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command wing flying the unique C-40 mission, and maintainers take particular care of these low density assets.
Bundled up with gloves and safety gear, Tech Sgt. Anthony Fritz, a flying crew chief, directs a C-40C to the proper parking spot at Scott Air Force Base. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command wing flying the unique C-40 mission, and maintainers take particular care of these low density assets.

The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command wing flying the unique C-40 mission.

Maintainers take precise care of four of these aircraft at Scott Air Force Base.

Other major units of the wing are the 932nd Mission Support Group, Medical Group and Maintenance Group.

Additionally, the 932nd is responsible for maintaining and flying the distinguished visitor airlift planes worldwide.

One of the 932nd Maintenance Group’s key duties is searching the flight line for Foreign Object Damage items.

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