Bryan and his Team Understand Your Special Needs
Having lived in the Scott Air Force Base area all his life, Bryan Vogt understands the demands of his military clients and has dedicated himself to your best real estate interests whether you are buying or selling your home! Bryan understands that Military Relocation can be complicated, but he makes it simple to understand. Your home is also one of the biggest investments that you will make.
Military Family Relocation Specialist
If you are moving to the area and desire immediate assistance, please give our team of Military Family Relocation Specialists a call at (618) 210-2451. Bryan and his team is an excellent resource for Military Families PCSing to Scott AFB, with extensive knowledge of the Metro East Area and the desired ability to understand and interpret client needs while assisting them in their home search. Our team has a unique insight into the process and how it can be streamlined to cause your family the least amount of stress. Email him at Bryan@BryanVogt.com.
Military Relocations can be complicated. Your house is not just an address. Your house is a place you call home, a place to call your own, and one of the biggest investments that you will make. As your Realtors® , Bryan and his team will dedicate themselves to your best real estate interests whether you are selling or buying a condo, townhouse or a detached home.
About Scott AFB
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE is in Illinois. It is located about 20 miles east of St. Louis near Belleville. The Shiloh Gate entrance is 1.5 miles southeast of Interstate 64 (Exit 19A) at Route 158. Scott AFB’s primary missions are managing a domestic aeromedical evacuation system, commanding and supervising all operational support airlift within the US and providing initial qualification training for C-9 pilots. The base is also home to five headquarters and a Reserve airlift wing. In addition, there are several tenant units, some directly supporting the base, and others carrying out their own missions using Scott facilities.
During World War I, in April of 1917, this area of Southwestern Illinois was chosen to be the Midwest training base and “flying field”. The name chosen, “Scott Field,” was that of Corporal Frank S. Scott, the first enlisted person to be killed in an aviation crash. Scott’s first flight occurred on September 2, 1917, in a Standard Trainer biplane. In 1918, the base designed two air ambulances by modifying Jenny aircraft to carry wounded servicemen. Thus the beginnings of aero medical evacuation which would later become a primary role for Scott AFB. Scott Field first held its open house on August 17, 1918. Scott AFB has served as headquarters for numerous commands. Today the Air Mobility Command and the United States Transportation Command call Scott AFB home. For additional information, check out the Scott AFB homepage.