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Shannon Power, certified car seat technician, potions, uses a rolled-up diaper to help safely secure a 2-month-old child in his car seat Aug. 18, 2015, at the Child Development Center on Dover Air Force Base, Del. For rear facing car seats, the harness should be at or below the child’s shoulders; for smaller children the use of a rolled-up receiving blanket or diaper between the crotch of the car seat and newborn can be used to help them stay properly positioned in the seat. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Nichole McDannell, 436th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, buckles her son, Max, into his car seat Aug. 18, 2015, at the Child Development Center on Dover Air Force Base, Del. Children in forward facing car seats should have straps at or above the child’s shoulders and once secured, there should be no slack if pinched and the chest clips should be located at the armpits. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Lindsay Andersen, Delaware Office of Highway Safety fitting station coordinator, shows the location of the expiration date on a car seat Aug. 18, 2015, at the Child Development Center on Dover Air Force Base, Del. After a car seat has expired, it is best to destroy the car seat by cutting the straps, stripping the fabric and breaking the seat; this ensures the use of expired and unsafe car seats is hindered. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Lindsay Andersen, Delaware Office of Highway Safety fitting station coordinator, secures the base of an infant car seat after checking for proper anchor point placement Aug. 18, 2015, at the Child Development Center on Dover Air Force Base, Del. Car seats should be tightly secured and checked for no more than one inch of movement in either direction to help in the event of an accident. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Lindsay Andersen, Delaware Office of Highway Safety fitting station coordinator, shows Nichole McDannell, 436th Aerospace Medicine Squadron member and parent of 2-year-old Max and 2-month-old Kyle, the correct recline angle for a model infant car seat Aug. 18, 2015, at the Child Development Center on Dover Air Force Base, Del. The proper recline angle is important because of the possibility for newborn and young children’s airways to be blocked if they sit too upright. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Posted: 8/20/2015

Snapshot: Team Dover keeps airfield dry with new drainsSnapshot: Team Dover keeps airfield dry with new drains
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A crane operator maneuvers a concrete box on the flight line August 12, 2015, on Dover Air Force Base, Del. Workers will replace more than 3,705 feet of reinforced concrete piping with concrete box culverts during the construction project. The work is part of a $98.3 million runway repair project. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Posted: 8/19/2015

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An excavator removes concrete piping August 12, 2015, on Dover Air Force Base, Del. during Dover AFB’s $98.3M runway repair project. The old culvert material consists of hundreds of feet of reinforced concrete piping which is being replaced with a stronger, larger concrete box design. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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William Showacre, Allan Myers construction worker, writes on the concrete box culverts August 12, 2015, on Dover Air Force Base, Del. during Dover AFB’s $98.3M runway repair project. The numbers signify the location and number of concrete boxes used in the current culvert section. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Construction workers finesse a concrete box into position August 12, 2015 on Dover Air Force Base, Del. during Dover AFB’s $98.3M runway repair project. Each section of the culvert is placed, cinched, tarred, covered with dirt and compacted to ensure storm water does not leak and is effectively drained off the airfield. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Charles Rogers, Allan Myers construction worker, seals concrete box seams with tar August 12, 2015, on Dover Air Force Base, Del. Once dried, the boxes will then be covered and compacted with dirt to guarantee the culvert does not fluctuate over time. The work is part of a $98.3 million runway repair project. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Construction workers level dirt and stone August 12, 2015, on Dover Air Force Base, Del. Before laying the concrete boxes, a level and sturdy base must be set to ensure minimal shifting occurs during the lifetime of the culverts. The work is part of a $98.3 million runway repair project. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jared Duhon)
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Posted: 8/19/2015

C-5M Incentive flightC-5M Incentive flight
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Aircrew and incentive flyers pose together with the C-5M Super Galaxy of the 436th Airlift Wing after their flight Aug. 11, 2015, Dover Air Force Base, Del. The incentive flyers were award winners and observed a training mission that included air-refueling from a KC-135R Stratotanker of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard. (U.S. Air Force photo/Greg L. Davis)
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Posted: 8/19/2015

    

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