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  • Kids, Teachers learn Deployment Ops

    Military life can be difficult at times, especially when family members deploy for long periods of time. It can also be a challenge to find a way to explain the deployment process to younger loved ones and educators. Like many other bases, Team Dover hosts an annual event to educate military children and their teachers. At Dover AFB, this event is called Kids/Teachers Understanding Deployment Operations. The event is designed to simulate processing for an overseas deployment while also showcasing several Air Force career fields and how they contribute overall to Dover AFB. The main objective of KUDOS/TUDOS is for school-age children and teachers to experience what Airmen go through to get ready for supporting a deployment.
  • Eagle’s Rest Inn wins AF, AMC awards

    Representing Air Mobility Command, the Eagle’s Rest Inn was recently recognized as the winner of the Air Force 2018 Innkeeper Award in the small base category.
  • Dover Airmen practice readiness in Vengeant Eagle 2.0

    More than 250 Airmen participated in simulated deployment readiness activities during Exercise Vengeant Eagle 2.0 July 25-26, 2018, at Dover AFB. The exercise consisted of processing through personnel deployment and cargo deployment function lines, attending intelligence briefings and responding to simulated threats including Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear. In addition, the 436th Security Forces Squadron conducted their own exercise to test their ability to defend a deployed location in a contested and contaminated environment.
  • Team Dover helps combat pilot shortage

    Dover Airmen hosted students from the Aviation Character Education Flight Program for a tour July 19, 2018, at Dover Air Force Base, Del.
  • Children’s Theatre Puts on Summer Show

    The Missoula Children’s Theatre travels the world giving children a glimpse inside the world of entertainment and the preforming arts. In just five days, MCT takes children through the audition, rehearsal and performance process of a full-length musical.
  • Super Port: Moving passengers, cargo

    Free flights to beautiful vacation spots like Germany, Spain or California? Well, look no further than the 436th Passenger Terminal at Dover Air Force Base!
  • Army, Air Force join forces to save K9 tooth

    On April 12, 2018, members of the 436th Airlift Wing Dental Operations Flight gained a new patient that required them to put some of their unique capabilities to the test, here.A root canal was performed on Military Working Dog Karlo, an 80-pound Belgian Malinois assigned to the 436th Security Forces Squadron, because of an incident that occurred
  • AFMES embraces resiliency

    The Armed Forces Medical Examiner System held a town hall at the base theater here May 24, 2018.The town hall focused on workplace and summer safety, security awareness and resiliency.The day allowed AFMES personnel to hear from leadership, decompress from normal operations and were provided with information on ways to manage stress and take action
  • New C-5M Trainer helps Airmen excel

    Staff at the 373rd Training Squadron Detachment 3 have created a new C-5M Electrical Systems Trainer for students to learn their craft. Airmen pursuing a career in electrical and environmental systems on the C-5M Super Galaxy will have the opportunity to work on the trainer before being tasked to support an actual aircraft.