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  • 436th APS Super Port lives up to name

    To passersby, the 436th Aerial Port Squadron looks like a normal warehouse found on nearly any Air Force base.In the past year however, the 436th APS moved 170,492 tons of cargo, downloaded 269,301 pieces from trucks, provided travel for 30,164 Space-A/Space-R passengers, and handled 7,652 aircraft,

  • Cops handcuff APS 11-7

    In his eight years as a member of the 436th Security Forces Squadron softball team, Rick Barker had never pitched a game.Barker has now found a new niche.Combined with Barker's pitching and his team's solid defense and timely hitting, the Cops defeated the 436th Aerial Port Squadron 11-7 in an

  • Comm unplugs MXS 20-18 in season opener

    The 436th Communications Squadron and the 436th Maintenance Squadron started off the 2010 Dover Air Force Base intramural softball season in dramatic fashion in a National League game at the base softball field on June 15.Providing the drama was Comm catcher Beau Brouillette.Brouillette belted a

  • Air Force awarded top honors for excellence in public relations

    The U.S. Air Force received top honors June 3 at the Public Relations Society of America's annual Silver Anvil Awards Ceremony at the Equitable Tower in New York City. This is the first time the Air Force has received the PRSA's most esteemed, "Best of Silver Anvil" Award, recognized as the civilian

  • Finding your health ‘up in smoke?’

    Every six seconds, a person dies from the use of tobacco.If current trends continue, an estimated one billion people will die during the 21st Century, according to statistics from the World Health Organization website.However, there is one man from Dover Air Force Base will never become a part of

  • Children to learn about deployment through Mobility Line

    The 436th Force Support Squadron Airman and Family Readiness Center is hosting the 6th Annual Children's Mobility Line June 25 from 8:40 - 11 a.m. at the Youth Center. The event is to educate military children from all branches of service about the experience their parents go through prior to

  • Summer safety: Preventing Child Abduction

    With summer here, children are out of school and have more time to spend outdoors or with friends. Unfortunately, this also means that they are more at risk from a group of people that would do them harm - child predators.About 260,000 children are abducted every year in the United States, and about

  • Have no fear - the ice cream truck is here!

    The 436th Force Support Squadron Eagle Lanes Bowling Center is now offering frozen treats on wheels at Dover Air Force Base for the summer season.The ice cream truck offers a variety of 11 flavors of frozen dessert and it is easily identified - just follow the music. Some of the flavors offered are

  • Job applications go online

    Non-appropriated funds jobs were being placed online June 1 to allow applicants to apply via the internet.This new system allows applicants to apply for multiple positions while only filling out one online application, cutting down paper usage and allowing some civilians who don't have base access a