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  • Outdoor fun supplies to move in May

    The Outdoor Recreation office and Information, Tickets and Travel office are scheduled to move to their new location beginning May 18 to prepare for the grand opening of their new location May 21.The new Outdoor Recreation Center will be the home of Outdoor Recreation and Information, Tickets and Travel and will offer more than three times the
  • Taking a look at the history of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

    Team Dover and military installations around the world are celebrating Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month during the month of May.During Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, Airmen are encouraged to take time to recognize and celebrate the dedicated service and contributions of Asian-Pacific Americans, both past and present, to the country and
  • The HAWC Walk is back!

    Take a three-mile walk with the 436th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Health and Wellness Center every Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Family Camp for the HAWC Walk. The HAWC Walk is a way for Team Dover members to get together to exercise during lunchtime starting now until October. "The HAWC Walk brings people together and is a great way to break up the day,
  • Volley of Airmen bringing the game to the court

    Volleyball season is here and Team Dover members are putting on their jerseys and practicing their bump, set and spikes to win the championship.The 436th Aerial Port Squadron and the 436th Logistics Readiness Squadron are tied for first place as other squadrons are working their way up the brackets. "The main thing about playing volleyball is to
  • Team Dover Airmen earn awards at NCOA

    Out of a class of more than 200 students, four Team Dover Technical Sergeants proved their excellence as three were awarded distinguished graduate and one was awarded the John L. Levitow award during their term at the Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, Non-Commissioned Officer Academy.The NCOA taught classes on leadership, communication skills, drill

    Most of us have been there at some point. We've faced overwhelming issues - crises that seemed would never end. To whom did you turn during those times? Was it a family member, a friend or a co-worker? Recent tragic events have highlighted that we as Airmen must become more involved with each other on a personal level. We need to build connections