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  • Dover officer mentors Afghan soldiers

    KABUL AIR BASE, Afghanistan -- From firefighters to aircraft mechanics to squadron commanders, several Airmen are mentoring and training their Afghan National Army air corps counterparts as members of the Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan here in the nation's capital. It's a job

  • Rodeo team leader praises 3 top outstanding competitors

    Team Dover's team of 26 hand-picked Airmen, who represented the wing at Air Mobility Rodeo 2007 at McChord Air Force Base, Wash., returned Sunday. When their abilities were measured against 55 teams of Airmen, Marines, Coast Guardsmen and international competitors, Team Dover rocketed to the top as

  • Heritage to Horizons Air Force Ball

    Dover Downs Hotel & Conference Center, Sept. 15 beginning at 6 p.m. Ticket Cost: · E-1 through E-4, GS-1 through GS-9, and their guests: $18 · E-5 through E-6, GS-10, GS-11, O-1 through O-3, and their guests: $26 · E-7 through E-9, GS-12, O-4 and up, and their guests: $32 Entertainment: Swing to the

  • EOHCAMP - Added awareness key to success

    Air Mobility Command and contract inspectors visited Team Dover Tuesday through Thursday and evaluated the base during an environmental and occupational health compliance assessment and management program inspection. The EOHCAMP results are scheduled to be released to base officials late today.

  • Career field merger brings changes to OSS

    Team Dover's aircrew life support and survival equipment shops are currently merging into a new, combined career field named aircrew flight equipment. The two shops are merging together Air Force wide under an Air Mobility Command initiative. "Merging just makes sense because the two career fields

  • Dover rides into Rodeo 2007

    Dover's team of 26 hand-picked warriors arrived at McChord Air Force Base, Wash., and competed in the Air Mobility Rodeo 2007 Sunday through Thursday. Rodeo results are scheduled to be released today. "Rodeo showcases AMC's best of the best and allows us to train and learn through spirited

  • Airmen, Cadets team up for Warrior Run

    More than 700 Airmen and family members, including 12 U.S. Air Force Academy cadets, participated in the Team Dover's Warrior Run Tuesday. The Warrior Run's success came directly after Col. Steven Harrison, 436th Airlift Wing commander, announced that Dover Air Force Base is lagging in fitness

  • Child supervision guidelines help keep DAFB children safe

    Team Dover families and caregivers are reminded that following established base guidelines will help keep Eagle Wing children safe through the summer months. Dover Air Force Base Instruction 40-303, Child and Youth Supervision Guidelines, sets a structure for what is acceptable for a variety of