Chief Master Sgt. Joseph Barron Jr., Air Mobility Command, command chief, spent two days with Dover's Airmen Sept. 6 and 7. The chief spent much of his time talking to Airmen and taking tours of facilities here. "I see your commander's motto and I immediately sense an attitude; that is a reflection
Distinguished visitors from around the state gathered together with members of the Dover Air Force Base community Monday to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new C-17 training facility and the arrival of C-17 Globemaster III aircraft at Dover. Though bittersweet because of the five-year anniversary
An Air Force Smart Operations 21 team from the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., visited Dover recently to gain valuable insight into how to "Lean" a work process. The Air Force is training 72 AFSO 21 Master Process Officers through a six-month certification
The Health and Wellness Center sponsored Dover Air Force Base's first Running Clinic at the track here Tuesday. The clinic is offered to the base community and designed to help participants understand running fundamentals and improve their run times, regardless of their running experience or level
When Cheryl Henner was awoken at 3 a.m. June 24 by a telephone call, she let it ring assuming it was a wrong number. When it rang for a second time minutes later, she knew it was about her husband deployed to Iraq. Master Sgt. Jeremy Henner, a 17-year explosives ordnance disposal technician, called
A high school student sits alone before eight judges. "What are your plans for a post-secondary education?" the judges ask him, trying to determine the character of the candidate who sits before them. "What is the hardest thing you have dealt with in your life?" "The death of my grandfather,"
Game one The 436th Medical Group remained scoreless through five innings of play in game one of Dover's intramural softball championship series against the 436th Logistics Readiness Squadron. The Medics had managed to get six batters on base but only one of their runners reached second. The Loggies
The crew compartment belonging to the C-5 Galaxy aircraft that fell less than a mile short of Dover Air Force Base's runway April 3 was recently salvaged and transported to be reused to benefit future C-5 aircraft crew training. The compartment, commonly referred to as the aircraft's "flight deck,"