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  • A new era of military healthcare

    As part of a world-wide Department of Defense project, the 436th Medical Group is implementing a new electronic medical record system called the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application, or AHLTA, beginning July 10, which is designed to replace current paper-based records with a permanent, computer-based patient record accessible to
  • USO opens new dependants' lounge at Dover AFB terminal

    The United Services Organization of Delaware cut the ribbon on the new dependants lounge at the 436th Aerial Port Squadron Passenger Terminal June 14.The lounge is a two-room children's play area and nursery with brightly painted murals covering the walls."The grant was a $5,000 'Minnie' grant given by the Walt Disney Corporation," said Joan Cote,
  • C-5 accident investigation board complete

    The results of an investigation into the C-5 Galaxy crash April 3 here found that human error was the cause, Air Mobility Command officials released Tuesday. The results were briefed at the Landings Club to representatives of Delaware's congressional delegation, local elected and civic leaders, and to members of the press by Col. Raymond Torres,
  • Security forces: 100% security 100% of the time

    Within minutes of Team Dover's first-ever C-5 mishap April 3, the 436th Security Forces Squadron began providing around-the-clock coverage to secure the mishap site. When Tech Sgt. Gregory Pendleton, 436th SFS flight chief, arrived at the scene, he immediately took charge of the situation. "When I arrived on scene, I met up with the fire chief and
  • Beautifying Dover Air Force Base one day at a time ... starting today

    What's one way to instill pride in ownership and help present Dover Air Force Base with a professional appearance for visitors and newcomers? How about an official day designated as "Dover Base Cleanup?" That's just what today is. "It is a one-day event to remind organizations that they have a part in keeping the base looking professional," said
  • Dover officer receives bronze star

    A Dover security forces officer was awarded one of the highest medals in the Air Force after spending six months deployed to Iraq. First Lieutenant Charity Winters, 436th Security Forces Squadron, received a Bronze Star May 30, for her leadership while deployed in Iraq. The Bronze Star Medal is awarded to any person who distinguishes themselves by
  • Tribute to living legacy moves on: P-51 departs Dover for Seymore-Johnson

    The Air Mobility Command Museum's P-51 Mustang display, modeled after the Tuskegee Airmen's legendary red-tailed fighter, will be moved to its new home at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Saturday. The aircraft has helped educate museum visitors about the accomplishments of the distinguished Word War II heroes for more than 10 years here. The
  • 2006 Dover Intramural Volleyball Championship: LRS plunders CES (B) 2 - 0 for title

    The defending champions - the 436th Logistics Readiness Squadron - pounded the 436th Civil Engineer Squadron (B) team to claim the 2006 Dover Intramural Volleyball title May 19. "It felt awesome to take the championship for the second time," said Master Sgt. David Johnson, LRS coach. The Loggies spent much of the season undefeated at the top of the
  • Shaping future for Airmen: Community Assessment Survey provides venue for improvement

    The Integrated Delivery System Working Group is sponsoring the 2006 Community Assessment Survey of servicemembers and their spouses. "The survey is the best way for Air Force community members to make their opinions and needs known, said Marti Hosterman, 436th Services Squadron Family Member Programs Chief and Dover Air Force Base's IDS
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