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  • OST increases readiness, resilience

    In August 2020, Dover Air Force Base developed the Operational Support Team, a five-person medical team that embeds into units for three to four months focusing on preventative care. The team is made up of a physical therapist, physical therapy technician, a social worker, a psychologist and a strength coach, providing on-site care, training and preventative fitness and mental health techniques tailored to each squadron’s needs.
  • C-5 aircrew supports global airlift

    A Dover Air Force Base C-5M Super Galaxy sits on the flight line at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, July 13, 2021. Dover AFB C-5s provide outsized cargo delivery worldwide to meet Department of Defense, Department of State and presidential mobility requirements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Faith Schaefer)
  • Dover AFB assists Airmen during DFAC closure

    The Patterson Dining Facility closed for renovations on its electrical systems and walk-in refrigerator, July 12, 2021.  Dover Air Force Base leaders have initiated several programs and options for dorm residents to ensure quality of life during the closure.
  • Crowe takes command of 436th CS

    Col. Phelemon Williams, left, 436th Mission Support Group commander, passes the 436th Communications Squadron guidon to Lt. Col. Shawn Crowe, 436th CS commander, during a change of command ceremony at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, July 9, 2021. During the ceremony, Crowe took command from Lt. Col. Peter Dell’Accio. The 436th CS plans, installs,
  • CMSAF visits BWI Patriot Express COVID-19 testing facility

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass speaks with Airmen at the Patriot Express COVID-19 testing facility in the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Baltimore, July 8, 2021. Over 22,000 rapid, on-site, COVID-19 tests were administered by Air Force medical professionals deployed to Air Mobility Command aerial
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