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  • All-black flight crew hosts cadets

    An all-black flight crew hosted a group of Air Force ROTC and Junior ROTC cadets to support the U.S. Air Force initiative to increase diversity, highlight the importance of education and demonstrate Dover AFB’s role in global mobility and national defense.
  • Proud to be AMC: MAJCOM’s new command chief visits DAFB

    On his very first official base visit, Chief Master Sgt. Terrence Greene, command chief of Air Mobility Command, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, met with the Airmen, family members and civic leaders of Team Dover Feb. 7-8.
  • What you should know about filing 2018 taxes

    Tax season is here, and the Dover Legal Office is encouraging everyone to begin preparations early.
  • Legends made at the 436th AW 2018 Annual Awards

    The 436th Airlift Wing recognized this year’s military and civilian “legends” during the 2018 Annual Awards Ceremony held Feb. 1, 2019, at the Rollins Center in Dover Downs Hotel and Casino, Dover, Delaware.Embracing a “Legends of Tomorrow” theme, nearly 340 fellow Team Dover members, honorary commanders, local civic leaders, community partners,
  • USO - serving those who serve

    DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del. – This week, the USO celebrated its 78th birthday. Since 1941, the USO has been committed to serving U.S. men and women in uniform, all around the globe. Located on Dover AFB, USO Delaware continually supports our service members and their families.
  • CDCC hosts Millitary Affaire

    The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual Military Affaire Jan. 23, 2018, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. This social event encourages military and civic leaders to come together and strengthen partnerships for future initiatives.
  • Don’t allow mediocrity to become your gold standard

    A new year brings new challenges and obstacles to us all, whether personally, professionally or financially. This can come in the form of an unanticipated deployment or assignment, an unexpected car repair or a failure to receive the next stripe or promotion you felt you deserved. Therefore, we must creatively develop a new plan of attack and a new mindset to take on these challenges, to be victorious and win at life. In order to overcome these types of hurdles life places in our paths, we must first take responsibility and accountability for our actions or the lack thereof. After some thoughtful consideration and deep reflection, I discovered one thing that sabotages us all when faced with new challenges and obstacles – mediocrity
  • Pharmacy volunteer force

    “Not every base [pharmacy] has this many volunteers that are willing to sacrifice their personal time to serve our beneficiaries,” said Maj. Jin Kim, 436th Medical Group pharmacy flight commander. “Pharmacy volunteers are an integral part of our pharmacy team; they help keep the patient wait time to a minimum, and since most of them are veterans, they are able to interact with our patients on a more personal level.”
  • Area Defense Counsel has a new home

    The Area Defense Counsel has a brand-new office in room 203 of Building 262 on Chad Street. Its old office in Building 263 is vacant and scheduled to be demolished, but despite the construction fence and caution tape, Airmen are still looking for the ADC in the empty building next door.Chances are, you have seen advertisements for the ADC on unit