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  • Through Airmen's Eyes: Team Dover Airman improves process

    The appointment letter process is sometimes a difficult process, plaguing Airmen with redundancies, errors, disorganization, and time waste. This may all soon end because of one Team Dover Airman who created a new process that may soon spread throughout the Air Force and possibly the entire

  • I mustache you a question, Team Dover

    From the follically-challenged to the seasoned veterans who've grown full-fledged lip foliage, Team Dover has taken the Air Force-wide Mustache March challenge, laid down by Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force, to heart."Now, I don't know but I don't think we've had an

  • 5-year old wins 1st place in AF ‘U Got Talent’

    Imagine getting on a stage and singing in front of a group of strangers for a talent competition, your nerves and adrenaline have you trembling while trying to remember the words of your song and hitting that perfect note. Now imagine doing that and only being five-years-old.That's exactly what

  • Through Airmen's Eyes: Priest, Chaplain, Airman

    It is said you can't teach an old dog new tricks, but one Team Dover Airman has proven this old idiom incorrect. When this Airman applied to join the Air Force, he was 43 years old, had a medical history that included torn anterior cruciate ligaments in both knees, and had a plethora of life

  • Through Airmen's Eyes: A firefighting legacy

    An Airman who has been fighting fires since the age of 14, follows in his father's footsteps to become an Air Force firefighter.Airman 1st Class Logan Brouse, 436th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, has excelled in almost all things Air Force and firefighting in his short, but noteworthy career.

  • Air Force pilot program: All Things Financial

    Money makes the world go round, or so the saying goes. When returning from deployment, preparing for a TDY, or the ever common computer error, Airmen must be ready to support the mission.The mission cannot work effectively with lost man hours from Airmen trying to fix pay problems that may or may

  • Sandwich line: Sacrificing your time for others

    Spirituality means different things to different people. For some it means going to church or listening to inspirational music. For a few Team Dover members, it is the opportunity to serve and give back to others. Dover Airmen volunteered at the Salvation Army's soup kitchen to help families in need

  • BASH: Keeping birds away from birds

    Team Dover has about $5.8 billion worth of C-17 Globemaster III and C-5M Super Galaxies, which deliver 25 percent of the Air Forces' global airlift mission.A single bird can cause damage to an aircraft and in a critical phase of flight such as take-off or landing, it can cause an aircraft to go

  • Through Airmen’s Eyes: award winning Airman

    It's not often we get the opportunity to fulfill a childhood dream and serve your country at the same time.Airman 1st Class Savella Constancio, 436th Airlift Wing Judge Advocate military justice paralegal, has come a long way from her backyard in Texas to being recognized as Team Dover's Airman of

  • The video age arrives at Team Dover

    A picture is worth a thousand words, so what is five minutes of video worth? Forms of communication in news organizations have been changing exponentially since the development and integration of both multimedia and social media. The 436th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Office now has a new way to