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  • Dover program enhances leadership

    The Air Force places a premium on developing people. With educated, motivated and healthy individuals, the Air Force will become a better team. However, any team's mission can be hindered by stressed individuals. Many people have problems that lead to stress. To solve these problems they often seek

  • The Moore family: lifetimes of service

    They've fought terrorism in the Middle East and flown missions into Kosovo. They've served in Desert Storm, Vietnam, Korea and both World Wars. They fought on both sides of the Civil War and struggled to win our nation its independence from Britain. This example of dedicated American military

  • Honor: The integrity, service, excellence of the Dover AFB Honor Guard

    Integrity, service, excellence; these three words are the basis of what it means to be an Airman in the United States Air Force. The honor guard here is no exception. The honor guard members are chosen for their singular dedication to the integrity, service and excellence it takes to bring honor to

  • Uncovering the ‘ghosts’ of Halloween’s past

    The hands of the old clock stand vertical as tiny ghoulish creatures pass to and fro', their heads measuring eye to eye with the ghostly fog, snaking around the buildings, houses and yards. The streets of Eagle Heights, which were once the pride of the command for their beautiful houses and

  • Conquering willpower and crossing the finish line - one marathoner's story

    It was once said, "the will to persevere is often the difference between failure and success."Most participants of a marathon prove this verse to be true, they do not run the race to win it - they run the race to finish. The battle a marathoner struggles with is the will from within. It is a

  • Haiti: A rewarding experience

    Haiti, the small island beset by terrible earthquakes in January 2010, was the target of aid from many countries around the globe, not the least of which the United States, it's neighbor to the north.Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas, and the massive earthquake, which shook it down to its

  • Riding for life - in the eyes of a Green Knight

    The Green Knight is a character in a 14th-century Arthurian poem who is known as one of King Arthur's greatest champions and one of the most powerful knights in his courts. A knight not only holds honorable military rank, they are bound to leading a life of chivalrous conduct - following a code of

  • SFS Airman selected to represent Dover in Tops In Blue

    After placing and winning in various singing contests such as AMC Icon, one Team Dover member has finally caught the 'brass ring.' Technical Sgt. Letisia Eddy, 436th Security Forces Squadron, was selected to perform with the Tops In Blue. Tops In Blue is an expeditionary entertainment unit that

  • A young life saved by a donor

    Here is a message from a strong-minded, beautiful little girl who has experienced so much in her nine years of life; "become a bone marrow donor, because it saved my life." Karina Sones, daughter of Col. Dwight Sones, 436th Airlift Wing vice commander, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia

  • Caring for those who care for the fallen, their families

    "Dignity, honor, respect for the fallen ... Care, service, support for their families," this is the mantra of the Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations Center and for the men and women who work here it is at the heart of what they do. The unique work takes a lot out of a person physically,