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  • Weed by any other name is still illegal

    From 1996 to today, 30 states have legalized medical marijuana, as well as Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico, according to NCSL.org. Of those 30 states, 10 have passed legislation legalizing adult use. Although this trend matches a 2018 Pew Research Center survey suggesting that six out of 10 Americans support marijuana legalization, the United States military still maintains a zero tolerance policy for marijuana use, regardless of form.
  • Airman gets ghoulish for Halloween

    Military members across the globe sometimes find unique ways to celebrate the holidays. Halloween can be a great opportunity for families to celebrate fall fun on and off base. Master Sgt. Kevin Veneman, 436th Security Forces Squadron NCO in charge of commercial vehicle inspection, takes decorating for that specific holiday to the next level for base residents to enjoy.
  • The MHS Nurse Advice Line is only a call or click away

    Late on a cold night in January, a worried mother picked up her phone and made a call. Her 5-year-old child had been vomiting on and off for three hours, she told the registered nurse.
  • 100th anniversary of the 1918 flu pandemic

    With an estimated 50 million deaths worldwide and nearly 500 million infected, the 1918 Influenza Pandemic stands as one of the worst pandemics in world history.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, the odds were stacked against the world as the pandemic struck in the
  • Safeguarding the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure

    Imagine for a moment waking up in sweat; your air conditioning is off, no lights in your house work, your food in the fridge is spoiling by the minute and your phone that was supposed to be charging overnight is out of power.
  • Thanksgiving Helpings of Safety

    Thanksgiving is the leading day for home-cooking fires and Dover AFB Fire Emergency Services is calling on cooks across the installation to include fire safety in their recipes!
  • Online Safety at Work

    Maintaining online safety at your workplace is just as important as online safety at home. In today’s ever-growing technological era, cyber and computer occupations have grown rapidly. In this day and age, as technology advances quickly, so do computer exploits and vulnerabilities. This has forced cyber professionals to consistently adapt to the changes regularly occurring on the virtual web. This article will provide helpful tips to stay safe and potentially ahead of reoccurring cyber-attacks.
  • So, you want to work in Cybersecurity?

    I know that most of us have heard or seen the ads on the radio, TV and internet. Cybersecurity is an in-demand and ever-growing career field. Cyber threats increase every day, and companies need people to protect their information.
  • Brian Cullen, a lifetime of fighting fires

    After 35 years of fighting fires as a U.S. Air Force service member, Brian Cullen is now a civilian Airman with the 436th Civil Engineer Squadron at Dover AFB and will continue his government service as the assistant fire chief for an additional three years.
  • Be aware of breast cancer, domestic violence

    October, national breast cancer and domestic awareness month, can be a busy month with the holiday season approaching, but that doesn’t mean it’s a time to forget the risks of breast cancer and domestic violence for both men and women.