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  • Joey Logano makes a fast lap around Dover AFB

    Joey Logano, driver of the No. 22 Ford in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, landed at Dover AFB April 11, 2018, for a short tour showcasing the day-to-day teamwork and capabilities of Team Dover.Logano’s stop in Dover, Delaware was associated with NASCAR’s Victory Tour, where drivers are paired with particular race tracks such as the Dover
  • Team Dover welcomes new command chief

    Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Green joined Team Dover’s 436th Airlift Wing March 26, when he assumed the command chief position. As such, he serves as the senior enlisted member on the installation and represents the needs of the enlisted force.
  • Spouse Symposium prepares Team Dover spouses for job hunt

    Members of Dover AFB hosted the second annual Spouse Symposium March 7, 2018, intended to help spouses find gainful employment in the local area. Approximately 40 spouses and 20 local employers attended the event.
  • Team Dover’s Med Group advises on how to combat flu, stay ready

    “Influenza activity increased again according to the latest FluView report,” according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Situation Update: Summary of Weekly FluView Report published last week. “All U.S. states but Hawaii and Oregon continue to report widespread flu activity and the number of states experiencing high influenza-like illness activity increased to 43 states plus New York City, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.”
  • Herschel Walker: Champion of mental health

    Professional athlete, Herschel Walker spent two days with the Airmen of Team Dover Dec. 5-6, 2017, regaling his audiences with movie references, anecdotes and life experiences to raise awareness for the importance of mental health.
  • Team Dover reflects on hurricane relief efforts

    Team Dover supported sustained relief efforts throughout August, September and October, 2017, after Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria devastated Texas, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
  • Museum Volunteer Brings History to Life

    Students at Dover Air Force Base Middle School were recently treated to a special history lesson. Tricia Upchurch was filling in as a substitute teacher at the school when she noticed the students’ lesson plan included reading an article on women in aviation. She quickly coordinated with teachers and the school principal to set up a return visit.
  • Team Dover Hurricane Andrew survivor lends aid to coastal islands

    In August 1992, Hurricane Andrew made landfall near Homestead, Florida. With winds measured as high as 196 miles per hour, the small hurricane packed a mighty punch, destroying or damaging about 127,000 homes and causing $26.5 billion in damage. At the time, it was America’s most costly natural disaster. According to The Weather Chanel, Hurricane Andrew is considered the fourth worst hurricane in American history. Now, 25 years later, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria rocked the Atlantic in close succession. In fact, The Weather Channel already lists Harvey as the second costliest American hurricane, with estimated damage ranging from $70 to $108 billion.
  • Teamwork doesn’t seem like work: finance, contracting partner for great success

    Team Dover’s fiscal year 2017 ended differently than previous years. At midnight on Sept. 30, Team Dover had completed more than 900 contract actions, the sixth greatest value in Air Mobility Command.
  • Team Dover firefighter serves country, community

    Serving both his country and his community, Tech. Sgt. Scott Morisette, a firefighter with the Dover AFB Fire Department, also volunteers his off time as a volunteer firefighter in his local community. This gives him two reasons to be thanked for his service.
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