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  • Reach 806: A shot in the dark

    The dark night sky blanketed the airspace above Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. Through the lenses of his night vision goggles, Capt. Joshua Jordan and 1st Lt. Nathan Creech, both 3rd Airlift Squadron pilots, prepared to land their C-17 Globemaster III, call sign Reach 806,

  • Award-winning AMC Museum adapts to COVID-19

    The Air Mobility Command Museum, dedicated to airlift and air refueling history, has been operating under partial reopening guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic as museum personnel continue daily operations on a reduced scale after Health Protection Condition Bravo and Phase I restrictions were

  • Everybody deserves acceptance

    Chief Master Sgt. Jeremiah Grisham, 436th Mission Support Group superintendent, knew as a young Airman that he wanted to be a chief one day in his Air Force career.Having family members who served in the military, the armed forces offered him an opportunity to live on his own and learn valuable

  • Are You Okay?

    It’s 2010 and Airman 1st Class Leonard James’ phone vibrates silently in his pocket; he quickly reaches down and sends the call to voicemail.“I was in class and we weren’t supposed to have our phones,” the now staff sergeant recalls.James was at Port Hueneme Naval Base, California, a technical

  • 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.

  • Undercover boss turned ISO Dock mom

    Throughout 2016, Team Dover’s Isochronal Inspection Dock was in the midst of a leadership turnover. They heard they were getting a new commander, and that commander would be a woman.

  • Base, community supports civilian Airman in time of need

    “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” Everyone has heard or read this proverbial phrase – often seen on Facebook, motivational posters and tee shirts – routinely used to encourage people suffering through hardships.If anyone embodies this concept, it’s Mary Pinkett, 436th Force Support

  • Comprehensive Airman Fitness: Spiritually centered

    When someone is described as spiritual, what does that mean to you? Do you think of a prominent historical religious icon, a famous television evangelist or perhaps a mystic studying arcane teachings?