An Air Mobility Command Test and Evaluation Squadron team visited Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 14-15, 2021, to test the capabilities of the modified 358 Quick Don Demist oxygen mask.
Col. Matthew Jones, 436th Airlift Wing commander, celebrates with colleagues following his fini flight at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, May 4, 2021. A “fini flight” is an Air Force tradition where an Airman and their family celebrate their final flight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class
The 436th Maintenance Squadron technicians still keep the mission going despite COVID-19, ensuring the C-5s of the world’s greatest Air Force are up and running.
A change in policy marked the first time in approximately 20 years that the names of dedicated crew chiefs were unveiled on an Air Mobility Command C-5M Super Galaxy and C-17 Globemaster III.
Approximately 40,000 people visited Dover AFB for the 2019 Thunder Over Dover Air Show and Open House Sept. 14-15, 2019.
The sounds of cranking bolts and clanking ratchets filled the air at Detachment 3 during a C-5M Super Galaxy engine-changing course, here.Airmen from the 60th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and 725th Air Mobility Squadron attended the class, which was hosted by the 373rd Training Squadron Detachment
Kurt Busch, driver of the No. 41 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford Fusion car, flies in a C-5M simulator May 3, 2018, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Along with the C-5, Busch also flew a C-17 Globemaster III simulator later that day. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Zoe M. Wockenfuss)
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- The Air Mobility Command commander has directed a stand-down of C-5 flying operations at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, following a second malfunction of C-5 nose landing gear within the last 60 days. The stand-down was directed July 17.