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  • Bedrock: Dover AFB’s innovation foundation

    Dover is one of about 40 bases in the Air Force that have Phoenix Spark labs where Airmen can meet to discuss processes, propose ideas and find solutions to resolve problems.The terms “Phoenix Spark lab” and “innovation lab” are interchangeable, sharing the same goal: empowering Airmen to develop

  • Thunder Over Dover thrills Delmarva

    More than 50,000 people visited Dover AFB for the 2017 Thunder Over Dover Open House and Airshow August 26–27. The event featured more than 20 aerial and ground performances from multiple military and civilian performers, as well as static displays of dozens of the Air Force’s most iconic aircraft

  • Snapshot: Australian strongman practices pulling a C-17

    From the flight deck, Master Sgt. Christine King, top left, and Tech. Sgt. Brinnae Wigley, top right, both 712th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chiefs, watch Cmdr. Grant Edwards, Australian Federal Police, Embassy of Australia, Washington, D.C., repositions himself on his third attempt at

  • Sitterly visits Team Dover, annual awards nominees

    Daniel Sitterly, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, traveled from his office in the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., to meet Team Dover’s annual award nominees here on February 3rd.

  • Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight ensures installation water quality

    When you turn on your sink faucet, do you know what comes out? Members of the 436th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight do.This flight is responsible for testing and overseeing contracted water testing of the entire Dover AFB water supply and ensuring a healthy community