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  • Snapshot: Team Dover celebrates 69 years of heritage

    Team Dover’s most senior and junior members along with Dan Clark, guest speaker, prepare to cut the cake during the Air Force Ball Sept. 17, 2016, at Dover Downs in Dover, Del. It is Air Force tradition for the most senior and most junior members to cut the cake. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior

  • Computer-based reporting system ensures base compliance with Clean Air Act

    Welcome everyone who has recently transferred here from other locations in and around the Air force. At Dover AFB, all employees who drive their privately owned vehicles on base for work 60 days or more a year are required to complete their vehicle registration in the Employee-vehicle Certification

  • Unique C-5 completes Major ISO inspection

    Dover AFB is home to a fleet of 18 C-5M Super Galaxy intercontinental-range strategic airlifters, the Air Force’s largest transport aircraft. It is also home to the Air Force’s only facility capable of conducting Major Isochronal Inspections on C-5 aircraft.

  • Texas hospitality comes to Dover

    Every year since 1998, chambers of commerce all over the country have been vying for the coveted Abilene Trophy. The trophy, formally known as the Air Mobility Command Community Support Award, is sponsored by the Abilene Chamber of Commerce. Abilene, Texas is home to Dyess Air Force Base.

  • Snapshot: Sixteen go off the grid in Special Ops Challenge

    A Special Ops Challenge participant logs one of 10 laps during the 500-meter swim June 14, 2016, at the Oasis Pool on Dover Air Force Base, Del. Sixteen Team Dover members entered the challenge consisting of five events that challenged their speed and stamina. (U.S. Air Force photo/Roland Balik)

  • CES to complete near decade long power project

    The 436th Civil Engineer Squadron is putting on the finishing touches to complete a near decade long project to upgrade and relocate power lines from overhead power poles to an underground system.