• Comprehensive Airman Fitness: Mental stability

    For a machine to function properly, the screws must be set, balance maintained and gaskets must be in good repair. Maybe that’s why mental instability is often characterized as having a loose screw, being out of balance or blowing a gasket.

  • 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.

  • Dover AFB hosts first ground transportation rodeo

    Approximately 25 Airmen participated in the first ground transportation rodeo here Dec. 2, 2016.A total of six, two-man teams from Team Dover’s 436th Logistics Readiness Squadron and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst’s 87th LRS out of New Jersey showcased their abilities during the competition.

  • 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

  • Snapshot: Sparky reads to CDC members

    Staff Sgt. Julio Madera, 436th Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Department lead fire inspector, reads to children during Fire Prevention Week Oct. 14, 2016, at the Child Development Center on Dover Air Force Base, Del. The department led approximately 10 public events during the week to share fire

  • Snapshot: DAFB First Responders set aside day for Exceptional Families

    Senior Airmen James Marker and Jamie Perigny, 436th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters, help Merric Hunt, son of Master Sgt. Adam Hunt, 436th Maintenance Squadron Isochronal Maintenance Dock chief, try on firefighting bunker gear during the Dover Air Force Base First Responders’ Special Needs Day