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Dover Air Force Base
436th AW Senior Leaders
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Retiree Activity Office
436 AW Retiree Activities Office
Bldg. 520 Room105
Dover, De 19902
Mon. to Fri. from 9-12)
(When Volunteers are available)
To schedule an appoitment for IDs:
Retiree Activity Information
Welcome to the 436th Air Wing Retired Activities Office Website.
Retiree activities offices are made up of volunteers from all services including surviving spouses. Our charter is to coordinate, establish and staff an office on an active-duty, reserve or guard base through command channels that will assist retirees with myriad actions. These actions include: serving as an information center for space-available travel, Tricare, base services, etc; offering referrals for financial-assistance and pay matters; and providing literature on retirement issues. Another major activity involves working with base agencies to set up Retiree Activity Day and publishing a yearly newsletter to all retirees.
We also have a very active retiree community volunteering their time in the following areas AMC Museum, Legal Office, Pharmacy, Laboratory, Passenger Terminal, Fitness Center and USO.
Eagle Retiree News
Serving the Dover AFB retiree community.
Eagle Retiree News July 1st
Eagle Retiree News Aug.15th
Retiree Newsletter Sept.
Areas to Volunteer
Dover RAO is in need of Volunteers in the following areas:
Retiree Activities Office
AFRC (Airman and Family Readiness Center)
AMC (Air Mobility Command) Museum
Pax Terminal (Passenger terminal)
Volunteer at the RAO office in Building 520, room 105, or call
Benefits of Volunteering
New studies provide information and more evidence that participations in volunteer activities may add years to an older person's life.
Volunteering, the studies say, have found that in many cases volunteering can improve health outcomes for retirees by expanding their social networks, increasing their access to resources and improving their sense of self-worth.
Air Force Retiree Services
Request Copies of Military Records
Social Security Administration
Department of Veterans Affairs
Disable American Veterans
DOD Air Force and Navy Lodging
Air Mobility Command Museum