• Bitter Sweet Retirement: Tail Number 79-0433

    On April 26, 2022, one of the Air Force’s most reliable birds spread its wings for the final time.  After nearly 42 years of service, KC-10A Extender Tail Number 79-0433 flew out of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., and headed for retirement.  From its beginnings in California as a test

  • The Blueprint: Roadmap to Enlisted Force Development

    The Blueprint serves as a foundational document to link enlisted development — from entry to departure. This new document is one of 28 Enlisted Force Development Action Plan (EFD-AP) objectives focused on developing tomorrow’s enlisted Airmen … today.

  • Air Mobility Command reopens Space-Available travel

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – As of 22 April, 2022, all restrictions on space-available (Space-A) travel have been lifted. The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense temporarily suspended most Space-A travel aboard Air Mobility Command and contracted aircraft, effective March 21, 2020 in order to

  • Dover AFB leaders support Month of the Military Child proclamation signing

    Team Dover leadership along with students and faculty from Major George S. Welch Elementary School stand with Delaware Gov. John Carney after signing a document proclaiming April as the Month of the Military Child in Dover, Delaware, April 12, 2022. The Month of the Military Child was established in

  • 2022 SAPR Flip Flop 5k promotes awareness, prevention

    Participants in the 2022 Sexual Assault Awareness Prevention Month Flip Flop 5K Walk approach the end of the course on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 15, 2022. Over 300 Airmen, civilian employees and family members participated in the event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

  • Liberty Limelight: MSgt Michael Workman

    Master Sgt. Michael Workman, 512th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, holds a 3D-printed C-5M Super Galaxy crosshead April 2, 2022, at the Bedrock Innovation Lab on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.

  • Pallet utilization system aims to maximize space

    The Configured Air Load Building Tool scans cargo at the 436th Aerial Port Squadron on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 8, 2022. The system was developed as part of the "Aerial Port of the Future" initiative to maximize pallet space utilization. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Chuck

  • Team Dover leadership signs SAAM proclamation

    From the left, Senior Airman Devin Evans, 436th Maintenance Group volunteer victim advocate; Col. Matt Husemann, 436th Airlift Wing commander; Col. Doug Stouffer, 512th AW commander; Gail Reed-Attoh, 436th AW sexual assault response coordinator; and Kimberly McGill, 436th Civil Engineer Squadron