• Chiefs' longtime rivalry still going strong

    A sit-down interview with two chief master sergeants at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, recently mirrored a casting call for the next rendition of a “Grumpier Old Men” movie. The lightning fast quips and slams shared between Bryan Ford and Robert Wright dates back to the 1980s, when the two lived

  • Liberty Wing trains at Patriot Warrior

    Citizen Airmen from the 512th Civil Engineer Squadron joined other Air Force Reserve Airmen for two weeks in August during the Patriot Warrior exercise, here. “Patriot Warrior exercises the wartime skills of several different communities within the Air Force,” said Senior Master Sgt. Matthew Hill,

  • Dover Reserve wing trains with Coast Guard

    A Dover Air Force Base Airman is basket lifted by a Coast Guard H-65 Dolphin helicopter during water survival training Aug. 6, 2016 at Bowers Beach, Del. Airmen with the 512th and 436th Airlift Wings performed water survival training focusing on treading water, raft survival, and the basket-lift

  • Team Dover provides subsistence, hope to Honduras

    Joint Task Force-Bravo personnel are ambassadors in the Central American region working to improve the cooperation between the U.S. and the people here in the area. To gain the trust and respect of a nation, it is important to have a working relationship with its government and the people who live

  • Dover reservists fly to Florida for Liberty Sands

    About 100 members in 14 Air Force career fields from Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, embarked upon Liberty Sands - a six-day, off-station training event for the 709th Airlift Squadron March 29 to April 2 at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida.

  • Fog doesn't stop Dover mission

    Tech. Sgt. Christine King, 512th Airlift Wing, helps active-duty Airmen prior to the C-17 Globemaster III aircraft launch on Dover Air Force Base, Del., March 17, 2016. Reservists and active-duty Airmen work side-by-side daily in maintenance and other career fields, fostering Total Force Integration

  • Liberty Wing now controls weekend fitness assessments

    The 512th Airlift Wing assumed control of reservists' physical fitnessassessment here, during the Unit Training Assemblies, beginning November7.This is the first time the Liberty Wing has conducted their owntesting since 2009, when each unit evaluated their own members."The goalis to reduce the