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    436th Airlift Wing      

    Dover AFB, DE, US  

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    01.07.2017 | Photo by Mauricio Campino
    Airman 1st Class Laura Dolch, 436th Operations Support Squadron airfield management operations coordinator, conducts a runway condition reading...

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    AMC Museum rescues historic airlifter

    12.30.2016 | Story by Senior Airman Zachary Cacicia
    A true piece of American history that has sat in the Mojave Desert for decades and was slated to be turned into scrap metal will now have a new home at the Air Mobility Command Museum. A C-5M Super Galaxy, operated by the 709th Airlift Squadron, and an AMC Museum team traveled to Edwards Air Force Base, California Dec. 16 - 19, 2016, to transport portions of the Fairchild C-119B Flying Boxcar #48-0352 “Am Can Co Special” to the AMC...

    Dover AFB marks 75 years

    12.14.2016 | Story by Senior Airman Zachary Cacicia
    From World War II to the Global War on Terrorism, Dover AFB’s rapid global mobility mission has been at the forefront of American military might. Dec. 17, 2016, marks 75 years of American Air Power in Dover, Delaware. Just 10 days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Municipal Airport, Dover Airdrome, opened on Dec. 17, 1941, and was assigned to the 1st Air Force.

    Rubber removed to ensure flight safety

    11.07.2016 | Story by Senior Airman Zachary Cacicia
    The 436th Civil Engineer Squadron’s Heavy Repairs Flight, also known as the ‘Dirt Boys,’ in coordination with the 436th Operations Support Squadron’s Airfield Management, conducted rubber removal operations on Runway 14-32 Nov. 1, 2016, at Dover AFB. “Every time an aircraft lands on the runway, its wheels leave a deposit of rubber behind,” said Staff. Sgt. Whitney Schmitt, 436th OSS Airfield Management NCO in charge of...

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