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    Accelerate Change of Lose - MCA

    Accelerate Change of Lose - MCA

    03.08.2022 | Courtesy Video
    In the final video of the three-part series, Dover Air Force Base leadership discusses the Multi-Capable Airmen concept and how Dover AFB is...

    Recent News Stories

    Servant Leaders

    Servant Leaders

    04.25.2022 | Courtesy Story
    Many individuals feel that servant leadership is an oxymoron because they do not feel they can serve and lead at the same time: they are...

    One word

    04.25.2022 | Courtesy Story
    Deliver! That’s the mission statement of the 436th Airlift Wing. If you’re like me and have a hard time remembering mission statements that are more than a few words, then you’ll appreciate the simplicity of this mission statement.

    Dover CGOC earns national recognition

    04.01.2022 | Story by 2nd Lt. Mallory Ambrose
    DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del. – Dover Air Force Base’s Company Grade Officers’ Council won the 2021 National CGOC of the Year award, March 21, 2022. Dover AFB’s CGOC bested approximately 100 other councils to earn the top spot.

    Choose your hard

    03.21.2022 | Courtesy Story
    I attended a church service a few weeks ago when I was home for a visit and my pastor preached a sermon on, “Choosing your hard.” He pointed out that every day we are faced with choices that will have second and third order impacts on our lives. Even not making a choice is a decision that can still affect each and every one of us. One of the points he read from the inspirational quotation that was discussed was about communication. My...

    Seeking feedback

    03.21.2022 | Courtesy Story
    Concepts like transparency, feedback and vulnerability are common throughout leadership books, articles, discussions and courses. Although these concepts are all extremely important, they are meaningless without context. For instance, many will state that vulnerability is fundamental to leadership or complain that organizational processes are not transparent. Many may even claim they don’t receive feedback, a complaint that I hear much too...

    Recent Audio

    Recent Publications

    The Airlifter - 11.13.2018

    11.13.2018 | Courtesy Publication
    Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Unfortunatley, many service members will be seperated from thier families this holiday season. Lucky for...

    The Airlifter - 10.19.2018

    10.19.2018 | Courtesy Publication
    Commentary detailing one Airman's experience while volunteering with the Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape Specialist

    Podcasts

    The Bedrock Podcast

    The Bedrock Podcast, brought to you by the Dover Spark Lab, covers a variety of topics and issues affecting Airmen of all ranks offering a...