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Last week I received devastating news. My wife and I were sitting on the couch, watching “The Voice” and perusing Facebook during commercial breaks, when I came across a status that shocked me to my core.A friend posted a status that our friend, Jeremy took his life. I couldn’t believe it. I had just seen Jeremy posting on social media not that
0 5/31
2016
Default Air Force Logo Senate confirms Miller's promotion to Lt. General
The Senate confirmed the following general officers for appointment to the grade of lieutenant general May 27, with assignment as indicated: Lt. Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., from Commander, United States Air Forces Central Command, Air Combat Command, Al Udeid, Qatar, to Deputy Commander, United States Central Command, MacDill Air Force Base,
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2016
Chief Master Sgt. Jeffrey Herold, 80th Aerial Port Squadron operations superintendent, reminds members to embrace the wingman concept and take care of one another during the 2nd Annual Port Dawg Memorial Run May 15, 2016 on Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia. The one-mile run is in honor of their fallen, both on and off the battlefield. During National Defense Transportation week, aerial port squadrons across the U.S. Air Force take this time to pay respect to those in their career field who have made the ultimate sacrifice. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. James Branch) Dobbins Airmen hold memorial run to honor fallen Port Dawgs, raise money for Fisher House Foundation
“We do this in honor of our fallen, both on and off the battlefield,” said Chief Master Sgt. Jeffrey Herold, 80th Aerial Port Squadron operations superintendent, and coordinator of the 2nd Annual 80th APS Port Dawg Memorial Run.After completing the one-mile run on May 15, he reminded squadron members that their profession can at times be dangerous,
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2016
Senior Airman Daniel Carpenter, 80th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation journeyman, received the news of his acceptance into the USAFA, military academy for officer candidates for the U.S. Air Force April 2016. Carpenter plans to become a pilot. Dobbins Airman to Academy cadet
A Dobbins Aerial Port Airman has been appointed to the United States Air Force Academy class of 2020.Senior Airman Daniel Carpenter, 80th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation journeyman, recently received the news of his acceptance into USAFA, a U.S. service academy that educates and trains cadets to become Air Force officers.“I’m still kind of
0 5/18
2016
Dobbins Airmen gathered at Verhulst Hall, May 14, 2016, to listen to Hershel Greenblat speak about his Holocaust survival during World War II. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Kelly Goonan) Trials and Tribulations
Dobbins Airmen gathered at Verhulst Hall on May 14 to listen to Hershel Greenblat speak about his Holocaust survival during World War II. Born inside a cave in Ukraine, Greenblat spent his first year and a half underground while his parents fought with resistance groups. He stressed the importance of his parents’ will to survive, even in the face
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2016
Mobile Communication Vehicle Exercise Team 3 members, John Jones, from the Atlanta Police Department Emergency Management Unit, Tech. Sgt. Stephen Athey, from the 94th Communications Squadron, and Conrad Pedersen from the 94th Mission Support Group, Emergency Management Unit, review exercise input during the 2016 Statewide Mobile Communication Vehicle (MCV) Functional Field Exercise (FFX) held at Stone Mountain State Park, Stone Mountain, Ga. May 2-6, 2016. The exercise presents a series of catastrophe type scenarios testing critical communication and coordination between MCV emergency response agencies from around the State of Georgia. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek) Team Dobbins sharpens skills in emergency response exercise
The 94th Emergency Management team paired with the 94th Communications Squadron to participate in the 2016 Statewide Mobile Communication Vehicle Functional Field Exercise held at Stone Mountain, Georgia, May 3-6.   The exercise tested the operation of mobile communication vehicles and their onboard communication equipment during an emergency
0 5/09
2016
Savage Race participants from Georgia experienced heart-pumping, adrenaline-rushing, difficult obstacles and more on April 9, 2016 in Dallas, Georgia during the obstacle course race. The Savage Race includes a running trail and challenging obstacles that were designed to push people to their physical limit and encourage teamwork. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lauren Douglas) Team Dobbins competes in Savage Race
Your heart is pumping, adrenaline rushing, and you’re pushing to your limit as you trek through an unfamiliar, wooded terrain. Your wingmen are at your side experiencing the same challenges, but still encouraging you to press forward. Your shoes are full of mud, your clothes soaked and clinging to your flesh. With all the seemingly difficult tasks
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2016
The 94th Force Support Squadron Civilian Personnel Office, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia, was recently recognized as the 2015 Civilian Personnel Program of the Year for Air Force Reserve Command, marking the fifth consecutive year the office has won the award. Pictured here (from left to right) are 94th CPO office members; Andrea Lard, Vanessa Miquel, David Pritchard, Stacy Tolston, and Kelly Kinsey.  (U.S. Air Force photo/ Don Peek) Civilian Personnel Office named best in the command, five years running
Air Force Reserve Command announced the winners of the 2015 Installation/Program awards, April 2016.The 94th Force Support Squadron Civilian Personnel Office was named Civilian Personnel Program of the Year, marking the fifth consecutive year the office has won the award.“They are people that truly care about every person on this base, not just the
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2016
Representatives from the United States Air Force Academy discuss enrollment opportunities with 2016 Academy Day attendees at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga., Apr 30, 2016. The annual event provides high school students the opportunity to meet with representatives from each of the service academies, including West Point, the U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the Coast Guard Academy, and the U.S. Merchant Marines Academy. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek) Aspiring candidates
A hangar full of cadet hopefuls, their parents, andrepresentatives from each U.S. service academy attended Academy Day held atDobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia, April 30, 2016. This annual event provides highschool students the opportunity to meet with admissions officers from each ofthe service academies and representatives from the Georgia
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2016
Military and civilian guests register as the Dobbins Business After Hours, held at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga. April 27, 2016. The program, sponsored by the 94th Airlift Wing is designed to join local community members and base personnel in an evening of interaction. Guests were treated to food prepared by Local restaurants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Don Peek) Dobbins hosts After Hours event for local businesses and leaders
Col. Steven Parker, 94th Airlift Wing, commander, welcomed distinguished guests and speakers to the Dobbins Business After Hours event held at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga. April 27, 2016. The program, sponsored by the 94th Airlift Wing is designed to join local community members and base personnel in an evening of interaction. Guests were treated
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