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Col. Heath Nuckolls, 94th Airlift Wing commander, left, presents command of the 94th Operations Group to Col. Steve Clayton, right, during an official assumption of command ceremony here Nov. 5. Familiar face takes over as 94th Operations Group commander
Bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to the command, Col. Steve Clayton took the reigns of the 94th Operations Group in an assumption of command ceremony Nov. 5. Col. Heath Nuckolls, 94th Airlift Wing commander, welcomed Colonel Clayton back to Dobbins. "He's bringing some real expertise to the Ops Group," said Colonel Nuckolls. "I'm happy
0 11/27
2006
Unveiling the plaque were its key contributors William Price and Art Starratt.  The words were inspired by Mr. Price who recounted his feelings while serving in a Japanese POW camp.  The image is of Mr. Starratt.  "The Germans took a great portrait of me," laughed Mr. Starratt as he made comments to the audience.  Starratt was a bombardier on a B-17 and was photographed by German soldiers after he regained consciousness and struggled away from his downed plane.  Still in his flight gear, Mr. Starratt's image readily conveys the theme of the park relating to the anguish of prisoners. Annual Tree Planting Ceremony expands to include plaque dedication
The Dobbins POW/MIA Memorial Park took another small step toward its completion as the first of four memorial plaques was dedicated in September. The park is the site of the annual Living Memorial ceremony, but since its completion by the 94th Civil Engineer Squadron early last year, it's also becoming a memorial park with plaques honoring
0 10/31
2006
Default Air Force Logo Two men, two leaders, two standards of excellence
Col. Joseph Thomas, 94th Airlift Wing vice commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Lesley Morrissette, 94th Airlift Wing command chief, are the newest members of the wing leadership team. Colonel Thomas, formerly the wing inspector general, brings a wealth of experience from his 24 years as a pilot (civilian and military), squadron commander, deployments
0 10/31
2006
This tile, created by Gerard Reheiser, is on display at Ground Zero. Mr. Reheiser is a firefighter at Dobbins Air Force Base, Ga. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Building a wall of hope at ground zero
Earlier this year, Dobbins Firefighter, Gerard Reheiser created a painting on a tile to commemorate 9/11. Mr. Reheiser entered that tile in a contest sponsored by Tiles for America at an Earth, Paint and Fire store in Woodstock, Ga. Little did he, know that the painting he had created would not only win the contest, but the tile would be displayed
0 9/29
2006
Senior Master Sergeant Steve Winn, 622nd Regional Support Group logistics planner and his son Spencer, 10, built a toy organizer during family day. Families meeting families
Softball, fun runs, moonwalks, a 25-foot rock-climbing wall, hot dogs, hamburgers and families meeting families. This is a brief description of Dobbins Annual Family Day, held at the Dobbins Consolidated Club on Saturday of the September unit training assembly. "We are having a great time," said Senior Master Sergeant Steve Winn, 622nd Regional
0 9/29
2006
President George W. Bush landed at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga., on Thursday, Sept. 7, on his way to a speech at the Cobb Galleria in Atlanta.  Following his speech at the Galleria the President met with the Columbus, Ga., Little League World Series winners. The group met the President at Air Force One, shook his hand, got is autograph and presented him with their team's ball cap. The winners had the hats embroidered specially for the President and the First Lady.  President Bush departed Dobbins ARB the same day. The Columbus little leaguers remained at the base for a short tour of a C-130, a fire truck and lunch at the Consolidated Club. President Bush visits Dobbins Air Reserve Base

0 9/11
2006
Chief Master Sgt. Brenda Barry, 94th Aeromedical Staging Squadron medical administration superintendent, assists an Airman as he updates his medical information during the Inactive Ready Reserve muster, which took place at Dobbins in July.  The purpose of the muster was to gain contact information for and availability of IRR members for mobilization and augmentation purposes.  More than 140 members of the IRR reported for the event. Individual Ready Reserve Muster held at Dobbins ARB

0 8/18
2006
94th Airlift Wing Command Chief James Michael West holds the retirement flag given to him during his retirement ceremony on the August unit training assembly.  To his right, Col. Heath Nuckolls, 94th Airlift Wing commander, officiated the ceremony. 94th Airlift Wing Command Chief retires
When people look up the words longevity, commitment and loyalty in the dictionary the name Chief Master Sgt. James Michael West, 94th Airlift Wing command chief, should appear. During the August unit training assembly, another chapter in a good reading novel came to a close. Chief West retired for the second time in his lifetime. This time from his
0 8/18
2006
Master Sgt. Bruce See, noncommissioned officer in charge of the Dobbins Air Reserve Base Honor Guard, pauses for a moment of prayer in the opening dedication of a new 775-acre National Cemetery located in Canton, Ga., on June 4. National Veterans Cemetery opens

0 7/19
2006
Maj. Mary Youngblood, 94th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron flight nurse, speaks with two visiting employers while in a demonstration flight during Employer's Day. Dobbins hosts Employers Day
Employers, ranging in occupations from elementary school principal to postal carrier supervisor, got a unique opportunity to see firsthand what Airmen do while performing their military duties during a drill weekend when the 94th Airlift Wing hosted Employer’s Day last month. The visit also served as an opportunity for Airmen to thank the employers
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2006
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