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  • Dobbins Airmen honored at Veteran's Day Tournament

    Airmen from Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia were honored for ther service and treated to a golf tournament November 10 at the Atlanta Athletic Club.They partnered up and faced off against other veterans and servicemembers from their sister branches in an 18-hole scramble at the AAC's Riverside course.Photos from the event can be viewed here.
  • A debt of gratitude for our veterans past and present

    Veteran's Day is set aside to remind us to think about the sacrifices and service of our veterans.  From the Revolutionary War to the current conflicts, men and women from all walks of life have shared the common bond of their oath to defend this matter the danger or the enemy.  And for this, we owe them a debt of gratitude--not just
  • A strong airlift

    The Fourth of July is a day of importance for many. This Independence Day would turn out to be one to remember for Lt. Col. Patrick Johannes, 94th Aeromedical Staging Squadron critical care air transport officer, who recently returned from a deployment with the 10th Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Flight.Among the 32 patients on this
  • Wing commander speaks to Acworth buisness council

    Col. Brett Clark, 94th Airlift Wing commander, disscussed the Dobbins Air Reserve Base mission at the Acworth Business Associations meeting in Acworth, Georgia Nov. 6, 2014. The ABA's mission is to drive business opportunities to their members' businesses, community, and educational enterprises in Acworth, and surrounding areas.
  • Training opportunities abound at RED FLAG-Alaska

    Recently the 94th Airlift Wing sent a one-craft, 44-man C-130 Hercules team to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska for RED FLAG Alaska 15-1, Oct. 2 through 17.All RED FLAG-Alaska exercises take place in the Joint Pacific Range Complex over Alaska as well as a portion of Western Canadian airspace. The entire airspace is made up of extensive
  • Airman's daughter sails to success

    Integrity, determination and teamwork. These are the aspects that make cooperation and trust what they are: the bond between comrades that make what we do in the military possible. These bonds exist not just on the battlefield, but also on the playing field.These traits are why Amya Hudson, daughter of 94th Airlift Wing member Quincy Hudson, was
  • Recruiter selected for INNERview

    INNERview is a special spotlight for members of Team Dobbins who don't always get recognized for their accomplishments on base and outside of the gates. If you would like to nominate someone please call Public Affairs at (678) 655-5055 or email the editor at Sgt. Rickeita ConleyJob Title: Air Force Reserve RecruiterTime in
  • Do your part in saving energy

    October is Energy Action Month, a time to think about the importance of energy in our daily lives, in the lives of our families, and in our ability to accomplish our mission.  Without energy - we can't meet our mission.Dobbins' members can take part in Energy Action Week, participating in a gift drawing by downloading the Energy Week Trivia Sheet,
  • Thunderbirds Depart and Recover at Dobbins

    The USAF Air Demonstration Squadron Thunderbirds performed at the Wings Over North Georgia air show in Rome, Georgia this weekend.  Dobbins Air Reserve Base was their base of operations for the media and hometown hero flights and show performances which were held at the Russell Regional Airport in Rome.
  • Hercules represents at Rome air show

    A team from the 94th Airlift Wing brought a U.S. Air Force C-130 Hercules to the Wings over North Georgia air show in Rome, Georgia as a static display Oct. 18 and 19 to showcase the aircraft and let the public know about its capabilities.The crew and pilots gave tours of the bay area and cockpit and showed visitors how trauma medical dummy