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  • Dobbins ARB transitions to HPCON-C (Charlie)

    Dobbins Air Reserve Base has directed Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Charlie “Modified”, effective December 29, 2021. This is due to the significant increase in COVID-19 positive cases (per 100k people) in the local area.

  • Preparing the Future

    When new Air Force trainees leave for basic military training (BMT), some emotions they may feel are confusion, fear, sadness, and nervousness. Here at the 446th Airlift Wing, D&TF prepares the members for BMT after they take the Oath of Enlistment.

  • Air Force adds wear of tactical OCP caps

    Wear of some tactical OCP caps is authorized while the Air Force continues the acquisition process to complete this new uniform item. These are not yet available through all AAFES locations; however, they can be purchased at the AAFES Exchange at Dobbins. 

  • Building stronger leaders through NCO University

    NCOU provides in-depth analysis of what it takes to be a leader in the military. Future applicants can expect to learn bullet writing skills for Enlisted Performance Reports, Airman Comprehensive Assessments and how to apply for awards. Students expand their knowledge of the enlisted tier,

  • Port Dawgs Memorial Run

    Airmen from Dobbins came together for a Port Dawgs Memorial Run at the base track on Sunday, May 2.The run was an untimed one-and-a-half mile run at the track, which saw participants from the 80th Aerial Port Squadron and the Transportation Proficiency Center.

  • Dunkin' Dobbins

    Airmen took it upon themselves to aim high as they participated in a basketball shootout contest to commemorate the newly reopened fitness center on base.The contest stretched from April 30 to May 1 and was open to all service members.

  • 94th AES Airman named honor graduate

    Senior Airman Levance Henry graduated technical school to retrain into the 94th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, Friday at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. Henry was named honor graduate and served as the class leader. Way to go, SrA Henry!He's pictured here, welcoming home our deployed Airmen in June


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