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  • Toys for Tots announcement

    The Company Grade Officers Committee is asking for your support for the annual Toys for Tots drive with a new, unwrapped toy, ages 2-12. Legos and Nerf toys are always good choices! The toys will be collected from now until Sunday November 8th for a final turn in to the Marines on base the following week. There are collection boxes at the AES, ASTS, AMDS, Clinic, MPF, Gym, Shoppette, and Hangers 3, 5, 7, and 9.
  • Media Advisory: Westover to begin grass burning Friday

    Westover personnel plan to use prescribed fires to burn about 200 acres of grassland located within the base property Oct. 9, 2020.
  • Westover’s Annual Angel Tree

    Westover’s Annual Angel Tree through Sat., Nov. 7, 2020
  • October 2020 - Westover Commander and Command Chief Brief

    October 2020 - Westover Commander and Command Chief Brief
  • Up to speed

    Westover is the pilot base for the newest version of the Community of Interest Network system, which controls heating, air conditioning, ventilation and other systems across the base.
  • Joint Effort, Joint Reward

    A joint effort construction project on Westover’s explosive ordinance disposal proficiency training range began this week. The new additions to the training site will provide increased safety and enhanced training capabilities.
  • Deployed Westover Airman killed in vehicle accident

    A deployed U.S. Air Force Reserve Citizen Airman assigned to Westover Air Reserve Base has died from non-combat injuries sustained in an all-terrain vehicle accident.
  • Faces of Westover: Senior Master Sgt. Reid Sindelar

    U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Reid Sindelar, 439th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron First Sergeant, takes care of people in and out of uniform. Aside from his military duties, Sindelar is a 13-year clinical pharmacist who splits his time between clinic and hospital duties.
  • Westover Airmen support mental health program at Robins AFB

    A group of Westover Airmen helped the Hope Garden project prepare for its opening day while on temporary duty at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia earlier this month.
  • Faces of Westover: Tech. Sgt. Raymond Chan

    Sometimes, it takes a couple of tries to find the perfect career fit. When it happens, a person’s passion shines through everything they do. This is how it happened for Tech. Sgt. Raymond Chan, 439th Airlift Wing Religious Affairs plans and program manager and Boston firefighter.
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