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(Left to right) Air Force Senior Airman Michael Goicoechea, Master Sgts. Eric Weinmann and Phillip Vickery, and Airman 1st Class James Manier handle a container containing two giant squid specimens aboard an Air Force C-17 Globemaster III at Dover Air Force Base, Del., July 11, 2008. Flown from Europe by a Dover crew, the squids were bound for display at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

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  1. Personnel are great as are terminal and USO facilities. Greatest problem here is getting to/from lodging facility if you don’t have a car. Lodging is located quite a ways away from terminal across a 4 lane highway which is extremely difficult with luggage. There is no shuttle available.

  2. Have stayed at Dover a number of times as it’s a nice facility to access the Eastern Shore. It’s within driving distance to many shore points, though it’s a little bit of a trip to Ocean City, MD. People coming from New England may want to consider taking the Cape May ferry from Jersey to Lewes, DE.
    As previously noted the lodging is not on the main post and you must have a vehicle, but the facilities are very nice. There’s a golf course right across the street which also serves breakfast.

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