The Dobbins Chapel, built in 1942, is in need of renovation and relocation. Seven years ago, the Dobbins Chapel Foundation began work toward relocating the chapel.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
by Master Sgt. James Branch, 94th Airlift Wing Public Affairs, Dobbins Air Reserve Base "Since post World War II through operation Enduring Freedom, this sacred white colored building has greeted people during the best times, and not-so-best times of their lives," said (Ret) Chief Master Sgt. Dick Roberts, member of the Dobbins Chapel Foundation. Roberts retired from the Air National Guard in 1985. He was stationed at Dobbins. In May 2005, Air Force Reserve Command approved and funded the demolition of the base chapel, because as a host Reserve base, Dobbins is not authorized a chapel and would not provide renovation funds to make major repairs and bring the facility up to current building codes. The chapel at that time had stood on …
Dobbins implemented the Defense Travel System, a travel management system that enables Department of Defense travelers to create orders, prepare reservations, receive approvals, generate travel vouchers and more.
Monday, February 6, 2012
by Senior Airman Danielle Campbell Purnell, 94th Airlift Wing Public Affairs, Dobbins Air Reserve Base Dobbins Air Reserve Base implemented the Defense Travel System, a fully integrated, automated, end-to-end travel management system that enables Department of Defense travelers to create orders, prepare reservations, receive approvals, generate travel vouchers and more, Jan. 9. "Criteria for using DTS are, a member must possess a government issued travel card, travel payment must be more than mileage only and members cannot have back-to-back status changes," said Mike Carnahan, 94th Airlift Wing comptroller. "For example, four days annual tour followed by unit training is not process through DTS." Other requirements for DTS are that …