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Senior Airman Jacob Pinkney, 860th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron C-17 Globemaster III crew chief and a member of the Air Force Cycling Team, pulls a toddler in a stroller carrier to give the child's mother a break during the Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa July 26, 2017. During the RAGBRAI, AFCT members provided assistance to more than 5,000 cyclists. The team works to promote the Air Force by interacting with the American public at cycling events across the United States. (Courtesy Photo) Air Force Cycling Team prepares for 2018 season
Interacting with the American public at cycling events across the United States may not sound like something many people think of members of the Air Force doing.
0 12/05
2017
Airmen from the 60th Aerial Port Squadron set up night vision equipment during a recent training event at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. The 60th APS is in the process of transitioning the currently used green phosphor night vision goggles to white and black phosphor NVGs. White and black phosphor NVGs offer modern day technology and enhance mission effectiveness when operating in low-light or no-light conditions. 60th APS seeks to improve vision, readiness
Members of the 60th Aerial Port Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, have dedicated time and resources trying to update the night vision goggles which are used throughout the base. Green phosphorus NVGs are currently used throughout the base, from an Airman on the flight line to a pilot in a mobility aircraft. The switch from the green phosphorous NVGs to white phosphorus NVGs will help sustain proper safety, save the U.S. Air Force money and enhance mission readiness, said John Buchanan, 60th APS civilian operations officer.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo KC-10s move fighters to Afghanistan
Two Travis Air Force Base, California, KC-10 Extenders from the 9th Air Refueling Squadron and 79th ARS participated Oct. 19-30 in an En-route Support Trailing Aircraft mission that followed the Coronet East mission.
0 12/01
2017
Default Air Force Logo Tricare changes coming in January
Changes are coming to the TRICARE program Jan. 1, 2018, which will give beneficiaries more choices, improve access to care and simplify cost shares, according to a TRICARE press release. The David Grant USAF Medical Center will hold a town hall meeting at 2 p.m. Dec. 12 in the auditorium for TRICARE beneficiaries to discuss some of the changes, said Rick Tapnio, DGMC marketing director.
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2017
Mobility aircraft deliver buses to Haiti ‘Doing the good thing:’ Travis aids mission to improve education in Haiti
In the past three months, Travis Air Force Base and its more than 12,000 total force Airmen have engaged heavily in response to five different natural disasters, occurring in quick succession, devastating victims across the country and around the globe. After thousands of hours and countless resources spent on humanitarian response, one might expect the base to take a break, taper off for the holiday season and recharge for the mission demands that are bound to come in the new year. Instead, the opposite is true.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Air Force to hold public hearing on KC-46A Main Operating Base Beddown
The Air Force will hold a public hearing Nov. 28 in Fairfield, California, to hear comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the KC-46A Main Operating Base Four Beddown.
0 11/27
2017
Default Air Force Logo U.S. Air Force, Twitter meet to discuss professional development
Members of both the U.S. Air Force and Twitter met at Twitter Headquarters Nov. 9 in San Francisco, California to exchange professional development ideas and management strategies to improve and modernize both organizations.
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2017
Mobility aircraft deliver equipment and expertise to Argentina Mobility Airmen aid in search for missing sub
Mobility Airmen and aircraft from Travis Air Force Base, California, are supporting search operations for the A.R.A. San Juan submarine, which went missing in the southern Atlantic Ocean a week ago. The aircraft are part of the U.S. government’s role in supporting a request from the Argentine government for international assistance in the ongoing
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Mo-vember; raising awareness for mens health
November is National Men's Cancer Awareness Month, also known as "Mo-vember," when men grow mustaches in support of the cause.   In honor of the month, the David Grant USAF Medical Center oncology and urology groups held a Men's Cancer Health Fair, 16 Nov., 2017.    Prostate cancer is the No. 1 cancer in men in the United States, with one in eight
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2017
Mobility aircraft deliver buses to Haiti Mobility aircraft deliver buses to Haiti
U.S. Airmen from the 60th Aerial Port Squadron load buses onto a C-5M Super Galaxy at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Nov. 20, 2017. The buses are being airlifted to Port Au Prince, Haiti, through the Denton Program and are part of a humanitarian effort by Those Angels, Inc. founder and Haitian native Claude Joseph. The Denton Amendment is a
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