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The United States Air Force Thunderbirds arrive at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., May 4, 2017. Shortly after arriving, the Thunderbirds flew with former airline pilot and Air Force Academy graduate Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger III. The Thunderbirds performed in the Wings Over Solano air show, the two-day event also featured skydiving by the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute team, flyovers and static displays. (U.S. Air Force photo by Louis Briscese) Thunderbirds fly with "Sully"
Air Force Thunderbirds fly with 'Hero of the Hudson'
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A C-5M Galaxy aircraft rests on six fuselage jacks for main landing gear repair on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, May 3, 2017. Flying out of Travis Air Force Base, Calif., to Ramstein, the aircraft’s number four main landing gear malfunctioned, and the crew had to use the emergency backup system to make a safe landing. Airmen assigned to the 721st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and 60th AMXS jacked the aircraft to repair it. (U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Tryphena Mayhugh) AMC maintainers combine skills, repair grounded C-5M at Ramstein
Normally when a C-5M Galaxy is off the ground, it is soaring thousands of feet above the world. For one particular C-5 flying out of Travis Air Force Base, Calif., that was not the case when a malfunctioning landing gear caused it to be raised only a few feet above the ground inside a hangar.
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Carrie Basaca, 60th Force Support Squadron, poses for a photo inside the youth center at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., May 1. Basaca supervises a team of 35 people and oversees programs that provide care and services for more than 1,000 children annually. Basaca was chosen as one of eight military-affiliated leaders to attend the second annual Harvard Leadership Summit. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. James Hodgman/Released) Youth center director to attend Harvard Leadership Summit
For 26 years Carrie Basaca, 60th Force Support Squadron Travis Youth Center director, has worked with youth from the Philippines to the United States. She started teaching in 1991 and has served in one way or another as a teacher of children in six countries.
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Capt. Raymond Zhang, 22nd Airlift Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, poses for a photo with fellow Language Enabled Airman Program participants March 30 at the Air University Language, Regional Expertise and Culture Symposium, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Zhang was selected as one of six out of 2,411 LEAP participants to present his experiences at the symposium, which the Air Force Culture and Language Center hosts each year. (Photo provided by Capt. Raymond Zhang) Travis pilot first choice to present at AU LREC Symposium
A C-5M Super Galaxy pilot from Travis Air Force Base, California, presented his experiences March 29 to 30 at the Air University Language, Regional Expertise and Culture Symposium at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, but this time, he was not talking about flying.
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Default Air Force Logo DoD launches military child care website at Travis
Families at Travis Air Force Base, California, will have access to a new Department of Defense website starting April 27 designed to simplify and improve the child care request for care process.
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Default Air Force Logo Share a ride, earn some cash
Ride sharing not only helps to reduce the nation’s carbon footprint and mitigate the impact of climate change, it also reduces commuting costs and can earn commuters up to $255 per month.
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Winners of the Air Force Gen. Thomas D. White Environmental Restoration Award for Installations pose with Col. John Klein (left), 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, at the Wing Stand Up briefing April 12, Travis Air Force Base, Calif. The environmental restoration program team learned April 21 that they also won
the Secretary of Defense Environmental Restoration Award for 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Heide Couch) Travis wins first DOD environmental restoration award
Dedication to using green and sustainable remediation technologies and biological processes that breakdown contaminates in groundwater has earned Travis Air Force Base, California, its first Secretary of Defense Environmental Restoration Award for Installations.
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The aircrew who completed the final KC-10 Extender modification flight displays the coin they received to signify the completion of the project April 5 at Travis Air Force Base, California. The 59th and final KC-10 was modified and flown home by the 9th and 6th Air Refueling Squadrons at Travis March 28. (U.S. Air Force photo / 2nd Lt. Sarah Johnson)

Travis brings final KC-10 home after modification
The 59th and final KC-10 Extender was modified and flown home by the 9th and 6th Air Refueling Squadrons at Travis Air Force Base, California, March 28 - signifying the completion of a six-year project.
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The 60th Security Forces Squadron Phoenix Raven team members Senior Airman Joshua Wolf (left), Tech Sgt. Brooke Williams (center left), Senior Airman Mayursinh Jadeja (center right) and Staff Sgt. Trevor Lopez (right) stand behind the Phoenix Ravens seal April 6 at Travis Air Force Base, California. The Ravens recently completed a unique capstone mission in Africa Feb. 14 through 25. (U.S. Air Force photo / 2nd Lt. Sarah Johnson) Ravens complete Africa capstone mission
A team of six Phoenix Ravens from the 60th Security Forces Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, completed a unique mission in Africa February 14 through 25.
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Default Air Force Logo New ear tube dilation system may keep aircrew airborne
When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a dilation system to treat chronic Eustachian Tube Dysfunction in September 2016, Maj. (Dr.) Scott McCusker immediately understood the application.
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