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Default Air Force Logo New changes in passport rules to take effect
Attention! Are you interested in taking a vacation to South America, or a trip to Jamaica? When traveling most people have a travel checklist of everything the need to packed. Now Americans will have a new item to add to their list: a passport. Approximately 27 percent of Americans have a passport. But, due to new passport regulations, all of that
0 3/01
2007
Mr. Kelly Brothers, News 10 business reporter, speaks to Team Travis members Feb. 23 as part of Travis' Military Saves campaign. Mr. Brothers spoke on the importance of saving money and acquiring wealth instead of debt. The Military Saves campaign began Feb. 23 and ends March 2. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Donald Osborn) Building wealth, not debt

0 3/01
2007
Default Air Force Logo USERRA and reemployment after military service
Deciding to join the military is a big decision. A decision that requires much thought and consideration. The same can be said about what to do after one's military service has ended. So is it possible for a servicemember to get his or her same job back after their service is up? The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994
0 3/01
2007
Senior Master Sgt. Charles Dowtin, 349th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, explains the 349th AES C-17 aeromedical evacuation mission to Ambassador Marcelle Wahba and Col. Tom Sharpy, 60th Air Mobility Wing vice commander, during the ambassador’s visit Feb. 23. In addition to meeting 349th AES personnel, the ambassador also met with personnel from the 60th Operations Support Squadron, the 60th Aerial Port Squadron and toured C-17, and C-5 aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight) Ambassador Wahba tours Travis

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Travis to host base housing Town Hall meeting
The commander has invited all base residents to participate in a town hall meeting to discuss housing security, the current and future state of base housing as well as base community citizenship. Col. Steve Arquiette, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander encourages base housing residents to attend the meeting scheduled for March 1starting at 6:30 p.m.
0 2/22
2007
Maj. Gen. James Hawkins, 18th Air Force commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Brye McMillon, 18th Air Force command chief, receive a briefing on streamlining operating room scheduling via AFSO 21 from Lt. Col. (Dr.) Thomas Dye, 60th Surgical Operations Squadron orthopedic surgeon, during their visit Feb. 15. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim Spellman) 18th AF commander visits Travis
The 18th Air Force commander made an official visit here Feb. 15 to speak with Team Travis members. Maj. Gen. James Hawkins and his wife Linda made several stops throughout the base and discussed a wide variety of issues to include Travis' mission, AFSO 21 and Lean initiative improvements and quality of life issues for Travis Airmen. General
0 2/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Planning for the future: The Advance Health Care Directive
Times of medical difficulty can be very stressful with the added possibility of conflict between family members and health care providers. Air Force members may want to consider getting an important legal document to make arrangements for future medical care. Under California law, this document is generally referred to as an Advance Health Care
0 2/22
2007
Lance McAdams, (with ball), 60th Medical Operations Squadron’s point guard, attempts a jump shot over Jesus Calderon, 60th Aerial Port Squadron shooting guard, during their game Feb. 20. The 60th APS won 49-44. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight) Turnovers doom MDOS
The road to the 2007 basketball playoffs began Feb. 20 as the 60th Aerial Port Squadron defeated the 60th Medical Operations Squadron 49-44. For many fans watching, this game resembled a California freeway multi-car crash as both teams committed turnover after turnover and foul after foul. Nevertheless, there were brief moments of greatness. The
0 2/22
2007
Staff Sgt. Artevius Griffin, 60th Air Mobility Wing Judge Advocate Office paralegal, was selected as Travis' Warrior of the Week. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jennifer Brugman)

Warrior of the Week: Staff Sgt. Artevius Griffin
Squadron: 60th Air Mobility Wing Judge Advocate Office Duty title: Paralegal Years in service: Seven Hometown: Little Rock, Ark. Goals: "I plan to retire from the Air Force, work on my bachelor degree in Business Management and make technical sergeant." Greatest achievement: "Completing basic training." "Sergeant Griffin is an outstanding
0 2/15
2007
Airman 1st Class Khoa Phan, 60th Services Squadron chef, prepares for the dinner meal. The 60th Services Squadron’s Food Service Flight is preparing for the 2007 Air Force Hennessy Award competition. The award is presented to the Air Force base with the best food service program, evaluates all aspects of a facility’s program including kitchen operations, serving and dining operations, training and readiness, sanitation and repair, and management. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight) 60th SVS to compete for 2007 Air Force Hennessy Award
How do you create an award-winning team that continues to leave competitors with a bad taste in their mouths? Unlike many world-renown chefs, the 60th Services Squadron's Food Service Flight, who are preparing to repeat as champions and claim the 2007 Air Force Hennessy Award, isn't keeping their recipe for success a secret. According to Master
0 2/15
2007
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