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Travis members enjoy a day of sailing in the San Francisco Bay. The marina is a recreational activity of the 60th Services Squadron. For more information, visit www.60thServices.com or call (415) 332-2319. (Courtesy photo)

Travis Marina - our secret

0 6/09
2006
The skit right before this dance is a scenario of a Barrio Fiesta. The name of the game is “Palo Sebo.” The bamboo pole is supposed to be “oiled” making it difficult for the pole climbers to get to the top and claim the “bag of coins” as a reward. The bamboo is placed at the center of the plaza and the best bamboo climbers compete against each other to get the prize. Senior Airman David Angeles, 660th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, claims his prize at the top of the pole. (U.S. Air Force photo by Nan Wylie)




Celebrating Asian Pacific heritage

0 6/02
2006
Default Air Force Logo Battling biting bugs - a common summertime task at Travis
Insect bites and stings are common occurrences during the summer months and can be very bothersome and even dangerous. By understanding insect behavior, most encounters with these little terrors can be avoided. Mosquitoes: they feed primarily at dawn and dusk. They are usually found within a few miles of a water source, ranging from a stream to
0 6/02
2006
Airman 1st Class Tiffany Mitchell, 60th LRS receiving technician, scans the codes on C-17 parts in order to input the number and type of parts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jennifer Brugman) Aircraft Parts processes for C-17 arrival
The Aircraft Parts Store has seen their workload double in the past month due to the up-coming C-17 bed down. They have received and logged more than 11,800 C-17 parts from the Defense Logistics Agency alone. They have also received 15,976 parts from Boeing. More incredibly, they have achieved 100 percent accountability on these parts. “That’s
0 6/02
2006
Default Air Force Logo Efficient thermostat settings saves energy, base money
Travis’ policy for energy conservation mandates that thermostats be set to 68 degrees in the winter and 78 degrees in the summer. Seventy-eight degrees in the summer months may seem warm for Travis members that are used to much cooler indoor temperatures. Likewise, 68 degrees in the winter may seem cool during the winter. However, the cost savings
0 6/02
2006
Default Air Force Logo Security forces streamlines minor accident reporting procedures
Security forces have many responsibilities at Travis, the least of which is responding to emergency calls for assistance. As the Global War on Terrorism continues and we maintain our high operations tempo, we must continue to find ways to streamline our processes and conduct business using more efficient methods. One way to do this is to stop
0 6/02
2006
Default Air Force Logo Summer youth program to begin June 12
The American Red Cross is once again sponsoring their popular Summer Youth program at Travis this year. Applications are now available to participate in the program, which begins June 12. Applications can be picked up from the information desks at David Grant USAF Medical Center or the base thrift shop. A youth-parent orientation is scheduled for
0 6/02
2006
The No. 4 seeded 60th Equipment Maintenance Squadron upset the No. 1 seeded 60th Diagnostics and Therapeutic Squadron for the Travis Intramural Volleyball Championship May 17. The 60th EMS won two straight in their best of three match against the 60th MDTS. The first match was a 25-15 blowout, while the second match was a much closer 25-21. (U.S. Air Force photo by Luther Tolliver)
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0 5/30
2006
Default Air Force Logo AMC Matchup returns
Starting Thursday and continuing through the month of August, Air Mobility Command members and their family members are encouraged to see how they match up. “MatchUp is AMC’s summertime program wherein participants can win big prizes for just participating in various activities at their base,” said Col. Benjamin Trotter, AMC Services Operations
0 5/30
2006
Default Air Force Logo NAF sale open to all ID cardholders
The 60th Services Squadron is holding a non-appropriated fund sale June 2 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the former Travis Aero Club hangar located on the base behind the David Grant USAF Medical Center. “This is a great opportunity for the Travis community to purchase some quality items at a very reasonable cost,” said Ms. Rebecca Goodwin, 60th SVS
0 5/30
2006
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