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The visual display inside the cockpit of Travis' new C-17 simulator only days after being successfully installed. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Raymond Hoy, 60th AMW Public Affairs) Cleared for take off
With the first of the C-17 Globemaster IIIs due to arrive at Travis in July, there is still preparation work to do. However, major steps are being taken to ensure a key part of the C-17 training program is in place for the aircrews. Since the arrival of the C-17 flight simulator Feb. 11, the Boeing contractors have been working hard to finish the
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2006
Senior Airman Anthony Howe, 60th Civil Engineer Squadron, takes advantage of the Travis tree give-away in honor of Arbor and Earth Day, April 19. The trees will be planted at his worksite. (Photo by Nan Wylie, Visual Information) Free trees

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2006
The Logistic Standardization and Evaluation Program is scheduled to begin May 1. Headquarters Air Mobility Command Logistics Directorate will have 54 representatives from bases around AMC coming to assess Travis' ability to perform logistics functions per applicable Air Force Instructions.  (File photo) Travis logistics inspection ready
Air Mobility Command is scheduled to begin the Logistic Standardization and Evaluation Program here Monday. Headquarters AMC Logistics Directorate will have 54 representatives from bases around AMC coming to asses Travis’ ability to perform logistics functions per the applicable instructions. The representatives are considered “experts” within the
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2006
Col. Michael Cassidy, 60th Operations Group commander, brings the Travis Aero Club’s final flight in for a landing. The flight represented the club’s last Travis flight after 51 years on the base. The Travis Aero Club will be moving to the Rio Vista Airport.  In its 51 years of operation, the club has logged more than 275,000 flight hours and has graduated more than 500 pilots. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Raymond Hoy) Final descent

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2006
Cole Listello, 1, son of Capt. (Dr.) Trent Listello, 60th Dental Squadron oral surgeon, and Katrina Listello gets a surprise visit by the Easter Bunny during an egg hunt held on the grounds of the Travis Fisher House April 14. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim Spellman) Surprise!

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Honorable William "Bill" Anderson (center), Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Logistics, Washington, D.C., is briefed by Col. (Dr.) Bryon Hepburn, 60th Medical Group commander (right), and Col. (Dr.) Michael Chyrek (left), 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron acting commander during a visit to Travis April 13. Mr. Anderson's tour and briefing at DGMC included operational/occupational medicine, the aeromedical staging facility, hyperbarics medicine, flight medicine, public health and bioenvironmental engineering. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim Spellman) Assistant AF secretary visits Travis

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2006
Default Air Force Logo Who will be the next Asian Pacific American Idol?
In observance of Asian Pacific American Heritage month in May, the APAH committee and the Delta Breeze Club present the Asian Pacific American Idol. Contestants may wear Asian-themed attire while showcasing their singing talent. The audience is also welcome to attend wearing their favorite Hawaiian shirt or any Asian-themed attire. The event is
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Recycling contest wraps up, winners announced
The 60th and 660th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron teams earned top honors in this year’s base recycling contest. The 60th AMXS received first place for most weight collected, at 764.4 pounds, and the 660th AMXS received first place for most money collected with a total of $386.87. In the individual category, Mr. Michael Scouten with the 60th
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2006
Default Air Force Logo DGMC’s occupational therapists to hold open house
The occupational therapy clinic at David Grant USAF Medical Center will host their annual open house April 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. as part of Occupational Therapy Month to display how they put the “fun” back into function. Since the founding of occupational therapy during World War I, people have been wondering about what an occupational
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2006
Default Air Force Logo By the numbers: the statistics surrounding sexual assault
Were you aware that… -- According to an FBI Uniform Crime Report, a rape is reported about once every five minutes in the U.S. -- The National Victim and Crime Victims Research Centers state that Rape is the most underreported violent crime in America. -- Studies show that 82 percent of sexual assaults are not reported. -- In 2000, one in 33 men
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