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Default Air Force Logo Travis to adopt new news-delivery system
The Public Affairs office is streamlining their processes to improve the way the base receives its news by transitioning to a Web-based product while working out a deal to maintain a hard-copy publication. Under the new guidelines, all Public Affairs' articles will now be published and updated daily on the Travis public Web site,
0 12/14
2006
Tech. Sgt, Corey Clewley, 21st Airlift Squadron loadmaster, checks equipment on a C-17 prior to takeoff. While performing a special mission in Southwest Asia, he helped suppress a brake fire onboard a Romanian C-130, saving the lives of the C-130 crew and preventing the total loss of the aircraft. 21st Airlift Squadron loadmaster saves lives, aircraft
Courage comes in many different varieties and has many different faces. Tech. Sgt. Corey Clewley, 21st Airlift Squadron loadmaster, is just one of the many courageous faces serving in the Air Force. The 15-year veteran from Brooks, Maine, was performing a special mission in Southwest Asia, when he witnessed a Romanian C-130 aircraft on fire. "I was
0 12/14
2006
Senior Airman Elvin Cortes secures a pallet before transport at the 60th Aerial Port Squadron. The 60th APS is competing for the Air Mobility Command Large Terminal Unit of the Year. Using LEAN initiatives and techniques, the squadron has combined traffic management with cargo operations, which allows them to move cargo more efficiently. 60th APS competes at AMC-level
The 60th Aerial Port Squadron is competing for the Air Mobility Command Large Terminal Unit of the Year. While the 60th APS does not move the amount of cargo as Ramstein and Charleston, their competitors for the AMC award, the 60th APS has a track record of innovation that gives them an edge on the competition. "We're changing the face of port
0 12/14
2006
Default Air Force Logo DGMC receives DoD Team Performance Patient Safety Award
The Department of Defense announced Dec. 6 the David Grant USAF Medical Center as recipient of the 2006 Team Performance Patient Safety Award in recognition of outstanding achievement in creating a safer patient environment. Dr. William Winkenwerder, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, will present the award at the annual DoD Medical
0 12/14
2006
Default Air Force Logo Red Cross to begin Dental Assistant training program
The next session of the American Red Cross Dental Assistant Training Program will begin Jan. 22. The program consists of 1,000 hours of classroom and clinical experience over an eight month-long program. Classes will be from 6:45 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Participants must have the following qualifications to be eligible for the
0 12/14
2006
Default Air Force Logo Legal office seeks Tax Center volunteers
The 2006 federal tax season will be starting soon at Travis and the call for volunteers has already begun. In February, the Travis Tax Center will open its doors and offer free tax assistance to active duty members, retirees and military family members with an identification card. Volunteers are the heart of the tax center. This is why the legal
0 12/14
2006
Members of the USAF Band of the Golden West's Brass Quintet perform for the 60th Air Mobility Wing members Dec. 13. (From left to right), Tech. Sgt. Brian Wood, Airman 1st Class Ryan Williams, Senior Airman Jill Corbett, Senior Airman Edwin Ochsner and Airman 1st Class James Lantz visited different units at Travis to spread some holiday cheer. Team Travis members were invited to sing carols as the band played. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight) Jingle Bell Rock

0 12/14
2006
Default Air Force Logo Travis Airmen spread holiday cheer to veterans
More than 81 Team Travis Airmen decorated the Veterans Home of California in Yountville Dec. 1. The Airmen also visited veterans to socialize during the holiday season. This visit may be the only one for some veterans there -- the largest veterans' home in the country. "I suspected there wouldn't be any visitors for some of the veterans -- one in
0 12/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Operation Cookie Drop drops bags of treats into Airmen's hands
Volunteers from around the base are needed this year to help bring cheer to our young Airmen during the holidays with a bag of cookies. The Travis Integrated Delivery System, Air Force Sergeants Association and the Officer's Spouses Club are teaming together to sponsor Operation Cookie Drop Dec. 20 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Chapel One near the base
0 12/08
2006
Airman 1st Class Irene Salas, 60th Services Squadron, serves lunch at the Sierra Inn Dining Facility Dec. 5. She was named an outstanding performer during the AMC Hennessy Award inspection in October. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Donald Osborn/ 60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs) Sierra Inn Dining Facility wins AMC Hennessy, competes at AF-level
While serving a Thanksgiving meal to Airmen Nov. 23, Col. Steve Arquiette, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, had some good news to tell the employees at the Sierra Inn Dining Facility. "He was in the middle of serving food to the troops here, when he told everyone to stop so he can make an announcement," said Master Sgt. Edward Valledor, 60th
0 12/07
2006
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