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Airman 1st Class Tony Melendez, 60th Logistics Readiness Squadron, pulls a hose used to refuel an aircraft. The 60th LRS fuels management flight is currently competing for the William H. Penton Award. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Donald Osborn/ 60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs) 60th LRS Fuels Management Flight to compete for the William H. Penton Award
The 60th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels management flight is gearing up for a competition to compete for the best fuels operation in the Air Mobility Command from Nov. 15 to 17. With a proven track record and an unwavering commitment to excellence, the 60th LRS plans on bringing the William H. Penton Award home once again. "We are committed to
0 11/09
2006
Val Shadowhawk does a "Victory" dance during the grand entry portion of Travis Air Force Base’s Fifth Annual Veterans Pow-Wow Nov. 4. The Travis Native American Heritage Council hosted the two-day event in celebration of Native American Heritage Month. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight/60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs) TNAHC hosts 5th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow
Approximately 5,000 Travis people attended the fifth annual Veterans Pow-Wow Nov. 4 and 5. The two-day event, which was sponsored by the Native American Heritage Council, had representatives from about 30 different Native American nations. "We had people from all over including Nevada, Montana, Oregon and Arizona," said Master Sgt. Edwin Allert,
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2006
Staff Sgt. Dex Morton, 60th Operation Support Squadron, trains Tech. Sgt. Masaaki Takahashi, Japan Air Self Defense Force, on boom operation. Three members of the Japan Air Self Defense Force completed a four-month training program here, making them the first boom operators in the history of their military. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Matthew McGovern/ 60th AMW Public Affairs) Travis Airmen trains Japan's first boom operators
Three members of the Japan Air Self Defense Force completed a four-month training program here, making them the first boom operators in the history of their military. "I'm proud to be one of the first three students from Japan to complete this training," said Tech. Sgt. Masaaki Takahashi. Master Sgt. Randy Kawasaki, Master Sgt. Etsuro Mizokami and
0 11/02
2006
Mr. Amir Ervin, [left] Suisun City volunteer firefighter recruit, Mr. Ken Steiner, Benicia paramedic firefighter and Mr. Ed Stemmer, Suisun volunteer fire fighter, carry a “injured’”person out of the simulated crash site for further medical attention. Travis, along with 32 off-base agencies, held a joint exercise Oct. 19 to test readiness capability to respond to off-base disasters.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Nan Wylie) Travis, surrounding community unite to test crisis response
Smoke billowing in the air, wounded people screaming for help, aircraft parts were strewn across the field and sirens wailed in the distance. This was the scene at Rush Ranch in Solano County Oct. 19 during a joint exercise with the base and emergency responders in the local community. Exercise "Aircraft Down" simulated the crash of a C-5 Galaxy in
0 10/27
2006
Staff Sgt. James Miller, 573rd Global Support Squadron, ties the canvas doorway of an Alaska shelter during the Alaska Challenge. The challenge pitted squadrons from the 615th Contingency Response Wing against each other to see which could put up an Alaska shelter the quickest. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jennifer Brugman/60th AMW Public Affairs) 572nd CRG squadrons test mobility readiness with Alaska Challenge
Five teams from the 615th Contingency Response Wing competed against the clock Oct. 13 to see which team could put up an Alaska shelter the fastest. "We use them when we go out to bare bases," said Staff Sgt. Jason Bennett, event organizer. "They are used for lodging, command posts, medical facilities and chow halls. It is a very multi-purpose
0 10/23
2006
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney McKinley and Mr. Ron Ritter, special assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force for AFSO-21, discuss a portion of United Airlines LEAN program during a tour of the airlines’ San Francisco Airport facility Oct 20. The tour was part of a two-day training course designed to teach the effectiveness of the LEAN concept and how it relates to AFSO-21. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight/60th AMW Public Affairs) Airmen learn how to LEAN
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney McKinley, along with 11 Airmen representing every major command in the Air Force, took a major step toward implementing Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century, by visiting United Airlines administrative and maintenance offices at the San Francisco International Airport Oct. 20. The visit was part
0 10/20
2006
Ms. Be Livingston, 60th SVS cook, prepares chili for the lunch meal. The 60th Services Squadron’s Food Service team is preparing to compete for the 2007 Air Mobility Command Hennessy Award. The award is presented to the AMC base with the best overall food service program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight/60th AMW Public Affairs) Dining Facility prepping for Hennessy
Mission name: Hennessy II The goal: Keep the trophy. This is what Travis' Food Service team is aiming to do as they begin their quest for the 2007 Air Mobility Command Hennessy Award Monday. The award, presented to the AMC base with the best food service program, evaluates all aspects of a facility's program including kitchen operations, serving
0 10/13
2006
Airman David Javier, Surgical Apprentice Phase II student and Airman Meloni Lozada, Cardiopulmonary Laboratory Apprentice Phase II student collect trash and leaves at Bldg. 1304 during the 60th Medical Group’s Dormitory Pride Day, Oct. 7. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Austin Delacruz Jr./60th Medical Operations Squadron)

DGMC enlisted medical students launch 60th MDG Dormitory Pride Day
It was Columbus Day Weekend but Airman Kyle Mitchell, Cardiopulmonary Phase II Training student, got up early for a mission. Armed with brooms, dusts pans and plastic trash bags, Airman Mitchell and his colleagues have one goal in common: to make the Bldg. 1304, David Grant USAF Medical Center Medical Enlisted Students Dormitory, as immaculate as
0 10/13
2006
Master Sgt. Ward ‘Bud’ Miller keeps his eye on the air traffic around 2,000 square miles of northern California skies at the Travis RAPCON facility Oct. 11.  He earned an air traffic control award for his efforts in  commissioning two RAPCONs for the Air Mobility Command. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Donald Osborn/60th AMW Public Affairs) 60th OSS Airman wins air traffic control award for upgrading radar facilities
A Travis Airman was notified that he had won an air traffic control award Oct. 2, for his achievements leading to the timely and efficient commissioning of the state-of-the-art terminal radar approach control facility. Master Sgt. Ward "Bud" Miller, Jr., 60th Operations Support Squadron, air traffic control automation chief, won the William A.
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2006
Alex Dreyer-Schumert, son of Maj. Kristi Dreyer, gets an education on fire safety during the Kids Understanding Deployment event held at Travis Air Force Base, Calif.,  Oct. 4. KUDOS is designed to give Travis children a chance to experience a deployment. (U.S. Air Force Jennifer Brugman/60th AMW Public Affairs) Giving families their KUDOS
Camp KUDOS has reopened after a year-long BRAC closure and deployers aged 18 and under arrived this past Wednesday. KUDOS [Kids Understanding Deployed Operations] is a program designed to give military children a very realistic view of what their parents go through before, during and after deployments. "It makes it so simple and [it's a] fun way to
0 10/06
2006
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