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Default Air Force Logo The Meeting offers unique perspective of historic leaders
In honor of Black History Month, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency is sponsoring a production of The Meeting, a fictional account of a conversation between Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X Feb. 28. “The play has been going around to DTRA locations and has been well accepted in bases around the country and abroad,” said Mrs. Lorna Villacampa,
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2006
Mr. Chris Lathem, aero club member, inspects his aircraft before flying at the Travis Aero Club.  He is one of many aero club members that will benefit from a new fleet of aircraft operating at a new off-base location. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Vanessa Hillman) Aero club set to relocate off base
As a result of multiple environmental and safety concerns, Travis has accepted an offer from K. Hovnanian, Forecast Homes’ that will allow the Travis Aero Club an opportunity to start operating out of an off-base location. A gift to the Travis Morale Welfare and Recreation Fund by Forecast Homes’ will allow the aero club to remain financially
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Survival equipment shop works hard to ensure many happy landings
The work can be repetitive and the hours can seem long, but inevitably all efforts could save lives. The 60th Equipment Maintenance Squadron’s Survival Equipment Shop supplies Travis aircraft with reliable, life rafts, life preservers, anti-exposure suits, emergency escape slides, parachutes, personnel restraint harnesses and local manufactured
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2006
Staff Sgt. Sarah Earp and Staff Sgt. Bradley Swanson, 60th Air Mobility Wing protocol, five an update to Col. Timothy Zadalis, 60th AMW acting commander, on the sequences of events for thefirst Travis Quarterly Reenlistment Ceremony held at the Airman's Wall Jan. 20. Protocol looking for Airmen
The 60th Air Mobility Wing protocol office is currently excepting motivated senior airmen through technical sergeants for a one-year assignment. Chosen Airmen will be part of the primary protocol and special projects office for the largest wing in Air Mobility Command. Protocol responsibilities include development and coordination for visiting
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2006
1st Lt. Bryan Foley, 22nd Airlift Squadron pilot, sets up his navigational aids and radios prior to taxiing out during his checkride Feb. 3. Lieutenant Foley was the last active-duty C-5 co-pilot to upgrade. Travis is one of two active C-5 bases; the other is Dover Air Force Base, Del. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tiffany Low) Last active-duty C-5 co-pilot upgrades to first pilot Feb. 3
The C-5 co-pilot sits in the left seat of the aircraft preparing for his qualification checkride. He reviews his check list one more time before he begins take-off procedures. He knows that his checkride would determine his destiny – whether he is ready to take the left seat and upgrade to the next level. 1st Lt. Bryan Foley, 22nd Airlift Squadron
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 15th AMOS opens its “house” to family
The 15th Air Mobility Operations Squadron opened its doors to family and friends for the squadron’s first open house Feb. 1. Lt. Col. William DeMarco, 15th AMOS commander, wanted the family members to have a better understanding of what their loved ones do on the job, whether on the road or at home. Because of its unique mission, 15th AMOS members
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Leadership Spouses Focus day gives voice to Travis spouses
The Leadership Spouses Focus day opened up an avenue of communication between the spouses of senior leadership and commanders Monday. "The goal of the day was to give the leaderships’ spouses an orientation of base programs and information about what services are available to help them help other spouses," said Capt. Chris Hornburg, 60th Air
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 301st AS certifies aircraft commanders
The 349th Air Mobility Wing’s conversion to the C-17 Globemaster III took a step forward this past week with the aircraft commander certification of two 301st Airlift Squadron pilots. Majors Karl Goerke and Dennis Wolf were among the first 301st AS pilots to attend initial C-17 training last January. Part of the squadron’s initial cadre, they were
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2006
Chief Master Sgt. Brye McMillon, 60th Air Mobility Wing command chief, and Chief Master Sgt. Patricia Thornton, 349th AMW command chief, light the last candle during the chiefs recognition banquet for four active-duty and eight reserve chief master sergeant promotees Feb. 3. The candles represent each of the enlisted ranks, starting from airman basic at the bottom to chief master sergeant at the top. (U.S. Air Force photo by Nan Wylie) 18th AF selects command chief
Maj. Gen. James Hawkins, 18th Air Force commander, announced Thursday that Chief Master Sergeant Brye McMillon, 60th Air Mobility Wing command chief, has been selected over four possible candidates to be the next 18th Air Force command chief. “I received a phone call from General Hawkins asking if Marie and I would like to come work for him at
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2006
Airman 1st Class Mason Messick, 60th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal apprentice, guides the Remotec F6A Remote Control Transport robot to a simulated improvised explosive device during field training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Matt McGovern) EOD disarms, disposes UXOs
A lead Army sergeant brings his convoy to a halt after spotting a suspicious sand-colored box with partially exposed wires on the side of the road. The sergeant makes a call to the Air Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit. Travis EOD, winners of the Air Mobility Command Stryzak Award [best EOD flight], handle these calls while deployed as well as
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2006
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