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Default Air Force Logo Lawn, garden care have hidden hazards
The winter rains are starting to subside, which means it’s time for you to get outdoors to finally attack that “To Do” list of chores before you get that yard work “nastygram” from the base housing office or your local town mayor. However, before you fire up the mowers, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reminds consumers to practice
0 6/19
2006
Retired Capt. Clayton Gross [left] retired Maj. Harold Comstock [middle] and retired Maj. Urban Drew  discussed in detail some of their first-hand dog fights and near death experiences at the  P-51 Mustang Aces Symposium at the Travis Air Museum Sunday. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Matt McGovern) Before Top Gun there were the P-51 Mustang Aces
Visions of aerial dog fights were likely in the minds of the attendees of the P-51 Mustang Aces Symposium at the Travis Air Museum Sunday. The event included an opportunity to personally meet and chat with the aces during the mixer, hear their stories during the panel session and get autographs. During the panel session, three of the seven pilots
0 6/09
2006
Default Air Force Logo DGMC offers healthcare rewards
Headquarters, Air Mobility Command has approved a research study involving the David Grant USAF Medical Center’s beneficiary population. This study is focused on the impact of prevention care on the lives of individuals diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Participants in our study would come in to DGMC’s High blood pressure, Obesity, Lipodemia,
0 6/09
2006
Default Air Force Logo Leadership asks spouses for opinions
For the first time in Air Force history, every spouse of an active-duty member is invited to take part in the 2006 Community Assessment Survey. The Community Needs Assessment Survey occurs every two to three years and is used to assess the current climate of the Air Force. “There may be an issue out there involving a spouse, and she/he may think
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 301st AS receives new mission
The 301st Airlift Squadron celebrated their rich heritage while looking forward to their new mission during a transition ceremony May 25 in Bldg. P-31 at Travis. “Today is a historic day for this squadron, but not solely because of today’s ceremony,” said Lt. Col. Dave Pavey, acting commander for the 301st Airlift Squadron. “May 25, 1943, is the
0 6/09
2006
Default Air Force Logo Use mouthguards to protect smile
Each year, thousands of teens get hurt on the playing field, the basketball court, or while skateboarding, biking or during other activities. Blows to the face in nearly every sport can injure teeth, lips, cheek and tongue. A properly fitted mouth guard, or mouth protector, is an important piece of athletic gear that can protect a person’s teeth
0 6/09
2006
A C-17 from March Air Reserve Base, Calif., takes off during the aerial demonstration portion of the “C-17s Are Coming” event here June 2. To showcase the aircraft’s capabilities, the C-17 took off at a 25-degree incline. More than 300 base and local community members attended the event. Travis’ first C-17, “The Spirit of Solano,” is scheduled to arrive Aug. 8. (U.S. Air Force photo/Luther Tolliver) Travis anticipates C-17 arrival

0 6/09
2006
Col. Timothy Zadalis, 60th Air Mobility Wing vice commander, and his wife, Carol, congratulate Col. Byron Hepburn, 60th Medical Group commander, on his recent selection to brigadier general at the Delta Breeze Club Friday. Under his leadership, the David Grant USAF Medical Center operates the second largest readiness platform in the Air Force and the largest in Air Mobility Command with more than 1,700 deployable personnel assigned to mobility positions. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Spellman)
Seeing stars

0 6/09
2006
Maj. Gen. (Dr.) Charles B. Green, assistant surgeon general for health care operations, office of the Surgeon General at Bolling Air Force Base, Washington D.C. is briefed by Col. (Dr.) Stephen Golden, David Grant USAF Medical Center’s associate chief of the medical staff, on the development of the Simulation Center during a recent visit.  General Green is the Air Force Medical Service’s focal point for health care operations and is responsible for providing health care programs and policy guidance to more than 42,000 Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Spellman)
Assistant Surgeon General visits DGMC

0 6/09
2006
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

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2006
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