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Default Air Force Logo Travis people prepare for July EORI
More than 700 Travis people will participate in “Crisis Look 05-02,” an Expeditionary Operational Readiness Inspection exercise March 5-6 to prepare them for the actual EORI scheduled for July. Individuals from other bases will also be on hand to participate in the exercise, which will demonstrate the units’ ability to deploy to, survive and
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Driving safety101
With vehicle mishaps on the rise throughout the Air Mobility Command over the past few years, safety officials on Travis have begun using one phrase as their mantra for reducing on-base accidents, “Slow down and stay aware.” The only thing going through the tardy airman’s mind is the letter of counseling that will greet him if he is late again. As
0 2/16
2006
Default Air Force Logo Travis announces new CAC programming
Through the Travis webpage, email and the Tailwind, those living or working on Travis can access any pertinent base and Air Force information. Another less known outlet, though, is the Commander’s Access Channel which is maintained and broadcasted from the Travis Public Affairs office. The CAC is meant to reach internal information audiences on
0 2/16
2006
Default Air Force Logo Gate guards change, introduce civilian element
Travis people can expect to see civilians or Department of Defense guards manning the gates within the next month or two, according to officials here. “It’s not the phasing out of gate duty for military people,” said Master Sgt. Paul Maliska, NCOIC Operations Support. “Across the Air Force, Security Forces is so over-stressed with deployments that
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Defying drugs: Program teaches children ways to say no to drugs, gangs
The Drug Education For Youth program held an educational and entertainment event Feb. 18 to inform children about the dangers of drugs. DEFY is a one-year prevention program for children ages 9-12 that teaches children techniques to resist drugs, gangs and alcohol. “The purpose of the program is to have the children involved in activities to help
0 2/16
2006
Default Air Force Logo Learning to defend themselves: Women’s self-defense classes set to begin at Fitness Center
Beginning Thursday, the Fitness Center will start offering self-defense classes for women ages 16 and up. “The purpose of the class is to give tools for women to protect themselves through self-discovery,” said Staff Sgt. Larry Sigley, the class instructor. Sergeant Sigley is an air transportation specialist with the 60th Aerial Port Squadron and
0 2/16
2006
Staff Sgt. Ryan Phillips, honor guard member from the 349th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, salutes the flag during a routine honor guard practice. The 161-member honor guard team performs at funeral ceremonies, in parades and serves as color guards. The team also trains Travis Team members in proper military protocol for retirement ceremonies. Honor Guard represents best of Travis
“To Honor with Dignity” is their motto. Obligated by the oath to be constantly driven to excel and have a deep devotion to duty and a strong sense of dedication is part of their creed. Representing every member, past and present, of the United States Air Force is what they do, for they are Ceremonial Guardsmen. They are the men and women of the
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2006
Senior Airman Tiequanda Hayes, 60th Operations Support Squadron, performs training on the air traffic control simulator. The simulator replicates the tower environment by providing a visual representation of the Travis airfield, which allows for in-depth, realistic training for air traffic controllers. Simulator provides on-the-job training for air traffic controllers
What career field is responsible for the safety of countless personnel and aircraft in the skies around Travis? Air traffic controllers are the Air Force professionals who hold this responsibility. To train air traffic controllers and keep them sharp, ATC personnel train in the Tower Simulator System. Apprentice controllers use the simulator for
0 2/01
2006
Travis Team members discuss current issues facing Travis during the base’s second annual Junior and Senior Summit Tuesday and Wednesday at the Travis Conference Center. The summit is designed to give all team members the opportunity to brainstorm solutions to improve Travis. Travis hosts second annual Junior, Senior summit
Travis hosted its second annual Junior and Senior Summit Tuesday and Wednesday at the Travis Conference Center to confront current issues facing Travis. Approximately 100 people attended the two-day summit which focused on issues ranging from recognition to building better relationships with the tenant units. “The summit is designed to get all
0 2/01
2006
Travis members return after completing their 120-day deployment in Southwest Asia. During the most recent Air Expeditionary Force cycle, Travis deployed more than 300 Airmen in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. Travis’ OEF, OIF deployers return
A welcome home celebration was held Saturday for approximately 70 Airmen who returned home after a 120-day deployment in support of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. A reception for the returning Airmen and their families was held in Bldg. 181. “This was the best homecoming I think the squadron has ever had,” said Staff Sgt. Ryan Cramer, 60th
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2006
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