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Default Air Force Logo Recycling contest wraps up, winners announced
The 60th and 660th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron teams earned top honors in this year’s base recycling contest. The 60th AMXS received first place for most weight collected, at 764.4 pounds, and the 660th AMXS received first place for most money collected with a total of $386.87. In the individual category, Mr. Michael Scouten with the 60th
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2006
Default Air Force Logo DGMC’s occupational therapists to hold open house
The occupational therapy clinic at David Grant USAF Medical Center will host their annual open house April 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. as part of Occupational Therapy Month to display how they put the “fun” back into function. Since the founding of occupational therapy during World War I, people have been wondering about what an occupational
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2006
Default Air Force Logo By the numbers: the statistics surrounding sexual assault
Were you aware that… -- According to an FBI Uniform Crime Report, a rape is reported about once every five minutes in the U.S. -- The National Victim and Crime Victims Research Centers state that Rape is the most underreported violent crime in America. -- Studies show that 82 percent of sexual assaults are not reported. -- In 2000, one in 33 men
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Base home wireless networks remain vulnerable to attack
During this month’s Operational Security Assessment, a team of intelligence, communications and OPSEC members assessed the base for weaknesses in OPSEC and Communications Security programs. While the Travis Team received accolades for their network security measures, the team had some concerns about base residents’ use of wireless networks. During
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Air Force introduces summer camp opportunity
Looking for a summer camp opportunity for 9- to 15-year-olds during the weeks of Aug. 2 through 15? Consider having your youth apply for one of five chances to attend Camp Island Lake, located in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Camp tuition is being provided at no-cost through a generous offer from the Camp Island Lake camp owners who wish to
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2006
Col. Lyn Sherlock, 60th AMW commander, reads an award citation before presenting  Mr. Robert Andrews, 60th Comptroller Squadron, with a pin honoring his 50 years of federal service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Nan Wylie) 50-year commitment to service earns recognition
A civilian with the 60th Comptroller Squadron was recognized by Col. Lyn Sherlock, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, April 12 for his 50 years of federal service. “With 50 years service in the DoD, and 48 years of marriage, you would be hard pressed to find anyone more committed to service and family than him,” said Capt. Walter Rudd, 60th
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2006
Default Air Force Logo AFRC honors 349th AMW 2005 safety programs
Command officials announced March 17 that the 349th Air Mobility Wing earned a flight safety plaque for their 2005 safety programs. The 349th AMW was lauded for several of its innovative programs. One of the programs the wing was commended for was the 349th Wing Safety office’s monthly inspections program. Safety staff took the proactive stance on
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2006
Maj. Gen. Gerald P. Minetti, director of coalition coordination at United States Central Command, addresses Travis personnel during a briefing April 12. (Photo by Nan Wylie/Visual Information) Gen. Minetti visits, speaks to members
The director of coalition coordination at United States Central Command, Macdill Air Force Base, Fla., visited Travis Tuesday to inform members of the broad scope of the CENTCOM mission and give an outlook on some things to come. Maj. Gen. Gerald P. Minetti addressed members at the base theater in a briefing titled “CENTCOM and The Long
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2006
Staff Sgt. Ashley Hammonds, 60th Diagnostic and Therapeutics Squadron interventional radiology NCO in charge, demonstrates EndoVenous Laser Therapy with the use of the Angiodynamics laser. (Photo by Jim Spellman / 60th Medical Group Public Affairs) DGMC now treating vericose veins
As times change, so does treatment in medicine. Interventional radiology is one of the fastest growing areas in providing minimally invasive treatment for patients. Here at David Grant USAF Medical Center, the 60th Diagnostic and Therapeutics Squadron’s interventional radiology department is involved in providing these services, such as the
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2006
Members from the 615th Contingency Response Wing help load dispaced students from Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., onto a C-130.  Part of the wing was deployed in support of humanitarian relief for Americans affected by Hurricane Katrina. 615th CRW celebrates 1 year anniversary
The 615th Contingency Response Wing celebrated its first anniversary since standing up as Air Mobility Command’s second CRW here Tuesday. It marked the end of a year filled with natural disaster relief, contingency response exercises and developmental processes. Although the wing was developed from the now deactivated 615th Air Mobility Operations
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2006
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