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An Airman drenches C-5 crew members with a fire hose March 31 as they exit from the aircraft. The 10-member crew was returning from the final C-5 flight for the 21st Airlift Squadron. The 21st AS officially transitioned from a C-5 squadron to a C-17 squadron in a ceremony here April 3. The day also marked the squadron’s 64th anniversary. (U.S. Air Force photo by Luther Tolliver) 21st AS flies its final C-5 flight, transitions to C-17 squadron
As they have done many times before, 10 crewmembers, most from the 21st Airlift Squadron, took their C-5 Galaxy on a training flight March 31. It was a normal training day for the crew. Pilots received training in aerial refueling, take-off and landing procedures, while flight engineers and the rest of the crew also accomplished proficiency
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2006
Benjamin Golstein of the 60th Services Squadron team is unable to block his opponent’s lay-up. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jennifer Brugman) 3-on-3 basketball brings out the bold
They competed for glory, honor and a six-inch tall plastic trophy. The 3-on-3 basketball tournament at the Travis Fitness Center was a lightening rod for the bold, the brash and the band. Fourteen teams from across the base took part in the “March Madness” style tournament March 17. The first and second place winners earned trophies and commanders’
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2006
Staff Sgt. Ashley Colvin, 60th Operations Support Squadron, is working at the scope position in training mode. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jennifer Brugman)


3 Airmen from 60th OSS recognized by Women’s History Month Committee
Three female Airmen from the 60th Operations Support Squadron’s airfield operations flight are highlighted this week in honor of Women’s History Month. Staff Sgt. Ashley Colvin, Senior Airman Romona Phillips and Senior Airman Elida Bermudez are controllers in the Radar Approach Control and Tower facilities. They recently participated in rigorous
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 12 reasons to develop eating routine
In honor of National Nutrition Month, the nutritional medicine flight and the high blood pressure, obesity, lipidemia, diabetes, stress and smoking programs at the David Grant USAF Medical Center are providing Travis members with 12 reasons why developing a regular eating routine is important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle: 1. Food is
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2006
Lt. Col. Christopher Bingham, 21st Airlift Squadron operations officer, starts engines before taking off from Charleston Air Force Base, S.C. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Mark Pasierb)  21st Airlift Squadron flies final mission
The 21st Airlift Squadron completed its final operational C-5 mission after touching down at Travis March 13. The mission, with a crew of 11 on board, left Travis March 5 for an around-the-world flight. The 21st AS will officially make the transition to a C-17 Globemaster III squadron April 3. The mission began with a trip to Charleston Air Force
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2006
Default Air Force Logo AFAF fundraising campaign begins
Today marks the beginning of the annual Air Force Assistance Fund campaign, the only fundraiser for charitable organizations established to support Air Force personnel and their families. The campaign runs for six weeks and ends May 4. This single campaign supports four separate organizations. They provide housing and financial aid not only to
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Commanders’ support vital to OPSEC
Operations Security or OPSEC focuses on detectable activities that could be gained and exploited by an adversary to reveal specific facts surrounding sensitive operations. Although OPSEC focuses mainly on the unclassified aspects of performing our day-to- day operations, an astute adversary could, with relative ease, piece together enough facts of
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2006
Default Air Force Logo National Nutrition Month brings health issues into light
As National Nutrition Month continues, many Travis members have probably asked themselves, “Am I in good health?” The month of March brings health concerns into the light. Treat your taste buds Treat your taste buds — you decide how much and how often. Choose foods sensibly by looking at the big picture. It’s what you eat over several days, not
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2006
Airman 1st Class Lollie-Pup, a Yorkshire Terrier, makes her rounds in medical scrubs as part of the Canine Assisted Therapy program at David Grant USAF Medical Center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim Spellman) DGMC’s “Top Dogs” get grant for CAT program
The Travis chapter of Paws for Healing, Inc., has received a $3,000 grant from the Dey Solano Giving Fund of the Solano Community Foundation for David Grant USAF Medical Center’s Canine Assisted Therapy program. “We are delighted to enclose our grant … to be used for PFH’s Travis program and operations,” stated Ms. Stephanie Wolf, president and CEO
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2006
Travis’ first C-17 in production sits at the Boeing plant in Long Beach, Calif. Approximately 70 base representatives from the 60th Air Mobility Wing and 349th AMW traveled to the Boeing plant March 17 to participate in the Major Join ceremony that marked a milestone in the production of the C-17 Globemaster III when the primary portions of the aircraft came together. The aircraft will be dedicated to the local community for their ongoing support and receive the name “Spirit of Solano.” (U.S. Air Force photo by David Cushman) Commanders drive final rivets into Travis C-17
Commanders from Travis got the honor of driving the final rivets into the base’s new C-17 Globemaster III jet transport during a ceremony at the Boeing plant in Long Beach, Calif., March 17. Brig. Gen. Thomas Gisler Jr., 349th Air Mobility Wing commander, and Col. Timothy Zadalis, 60th AMW vice commander, traveled with approximately 70 base
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