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Care for Acute Kidney Injury Air Force researchers develop kidney care for austere environments
Acute kidney injury is a common side effect of combat injuries. A new device being developed by Air Force researchers from the 60th Medical Group at Travis Air Force Base will treat the life-threatening symptoms of AKI closer to the point of injury, saving the lives of wounded service members. In Iraq and Afghanistan, about 12.5 percent of
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2017
AFMS MTFs Pilot Medical Readiness Air Force Military Treatment Facilities pilot medical readiness
Air Force Medicine has a non-stop global readiness mission. Medical Airmen must be prepared to deploy on short notice to provide life-saving and performance-enhancing healthcare in diverse, austere, and isolated locations, and all Airmen must be medically ready to deploy. To achieve this readiness mission, the Air Force Medical Service operates 76 military treatment facilities around the world, which serve as the primary readiness and training vehicles
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2017
Professionals from across industry, academia and government tour a C-5M Super Galaxy during a base visit as part of the Phoenix Collider event at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Aug. 1, 2017. Phoenix Spark is a program modeled to bridge the challenges of rapid innovation at the unit-level while navigating the administrative hurdles of compliance that often impede the velocity of change.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Charles Rivezzo) Phoenix Spark enables DoD, industry collaboration
Professionals from across industry, academia and government met with representatives from Travis Air Force Base’s Phoenix Spark program here Aug. 1 as part of an effort to connect external experts with problem sets faced by today’s warfighter.
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One of seven U.S. Army Soldiers who were wounded in a rocket propelled grenade attack is loaded into an MRAP ambulance at Mazar-i-Sharrif, Afghanistan June 17, 2017. The Soldiers were flown to Craig Joint Theater Hospital at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan where they underwent 12 hours of trauma care. They were later flown to Germany by a C-17 Globemaster III from Travis Air Force Base, Calif. (Courtesy Photo) (This image was edited for patient privacy) Travis aircrew fly wounded Soldiers to Germany after insider attack
Six aircrew members from Travis Air Force Base, California, flew a C-17 Globemaster III into Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan June 18 to medevac five U.S. Army special operators who were wounded in an insider attack at Camp Shaheen, in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif.
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2017
U.S. Air Force Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape instructors and augmentees prepare for a training session for aircrew members that will last well into the evening in a remote area near Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Jul. 17, 2017. Augmentees ensure SERE program success
Pilots, aircrew and other individuals deemed at high risk of isolation during a mission must undergo an initial Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape course.
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2017
U.S. Air Force Col. John Klein, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, gives a briefing during his commander’s call at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., August 8, 2017. Klein discussed a variety of topics to include safety, projecting American power and how every Airmen fits into the mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Louis Briscese) Col. John Klein: “We deliver for AMC and our nation every day”
Col. John Klein, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, hosted his second series of commanders’ calls in 2017 at Travis Air Force Base, California, August 8 - 10. During the briefings, which were the first since March, Klein emphasized the strategic importance of Travis, the capabilities the base provides and asked every Airman in attendance to identify how he or she supports the wing’s mission to rapidly project American power anytime…anywhere.
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2017
Beverly Sterling, one of the first females to join the U.S. Air Force, speaks to members of the 60th Maintenance Squadron during a lunch and learn event, August 1, 2017 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Ms. Bev shared stories about her experiences joining the Air Force in 1951 and how she played a key role in shaping Air Force culture today. (U.S. Air Force photo / 2nd Lt. Sarah Johnson) Air Force pioneer shares story with Travis Airmen
By the end of her discussion with several active duty Air Force members from the 60th Maintenance Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, August 1, 2017, Beverly Sterling expressed that she was nervous to be speaking about her career in front of a crowd. However, it went noticed due to the energy and passion she puts into telling her story as one of the first female officers in the US Air Force.
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2017
Col. Michael Higgins, 60th Medical Group commander, and Mark Benne, United Excel project manager,center, along with Col. John Klein, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, left, and Col. Rachel Hight, 60th Surgical Operations Squadron commander, cut the ribbon for the grand opening of the newly renovated surgical center at David Grant USAF Medical Center Aug. 4, 2017. DGMC holds ribbon cutting ceremony for phase III completion
The 60th Medical Group held a ribbon cutting ceremony marking the end of the Phase III Modernization Project at David Grant USAF Medical Center Aug. 4.
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2017
Royal Air Force aircraftsman in full uniform for exercise is standing on the flightline 621st CRW to exercise ABO skills during Mobility Guardian
The 621st Contingency Response Wing deployed an air base opening team of 99 Contingency Response Airmen here in support of Air Mobility Command’s premier readiness exercise Mobility Guardian.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo NEWS RELEASE UPDATE: Travis AFB identifies Airman killed in motor vehicle accident
An Airman assigned to the 60th Aerial Port Squadron at Travis Air Force Base was killed in a motor vehicle accident on Interstate 680 near Benicia, Aug. 4. Airman 1st Class Patricia E. Roy, a cargo apprentice, died as a result of injuries sustained in the vehicle crash. Roy, originally from the Philippines, lived with her parents in Concord, Calif. She enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in Aug. 2015 and arrived to Travis AFB in April 2016.
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