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Default Air Force Logo Kudos Team Travis for a job well done
As the Arquiette Family settles into our new home, a new job and a new environment, we would like to again thank everyone from Team Travis for such a warm welcome. Due to everyone’s help, our transition to Travis has been extremely smooth. Last week’s string of events surrounding the change of command and the visit by General and Mrs. McNabb could
0 5/19
2006
Col. Steven Arquiette, 60th Air Mobility Wing’s new commander, addresses the audience during the change-of-command ceremony Monday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Nan Wylie) Team Travis welcomes new commander
Team Travis welcomes the Air Mobility Command commander, Gen. Duncan McNabb, and his wife, Linda, to meet our world-class quality people and tour our magnificent base! What a way to start off my first week of command; I’m very proud to showcase the unique capabilities of all the partners of Team Travis. The general and his wife will leave Travis
0 5/12
2006
Col. Lyn Sherlock, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, is drenched after her fini flight Monday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre Mansour) 60th AMW commander thanks troops
Men and women of the 60th Air Mobility Wing, I have been truly blessed and honored to be your commander these last two years! Every day you serve our nation knowing at any time you could be asked to leave your home and family behind while you deploy forward supporting our nation’s objectives. Many of you have done so, many times. Thank you for your
0 5/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo Celebrating our Asian Pacific Islander heritage
Looking back through the mirror of time, we are proud of our Asian and Pacific Islander heritage and appreciative of the opportunity to celebrate our achievements annually during the month of May. On Oct. 5, 1978, President Jimmy Carter acknowledged the annual celebration of API during the first 10 days in May. However, in 1990, President George
0 5/05
2006
Col. Lyn Sherlock, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, gives Mr. Robert Andrews, 60th Comptroller Squadron, a pin recognizing his 50 years of federal service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Nan Wylie) Exciting things in store for Travis
Sunshine and spring are just around the corner, similar to the many exciting events occurring in the coming months. Change of Command Two weeks ago I passed the two-year point as commander of the 60th Air Mobility Wing. That means it is time for another great opportunity to serve elsewhere in our Air Force. Col. Steven Arquiette, 62nd Airlift Wing
0 4/20
2006
Master Sgt. Kelly Foshee [right], Travis dorm superintendent, shows Col. Lyn Sherlock, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Carol Johnson, 60th AMW interim command chief, the new furnishings and improvements at Dorm 1350 Monday. (Photo by Nan Wylie/ Visual Information) Chief reminds Airmen fitness counts
The Air Force implemented our fitness program more than two years ago. We can no longer call this a new program and many of you have embraced this as an opportunity to exercise. The seriousness of fitness in today’s Air Force can’t be over emphasized. The nature of our business is much different than prior years. We’re requiring you to do so much
0 4/14
2006
Lt. Col. David Pollmiller, 21st Airlift Squadron commander, presents Col. Lyn Sherlock, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander, with their new squadron patch during a ceremony here Monday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tiffany Low) Travis recognized for continual excellence
It is great to be back leading the Travis Team! Since my return a couple weeks ago, we have already received lots of exciting news! AMC’s 12 Outstanding Airmen I am proud to announce that one of our own first sergeants is a finalist to compete for one of Air Mobility Command’s four Outstanding Airmen of the year 2005. My hat’s off to Master Sgt.
0 4/07
2006
Airman 1st Class Melissa Rafferty, 60th Aerial Port Squadron, speaks with Chief Master Sgt. Carol Johnson, 60th Air Mobility Wing interim command chief. (U.S. Air Force photo by Luther Tolliver) Uniform represents pride in AF
With the busy operations tempo we’re working under, it is easy to let standards slip. However appearance and discipline need to be at the top of our list. I was approached the other day by an airman 1st class who had attempted to correct a uniform violation of a more senior person. The Airman continued to tell me the senior person didn’t correct
0 4/06
2006
Default Air Force Logo Do you wear your integrity?
I love my apartment. Located in the California foothills, I enjoy the view it affords me, which includes my neighbors as they come and go. Of course, with Travis nearby, it’s not surprising that most of my neighbors are Airmen just like me. But I’ve noticed something about most of them. Hardly any of them wear their hats in uniform. Of course, I
0 4/06
2006
Senior Airman Bradley Parncutt, 60th Communications Squadron, provides a spot for Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Mitchell, 60th CS. Patrons are encouraged to provide a spot to others in the weightroom. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Raymond Hoy) Do you practice proper weight room etiquette?
With more than 30 years of weight room experience between us in civilian and military gyms, gyms that have included competitive powerlifters, professional wrestlers and even a Mr. Olympia winner, we have seen the gamut of weight room acceptable behavior. In a hardcore house of iron and rust [as opposed to those chrome-plated temples], lessons in
0 4/06
2006
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