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Default Air Force Logo Accountability crucial for military members
Impressively high levels of personal and professional discipline displayed daily by our Airmen bolster the current high levels of support we receive from the American public, on the local as well as national level. Each day Travis Airmen as young as 18 years old embrace the great responsibilities they've been entrusted with, whether it's
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Being prepared to deploy key to mission
Are you ready for your deployment? It is a question that is asked thousands of time in our expeditionary Air Force and most times answered without much thought into what it really means. To some it could mean having a set of orders and enough clean underwear to avoid laundry for a week. To others it means having a will and a good friend to care for
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Rendering respect goes far beyond saluting
Some 30 to 40 years ago someone posed this question: "what you want, whoop, baby I got it, whoop; want you need, whoop, you know I got it, whoop; all I'm asking is for a little respect when you come home." That may sound familiar to some and for those of you that don't know, Aretha Franklin made the song "Respect" one of her biggest selling
0 9/22
2006
Default Air Force Logo Physical fitness crucial to mission, history
Last Monday morning we kicked off the Air Force's 59th Birthday celebration with a Wing-wide run with more than 1000 Airmen in formation that began on the gym track and finished up at our Travis Museum. Significant historical facts about both our Air Force and Travis were highlighted. One might think that celebrating the Air Force's birthday with
0 9/22
2006
Default Air Force Logo Inspections are opportunity to show pride
Team Travis - Thank you for your efforts to improve our housing's appearance. In my short tenure here, we have dramatically improved the first impression of our installation! It is time once again to put forth another good push. Yard inspections occur the third Tuesday of every month and the next opportunity to show our pride is Thursday. As the
0 9/22
2006
Default Air Force Logo Fitness is important to mission effectiveness
Our fitness program has been in effect for nearly three years and every day I witness positive results of our fitness program...Airmen working out striving to get in shape or staying in shape. As you drive around base take notice of the many Airmen and family members incorporating physical fitness into their day to day activities. Yet, there are
0 9/22
2006
Default Air Force Logo Each of us remember 9/11 events
My commentary this week is provided by our Vice Commander, Col. Thomas Sharpy to further reflect on the horrific disaster of 9-11. Col. Sharpy was serving as a Military Aide to Vice President Dick Cheney in the White House and had a very unique experience in the days following the attack on the United States. His experiences only reinforce the need
0 9/22
2006
Default Air Force Logo Every vote counts on election day
I love trivia! I don't know how or why, but for some reason, my brain retains useless information like the name of the Red Sox starting second baseman during the 1986 World Series [Marty Barrett], but it dumps more important things, like the suspense date for reviewing the Travis Recall Plan [sorry, Col Shea--I'll get that to your staff Monday]. By
0 9/11
2006
Default Air Force Logo Remember why we pause for retreat
Hey what's the hurry? It's almost 4:29 p.m. I'm trying to get to my car before they sound retreat. Or, I'll wait until after retreat is played before I leave the building. How about this one...it's only a couple of yards before I reach the building, I'll just run for cover; so what if retreat is playing. Retreat is more than signifying the end of
0 9/11
2006
Default Air Force Logo Remember, reflect on 9/11
As we approach the fifth year anniversary 9/11, it's appropriate to pause for a moment and reflect. Ask anyone what they were doing on September 11th 2001 and most will be able to clearly recall the events of that day in their lives and how they first learned of the terrorist attack. It's important to never let those powerful memories of that day
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2006
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