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Staff Sgt. Katherine Little and Tech Sgt. Maurice Morrell, both part of the 60th Air Mobility Wing Comptroller Squadron, proudly display their future second lieutenant ranks at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Little and Morrell were each selected for Officer Training School and will commission at the end of their OTS classes in January and March, respectively. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Sarah Johnson) From stripes to bars: Travis Airmen set sights on Officer Training School
Two Airmen from Travis Air Force Base, California are working hard to prepare for their Officer Training School classes this spring, where they will each earn their commission as second lieutenants in the United States Air Force upon completion.
0 12/07
2016
Senior Airman Thomas Ribeiro, 60th Aerospace Ground Equipment Flight mechanic, walks through a ready line of equipment staged to support aircraft mechanics and crew chief on a moment’s notice at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., on Nov. 15, 2016. Ribeiro currently works as a dispatcher and a kind of “roving mechanic,” helping keep aircraft maintenance on schedule. The AGE shop provides more than 500 pieces and 53 types of equipment 24 hours per day, every day. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ken Wright) One team, one fight
Between the two of them, there are more than 50 years of combined Air Force experience. Yet, Senior Master Sgt. John Young, 60th Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment flight chief, was experiencing something unique at Travis Air Force Base, California, which he hadn’t seen in his career. He is partnered with a Reserve AGE flight chief from the 349th MXS, Senior Master Sgt. Daniel Willson.
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2016
Tech. Sgt. Tom Salyers, (Left) U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West Travis Brass Quintet noncommissioned officer in charge from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Airman 1st Class, Ian O'Bierne, BOGW saxophonist from Pennsauken, New Jersey, pose for a photo at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Nov. 15, 2016. Salyers and O'Bierne joined the band in July. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. James Hodgman) Airmen musicians honor sacrifice, uplift spirits
Playing music while helping the U.S. Air Force and the United States achieve strategic objectives is a rare occurrence for any musician.
0 11/17
2016
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Michael Mwelwa, 60th Comptroller Squadron, poses for a photo by his workstation at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. Mwelwa was recently awarded U.S. citizenship after coming to the United States at the age five from The Republic of Zambia. (U.S. Air Force photo/Louis Briscese) A different path to citizenship
Being an American citizen may seem ordinary for most, but for some Airmen, the path to citizenship is anything but ordinary. Senior Airman Michael Mwelwa, 60th Comptroller Squadron military pay technician, was awarded U.S. citizenship in May at the age of 23. Mwelwa was born in The Republic of Zambia, a country in Southern Africa. He lived there until the age of five when his parents decided to leave in hopes of a better life.
0 11/08
2016
Jeffrey Seiwell, 60th Comptroller Squadron budget analyst and Air Force veteran, works at his desk at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. Seiwell was honorably discharged from the Air Force in October 2013 and now works as a federal civilian employee. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. James Hodgman) Veterans continue to support mission, mentor
Former military members often work as civilian employees at military bases across the United States and the world.
0 11/08
2016
After 21 years with the 349th Air Mobility Wing, Master Sgt. Gracie Piehl now serves as a unit deployment manager for the 349th Operations Group at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ken Wright) Destined to serve
Destiny often appears inevitable with the benefit of hindsight, yet understanding where our path to military service began and where it might end, has a way of changing with time. Master Sgt. Gracie Piehl’s destiny was anything but clear to her as a young woman, but 21 years after joining the 349th Air Mobility Wing family, she feels at home.
0 10/13
2016
A Travis Air Force Base KC-10 Extender flies over Northern California on Feb. 17, 2915. The KC-10 is an Air Mobility Command advanced tanker and cargo aircraft designed to provide increased global mobility for U.S. armed forces. 9th ARS crew takes on unexpected tasks
The day started like any other for Capt. Shane Ruether, 9th Air Refueling Squadron pilot, and his KC-10 Extender crew of two pilots, one boom operator and one flight engineer. The crew was fulfilling the role as an alternate, tasked to sit alert for a presidential support mission, and was prepared to be airborne if it was needed to provide back-up support to a primary KC-10.
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2016
Chief Master Sgt. Steve Nichols (Left), 60th Air Mobility Wing command chief, enjoys a conversation with Staff Sgt. Timothy Gould (Right), 60th Maintenance Squadron precision measurement equipment laboratory technician from Buffalo, New York, before presenting Gould with his coin at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Sept. 27, 2016. Gould was recognized for his efforts as a master resiliency training instructor. He has helped provide resiliency training to more than 800 Airmen in 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. James Hodgman) Sergeant helps Airmen find resiliency
Military life can be stressful and in some cases that stress can be overwhelming.
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2016
Volunteers from the Travis Heritage Center pose for a group photo Sept. 22, 2016 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. The Travis Heritage Center has a variety of historic airlift aircraft on display, assorted exhibits pertaining to military operations and a picnic area. The Heritage Center also has a Gift shop designed to make your visit a lasting memory. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Charles Rivezzo) Travis Heritage Center changing with volunteer work force
The literal translation of “volunteer Air Force” is a group of people who join the military rather than being conscripted or drafted. Loosely translated, the term means “there’s a job to do and you’re the Airman tasked to do it.” At the Travis Heritage Center at Travis Air Force Base, California, volunteer force describes people who continue to serve the military, but without pay.
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2016
Capt. Jared Wahleithner (right) and 1st Lt. Christopher Dempsey, KC-10 Extender pilots with the 70th Air Refueling Squadron, used years of aircrew survival and first aid and buddy care training to help rescue an aircraft crash victim Sept. 17, 2016. The Citizen Airmen were taking part in the annual Clear Lake Splash In at Clear Lake, Calif., when a seaplane crashed during an attempted water landing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ken Wright) Reservists rescue aircraft crash victim
If not for the actions of two fast-thinking and well-trained Citizen Airmen, the last Saturday of summer may have ended in tragedy at Clear Lake, California. Capt. Jared Wahleithner and 1st Lt. Chris Dempsey were ferrying passengers to shore Sept. 17, during the annual Clear Lake Seaplane Splash In, when a small amphibious aircraft crashed during an attempted landing.
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