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Master Sgt. Robin Debaghy, 60th Air Mobility Wing superintendent of protocol, makes sure the flags are positioned correctly for an Air Force event Aug. 25 at Travis Air Force Base, California. Details such as flag placement, where each person should sit at a table and little-known requirements are taken care of by Protocol specialists to ensure events are following proper protocol. Protocol: Little office with big mission
If you have ever attended a formal Air Force event, such as a promotion ceremony or an induction ceremony, you may have noticed how an ordinary room can be changed into a well-decorated, perfectly put together space for a special occasion. The Protocol office at Travis Air Force Base, California, is a small team of four detail-oriented, outgoing individuals who work behind the scenes to make sure each important event goes off without a hitch.
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2016
Airman 1st Class Benjamin Clifton, 60th IPTS surgical inpatient medical technician, poses for a photo Aug. 23 at Travis Air Force Base, California. Medical technician takes charge in life, patient care
When talking about Airman 1st Class Benjamin Clifton, 60th Inpatient Squadron surgical inpatient flight medical technician, Master Sgt. Mark Baldwin gushes with enthusiasm. So what does he bring to the team? “What doesn’t he bring to the team?” said Baldwin, 60th Inpatient Squadron surgical inpatient flight chief, with a laugh. “Clifton just brings it every day, all day, and doesn’t hesitate to get anything done. … He’s just my rock star.”
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2016
Tech. Sgt. Robert Magarrell, 60th Civil Engineer Squadron, poses for a photo with a picture of the characters from his soon-to-be published children's book, "Mr. Cat and the Mat," Aug. 16 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Magarrell came up with the idea for the children's book 12 years ago as a way to cope with the passing of his father. (U.S. Air Force photo by T.C. Perkins Jr.) A kid at heart: Travis sergeant pursues dream to author children’s book
Twelve years ago, Tech. Sgt. Robert Magarrell, 60th Civil Engineer Squadron, drove toward one of the darkest moments of his adult life: The death of his father.
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2016
Senior Airman Heather Flitcroft, 349th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, poses for a photo at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Aug. 15, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Joseph Swafford) Travis Airman continues family tradition
Growing up as a child, one Airman from the 349th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, watched her father as he prepared his Air Force flight suit and luggage for a trip, and knew he was going somewhere important to make a difference. She wanted to ensure she did the same one day.
0 8/16
2016
Randy E. Brown, Director, Air Force Civil Engineer Center, Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center, took the opportunity to visit the Civil Engineer Maintenance Inspection Repair Team (CEMIRT) facility at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Aug. 4, 2016. Brown met with senior leaders as well as staff members to learn more about the unique CEMIRT functions at Travis AFB and to discuss the mission going forward. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch) CEMIRT spans the globe with energy and power
It was not his first temporary duty assignment since arriving at Travis Air Force Base, California, a year ago, but Staff Sgt. Marshall Tipton was still excited as he put together the tools he would need for a 10-day TDY at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico.
0 8/16
2016
Default Air Force Logo Family Child Care provides alternative to CDC
Finding adequate child care can be a challenge, especially for military families. For families at Travis Air Force Base, California, there are several childcare options including three child development centers and the Family Child Care Program.
0 8/12
2016
Staff Sgt. Michael Lloyd, 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron hyperbaric chamber NCO in-charge, operates a console at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Aug. 1, 2016. The console controls the three hyperbaric chambers and monitors patients during treatment. (U.S. Air Force photo Senior Airman Amber Carter) Small but powerful, 60th AMDS keeps Travis healthy
As one of the smallest and most diverse squadrons at David Grant USAF Medical Center, the men and women of the 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron make a critical worldwide impact in support of the Air Force mission to fly, fight and win.
0 8/12
2016
Airman 1st Class Martel Surop, 60th Contracting Squadron contracting specialist, finds gratification in the small, but important tasks of his job at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ken Wright) Airman finds meaning 'sweating the small stuff'
In a small cubicle, within a large office, in an expansive building, in the largest wing in Air Mobility Command, Airman 1st Class Martel Surop works diligently to do his part for the Air Force.
0 8/11
2016
Airman 1st Class Pratik Bhatt, 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron optometry technician, poses for a photo at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Aug. 1, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Carter) Optometry technician cares for vision, people
Though he departed a lucrative career in the tech industry to join the Air Force, there’s a common thread that ties it all together for Airman 1st Class Pratik Bhatt.
0 8/10
2016
Default Air Force Logo 60th CONS aims for spending efficiency
“You got it because we bought it,” is the unofficial motto of the 60th Contracting Squadron base support flight. The base support flight makes up approximately 60 percent of the entire 60th Contracting Squadron with 25 total personnel.
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2016
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