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Airman 1st Class Eric Lambert, 60th MXS section team member, performs an inspection April 18 at Travis Air Force Base, California. The Phoenix Pride Program gathers a team of three Airmen from different sections of MXS and allows them to perform 250 inspections per week using their individual expertise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Carter) Phoenix Pride encourages 60th MXS Airmen to be experts
Quality assurance is necessary to complete missions safely and effectively especially in the maintenance career field.The Commander's Self-Inspection Program takes the focus off of external inspections and redirects the focus to internal inspections: Airmen looking out for Airmen.Falling under the CSIP, the Phoenix Pride program at Travis Air Force
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Tech. Sgt. Lisa Sawchak, 60th Medical Support Squadron uniform business office manager and NCO in charge, poses for a photo April 19 at David Grant USAF Medical Center. Sawchak handles data concerning money and manpower for all of the squadrons within DGMC. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Carter) Sergeant finds fun while managing medical resources
Because of the responsibility that comes with the job in the 60th Medical Support Squadron's resource management office, Tech. Sgt. Lisa Sawchak and her co-workers find ways to ease the pressure.Considering they spend their days overseeing money, manpower and data analyses for the 60th Medical Group, they understand the stresses and strains of
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Tech. Sgt. Brooke Williams, 60th Security Forces Squadron raven program manager, runs as the point person on a security team responding to a simulated active shooter event April 13, 2016, at Travis Air Force Base, California. As a Phoenix Raven, Williams provides close-in security for Air Mobility Command aircraft transiting airfields where security is unknown or additional security is needed to counter local threats. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Charles Rivezzo) Phoenix Ravens protect mobility mission
Tasked with providing close-in security for mobility air forces aircraft transiting airfields where security is unknown or additional security is needed to counter local threats rests upon the shoulders of a select group of Airmen - Phoenix Ravens.More commonly known around the Air Force as "Ravens," this small community of specialized security
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2016
Travis Airmen and their families line Travis Blvd. as Brinlee Couts, 6, waves to the crowd during her Make-A-Wish Foundation send-off parade April 4, 2016, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The motorcade of police cars, fire trucks, ambulances and off-roading vehicles were contributed from both on- and off-base law enforcement and emergency response agencies. (U.S. Air Force photo by T.C. Perkins Jr.) A dream come true: Travis child granted wish of a lifetime
When asked to describe his daughter in a single word, there wasn't a moment of hesitation."Miracle," said Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Couts, 60th Security Forces Squadron patrolman. "She has done everything she was never supposed to do."While Couts' daughter, Brinlee, was the recipient of a Make-A-Wish foundation request April 4 at Travis Air Force Base,
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Members of the U.S. Air Force Academy baseball team stand at the top of the dugout March 24 at Dobbins Stadium in Davis, Calif. The fields of friendly strife
Col. Raymond Kozak, 349th Air Mobility Wing commander at Travis Air Force Base, California, threw the first pitch at University of California Davis, to signify the beginning of the final game of a three-game series between UC Davis and the U.S. Air Force Academy.During the game, the U.S. Air Force Academy players learned about strife, resilience,
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Portion and serving size are different
Developing a healthy lifestyle takes time, planning and support.  An adequate diet is the most important factor in a healthy lifestyle with fitness coming in second.With that, it is important to understand the difference between servings and portion sizes so we do not overeat. Believe it or not, "portion distortion" is one of the most common
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2016
Ryan Pavey holds the hand of Lola Oliver while visiting the Veteran's Home of California in Yountville, Calif. (Courtesy photo) Reserve teen tackles job as voice for AFRC youth
Let's face it. Kids these days would much rather play countless hours of video games, stay indoors and enjoy their sense of entitlement.What happens when you have an eager teen who would rather advocate to make their tiny world just a little better?For 17-year-old Ryan Pavey, representing the collective voice for tens of thousands of Air Force
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2016
Tire tracks in the grass damage vernal pools at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Off-road driving created places where water collects, creating new wetlands that must be restored. (Courtesy photo) Don't drive in that mud puddle
Some might call them mud puddles. But drive through one of these "puddles" at Travis Air Force Base, California, and you could face state and federal penalties.Between December 2015 and February 2016, 60th Civil Engineer Squadron members discovered that people had driven through some of these areas along Perimeter Road and near the hospital.By law,
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Green Dot program aims to curb violence
The Air Force is taking a fresh approach to decreasing interpersonal violence in 2016.A new program named Green Dot will roll out across the year, beginning with training which recently took place for 14 "implementers" at Travis Air Force Base, California.The goal of the training is to use tools from the nonprofit Green Dot organization to prevent
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2016
Default Air Force Logo AFAF focuses on benefits
While the Air Force Assistance Fund campaign happens annually, Travis Air Force Base, California, this year's coordinators hope to show how it helps Airmen.Capt. Qaashuntae Wright, 60th Inpatient Squadron and an AFAF coordinator, said the drive's four affiliate charities do things, of which people are not even aware, to help Airmen and their
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