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Members from the 60th Security Forces Squadron receive "The Flame of Hope," an olympic torch passed from one law enforcement agency to the next, from the Fairfield Police Department, June 23 at Travis Air Force Base, California. The 60th SFS then ran the torch from the Main gate to the North Gate as part of the Northen California Special Olympics Summer Games opening ceremony at the University of California in Davis, California. 'Flame of Hope' passes through Travis
Service members from the 60th Security Forces Squadron participated June 23 in the 2016 Solano County Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics, beginning at the Main Gate Visitor Control Center of Travis Air Force Base, California. The passing of the Special Olympics torch, known as “the Flame of Hope,” began in Benicia at approximately 8 a.m. and was scheduled to reach its final destination at the Dixon Police Department at 4:30 p.m. Staff Sgt. Steven Sawyer, 60th SFS police services NCO in charge and event participant, said the service members would receive the torch from the Fairfield Police Department, run along Travis Avenue to Burgan Boulevard and then to the North Gate.
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Staff Sgt. Jason Eickhoff, 60th Maintenance Squadron hydraulics technician, visually inspects a KC-10 Extender June 13 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Eickhoff, previously trained on the C-5M Super Galaxy, now has training on all three jets at Travis.  Maintainers' hydraulic section consolidates
Recently, Air Mobility Command requested the hydraulics sections and the back shops, which focus on repair and maintenance, for each of the three airframes at Travis Air Force Base, California, be consolidated into one. The hydraulics sections inspect, test and service hydraulic and aerial refueling components on the KC-10 Extender, C-17 Globemaster III and the C-5M Super Galaxy.
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2016
Tech. Sgt. Jignesh Patel, 821st Contingency Response Squadron unit equipment monitor, goes through M-16 magazines and blank-firing adaptors at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., June 7, 2016. Patel oversees all the equipment for the 821st CRS and when they are tasked with an assignment, he ensures the equipment they are taking is accounted for and serviceable. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Robert Hicks) 821st CRS Airman takes advantage of opportunities
Growing up in India, an Airman from the 821st Contingency Response Squadron knew opportunities weren’t going to come easy in his country. He knew if he ever made it to the United States he would have a chance to succeed.
0 6/09
2016
Default Air Force Logo Public health helps Travis watch food
Ever wonder why there hasn’t been a foodborne illness outbreak on base despite the fact that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention continually announce food recalls? The answer is because the public health flight at Travis Air Force Base, California has an immensely effective food safety program.
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2016
Staff Sgt. Matthew Larson, 22nd Airlift Squadron loadmaster, poses for a portrait photo at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., May 16, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo by T.C. Perkins Jr.) Good Samaritan: Travis loadmaster provides lifeline to man in need
Driving along the back country roads north of Travis Air Force Base, Staff Sgt. Matthew Larson, 22nd Airlift Squadron loadmaster, was headed into work March 5 when something caught his eye. Just ahead of him a pickup truck was pulled to the shoulder of the road. Smoke and flames smoldered in the bed of the truck as an older man tried to fan the flames with his sweatshirt. Leaving his vehicle door adjacent attempting to smother the fire, the gusting winds swept the flames from the vehicle’s bed to the cab, igniting the entire car.
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2016
Retired Master Sgt. Larry Finan departs his Vacaville, Calif., residence to begin his journey to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, on May 21, 2016. Finan is riding to raise donations for the EOD Warrior Foundation, and plans to complete his journey within a month. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Geneva Croxton) Retired master sergeant rides bike to raise funds
For Larry Finan, May was been a busy month. While many slept, Finan packed up his campsite and prepared for another day on his self-supported bike ride from Vacaville, California, to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, to raise money through donations for the EOD Warrior Foundation.
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2016
Senior Airman Patrick Taylor, 60th Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron pharmacy technician, uses his badge to collect filled prescriptions from a GSL at David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., May 24, 2016.. DGMC is a main hub for Phase II training of pharmacy technicians, graduating 70 Airmen a year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Carter) Pharmacy more than just prescriptions
Many people think that the base has two pharmacies: one on the second floor of David Grant USAF Medical Center and one in the Base Exchange mini-mall. However, it may surprise people to find out that this is inaccurate. Another common misconception is that pharmacists and their technicians “just put pills in a bottle” or “lick, stick, count and pour.”
0 6/06
2016
Default Air Force Logo DGMC unveils new clinic
David Grant USAF Medical Center is in a constant state of growth and innovation to provide patients with the best medical care possible. Recently, DGMC opened the Anesthesia Pain Clinic, comprised of dedicated and compassionate professionals specializing in comprehensive care of patients with all forms of acute and chronic pain.
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2016
Pictured from left to right, Airman 1st Class Austen Copeland, Capt. Eric Rieboldt, Capt. Grant Hadley and Senior Airman Max Oldroyd, all assigned to the 21st Airlift Squadron, pose for a group picture on the flightline at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., April 26, 2016.  This aircrew evacuated injured Americans following the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium. Not pictured but also part of the crew were 1st Lt. Justin Gross and Staff Sgt. Chase Decker. (U.S. Air Force photo by Louis Briscese)

Travis C-17 crew brings wounded home
In early April, a Travis Air Force Base C-17 Globemaster III crew transported back to the United States an Air Force family wounded March 22 in the Brussels, Belgium, terrorist attacks.The ultimate result of a joint, multi-nation effort requiring extensive cooperation and planning, the mission - call sign "Reach 564" - showcased special Air Force
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Senior Airman Alyssa Overbay, 60th Force Support Squadron, poses for a photo at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., May 17, 2016. Overbay is a food service shift leader at the Sierra Inn Dining Facility. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Carter) Airman sinks teeth into active duty
Senior Airman Alyssa Overbay, 60th Force Support Squadron food service shift leader, began her journey into the military as part of the Air Force Reserves at March Air Force Base, California."I originally joined the military as a reservist to help with school and get a feel for the military," she said. "I was a reservist for three years and then
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