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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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2016
Capt. Danielle Anderson, 60th Medical Operations Squadron physical therapist, performs lumbar manipulation March 16 at David Grant USAF Medical Center. Lumbar manipulation is used to treat acute lower back pain, which is one of the injuries that qualifies Airmen to receive a direct access physical or occupational therapy appointment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Carter) Method eases access to PT
Airmen are the Air Force's most important asset and keeping them fit to fight is the goal of the physical and occupational therapy departments at David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base, California.The Air Force Medical Operations Agency recently directed all Air Force military treatment facilities to establish direct access
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2016
The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment team poses for a photo March 15 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. The ADAPT program objective is to minimize the negative consequences of substance abuse to the individual, family and organization. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Carter)   ADAPT helps fight alcohol abuse
April is alcohol awareness month. According to health.gov, drinking too much alcohol increases people's risk of injuries, violence, drowning, liver disease and some types of cancer.Recognizing that you have a problem with alcohol is the first step to recovery.The second step is seeking help. The alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment
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2016
Maj. Timothy Williams, left, and Maj. Lucas Neff, right, perform bench top testing of balloon catheters March 14 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., using a custom-made blood flow simulator. The CIF, located at David Grant USAF Medical Center, is the research facility where the REBOA catheter came to fruition. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Carter)
Wartime Innovation: Battleborn medical device saves lives at home
In the early morning hours of Feb. 21, a 28-year-old gunshot victim is inside an ambulance enroute to University of California Davis Medical Center, the only level I trauma center in Sacramento, California. The patient, receiving cardiopulmonary resuscitation during transport, is fading quickly due to blood loss from multiple gunshot wounds.After a
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Travis looks back five years to Operation Tomodachi
Five years ago today - March 11, 2011 - an earthquake off the northern coast of Japan, near the Tohoku region, caused a tsunami that devastated the country. More than 28,000 people were killed or left missing and it caused billions of dollars in infrastructure damage.The 9.0 magnitude earthquake was determined by the United States Geologic Survey
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2016
In honor of African American History Month and the Tuskegee Airmen, a crew of six Airmen from the 21st Airlift Squadron organized an all African-American crew March 2 for a night training mission. From left to right, Capt. Broderick Lockett, pilot; Senior Airman Charles Palmer, loadmaster; Capt. Dante Earle, pilot; Capt. Saj El-Amin, pilot; Master Sgt. Ronald Strayhorne, loadmaster; and Master Sgt. Shevaun Reighter, instructor loadmaster. Flight celebrates Tuskegee Airmen
National African American History Month, which took place in February, is an annual celebration of achievements by African-Americans in the United States.A famous group of African-Americans in U.S. Air Force history is the Tuskegee Airmen. This group is remembered for being the first African-American service members to serve as military aviators in
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2016
Staff Sgt. Jamie Hooker, 60th Force Support Squadron food service specialist, prepares fruit cups Feb. 16 at Travis Air Force Base, California. An important part of food services job is food preparation and dissemination to the eight food service locations on base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Amber Carter) AMC boosts Travis to finals for food service award
Excellence is the standard for every Airmen and every unit across the Air Force. When Airmen work together to surpass excellence, their efforts can lead to recognitions such as being nominated to compete for the John L. Hennessy Trophy Award.The Travis Air Force Base, California, Sierra Inn Dining Facility was selected as Air Mobility Command's
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2016
Staff Sgt. Matthew Sato, left, Airman 1st Class Jordan Giles, center, and Brandon Mitchell, right, 60th Civil Engineer Squadron heating, ventilating and air conditioning technicians, repair a refrigeration unit Feb. 10 at the child development center at Travis Air Force Base, California. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Amber Carter) HVAC team keeps Travis comfortable
The temperature outside can affect daily life with changes to outdoor activities, clothing and even mood.Heating, ventilating and air conditioning technicians at Travis Air Force Base, California, keep indoor temperature controlled no matter what the climate is outside."We are responsible for comfort heating and cooling for buildings and equipment,
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2016
The 349th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and the 312th Airlift Squadron partnered to launch an all-Reserve air and ground crew flight Jan. 23, 2016, from Travis Air Force Base, Calif., to Alaska. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Madelyn Brown) 349th AMS, 312th AS: Training from the ground up
It takes a 'village' as nearly every Air Force Specialty Code touches the aircraft, with training or qualification when Team Travis members launched a C-5M Super Galaxy from Travis Air Force Base, California, to Alaska, Jan. 23, 2016.The 349th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and the 312th Airlift Squadron proceeded with normal operations in the
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