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Staff Sgt. Charles Butler writes at the watch commander’s desk in the 60th Radar Approach Control flight’s operation room. Sergeant Butler handles flight data and clearance delivery. (U.S. Air Force photo/Nick DeCicco) RAPCON ensures military, civilian flights reach destinations safely
Being northeast of San Francisco, one of the world's busiest air travel markets, makes the airspace above Travis a hotbed of aeronautic activity. As if that isn't enough, there's Sacramento, plus seven civilian airports nearby. The busy airspace makes for plenty of takeoffs and landings. It's in this low-altitude area - from the ground up to 10,000
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2008
FORWARD OPERATING BASE MAHOLIC, Afghanistan -- Senior Airman Neil Murray, a combat medic here, stocks his medical bag before heading out on a convoy. Combat medics are usually the first to treat wounded servicemembers and stabilize them for transport to medical facilities. (DoD Photo by Spc. Daniel Richardson) Airman medic comes to aid of Soldiers, Afghans
For a combat medic with the Police Mentor Team Linoma here, a normal day at the office can include calling out enemy positions to a gunner or treating life-threatening injuries. Senior Airman Neil Murray, an emergency room medical technician deployed from Travis Air Force Base, Calif., has spent the last several months as the sole medical provider
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Flu shots can prevent serious health complications
With falling temperatures, winter and the flu season are just around the corner. Influenza or the flu is different from the common cold and can result in serious complications for certain individuals. Not to be confused with the stomach flu, influenza is a contagious respiratory disease caused by the influenza virus. Symptoms usually come on
0 12/11
2007
Senior Airmen Laurina Sousa and Senior Airman Kenneth Cornelius work together in the 60th Comptroller Squadron’s customer service lobby. The squadron’s customer service section is its face, fielding questions and concerns from servicemembers and helping to solve problems. (U.S Air Force photo/Nick DeCicco) 60th CPTS keeps up the pace despite job relocations
Transformation sounds like the sort of word you would expect to hear leaders of a corporation use to talk about changes in the workforce. But if the men and women of the 60th Comptroller Squadron were wearing civilian clothes instead of camouflage, it would be hard for the untrained observer to know the difference. They're facing the same types of
0 12/05
2007
Default Air Force Logo Improve Travis, get rewarded with IDEA program
Airmen are getting rewarded for discovering ways to improve their job with the Travis Innovative Development Employee Awareness program. The IDEA program is an Air Force-wide incentive program that offers monetary rewards to people who improve the way they do business. "We want people with ideas -- big or small, to participate in the IDEA program
0 12/04
2007
Senior Airman Destini Monteiro, 60th Medical Operations Squadron cardiopulmonary technologist, provides metered-dose inhaler treatment and self-medication instructions on the use of an Aerochamber Spacer to Renda Ruffin at David Grant USAF Medical Center. During the flu season, senior citizens are more vulnerable to respiratory problems, dangerous forms of pneumonia and conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. (U.S Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Austin Delacruz Jr.) Therapists provide steps to keep seniors breathing easy
As the flu season approaches, senior citizens are even more vulnerable to respiratory problems, including complications from the flu, dangerous forms of pneumonia and conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. "Our seniors need to be on the top of their health; it's this time in life to listen to your body," said Senior Airman Andrew
0 11/29
2007
Default Air Force Logo Drinking and driving kills more than your career
Master Sgt. Sam Shahin has seen the damage drinking and driving can cause close up. Sergeant Shahin, 60th Medical Operations Squadron paramedic, has seen some unfortunate things in his line of work. One thing he said he will never forget is the first time he saw a baby die in an alcohol-related accident. "A lady was at a restaurant with her two
0 11/07
2007
The 15th Expeditionary Mobility Task Force welcomed Chief Master Sgt. Bruce Blodgett, as the new command chief. 15th EMTF receives new command chief
The 15th Expeditionary Mobility Task Force recently welcomed a new member to the Team Travis family. Chief Master Sgt. Bruce Blodgett, 15th EMTF command chief, arrived in September from Dover Air Force Base, Del., where he served as 436th Airlift Wing command chief. "My wife and I are excited to be here beginning our new adventure on the west
0 10/16
2007
Charlie Alonga hurls his bowling ball down a lane at Travis Bowling Center. Travis’ Bowling Center has one of the highest number of lines, which are the number of individuals playing a game, in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Nick DeCicco) Str ... ike: Bowling Center offers fun at low cost
Charlie Alonga spent years bowling with two fingers. He had never mastered getting the desired spin on the ball using the recommended three digits, so he stuck with his preferred method. But it put a lot of pain on his wrist. "You can play only so many games with two fingers," the Navy man's son said with a laugh. But all of that changed after a
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2007
The Beech C-45H “Expeditor” sits in front of the Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum at Travis. The C-45 is one of eight transport plans in the museum’s collection of aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo/Nick DeCicco) Museum a unique part of Travis community
One might think it impossible to make the largest museum in Air Mobility Command seem invisible, but that's exactly what Master Sgt. Terry Juran, 349th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, said is a hurdle for Travis' Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum. "Unfortunately, a lot of people just don't know that we exist," Sergeant Juran said recently. "There
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2007
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