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Default Air Force Logo DGMC's dynamic duo supports Air Force's greatest asset - Battle-ready Airmen warriors
From feet to head, that's how David Grant USAF Medical Center nurtures the Air Force's greatest asset; the battle-ready Airman warrior. The 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron's Flight Medicine and Force Health Management departments at DGMC ensure expeditionary forces are medically ready for worldwide operations. Their goal is to optimize human
0 12/03
2008
Members of the Travis Air Force Base Honor Guard perform paul bearer duties during a mock full honors funeral service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Shaun Emery) Honor guard gets in sync with help from trainers
Twenty-five members of the Travis Air Force Base Honor Guard were honored during a graduation ceremony recently, marking their completion of training from the United States Air Force Honor Guard Training Team here. Prior to receiving their certificates, honor guard members conducted a full-honors funeral demonstration for those in attendance. "It
0 11/25
2008
Default Air Force Logo SARC: Key to prevention is awareness
One aspect of Travis' Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program is a lofty but ambitious and it's one aimed at keeping the base's people safe. While the aspects are built right into the organization's name, a growing aspiration involves preventative care, making Airmen conscious of behavior that is unacceptable, said Kirk Whitman, SAPR program
0 11/24
2008
Default Air Force Logo Protocol a behind-the-scenes job
As she tries to relax in her chair ready to answer a volley of interview questions, Capt. Patrice Williams breathes a sigh of relief. It's the first relief the new chief of the 60th Air Mobility Wing Protocol Office has had in a long day. "There is no one particular job that can prepare you for Protocol," the captain says with an uneasy chuckle.
0 11/24
2008
Operation Nickel Grass Remember when ... Operation Nickel Grass
The United States Air Force has proven in 61 years that it can move troops, supplies and equipment anywhere in the world when called upon. The Berlin Airlift presented the first airlift challenge to the Air Force in 1948. The service met and overcame that challenge, while preventing a war with the Soviet Union. Twenty-five years later, the Air
0 10/31
2008
Default Air Force Logo AFSO 21 initiatives improve work processes at Travis
Given the aim of Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century, the ultimate goal of its trainers at Travis doesn't seem unusual. After all, what better way to demonstrate the effectiveness of the program? "We're trying to work ourselves out of AFSO 21 training jobs," said Capt. Scott Knerr, 22nd Airlift Squadron. The objective isn't
0 10/01
2008
Staf Sgt. William Kelly, 60th Security Forces Squadron, is "tabbed" as an Air Forces Ranger by his supervisor and mentor Tech. Sgt. Enrico Catubo, 60th SFS deputy Raven program manager. Travis Airmen earns title of Air Forces Ranger
The goal of United States Army Rangers training is to mold troops into some of the best combat soldiers in the world. Primarily, the experience is reserved for members of the Army, although not exclusively. When Staff Sgt. William Kelly, a Raven Team Leader with 60th Security Forces Squadron, arrived for the first day of training, he was already an
0 9/18
2008
Default Air Force Logo Travis member at Pentagon during 9/11
Most remember where they were and what they were doing when they first heard about or watched as tragedy unfolded seven years ago on Sept. 11, 2001. For one Travis member, the events of that tragic day were witnessed first-hand. Then Capt. Timothy Tenne started his day at the Pentagon as part of the J5 Division within The Joint Chief's of Staff
0 9/12
2008
Default Air Force Logo Program offers support to Airmen, families
The military lifestyle is a constantly changing one. The frequent moves, deployments and job changes can be difficult for many families. The Travis Phoenix Spouse Program, offered through the Airman and Family Readiness Center, is a formal unit program that offers informal peer-to-peer support to families that might be feeling the stress from these
0 9/11
2008
Default Air Force Logo Travis Airman to run in Air Force Marathon
After failing his physical fitness test a few years ago, Master Sgt. Ron Ennis decided it was time to shape up. Sergeant Ennis knew the unfortunate reality of the situation: If he didn't ditch the flab, the Air Force was going to ditch him. So Sergeant Ennis got himself to a gym and began transforming himself from couch potato into fit specimen. In
0 9/11
2008
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