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Default Air Force Logo The Last Flight of the C-133 Cargomaster
It is in very rare instances that a person gets to see the last of something occur in front of their very eyes. This will be the case on Aug. 30 during the 2008 Travis Air Expo, when the last Douglas C-133 "Cargomaster" flies from Alaska to Travis. Thousands of spectators will be on hand to witness this historic last flight of an aircraft whose
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2008
Portrait of Brig. Gen. Robert Travis, (U.S. Air Force photo) Remember when ... Brig. Gen. Robert Travis
At six feet two inches tall, Brig. Gen. Robert Falligant Travis was an imposing figure. He was a man that pooled together his resources and expected excellence not only from himself, but also the people that worked for him. While commander of Fairfield-Suisun Air Force Base (now Travis AFB), it was not uncommon to see the general riding his bike to
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Remember when ... Flying with the BEELiners
Flying with the "BEELiners" is like flying with a piece of history. Activated as the 21st Transport Squadron on April 3, 1942 under the command of Major Edgar W. Hampton, the unit was first assigned to the Air Transport Command, U.S. Army Air Force in Australia (later Fifth Air Force). Within four months of activation on July 5, the unit was
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2008
Brendan Myrick, center, competes in a recent track race. Myrick is one of seven children with ties to Travis who will compete in the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics scheduled for July 23 through Aug. 2 in Detroit. (Courtesy photo) Full Stride Track Club has Travis ties
A track squad started by Team Travis members four years ago now has children sprinting all the way to Michigan. The Full Stride Track Club is sending 19 children from the Solano County area - including seven children with ties to Travis - to the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics scheduled for July 23 through Aug. 2 in Detroit. Senior Master
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2008
Airman 1st  Class Steven Seibert, a 60th CES pest management journeyman gives a glimpse to the number of bees on one partition of a “false hive,” where pest control managers hold the bees after removing them from building wall. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Shaun Emery) Getting all the buzz
A track squad started by Team Travis members four years ago now has children sprinting all the way to Michigan. The Full Stride Track Club is sending 19 children from the Solano County area - including seven children with ties to Travis - to the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics scheduled for July 23 through Aug. 2 in Detroit. Senior Master
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Notary Services and Powers of Attorney
Need a document notarized or a power of attorney? Visit the Travis Legal Office for a walk-in appointment Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., except Tuesday from 8 a.m. to noon when the notary desk is closed. Legal assistance is available for all active duty personnel, retired personnel and their dependents. Bring a military
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Diet and decay! How to keep your teeth healthy
Dental caries is a transmissible oral disease that results in the breakdown of teeth, generally known as cavities. Sounds scary, doesn't it? The good news about caries is that it is preventable. What causes caries? Bacteria that normally reside in your mouth use foods we eat that are high in carbohydrates and sugar, and produce acids as a
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Remember when... the C-124 Globemaster II
In March 1953, the 9th Bombardment Wing assigned to the Strategic Air Command was transferred from Travis to Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. With the departure of the 9th, three squadrons from the Military Air Transport Service were then assigned to Travis. Though these MATS squadrons originally flew the C-54M "Samaritans," at Travis they
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Travis member helps save a life
It is a decision that could possibly be a matter of life or death for a 59-year-old female recipient suffering from cancer. For Mr. John Lacomia, 60th Air Mobility Wing Historian, it just seemed like the right thing to do. "I feel that I'm doing the right thing by helping people," said Mr. Lacomia. "It's so easy to say 'no,' but really, how hard is
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Rio Vista Junction offers peek into past
With its bell clanging, the railcar pulls noisily from the station, loops through a shady eucalyptus grove and begins rolling south through the grassy Montezuma Hills. Such a scene might be a mirage from the past, but it is played out each weekend at the Western Railway Museum where visitors ride historic streetcars and interurban electric trains
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2008
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