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Default Air Force Logo October: National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
For more than 20 years, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month has helped focus national attention on breast cancer and the importance of early detection and treatment. This year in America, more than 211,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. The good news is that today, if detected early, the five-year survival rate for breast cancer
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2007
Default Air Force Logo ID theft: a threat to Airmen
Though the number of cases at Travis in the last year is reportedly small, identity theft is a threat every Airman should be aware, Travis officials say. An identity can be stolen in a number of ways, but its purpose is for the perpetrator's personal gain, said Capt. Ian McCrea, chief of legal assistance. "Identity theft is somebody acting like you
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Toastmasters helps build public speaking skills
For many, giving a speech or getting up in front of an audience can be an uncomfortable situation and nerves can get in the way of giving a good presentation. Enter: Toastmasters. "Toastmasters will give individuals the skills and confidence you need to effectively express themselves in any situation," said Marcy Anholt, Travis Toastmasters member.
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2007
Erika La Tour Eiffel inserts a post into the top of one of her models of the Berlin Wall. The Travis Arts and Crafts Center also makes shadowboxes, flag boxes, coin racks and awards boards and is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The shop offers "do-it-yourself" hours Wednesdays from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (U.S. Air Force photo/Nick DeCicco) Take a visit to Arts and Crafts
A military installation may be the last place one would expect to find someone who ardently devotes her free time to the Berlin Wall. Rebuilding the iconic Cold War barrier is of great importance to Erika La Tour Eiffel. She even carries around photographs of graffiti-splattered sections of the wall on her BlackBerry. Such a fixation doesn't seem
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2007
Hispanic Heritage Month (color), Illustration by Virginia Reyes, AFNEWS/NSPD Hispanic-Americans: making a positive impact on American society
Another observance month is upon us. Another month of activities, social gatherings and fun-filled events geared to highlight awareness towards a particular culture or ethnic background. But are these activities embracing diversity, or pointing out differences? Knowledge and understanding are the pathways to accepting differences and lead to the
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2007
Members of the 60th Aerial Port Squadron prepare to deploy to Southwest Asia. The deployment marks Team Travis’ continued support of the war effort. (U.S. Air Force photo)

60th APS members continue striving toward goals
While the 60th Aerial Port Squadron just finished welcoming back its award-winning 2007 Rodeo Team, they also are in the midst of saying goodbye to half as they depart to support the war effort in Air Expeditionary Force 9/10. The port is in the middle of ensuring its members are adequately trained and prepared to deploy to the area of
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Operations Security vital in our changing world
Operations Security should be at the forefront of our minds during the upcoming Operational Readiness Inspection, as it should during all military activities. Operations Security, designed to ensure our critical information does not fall into the wrong hands, encourages heightened awareness and proper OPSEC procedures by all personnel and is our
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Do you know your foot type?
As the Air Force culture has shifted from cycle ergometry testing to the current "Fit to Fight" program, it is becoming more important for Airmen to understand the necessity to select the proper kind of running shoe for their specific foot type. here are three basic foot types: low arch (flat feet), normal arch and high arch. Each foot type has a
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2007
Airmen practice Self Aid and Buddy Care techniques during an exercise. SABC is commonly used by the military in deployed environments where there is a constant threat of serious bodily injury from improvised explosive devices, bombs and mortars. (U.S. Air Force photo) Self Aid, Buddy Care saves lives
For those in need of emergency medical care after a life-threatening injury, Self-Aid and Buddy Care can save a life. "SABC is 21st century life and limb saving skills; steps taken to save lives," said Jerry Hoenicke, 60th Air Mobility Wing Self Aid and Buddy Care advisor. "It is emergency first-aid care that can save a life in any situation." SABC
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Never too early to start brushing, flossing
In this day and age of fast foods, soda and candy-filled pantries, it is no wonder that children are still coming to the dentist with cavities that need to be fixed. Good oral hygiene is something that should start a few days after birth. A simple wiping of your child's gums with a washcloth after each meal is all it takes to begin establishing
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2007
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