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Default Air Force Logo Fire Prevention encourages Team Travis to properly discard smoking materials
With California currently experiencing its worst fire conditions in three decades, the Travis Fire Department would like to remind everyone to be careful around the base. The base has large expanses of natural wild land that is extremely dry. A carelessly thrown cigarette butt or ash flicked from the tip of a cigarette can ignite a fast moving fire
0 8/14
2007
Staff Sgt. Chris Crankshaw, 60th Security Forces Squadron, "arrests" an Airman for drinking and driving. The average cost of DUI, including fines, court fees and insurance increase, is more than $7,000. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Candy Knight) "You just ruined your career"
How far are you willing to go to end your career? If you were asked to name a violent crime that put's innocent lives in danger, what would be the first thing that came to your mind? Armed robbery of a convenient store? Stealing a vehicle at gunpoint? Selling drugs? You are probably thinking that there is no way a disciplined military member would
0 8/10
2007
Default Air Force Logo FitFactor encourages youth to exercise
Youth in the Travis community are going to have to exert a bit of physical effort in order to win the FitFactor program's 2007 grand prize, an iPod Nano. Participating in FitFactor, an exercise program encouraging children from ages 6 to 18 to lead healthy lives and stay in shape, will enter children for a chance to win iPod and iTunes-related
0 8/09
2007
Travis firefighters hose down flames in the aircraft fuselage mock-up while wearing 75 pounds of gear July 19. During the training, firefighters practice crew continuity, accountability, fire attack methods and tactics to name a few. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Matthew McGovern) In the heat of the moment
A C-5, trailing smoke and flames from an engine, makes an emergency landing at Travis. Masked men in metallic grey suits immediately begin extinguishing the flames before they spread to the aircraft's fuel reserves. To stay prepared for crisis of this kind, firefighters from Travis and the local community train on an aircraft mock-up on Travis'
0 7/26
2007
Airman 1st Class Sarah Jones, 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight technician, fills a Wet Bulb Globe Temperature monitor to accurately measure humidity levels associated with the first heat wave of the summer at Travis. (U.S. Air Force photo) 60th AMS offers body hydration tips
"Lift those canteens up high, trainees. Drink until they're empty! Now hold them over your head and turn them upside down. If I see one drop come out of the opening of those canteens, you're going to be on your faces pushing Texas!" Those of us who were lucky enough to go through basic training during the summer months remember how important it is
0 6/20
2007
Default Air Force Logo Things to do in a day: Sitting on the dock of the bay
Northern California is a quite remarkable place to live. Not only is the Bay Area weather delightful and the scenery absolutely stunning, but it has an enormous amount of entertainment and impressive activities to do. In the heart of the Bay Area is the glorious city of San Francisco. Of course you can see the normal tourist attractions like
0 6/06
2007
For those looking for a local get away, Napa Valley offers numerous fun activities ranging from wine tasting, golf and hot-air balloon rides while enjoying the beautiful scenery. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cassie Brown) Things to do in a day: A valley full of treasures
Last week, you were relaxing on the sparkling water getting closer to nature. This week get back on dry land by taking a quick trip to a place with countless treasures to be found: the Napa Valley. A very popular vacation spot in Northern California, Napa can be enjoyed for more than just its vineyards and wine tasting. An exceptional way to "lift
0 5/30
2007
Default Air Force Logo Things to do in a day: Relaxing with nature
Finally, it's Friday and tension has you ready to explode. Escaping somewhere peaceful so you can hear yourself think is only a dream. Or is it? There is a quiet and beautiful place only a short drive away that is filled with relaxing and fun activities to lift your spirits - Lake Berryessa. Lake Berryessa is one of the largest bodies of fresh
0 5/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo A Survivor's Story
As he sat through the Sexual Assault and Response Program briefing during basic training he never thought anything like that would happen to him. Months later during his technical training, Airman Smith (not his real name) found himself sexually assaulted by his instructor who before then, he thought of as a "cool guy who he saw as a role model."
0 5/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Band of the Golden West rocks the house
Of the many military bands in existence, it is the USAF Band of the Golden West that represents Team Travis. The Air Force Band of the Golden West, like the whole Air Force band program, traces its roots to the 1940's during World War II, when the Air Force was still part of the Army. At that time, Army Air Force bands were conducted and made
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2007
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