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Default Air Force Logo Breakfast is the most important meal of the day
It turns out that our mothers were right when they insisted that breakfast was the most important meal of the day. Numerous research-based studies show that having something to eat before heading off to work or to school helps with concentration, work performance, problem solving ability, weight control and overall health. Adults who eat breakfast
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Understanding Consent
Most people understand that a sexual assault occurs when one person forces another person to have sex. However, under military law, force may not be necessary when alcohol is involved because a person who is incapacitated cannot consent. The Department of Defense is committed to providing comprehensive response and care to victims of sexual
0 4/23
2008
Default Air Force Logo Content filter keeps base computers secure
Many who have operated a computer at Travis have encountered the base's informational electric fence when it comes to Web browsing. It's a familiar, yet understandable story. For example: Try to visit YouTube to show a friend that funny clip of Sarah Silverman and Matt Damon from "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and prepare to face the fence's favorite three
0 4/15
2008
Default Air Force Logo Healthy eating ... healthy you
A healthy lifestyle is the key to feeling great, being Fit to Fight and Fit for Life. Experts agree good nutrition practices and physical activity are keys to getting the most out of life. Good nutrition practices start with a healthy eating plan - remembering to stay in balance with portion sizes, practicing moderation and using variety in healthy
0 4/08
2008
The 10th Troop Carrier Squadron’s emblem symbolizes the various roles the unit played in the Allied success against the Axis powers in Europe. The same emblem is still used today by the 10th Airlift Squadron of McChord Air Force Base, Wash. (U.S. Air Force photo) Remember when...The 10th Troop Carrier Squadron
A colleague once conveyed to me that the goal of a military historian is to, "Build your future by, knowing your past." That phrase rings true eight years after it was told to me. In the past two years, I have studied the history of the 60th Air Mobility Wing, its accomplishments and the people, aircraft and units that have made it one of the best
0 4/01
2008
Travis members raft down the American River in 2007. After more than 20 trips on the gorge section of the American River’s south fork last year, Outdoor Recreation plans to expand with once-a-month overnight treks traversing the river’s eight-mile upper and lower portions. (U.S. Air Force photo) Outdoor Recreation to offer whitewater rafting trips
Much like the rush of the rivers its enthusiasts hope to navigate, the 2008 whitewater rafting season approaches rapidly. For Travis' Outdoor Recreation facility, this means its busiest time of year is just around the bend. Before putting on the rivers of Northern California, though, the program needs guides, said Ben Evers, the facility's outdoor
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2008
Default Air Force Logo SABC cards can help save a life
When life-threatening injuries occur, Self-Aid and Buddy Care, has been shown to be a real life-saver, especially for those in deployed locations. With this in mind, the 60th Medical Group commander, Col. Lee Payne vigorously endorsed the 60th Air Mobility Wing SABC advisor's plan to create a deck of the SABC playing cards. According to the SABC
0 3/06
2008
Default Air Force Logo Travis' unblinking eye
Fog rolls across a dark and cold airfield, as much of Team Travis sleeps peacefully, their workday done. It is quiet - at least, as quiet as Air Mobility Command's largest base can be - and few will stir tonight, safe and warm in their beds. Maintainers busy themselves readying aircraft for the next day's missions, while Security Forces maintain a
0 2/28
2008
Default Air Force Logo Keep safety a top priority
As the Unit Compliance Inspection approaches, Team Travis continues to stay focused on completing all necessary tasks and items. During this time, safety remains Travis' top priority and responsibility. To that end, the Voluntary Protection Program is dedicated to ensuring safety stays at the top of the list. VPP was initiated by The Occupational
0 2/27
2008
Default Air Force Logo DGMC provides Traumatic Stress Response for units in distress
Post-traumatic stress disorder is a term that has gained a great deal of attention in the past few years. PTSD is a disorder diagnosed after an individual has experienced a traumatic event and responded to the event with intense emotions. Some symptoms of PTSD include re-experiencing the event through dreams or recurrent distressing recollections
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2008
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