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Ms. Debra LuMaye, (right), instructs Ms. Shirley Apostol, a “zero to email” class student, how to check her email. The Mitchell Memorial Library offers the free course every Thursday from 8:30 to 10 a.m. It is open to all who have access to the base library and no previous computer knowledge is required.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Wendy Weidenhamer) "Zero to e-mail:" Travis' library making a difference
Silence can sometimes be very deceptive. To many walking into the Mitchell Memorial Library, it may seem as though little is happening, but the silence subtly hides the many opportunities the library offers. One of these opportunities is a computer class called "zero to e-mail," a basic computer class that began last spring and was the inspiration
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Helping Airmen make informed decisions
Airmen not satisfied with their current job situation or fell they are at a crossroads have resources available to them through the Career Assistance Advisor office. Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Lee, who is currently a C-17 Loadmaster, 21st Airlift Squadron, is being medically disqualified from his job. He went to the Career Assistance Advisor recently to
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2007
Mrs. Bunny Dominguez, director of the David Grant USAF Medical Center’s Retiree Activities Office, pins a star onto her “troops” board. Known for her “bunny hugs,” Mrs. Dominguez has been volunteering at various military locations for nearly 40 years. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight) Travis' retirees still serving
"Still Serving" While these two words may not mean much to the young Airmen serving in today's Air Force, they hold a lot of weight for the many retired servicemembers who continue to serve their country. Many retired servicemembers, such as Mr. Joe Rowan, a former Air Reserve technician and veteran of World War II, volunteer their time on base as
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Have you had your fluoride today?
Everyone enjoys the crisp, refreshing taste a glass of water brings after a long workday. But did you know a glass of tap water could help you fight tooth decay? Beginning in Grand Rapids, Mich., fluoride, a naturally occurring element, has been added to community tap water for more than 60 years. So how does adding fluoride to tap water help fight
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2007
Senior Airman Donald White shows his uncle, Mr. Warren Richardson enhanced features on an air traffic control simulator. Both are air traffic controllers with the 60th Operations Support Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight) Uncle, nephew watch over Travis sky together
In the summer of 2003, Donald White, like many high school seniors on the verge of graduating, was at a crossroad, unsure of what path he should take. Fortunately for Donald, he had "Uncle Warren" Richardson, nearby to help him make the right choice. "My uncle has always been one of my role models," he said. "I knew he would listen and help me make
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2007
Ms. Toni Cilop, (right), USO staff member, assists Mrs. Jacqueline Wilson sign in at the center. Mrs. Wilson is stationed with her husband in Okinawa, Japan and she and her family visited Travis’ USO during their stay. More than 12,000 people use the center annually, with the majority being families with one parent deployed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Wendy Weidenhamer.) USO: providing a light at the end of the ... hallway
Time at the airport these days can be stressful and days can be long. But, one organization located inside the Travis Air Force Base's passenger terminal would like to make time spent here a little more enjoyable. Walk down a narrow hallway in the terminal and near the end, a small red, white and blue sign hanging from the ceiling announces USO.
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2007
1st Lt. Elissa Ballas, 60th Surgical Operations Squadron physical therapist, demonstrates proper body and weight lift positioning with Airman 1st Class Vicente Rodriguez, 60 MSGS physical therapy technician. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim Spellman) Proper weightlifting techniques helps prevent muscle injury
Muscular fitness in a key component in everyone overall fitness health. However, when done improperly, weightlifting can lead to significant, painful and sometimes permanent injuries. Weightlifting injuries are one of the most frequently seen injuries at David Grant USAF Medical Center. The majority of these injuries are due to improper lifting
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2007
1st Lt. Michael Johnson, (foreground), 21st Airlift Squadron, and Col. Stephen Shea, (background), 60th Mission Support Group commander, take cover as they battle “insurgents” during the field exercise portion of the Combat Skills Training course. The two-day course is designed to teach Travis Airmen basic combat survival skills. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Candy Knight) Travis begins combat skills training
Imagine you're in a non-traditional Air Force role, driving a convoy through a deserted portion of Southwest Asia, when suddenly, the sound of gun fire crackles the air. What do you do? The 60th Security Forces Squadron has recently begun a two-day combat skills training course designed to teach Travis Airmen exactly what to do when in a combat
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2007
Default Air Force Logo ADAPT program helps kick alcohol dependency
The holiday season is the time of year where family and friends usually gather together to celebrate their choice of a religious day as well as bringing in the New Year. Whatever the reason for the season, the overuse of alcohol can turn a celebration into a tragedy. The Air Force has a program designed to combat the abuse of alcohol, whether it's
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2006
Default Air Force Logo OPSEC begins and ends with you
The current Global War on Terrorism means that all of Team Travis needs to remain vigilant and keep Operations Security on their minds at all times. "Sound OPSEC procedures and practices offer Travis our first line of defense against adversaries," said Col. Steve Arquiette, 60th Air Mobility Wing commander. "To succeed, everyone must avoid all
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2006
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