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The 15th Air Mobility Operations Squadron quarterback, Jeff Panter [left] looks for an open teammate before Jerron Johnson, 60th Operations Support Squadron, completes a sack at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Matthew McGovern) 60th OSS victorious again
The 60th Operations Support Squadron reached their 11th strait victory defeating the 15th Air Mobility Operations Squadron, 27 to 6. The 60th OSS dominated the first half starting with receiver Ryan Habbeshaw's interception. Habbeshaw caught the ball then pitched it to Royce Mace, 60th OSS safety, who ran it 40 yards into the end zone. Then Joshua
0 12/01
2006
Default Air Force Logo MEO, EEO provides counsel during disputes
The Military Equal Opportunity and Equal Employment Opportunity offices are projected to combine under an Air Force Smart Operations of the 21st century initiative. "Our objective is to provide you with the best possible service maximizing the resources available," said Master Sgt. John Schumann, MEO superintendent. "While the next year looks to be
0 11/21
2006
Operation Nighthawk aims to randomly target active duty people entering the Travis gate for urinalysis testing. These nightly tests can happen to any active duty person, from the highest ranking to the lowest, at any time. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Matthew McGovern) Operation Nighthawk aimed at ending drug abuse
For those wishing to consume illegal substances only to have all traces expelled within a day or two before getting selected for a random drug test, this is not your lucky day! There is an operation in full swing to catch potential illegal substance violators at the gates of Travis. "The great thing about the Nighthawk is that it targets anyone
0 8/04
2006
Default Air Force Logo Team Travis bids farewell to interim command chief
After giving more than 24 years to the Air Force, Chief Master Sgt. Carol Johnson is scheduled to retire in a ceremony in front of the wing headquarters building today at 3:45 p.m. Chief Johnson served as the interim command chief for the 60th Air Mobility Wing before handing the reins over to Chief Master Sgt. Michael Williams last month. As
0 7/29
2006
A participant in the “Amazing Race” picks up a can, looking for his team’s number. The 615th Contingency Response Wing put on the race to combine physical skill, mental toughness and problem solving in the spirit of friendly competition. What an 'Amazing Race' it was
The 615th Contingency Response Wing put on an event unlike any other seen at Travis July 19 and 20. The event not only combined physical skill and mental toughness, but also incorporated teamwork, problem solving and fun all in the spirit of friendly competition. The "1st 615th CRW Amazing Race" lived up to the CRW's expectations and more. The
0 7/28
2006
Michael Shirley, 60th Security Forces Squadron, gets a base hit for 60th Mission Support Squadron during intramural softball game at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. June 29.   MSS defended their undefeated record against the 60th Dental Squadron by a score of 35-2. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Donald Osborn) 60th MSS still remains undefeated after win
It must be lonely at the top, especially for the members of the 60th Mission Support Squadron softball team. They defended their undefeated record of 9-0 against the members of the 60th Dental Squadron June 29. Although the DS is struggling this season with a 2-7 record, they started the game with confidence. The DS held their own in the beginning,
0 7/07
2006
Default Air Force Logo Speed limit awareness key to safe environment
Team Travis is only 40 days into the 101 critical days of summer campaign and 17 days into the official start of summer. During these summer months, children can get lost in their own world while playing. Although we tell our children not to go into the street or always watch for cars, the chances of an accident happening involving a child versus a
0 7/07
2006
Staff Sergeant Shawn Brown, IDEA program manager, reviews IDEA packages.  The IDEA program is designed to put money in Airmen’s pockets for their ideas to save the Air Force money. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jennifer Brugman) Travis officials say IDEA program is under-used
The Travis Innovative Development Employee Awareness program is not being utilized to its fullest, according to officials here. “Last year, 15 percent of those eligible at Travis participated in the IDEA program compared to 25 percent of AMC,” said Staff Sergeant Shawn Brown, IDEA program manager. “[That’s] not as many as there could be considering
0 6/19
2006
Senior Airman Dan Marchesseault, pest management specialist, sprays to exterminate wasps in the Travis housing areas.  The pest management shop stays busy controlling Travis’ mice, ant and pest population. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jennifer Brugman) Base pest control offers simple ways to get rid of unwanted bugs, vermin
When the creepy crawlies come out of the woodwork, base pest control is there to save the day. “The majority of the time people are glad to see us,” said Master Sgt. Lawrence Robinson, pest management shop foreman. The three-person pest control shop answers calls concerning snakes, wasps, mice, fleas and every other nuisance the base populace would
0 6/19
2006
Default Air Force Logo Stay safe in the sun
People are spending more and more time outside. Every day feels more like summertime here. As outdoor activities increase, it is important to think about staying healthy and safe. We have heard it all before. The sun’s powerful rays aren’t good for us. They have the potential to create short-term and long-term health problems. While there is a lot
0 6/09
2006
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