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Gregory Trumbull, 60th Medical Support Squadron logistics specialist, Axe kicks through wood. (Courtesy photo) Logistics specialist busts boards, wins trophies
With a quick movement, multiple boards break into pieces and many concrete blocks shatter to the ground. This sounds like the works of an earthquake, but it's not. The damage is done by the hands of a man that has spent the past 33 years in martial arts. Master Gregory Trumbull, 60th Medical Support Squadron logistics specialist, has won
0 4/13
2007
Tech. Sgt. Martha Ray, 60th Operations Support Squadron weather flight, checks the forecast on her computer April 10. The flight provides weather data to support the base 24 hours a day seven days a week. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kristen Rohrer) Weather Flight rules the night
The Weather Flight office is calm and quiet after the hustle and bustle of the day is over and the evening shift begins their night's work. The Weather Flight is small in comparison to other flights on base, with an all-enlisted flight of eight weather forecasters, but their job is just as important as any other. Although a relatively small office,
0 4/13
2007
Senior Airman Karen Go, 60th Medical Operations Squadron emergency room
technician, injects antibiotics into a syringe at the David Grant USAF Medical Center 
emergency department, Tuesday. The DGMC emergency department is staffed and 
trained to fully diagnose and treat patients. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Donald 
Osborn)
No quiet nights at ER
It's 11 p.m. and the eerie silence at Travis is shattered by the crashing sound of twisted metal and broken glass. There are victims with multiple lacerations and in need of immediate medical attention. The 911 calls from other motorists reach the David Grant USAF Medical Center emergency department. Within seconds, emergency technicians race
0 4/06
2007
Members of the 60th Civil Engineer Squadron’s Fire Department team and the 60th Medical Operations Squadron, work to stabilize an interactive remotely controlled mannequin, during a recent Joint Emergency-Fire Department Trauma Response Exercise at Travis. The exercise tested both the Emergency and Fire department’s trauma inter-agency response, communication and team performance in responding to a life-threatening emergency. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Austin Delacruz, 60th Medical Operations Squadron) CRASHED: 60th Medical Operations Squadron Emergency Department and 60th Civil Engineering Squadron Fire Department practice Joint Trauma Response Exercise
Time: 8:50 a.m. Day: Saturday. It's a cold, quiet morning at Travis, but Maj. Raymond Nudo, Staff Sgt. Ivan Fronefield, Tech. Sgt. Eric Swanson and Mr. Michael McCann have just completed the setup and preparation of a surprise exercise. The clock struck 9:10. Major Nudo gave Sergeant Swanson a verbal direction to commence the exercise. The
0 3/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo Don’t forget to stretch
Having had the privilege to work with the Air Force Men's and Women's Volleyball teams last year, it came to my attention how many people do not stretch properly before workouts. During the three-week tryouts for the teams, I saw many elite-level athletes with injuries that could have easily been prevented with proper stretching. So, what does this
0 3/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo Flying for free
With the summer months fast approaching, many families will begin planning for vacations and relaxing getaways. But with the cost of traveling, it is impossible for some to enjoy the vacation they hoped for. Enter Space Available travel. Space A is available to active duty, reservists, National Guard, retirees and dependents. It allows passengers
0 3/23
2007
Mrs. Marlene Paulson, David Grant USAF Medical Center chapel volunteer, fills out paperwork. For 23 years, she has volunteered at the DGMC where she assists and comforts patients, and their families during stressful medical times. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kristen Rohrer) Retiree volunteer offers time, comfort to DGMC patients
"Still Serving" Going to the hospital for an emergency or just a routine doctor's appointment can often be a fearful experience for people, and many times patients, or families are left without any support system during what can be a difficult time. This is when volunteers like Mrs. Marlene Paulson step in and lend a helping hand and a caring heart
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Retiree reminisces on Air Force career
"Still Serving" Standing in the hot, clammy one-story wooden barracks at Fort Knox, Ky., an Army Air Forces recruit stood motionless, staring at a single piece of paper on the bulletin board. The single statement written on the paper had a significant impact on our Air Force history. "Well, it said the Army Air Forces was splitting up into two
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2007
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
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