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Capt. Malika Moretti, 60th Medical Operations Squadron clinical social worker, speaks to 60th Security Forces Squadron members June 11, 2018, at the main gate at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. (U.S. Air Force photo/Nick DeCicco) Air Force social worker living her American dream
Born in Poland and raised in Denmark and Germany, Capt. Malika Moretti, 60th Medical Group clinical social worker, always had a desire to live in the United States. “Being a little girl, my dream was to move to the U.S.,” said Moretti. “The U.S. was great, so advanced and so much more than what we had in Europe. I wanted to see what was possible. Now I’ve actually been able to fulfill that dream.”
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Airman 1st Class Anthony Lapiana, 60th Medical Diagnostics and Therapeutic Squadron histology technician, uses a microtome to cut samples of patient tissue, Feb. 15, 2018, Travis Air Force Base, Calif. After the tissue is processed it is transferred onto microscopic glass slides and studied by pathologists to make patients’ diagnosis. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Liliana Moreno/Released) Pathologists: Medicine’s private investigators
Pathologists are board-certified medical doctors or doctors of osteopathy who analyze blood, tissue, cells and body fluids to determine the cause, origin and nature of disease or death. They also monitor testing to answer questions a provider may have about a specimen.
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2018
Tech. Sgt. Michael Vanderhoef, 60th Surgical Operations Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of the Orthotics Lab, demonstrates the process for making an orthotics brace April 17, 2018 inside David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. In the last year, the Orthotics Lab has cared for more than 4,000 patients and produced nearly 1,000 custom fabricated devices. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. James Hodgman) DGMC brace shop designs first tibial fracture orthosis in eight years
A 12-year-old boy raced toward the ball. He was determined to kick it into the back of the net to win the game. Another child challenged the would-be goal scorer and their legs slammed into one another in a violent collision.
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2018
Tech. Sgt. Adam Branam, an instructor for the 373rd Training Squadron, Detachment 14 conducts a repair demonstration for a group of crew chief trainees on a KC-10 Extender wheel assembly, Feb. 7, 2018, Travis Air Force Base, Calif. The 373rd Training Squadron, Detachment 14, based out of Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, trains crew chiefs, electricians, jet mechanics, avionics, air and ground equipment and hydraulics troops on aircraft maintenance and repair. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Heide Couch) 373rd Training Squadron maintains maintainers
The 373rd Training Squadron, Detachment 14, at Travis Air Force Base, California, provides maintenance training for all major commands, sister services and allied nations in airlift, special operations, tanker support and aerospace ground equipment.
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2018
Lt. Col. Claudio Covacci, 60th MXS commander(left), Michelle Marinucci, daughter of late Chief Master Sgt. George R. Tucker(center), and James Marinucci, grandson of late Chief Master Sgt. George R. Tucker(right), stand with a plackard the 60th Maintenance Squadron presented to Tucker's family in tribute to the work he accomplished for the squadron while he was alive January 12 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Tucker worked at Travis from 1964 until his retirement in 1985. 60th MXS honors former chief with room dedication
The life of late Chief Master Sgt. George R. Tucker is a storied one. Born on April 22, 1937, Tucker was the 14th child born of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tucker’s 15 children. From the outset of his development into a chief master sergeant, Tucker was a hard worker.
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Default Air Force Logo Sergeant confronts physical, mental challenges to complete CPE course
For Tech. Sgt. Brooke Williams, joining the 821st Contingency Response Squadron was like jumping onto a moving train. On the first day of her new assignment at Travis Air Force Base, California, after seeing her parachutist badge and Phoenix Raven tab, her supervisor asked if she was interested in the Close Precision Engagement course at Fort Bliss, Texas.
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2018
Members of Team Travis get a feel of the obstacles they'll face on the Battle Rig ahead of the Alpha Warrior competition, October 2017 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Of the five Travis competitors who ran the course, only Senior Airman Thomas Jackson, 60th Maintenance Squadron precision measurement equipment laboratory technician, completed it. Travis Airmen participate in Alpha Warrior Games
On Oct. 6, in the arid, unforgiving climate of Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada’s Las Vegas Valley, 18 U.S. Air Force representatives gathered to compete in the 2017 military iteration of the Alpha Warrior Competition.
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2017
Image of the skeletal structure of a patient’s hand displayed on the monitor of a mobile X-ray machine, Aug. 22, 2017, at the Orthopedic Hand Clinic, David Grant U.S. Air Force Medical Center, Travis Air force Base. Calif.  DGMC's Orthopedic and Podiatry Clinics are comprised of dedicated and compassionate professionals who specialize in the comprehensive care of patients with bone and joint disorders of the extremities. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Heide Couch) Hand clinic at DGMC is patient-centered
“When a patient comes in to see family medicine, family medicine may order X-rays and (laboratory tests) and then they may want the patient to go for therapy. The patient is running all over the hospital trying to find out where to go. Instead, we bring everyone to the patient."
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2017
Staff Sgt. Jonathan Estrada, 60th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, gave his MWD, Huba, a command to attack an airman Oct. 5 at the 60th SFS dog handler training section at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Huba is one of many military working dogs which practice daily to stay above the standards on their training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class, Jonathon D. A. Carnell) Military working dogs, handlers are mission ready
Having continuous training that not only conforms, but surpasses the standards set by the U.S. Air Force is how the 60th Security Forces Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, maintains mission readiness with their military working dogs.
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2017
U. S. Air Force Airmen participate in a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense survival skills training course on Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Sep. 21, 2017. The CBRN defense course consists of individual knowledge-based and demonstration performance objectives that provide an in-depth education on CBRN defense hazards and protective actions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch) CBRN training increases Travis readiness
Under a thick coat, pants, cotton and rubber gloves, cumbersome boot covers, a tightly pulled hood, a gas mask and a hot sun was Airman Lizette O. Whitter, 60th Comptroller Squadron customer service support administrator.
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