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Dr. Richard Joseph, Chief Scientist of the United States Air Force, Washington, D.C. uses a laser during his visit to Travis Air Force Base, Calif., July 12, 2018. Joseph toured David Grant USAF Medical Center, Phoenix Spark lab and visited with Airmen. Joseph serves as the chief scientific adviser to the Chief of Staff and Secretary of the AF, and provides assessments on a wide range of scientific and technical issues affecting the AF mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Louis Briscese) Air Force's top scientist visits Travis
Dr. Richard J. Joseph, U.S. Air Force Chief Scientist, along with colleague Donna C. Senft, Air Mobility Command chief scientist, toured Travis Air Force Base, California, July 11, to experience innovation at the base-level. Joseph and his team went to David Grant USAF Medical Center, the 60th Aerial Port Squadron and attended a “Think Tank” session with Travis’ Phoenix Spark Program,
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2018
U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. GI Tuck, 18th Air Force commander, Scott Air Force Base Ill., presides over the 60th Air Mobility Wing Change of Command Ceremony at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., July 10, 2018. Col. John Klein relinquished command of Air Mobility Command’s largest wing to Col. Ethan Griffin. (U.S. Air Force photo by Louis Briscese) Travis says goodbye to Col. John Klein, welcomes Col. Ethan Griffin as new base commander
Ask an Airman what they like doing on warm, summer mornings and more than likely, you won’t hear, “Get in my blues and stand at attention for two hours.” For members of the 60th Air Mobility Wing, though, that’s exactly what they did, but for good reason. They, among many Airmen around Travis Air Force Base, California, were given the opportunity to bid a final farewell to departing 60th AMW commander, Col. John Klein, as well as welcome his replacement, incoming 60th AMW commander, Col. Ethan Griffin, during a change of command ceremony July 10.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Travis AFB Exchange expands layaway program
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service at Travis Air Force Base, California, is helping military families go back to school while sticking to a budget by extending its layaway program to include computers and tablets needed to succeed in the classroom.
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Staff Sgt. Jack Davis, center, 60th Air Mobility Wing Judge Advocate office, conducts a will execution June 25 at the base legal office at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Davis and members of the 60th AMW JA office held a day to process wills and powers of attorney June 25, aiming to increase readiness by cutting into a backlog of requests for legal assistance. (U.S. Air Force photo/Nick DeCicco) Base legal dedicates day to readiness
The 60th Air Mobility Wing Judge Advocate prioritized preparation June 25 at Travis Air Force Base, California, dedicating a full day to processing wills and powers of attorney.
0 6/27
2018
Default Air Force Logo Travis Exchange shoppers can unlock special PCS savings with their Military Star card
Military Star is making moving to a new duty station smoother and more affordable for Travis Air Force Base, California, Airmen this summer.
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2018
10,000 hours Journey to 10,000: KC-10 flight engineer closing in on milestone – Part I
Under the cover of darkness early in the morning of June 1 Master Sgt. Scott Dillinger inched closer to achieving a significant milestone: 10,000 flight hours.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Travis to host bone marrow donation drive
In keeping with their commitment to the health and quality of life of all military families, the 60th Force Support Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, is partnering with David Grant USAF Medical Center to host a bone marrow donation drive June 4 and 6 at various locations on Travis.
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2018
Travis Air Force Base, Calif., hosts the Phoenix Spark Challenge May 10 at the Travis Passenger Terminal. The Phoenix Spark Challenge involved five local schools competing in an innovation contest to propose the best ideas for enhancing counter-unmanned aerial systems, airfield lighting system monitors, and self-driving vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sergeant Amber Carter) Travis hosts STEAM competition for local high schools
Named for Travis’ own innovation initiative, the “Phoenix Spark Challenge” allowed 49 students from the local community the opportunity to flex their genius on a set of three challenges currently facing Travis engineers.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Ask a doc: Over-the-counter testosterone boosters
Question: Do over-the-counter testosterone boosters work and are they safe? Answer: This is a very interesting question, and the answer is continuously evolving.
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2018
Twelve members of the 6th Air Refueling Squadron pose for a photo with the Senior Master Sgt. Albert Evans Trophy at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., May 11, 2018. The 6th ARS In-Flight Refueling Section was presented the award during the 39th Annual Boom Operator’s Symposium, which was held at Altus AFB, Okla., from April 27 – 29. The award is given annually to the most outstanding air refueling section in the Air Force. The 6th ARS has been awarded the honor six times, more than any other Air Force unit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. James Hodgman) 6th ARS in-flight refueling section recognized as best in Air Force
Nearly three dozen Airmen of the 6th Air Refueling Squadron’s In-Flight Refueling Section at Travis Air Force Base, California, had quite a year in 2017. The section was responsible for offloading 50 million pounds of fuel to more than 4,000 receiver aircraft and supporting missions around the globe.
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