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  • Leadership Rounds: 21st Airlift Squadron

    The Leadership Rounds program provides 60th AMW leadership an opportunity to interact with Airmen and receive a detailed view of each mission performed at Travis AFB.
  • More than 1,200 Team Travis personnel receive flu vaccine in single day

    POD's are an organized way of efficiently distributing a vaccine to a large amount of people.
  • Travis executes DOD COVID-19 vaccination plan

    Travis AFB is administering the COVID-19 vaccine in accordance with the DOD distribution plan.
  • Leadership Rounds: 660th AMXS

    The Leadership Rounds program provides 60th AMW leadership an opportunity to interact with Airmen and receive a detailed view of each mission performed at Travis AFB.
  • ***MEDIA RELEASE*** Travis airman laid to rest

    Maj. KelliAnn Leli, the Travis Air Force Base airman who died November 27 in a non-combat related vehicle incident at Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, was laid to rest December 30.
  • Disposition of personal effects

    U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. Matthew Chumaciero, 60th Comptroller Squadron, is authorized to make disposition of the personal property of Staff Sgt. Jamell Nunez, deceased, 60th CPTS, as stated in Air Force Instruction 34-501, Mortuary Affairs Program.
  • Essential Team Travis medical personnel receive base's first COVID-19 vaccines

    Essential medical personnel from the 60th Medical Group are the first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at Travis AFB.
  • Travis AFB hosts drive-thru Candy Cane Lane

    Airmen and their families at Travis AFB drove up to receive gift bags filled with candy and ornaments Dec. 18 at the drive-thru Candy Cane Lane at the base’s Airman and Family Readiness Center.
  • Leadership Rounds: 60th CES

    The Leadership Rounds program provides 60th AMW leadership an opportunity to interact with Airmen and get a detailed view of each mission performed at Travis AFB.
  • CRW Defender overcomes gender stereotypes, likes being ‘underdog’

    When kids are told they can grow up to be anything they want, they tend to dream big. For Catherine Nelson, becoming a police officer was her childhood dream. She joined the military and enlisted as a security forces specialist in August 2009 when she was just 19 years old. When she began her career in security forces, she knew the job had been traditionally male-dominated in the past. And although this has changed over the years, Nelson said gender stereotyping can still happen in the military.
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