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  • Warrior of the Week - SrA Mayra Rivera Mendoza, June 28 - July 4

    The Warrior of the Week program recognizes outstanding Airmen who have made significant contributions to their unit.
  • Thin Blue Line, Part 2: Defenders secure flight line, ensure mobility mission

    The beret they wear bears the message, “Defensor Fortis,” defenders of the force. They protect thousands of people and Air Force resources at bases in the United States and around the world.
  • Travis AFB identifies deceased Airman

    An active-duty U.S. Air Force Airman from Travis Air Force Base was pronounced dead at their off-base residence June 30, 2020, in Vacaville. The Airman has been identified as Senior Airman Zulema Gonzalez-Romero from the 60th Medical Group.
  • Wing names chief innovation officer to keep up with modernization demand

    In an effort to keep up with the demand for innovation, leadership at the 621st Contingency Response Wing recently created a new position to assist the development of innovative ideas and continued process improvement. “Innovation is not a nicety. It’s a necessity,” said Lt. Col. Lindsey Bauer, the newly appointed 621st CRW chief innovation officer.
  • Travis Airmen carve way forward for racial equality

    Travis Airmen and civilians came out for a June 19 town hall, hosted by Travis’ newly-formed Cultural Consciousness Committee, some of whom expressed feelings of anxiety and fear through vignettes of what it’s like to be a Black person in not only America, but the Air Force, too.
  • Leadership Rounds: 60th DS

    Leadership Rounds: 60th DS
  • Warrior of the Week, A1C Sara Marinelli

    The Warrior of the Week program recognizes outstanding Airmen who have made significant contributions to their unit.
  • Travis squadron commander reflects on career as officer, gay man

    On the morning of Sept. 21, 2011, Justin Hickey didn’t have to hide anymore. At the time, Hickey was a captain and an operations officer with the 60th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Travis AFB, California. That morning, however, he was a gay man who no longer had to conceal his identity thanks to the repeal of the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, which barred lesbians, gays and bisexuals from serving openly in the United States military.
  • Active-duty Airman found dead off-base

    An active-duty Airman from Travis Air Force Base was pronounced dead at their off-base residence June 30, 2020, in Vacaville. The name of the deceased is being withheld until 24 hours following next-of-kin notification.
  • Airmen adapt to COVID-19 working conditions

    Though U.S. Airmen are used to facing unique conditions these challenges are further complicated due to the coronavirus pandemic. All individuals on Department of Defense property, installations, and facilities are required to wear cloth face coverings when they cannot maintain six feet of physical distance in public areas or work centers. Travis Airmen have adapted to working in close quarters by reducing the amount of staff present, wearing personal protective equipment and maintaining physical distancing when possible. Frequent use of disinfectants and hand sanitizers are also part of the new normal.
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