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  • DGMC now treating vericose veins

    As times change, so does treatment in medicine. Interventional radiology is one of the fastest growing areas in providing minimally invasive treatment for patients. Here at David Grant USAF Medical Center, the 60th Diagnostic and Therapeutics Squadron’s interventional radiology department is involved in providing these services, such as the
  • 615th CRW celebrates 1 year anniversary

    The 615th Contingency Response Wing celebrated its first anniversary since standing up as Air Mobility Command’s second CRW here Tuesday. It marked the end of a year filled with natural disaster relief, contingency response exercises and developmental processes. Although the wing was developed from the now deactivated 615th Air Mobility Operations
  • Travis takes part in sport bike safety class test

    Travis sports bike riders took part in a motorcycle safety class as part of an Air Mobility Command initiative to reduce accidents. AMC evaluated sports bike safety courses and Travis volunteered to be a test site. More than a dozen Travis sports bike riders spent the morning of March 22 going over basic safety principles such as braking, managing
  • Travis dining facility wins Hennessy award for best food service in Air Force

    For the first time ever, Travis’ Food Service facility has been named the best in the Air Force. Air Force officials announced March 30 that the Sierra Inn Dining Facility won the 2006 Air Force Hennessy Award for having the best food service program in the Air Force. “It hasn’t set in yet,” Master Sgt. Edward Valledor, facility manager, said about
  • Travis Airman named one of AMC’s top 12

    A Travis first sergeant was selected as one of the 12 Outstanding Airman of the Year for Air Mobility Command. Master Sgt. Maria Kraft, first sergeant of the 60th Logistics Readiness Squadron, was one of three first sergeants selected for the first sergeant category. The other finalists fell under the Airman, NCO and Senior NCO categories. Sergeant
  • Program offers civilians follow-on education opportunities

    In an effort to identify high-potential civilian employees, the Air Force Personnel Center recently announced the annual call for the Civilian Developmental Education program. The goal of this program is to identify promising employees, select them for training that best suits their career goals and the needs of the Air Force, and then place those
  • Incentive flight brings perspective to 60th LRS

    Members of the 60th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels management flight enjoyed four incentive flights, compliments of the 690th Chopper Unit Army National Guard stationed at Sacramento, Calif., March 31. One civilian and 25 Airmen flew from Travis over Lake Berryessa and the local area on an UH-1 Huey helicopter. “The Lake Berryessa area looked
  • AMC/A4 to inspect Travis

    Headquarters Air Mobility Command Logistics Directorate will visit Travis to begin an intensive eight-day inspection called the Logistics Standardization and Evaluation Program May 1. The Travis Team will host 45 inspectors who will focus on the intensive logistics operations the men and women of Travis conduct on a daily basis. The AMC/A4 team
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