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  • Air Force Surgeon General takes current pulse of Travis

    Lt. Gen. Robert Miller, Air Force and Space Force Surgeon General, and Chief Master Sgt. Dawn Kolczynski, medical enlisted force and enlisted corps chief, visited Travis Air Force Base, California, July 28, 2021, to better understand David Grant USAF Medical Center’s various medical capabilities.
  • Civil Air Patrol cadets visit Travis AFB

    It can be heard from neighboring communities - the whistling and roaring sounds coming from Travis AFB’s flight line. A pilot ramps the engine’s idle to maximum power and, within a matter of seconds, an aircraft weighing almost 1 million pounds is in the sky.
  • Ready Eagle exercise prepares medics for disaster response

    Travis AFB conducted exercise Ready Eagle, a full-scale disaster response exercise, to prepare David Grant Medical Center personnel the capability to respond to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive event July 22, 2021, here.
  • Back to School Brigade gives school supplies to Travis families

    The Back to School Brigade distributed free school supplies to families ahead of the upcoming school year July 23, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California.
  • USTRANSCOM visits Travis AFB

    Representatives from the U.S. Transportation Command toured Travis Air Force Base, California, July 19, 2021, for a look at the base's mission and priorities.
  • Service Before Self: Three Airmen from Travis AFB save man’s life in Dixon

    Three Airmen from three different units on base were in the right place at the right time on June 16, 2021 in Dixon, California, when they arrived shortly after 5 p.m. at the scene of accident, saving a man’s life.
  • Wing Leadership Rounds July 9

    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.
  • Pull-up bars installed by Troop 150 at Travis AFB North Track

    Airmen from the 60th Civil Engineer Squadron and scouts from Boy Scouts of America Troop 150 from Travis Air Force Base installed a 10-person pull-up bar station June 19, here.
  • Phoenix Spark Launches $59 million contract to enhance DoD digital talent pool, Travis AFB

    Phoenix Spark, the Travis Air Force Base Spark Cell, recently launched a $59 million indefinite quantity contract to help create more digitally adept Airmen on June 16, 2021, at Travis AFB, California. The contract was built to enable the new “Travis Coders” team as part of the Tron Air Force & Airmen Coders software innovation network. Travis Coders will consist of both active and reserve service members aimed at building local software development, design, and management capabilities to enable Airmen-driven software education, projects, and experiments.
  • 60th AES conducts first training on C-5M Super Galaxy

    The 60th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron partnered with the 22nd Airlift Squadron to conduct their first-ever training mission on a C-5M Super Galaxy, June 22-25, 2021. 
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