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  • Air Force, Army joint training ensures readiness

    Aircrew from the 22nd Airlift Squadron stationed at Travis Air Force Base, California, departed for a joint training mission to destinations in the Northeast and Midwest of the United States as part of a Major Command Service Tail Trainer exercise, May 21 - 26, 2021.
  • MXG at Travis AFB gives COVID-19 Response Team tour

    The 60th Maintenance Group hosted a tour of the base’s different airframes for the Travis AFB COVID-19 Response Team to showcase how their efforts and hard work contribute the mission May 26-27, here.
  • Devil Raiders accelerate change for future fight at Mobility Guardian 21

    Devil Raiders tested their Air Base Opening and Agile Combat Employment capabilities May 15-27, 2021, alongside other combat and mobility air forces as well as joint and total force partners throughout Air Mobility Command’s biennial Mobility Guardian exercise.
  • Paramedics at DGMC are always ready

    “Typically, we get 911 calls, but our real job starts before the 911 calls,” said Tech. Sgt. James Martin, 60th Medical Operations Squadron paramedic. Airmen from the 60th MDOS deliver fast and responsive care at David Grant USAF Medical Center — "We come in first thing in the morning and we do a full prep,” said Martin.
  • Travis AFB Airman creates self-defense course for women

    The course, the brainchild of Airman 1st Class Tiffany Fishburn, 60th Air Mobility Wing religious affairs, taught women a variety of self-defense techniques.
  • National Defense Transportation Day; 60th APS and 821st CRG Remembrance Run

    In honor of National Defense Transportation Week, Port Dawgs from the 60th Aerial Port Squadron and 821st Contingency Response Group assembled for a two-mile run May 21, 2021, here, in remembrance of fallen teammates in the career field.
  • Medical Equipment Repair Center keeps DGMC medical devices healthy

    “You don’t know what you’re going to get … whether it’s ‘go there now because it’s an urgent sort of thing or can this wait until tomorrow’ – you just don’t know,” said Senior Airman Trevor Lee, 60th Medical Support Squadron biomedical equipment technician.
  • Travis Airmen observe AAPI Heritage Month with fly-in and community outreach

    In recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, a predominantly AAPI aircrew from Travis Air Force Base, California, flew a heritage mission May 14-16 to King County International Airport-Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington.
  • Travis AFB re-opens Peak Cafe

    In a ceremony, Travis AFB's Peak Cafe was officially re-opened May 19 after previously being closed as a COVID-19 mitigation measure.
  • Travis Partnership springs Air Force forward with new Aerial Porter Exoskeleton

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center and Air Mobility Command partnered with Arizona State University to develop the Aerial Port Exoskeleton, a new piece of equipment set to be used in an official capacity May 17, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base.
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