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Travis AFB hosts AMC Treaty Workshop

Raymond Semko, security educator and a professional public speaker, delivers a security awareness briefing during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 10, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and nonproliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Raymond Semko, security educator and a professional public speaker, delivers a security awareness briefing during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 10, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and nonproliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Dr. Jimmie Jacobs, Headquarters Air Mobility Command nuclear operations division deputy chief, takes notes during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 10, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Dr. Jimmie Jacobs, Headquarters Air Mobility Command nuclear operations division deputy chief, takes notes during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 10, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Raymond Semko, security educator and a professional public speaker, delivers a security awareness briefing during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop, May 10, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Raymond Semko, security educator and a professional public speaker, delivers a security awareness briefing during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop, May 10, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

David Graves, left, Air Mobility Command treaty manager and Salvatore Paminella, 60th Air Mobility Wing Treaty Compliance officer, have a discussion during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The Air Force must comply with international treaties and arms-control related agreements made by the U.S. Government. The Air Force will implement these treaties and agreements by integrating their requirements into the planning, programming, and budgeting system at all levels.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

David Graves, left, Air Mobility Command treaty manager and Salvatore Paminella, 60th Air Mobility Wing Treaty Compliance officer, have a discussion during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The Air Force must comply with international treaties and arms-control related agreements made by the U.S. Government. The Air Force will implement these treaties and agreements by integrating their requirements into the planning, programming, and budgeting system at all levels. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Roseanne Fisher, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst lead training coordinator, conducts a briefing during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Roseanne Fisher, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst lead training coordinator, conducts a briefing during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Dr. Jimmie Jacobs, left, Headquarters Air Mobility Command nuclear operations division deputy chief, Jeshua Brown, 375th Air Mobility Wing operations plans officer, and Tech. Sgt. Linda Gonzales, 43rd Air Mobility Operations Group Wing Plans noncommissioned officer in charge of plans programs and operations, work together to complete a training exercise during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Dr. Jimmie Jacobs, left, Headquarters Air Mobility Command nuclear operations division deputy chief, Jeshua Brown, 375th Air Mobility Wing operations plans officer, and Tech. Sgt. Linda Gonzales, 43rd Air Mobility Operations Group Wing Plans noncommissioned officer in charge of plans programs and operations, work together to complete a training exercise during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Joseph Butta, analyst, author and instructor, stands at the podium leading a training session during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Joseph Butta, analyst, author and instructor, stands at the podium leading a training session during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

U.S. Air Force Maj. Craig Clark, Headquarters Air Force International Treaties and Agreements Branch deputy branch chief, solves a training scenario during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

U.S. Air Force Maj. Craig Clark, Headquarters Air Force International Treaties and Agreements Branch deputy branch chief, solves a training scenario during an Air Mobility Command Treaty Workshop May 11, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch)

Travis Air Force Base, California --

TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – The International Treaty Compliance Office hosted the Air Mobility Command Annual Treaty Compliance Workshop, May 10-13, here.

The four-day workshop covers a variety of topics where subject matter experts from Headquarters Air Force and AMC come together to provide education and training for wing-level personnel. Their duties involve arms control responsibilities through orientation materials and relevant briefings.

“Execution of treaty activities are critical missions since treaties have the status of Federal Law with the added impact of politics,” said Salvatore Pampinella, 60th Air Mobility Wing Treaty Compliance officer. “The provided training and exercises ensure that we are fully-prepared to support short-notice treaty team visits by foreign diplomats”

The annual training has been reoccurring since 1994.

“Without this training we run the risk of causing an international incident in the form of a diplomatic challenge or treaty violation,” said Pampinella.

The International Treaty Compliance Office ensures the requirements for implementing and complying with international arms control and non-proliferation agreements.

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