• Mo-vember; raising awareness for mens health

    November is National Men's Cancer Awareness Month, also known as "Mo-vember," when men grow mustaches in support of the cause.   In honor of the month, the David Grant USAF Medical Center oncology and urology groups held a Men's Cancer Health Fair, 16 Nov., 2017.    Prostate cancer is the No. 1

  • Travelers beware: Zika virus spreading

    Ah, summer. The season means different things to different people. To public health officials at Travis Air Force Base, California, summer means travel and mosquitoes, both of which could be problematic, according to Lt. Col. Natalie Johns, 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron.

  • Travis tests implant tracking system

    Every year the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recalls thousands of medical devices and tissue implants for a variety of reasons, including safety.

  • Airman supports largest Air Force diagnostics department

    Four Airmen inside David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base, California, operate the largest teleradiology services department in the Air Force. One of those individuals is Senior Airman Wesley Hong, 60th Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron picture archiving computer system

  • Feature - Optometry looks out for base

    by 1st Lt. Angela Martin 60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs 1/21/2014 - TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- The optometry clinic located at David Grant USAF Medical Center provides comprehensive eye exams and services supporting aircrew and readiness for active-duty members. The clinic also aims to