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  • Aircrew Flight Equipment keep pilots seeing, flying

    AFE flights have the important mission of keeping the tools used during missions operational and in good condition.
  • Innovative design could save KC-10 aircrews valuable time

    Aircrew members on the KC-10 Extender could soon benefit from a new safe that will store weapons and classified documents right on the aircraft. A design initiated by the 60th Air Mobility Wing Phoenix Spark Lab at Travis Air Force Base has been in the works for some time and now has the attention of Air Mobility Command and The Boeing Company to address a potential fix that has long-plagued aircrews.
  • Travis’ powerhouse hospital is prepared for anything

    With its own power plant, water supply and emergency response teams, David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis AFB is a powerhouse in terms of structural design and team dynamics.
  • Pioneers of History: ‘Rosie the Riveter’ women share experiences with mobility Airmen

    They broke through barriers by proving women could perform the work of men in factories and shipyards across the United States.
  • Team Travis family hones resiliency through sports

    If there are obstacles ahead for members of the Kreider family at Travis AFB, they seem poised to avoid them. That's because three sons of Master Sgt. Jay Kreider, 60th Security Forces Squadron chief of standardization and evaluation, and his wife, Angela Kreider, have received national recognition for their athletic feats.
  • When a military working dog tells her story

    Daria, a military working dog with the 60th Security Forces Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, tells us what it's like as the new dog in the squad.
  • Active-duty dad reflects on hardships of parenting, military life

    “I don’t like when daddy goes away; I want him here,” said Rowan Cunico, 3. She always wants her dad around and he wants to be there. Unfortunately, Tech. Sgt. Joshua Cunico, 373rd Training Squadron military training unit flight chief, knows deploying is a part of the job and he may have to leave his wife and three children again at some point in his active-duty career.
  • Projecting American power: Team Travis delivers airlift support around the globe

    TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Three continents, eight countries and nearly 100 flight hours. This is just a snippet of how Team Travis projects American power, anytime, anywhere. Specifically, this is how members of the 21st Airlift Squadron and the 860th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron conducted air mobility operations May 17-27.
  • Teddy’s Child Watch offers free care for military families

    Whether you’re accident-prone or a shut-in, David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base is a place every Travis Airman eventually needs to visit to be cleared for duty. As the proverbial center of the web for operational readiness at Travis, the hospital plays a key role in ensuring the readiness of military members.
  • Discrimination: Not welcome here

    In middle school her classmates called her a monkey. She was bullied for how her hair looked and for the clothing she wore. Even after she joined the Air Force, she experienced racism in her hometown at one of her favorite restaurants.
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