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  • MOC essential to mission success

    Since its inception in 1947 Air Force aircraft have delivered in one way or another.
  • Dental Airman takes inspiration from MLK to motivate self, squadron

    “Every time I think about it, it’s like pulling a scab off a sore.” Almost 51 years after hearing the fatal gunshot that ended his friend’s life, Jesse Jackson is still haunted by the loud crack that interrupted the cool calm of an April Memphis evening and subsequently took the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Off on the right foot: FTAC introduces Airmen to operational career

    From new Airmen to career Airmen, there is something we all share: We have all attended a First Term Airman Course. FTAC is intended to prepare Airmen for the transition from the technical training atmosphere to the operational Air Force. It’s the job of the course team leader to prepare Airmen to get there.
  • DDRP takes Air Force award for second year

    The 60th Air Mobility Wing Drug Demand Reduction Program manager at Travis Air Force Base, California, talks of family reunions with relatives missing due to death or imprisonment, including generations who are gone or a younger brother who spent decades behind bars.
  • Travis spouse wins Air Force-level award

    For Morgan Noller, change began with a single e-mail. In her inbox was an opportunity to get involved with the Travis Officers’ Spouses Club at Travis Air Force Base, where she and her husband, Capt. Steven Noller, 21st Airlift Squadron pilot, moved in 2015.
  • Bread-fed redemption: DFAC Airman uses food to bring peers together

    By outward appearances, the dining facility at Travis Air Force Base is run-of-the-mill. So ordinary, in fact, that you could easily be lulled into the idea that nothing special occurred there, but according to Senior Airman Oscar Callejas, 60th Force Support Squadron food service shift worker, you’d be wrong to think so.
  • Military Family Life: The Gibsons

    For military family members who serve on active-duty, being separated from loved ones is part of the job.
  • Command Post: More than just the Giant Voice

    For the largest base in Air Mobility Command, the Travis Air Force Base, California, command post mission revolves around tracking the three weapons systems - C-17 Globemaster III, C-5M Super Galaxy, KC-10 Extender - at Travis as well as any transient aircraft that pass through the base. The command post manages and performs activities within operations centers, rescue coordination centers and command centers based on their specific assignment.
  • Military Family Life: A single mother’s experience

    She is an Airman, a noncommissioned officer and the mother of a 5-year-old girl. Throughout her life, she’s risen to overcome numerous obstacles including the challenges of military deployments and going through a divorce after six years of marriage.
  • Airman finds solace through horses

    The clip-clop of horse hooves fills the air as the heat of the summer sun beats down on the parched California earth. Dust blows with a gentle breeze that does nothing to cool the air, but everything to fill one’s mouth. The lowing of cattle echoes throughout the arena from various herds scattered around the plot.
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