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  • First Sergeant Council: Team effort to care for Airmen, families

    “Shirt, you got a minute?” This question is posed to many first sergeants, but ask any of them and the majority would agree that it’s not just a minute.
  • Travis Life: Taking care of exceptional families

    TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – With more than 650 service members enrolled, the Exceptional Family Member Program at Travis Air Force Base, California, is one of the largest in the Air Force.
  • Travis family bonds over fitness competition

    It’s hot. In the middle of a summer that came far too early and that has a history of staying far too late, Travis Air Force Base, California, is hot. Inside the base’s fitness center, the warm, fluorescent atmosphere is heated to a stifling degree by the straining and frantic energies of those who are working out.
  • Serving with Gratitude: Ugandan refugee finds safe home in U.S. Air Force

    “We really are a nation of immigrants,” said Mustak Keval, 60th Force Support Squadron Airman and Family Readiness Center flight chief. “I am driven by my need to give back because of what my family and I owe this great nation for taking us in.” Keval joined the Air Force in 1980 to serve the country that provided a safe place for his family to grow and thrive after becoming a Ugandan refugee when he was 13 years old.
  • Return to sender: A story of Airmen, X-rays and acetone peroxide

    On a normal day, the 60th Force Support Squadron Official Mail Center is responsible for receiving, processing, controlling and sending administrative communications, as well as preparing mail for dispatch to Travis Air Force Base, California, the U.S. Postal Service and for commercial delivery. The OMC is located at building 243, which also houses the 60th Communications Squadron.
  • We keep 'em movin'.. We keep 'em livin'

    Our En Route Patient Staging System (ERPSS) motto has been “We keep ‘em movin’.” This we proudly chant at role calls and our wing command events back at Travis. However, upon boots to sand in April 2018 at the Craig Joint Theater Hospital, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, our team of 16 from the 349th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, quickly learned that this motto was only part of the mission and only part of why our role is so vital to the deployed environment.
  • USDA biologists take flight at Travis

    At Travis Air Force Base, California, United States Department of Agriculture wildlife biologists Matthew Thomas and Matthew Stevens are getting a bird’s-eye view of the airfield they protect.
  • Prolonged exposure therapy aids recovery for PTSD patients

    Suffering from post-traumatic stress is an unfortunate reality for many service members.
  • Travis developing new hot cup handle design, could save Air Force thousands

    Spending $1,200 on a cup, even one that can heat liquids during flight, may sound a little expensive.
  • 6th ARS provides critical support in Pacific, fosters relations between US and Japan

    At 5:30 a.m. June 1, while most people are probably sleeping at Travis Air Force Base, California, seven aircrew members from the 6th Air Refueling Squadron meet to discuss their mission.
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