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  • Team Travis sergeant earns RPA pilot wings

    When a Team Travis noncommissioned officer showed up five months into a six-month course at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, to become an Enlisted Remotely Piloted Aircraft pilot, there was confusion.

  • 60th LRS gets Travis AFB pumped up for innovation

    As a fuels distribution operator for Travis AFB’s 60th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Senior Airman Tanner O’Laughlin rarely spared a thought on the weather. His job—to ensure quality fuel makes its way into any of the numerous aircraft comprising Travis’ fleet—acted independent of it, and even if it

  • DLA supports Travis, DoD mission

    For organizations at Travis Air Force Base, California, with printing needs, the Defense Logistics Agency is here to help.

  • Rescued dog helps prevent bird strike hazards

    Otto, the safety dog, patrols different areas of the base with his handler, Matt Stevens, U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services certified airport biologist, to ensure the Travis airfield is safe. They do so by controlling the amount of birds in and around the flight line as part of the

  • 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.

  • Same-sex couple thankful for changing times

    For Sarah and Kelsey, a dual military same-sex couple stationed at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., the road to marriage has not been easy. Since they met in 2012, acceptance through legislation, awareness, changes in thoughts and behavior have the couple counting its blessings

  • Air Force social worker living her American dream

    Born in Poland and raised in Denmark and Germany, Capt. Malika Moretti, 60th Medical Group clinical social worker, always had a desire to live in the United States. “Being a little girl, my dream was to move to the U.S.,” said Moretti. “The U.S. was great, so advanced and so much more than what we