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  • Travis family, goats escape Northern California wildfire

    In the early morning hours of Aug. 19, it was quiet in Vacaville. In the rural neighborhood of Cherry Glen Rd., ash, as though snow, gently fell along the soft breeze that offered little reprieve from the heat, which had climbed into triple digits the previous week.

  • Deploying the Air Force band? It makes more sense than you think.

    When you think of “American power,” what comes to mind? The “BRRRTT” of an A-10 Thunderbolt II, razing enemy hideouts beneath it? What about a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft offloading pallets of supplies and munitions to ground forces? For many infantry, it could look like a battalion of Soldiers