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  • 49ers meet Airmen, Different uniforms similar goals

    This Veterans Day, 10 Travis Air Force Base Airmen were invited to the home of the San Francisco 49ers, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Nov. 11. The Airmen and their families had the opportunity to view of the 49ers practice. They were able to meet with the players one-on-one and converse with each

  • BEEliners enable AE mission

    It’s a Sunday morning on Travis Air Force Base, California, and a flightline normally buzzing with activity is unusually void of the sounds one would expect from the busiest military air terminal in the United States.

  • 60th MXS honors former chief with room dedication

    The life of late Chief Master Sgt. George R. Tucker is a storied one. Born on April 22, 1937, Tucker was the 14th child born of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tucker’s 15 children. From the outset of his development into a chief master sergeant, Tucker was a hard worker.

  • Dual-military couple values family, service

    The Leidholms are just like any ordinary young family. They get up early each day of the week to deal with the happy chaos of getting themselves ready for work, and preparing their two small daughters for the day. Dad and mom tag-team – he changes the baby’s diaper, makes sure the 3-and-a-half year

  • Against the odds: A cancer survivor’s journey back to the cockpit

    “Why are you here?”The question came from Col. Corwin Pauly, 60th Air Mobility Wing vice commander at Travis Air Force Base, California. It was June 2015, and he had just arrived at Travis as the incoming vice commander. One of the first Airmen he met was Maj. Matt Bartomeo, a C-5M Super Galaxy