Travis AFB innovation cell dedicates new lab to Air Force legend: Lt. Gen. John Gonge

U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. John Gonge, front right, works with Airmen during Operation Homecoming in the Travis Operations Center in building 241, at Travis Air Force Base, California, February 14, 1973. The 60th Air Mobility Wing Phoenix Spark team named their new lab in honor of Gonge who served in the building’s original capacity. (Courtesy photo)

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