• Travis using farm animals to control invasive plants

    With a b-l-e-e-e-a-t here and baaaaaa there, more than 300 sheep and about a dozen goats arrived at Travis Air Force Base, California, to begin grazing duties in the Castle Terrace Preserve area that serves as a habitat for federally listed endangered species.

  • Team Travis participates in blood drive, helps local community

    Travis Air Force Base, California, hosted a community blood drive April 27 at the Travis Fitness Center in support of Blood Centers of the Pacific.BCP, a nonprofit, community-based organization, provides blood and blood components to hospitals, physicians and patients throughout Northern California.

  • DGMC outpatient pharmacy strives for continual improvement

    On any given day, David Grant USAF Medical Center’s outpatient pharmacy bustles with a constant hum of barcode-scanning beeps, pills rattling in their bottles and storage bins with patients’ prescriptions hitting counters. Those sounds are the outpatient pharmacy staff filling more than 1,000

  • The Justice Files: April

    During the month of April, seven Airmen received final review of nonjudicial punishment under Article 15, Uniform Code of Military Justice and eight Airmen were involuntarily separated. The following are tools used by commanders as a means of punishment, rehabilitation, and maintaining unit good