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  • Lifestyle and Performance Medicine shows promising impact on Airman, Guardian readiness

    A new medical approach is being offered to Airmen and Guardians, which has shown to improve and sustain medical readiness and health by taking a more patient-driven, whole body approach to care. The Air Force Medical Service endorsed the creation of Lifestyle and Performance Medicine to improve how providers address barriers to health.
  • US sends medical supplies to India to help in COVID-19 fight

    As part of a whole-of-government effort to slow and eventually end the pandemic, the United States is sending medical supplies and equipment to India as that country battles the most recent COVID-19 outbreak.
  • One aircraft, two missions: Travis AFB C-17 delivers aid to support two CCMD's

    The Airmen of the 60th Air Mobility Wing delivered COVID-19 personal protective equipment and humanitarian aid bound for two separate combatant commands. The Port Dawgs of the 60th Aerial Port Squadron and the Beeliners of the 21st Airlift Squadron stepped in to tackle two separate missions, helping deliver supplies to two different combatant commands using one C-17 Globemaster III.
  • Exercise Roundel Gasium prepares Travis to operate anytime, anywhere

    From Nov. 14 - 20, Travis AFB conducted Roundel Gasium, an exercise, to test the base’s ability to survive and operate in hostile environments. The chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive response exercise, highlighted two key components, readiness and the base motto, “No Bounds.”
  • AMC leadership visits Travis, nurtures innovation

    The Air Mobility Command commander and command chief visited Travis Air Force Base, California, Aug. 30 through Sept. 2.
  • New patient transport system arrives at Travis AFB to support fight against COVID-19

    Travis Air Force Base gained a new isolated containment chamber Aug. 5 that can safely transport up to 24 walking patients, or eight patients on a stretcher with infectious diseases, such as the novel coronavirus, aboard an aircraft.
  • Travis AFB welcomes new wing commander

    Col. Corey Simmons took the helm of the 60th Air Mobility Wing July 17, 2020, during a change-of-command ceremony at Travis AFB.
  • 43d AES inactivates from Pope after storied history

    Medical emergencies, natural disasters, transporting wounded patients from the battlefield. Nurses and medical technicians rapidly deploying within 24 hours to move patients, sick or wounded, from disaster sites to adequate medical facilities by aircraft. That is the mission of aeromedical evacuation personnel, one of which, the 43d Aeromedical
  • Travis AFB spouse creates face masks for people with disabilities

    Among the emotions people feel after months of stay-at-home orders and wearing face masks in public, one is isolation. That is why Danielle Lee Loera opened a window to a more hopeful perspective. The spouse of a technical sergeant at Travis Air Force Base, California, Loera has designed and produced masks with a covering that allows the wearer’s mouth to be visible, helping communicate words as well as emotions.
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