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  • Travis, Army transport Black Hawks to Alaska

    From Jan. 11 to 13, it was the job of Travis Air Force Base’s C-5M Super Galaxy aircrew and aerial port specialists to join in efforts with the U.S. Army to transport four UH-60 Black Hawks from California to the helicopters’ home base at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.

  • Remembering when DGMC moved to its current home

    When contractors turned over the keys to the David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base, California Oct. 21, 1988, the medical center officially became Air Force property. However, it would take another 60 days to make it ready to receive patients.

  • AMC promotes combating loneliness

    If you have ever felt lonely, know that you’re not alone. Military deployments, living far from family or going through a divorce are common reasons to feel lonely.

  • Travis AFB updates on-base drone policy

    Per policy from the office of the Secretary of Defense, recreational use of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems, or sUAS, is banned on Travis Air Force Base, California, effective immediately.

  • Be cautious and avoid animal bites

    It’s 85 degrees with a cool Delta breeze rustling through the leaves in your backyard. The barbecue pit is fired up and the savory aroma of the hickory dangles in the air.The kids are running around while the grownups share deployment stories at the table. But then a teen sets off a firecracker and

  • DoD updates parental leave policy

    Travis Air Force Base, California, Airmen who are expecting or planning to adopt can enjoy an extra bit of leave thanks to an updated parental leave policy courtesy of the Department of Defense Military Parental Leave Program.

  • Air Force's top scientist visits Travis

    Dr. Richard J. Joseph, U.S. Air Force Chief Scientist, along with colleague Donna C. Senft, Air Mobility Command chief scientist, toured Travis Air Force Base, California, July 11, to experience innovation at the base-level.Joseph and his team went to David Grant USAF Medical Center, the 60th Aerial

  • Base legal dedicates day to readiness

    The 60th Air Mobility Wing Judge Advocate prioritized preparation June 25 at Travis Air Force Base, California, dedicating a full day to processing wills and powers of attorney.