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  • Travis to host bone marrow donation drive

    In keeping with their commitment to the health and quality of life of all military families, the 60th Force Support Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, is partnering with David Grant USAF Medical Center to host a bone marrow donation drive June 4 and 6 at various locations on Travis.

  • Travis hosts STEAM competition for local high schools

    Named for Travis’ own innovation initiative, the “Phoenix Spark Challenge” allowed 49 students from the local community the opportunity to flex their genius on a set of three challenges currently facing Travis engineers.

  • 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

  • Travis hosts international firefighter summit

    The fire department at Travis Air Force Base, California, recently hosted representatives from a number of different countries as part of a program aimed at reinforcing good international relations as well as bringing together firefighters to make a positive impact in each other’s lives and in their

  • Seek help before the situation escalates

    He had just put his kids in bed and was preparing to retire himself when security forces at Travis Air Force Base, California, called to say that a member of his unit was involved in a domestic incident.

  • Travis encourages ride share program to "go green and save green"

    Travis Air Force Base, California, personnel might be interested to know the federal mass transit benefits program for 2018 rose to a $260 monthly maximum allowable amount for qualifying transportation via vanpool, bus, ferry or train. This is compared to 2015’s federal mass transportation monthly

  • DGMC to collect unused drugs April 28

    This year, David Grant USAF Medical Center will again take part in the campaign to collect expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs to help prevent someone dying from prescriptions obtained–sometimes by theft–from family and friends.