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  • Food trucks return to Travis Exchange March 20

    Airmen, families and the Travis Air Force Base, California, community can choose from a variety of delicious flavors from local food trucks during March at the Travis Exchange.

  • Putting the "lit" in spirituality

    “There is nothing that we can’t do when we put our minds to it,” said Chaplain (Maj. Gen.) Dondi E. Costin, U.S. Air Force chief of chaplains. “There is no difficulty you can give us, there is no challenge you can put before us, there is nothing that you could have us face that we’re not going to

  • 60th SFS receives training in crisis intervention

    Members of the 60th Security Forces Squadron from Travis Air Force Base, California, received crisis intervention training from a Tustin-based company, Feb. 26 at the base’s 60th SFS training compound.The training, which focused on educating 60th SFS personnel in how to de-escalate situations

  • Travis leads the way with Phoenix Spark

    Over the past year, Airmen from Travis Air Force Base, California, played an integral part in facilitating innovative efforts by the U.S. Air Force through their involvement in the newly-developed AFWERX program.

  • Tax tips for Team Travis

    Travis Air Force Base, California is in the midst of tax season and there are a myriad of useful and free resources available to base personnel, dependents, veterans and retirees who live in the surrounding areas.

  • AMC Airmen Dazzled Audience at International Symposium

    The U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West Saxophone Quintet performed Jan. 13 at the 2018 International Saxophone Symposium in Fairfax, Virginia.The performance took place at the George Mason University Center for the Arts and coincided with various other performances, master classes and lectures

  • Unauthorized dumping could result in hefty fines

    They’ve found microwave ovens, cans of paint, used motor oil, household cleaning liquids and even a refrigerator in the trash dumpsters on base. All of these items contain toxic elements that can threaten human health and the environment, said Douglas Berndsen, 60th Civil Engineer Squadron

  • BHOP provides immediate care to behavioral health

    It is common for military members to experience stress that can compromise life at work and at home. Family members also can experience a decline in functioning as they deal with the stress that comes from supporting a loved one who is serving our country. The Air Force recognizes the need to