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  • 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.
  • Innovation keeps frontline medics better protected from COVID-19

    Team Travis Airmen prototyped personal protective equipment April 17 to help base medics safely treat and transport potential coronavirus patients. Members of the 60th Medical Group emergency department at David Grant USAF Medical Center joined forces with the 60th Maintenance and the 60th Operations Support Squadrons, all here, to develop an isolation pod and an intubation protection box.
  • Reserve wing conducts first virtual UTA

    While training for an Air Force Reserve mission is typically conducted at home station or military bases around the world, the 349th Air Mobility Wing stepped into cyberspace to conduct its first virtual Unit Training Assembly for its Reserve Citizen Airmen May 16 and 17, 2020.
  • Beale AFB T-38s honor healthcare workers, first responders with flyover

    Four T-38A Talons from the 9th Reconnaissance Wing at Beale AFB, California, saluted nurses, doctors and first responders, including those here, with an Operation American Resolve flyover May 9.
  • Military spouse, member of Travis AFB community makes over 325 face masks to fight COVID-19

    When people in the Travis AFB community needed face masks, Jenn Taylor had them covered.
  • Travis AFB bolsters USAF aeromedical evacuation capabilities amid COVID-19

    Travis Air Force Base is now one of three staging areas for the U.S. Air Force’s specialized aeromedical evacuation missions relating to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic.
  • Travis AFB childcare centers implement safety measures amid pandemic

    “It feels good to give parents some peace of mind with all that’s going on,” said Emilia Williams, 60th Force Support Squadron child and youth program technician.
  • DoD, USAF take steps to protect military families moving during COVID-19

    Under the new standards, moving industry personnel must adhere to all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 health protection protocols while in the service member’s residence. That means moving personnel must wear face coverings, clean frequently touched surfaces and sanitize their hands often. They must also minimize the number of personnel at the member’s residence in order to meet social distancing requirements.
  • Feeding the Force: Dining facilities alter operations during pandemic

    Signs on the doors inform people they must wear a mask or face covering to enter. Markings on the floors remind customers that they must remain six feet apart inside the Monarch and David Grant USAF Medical Center dining facilities at Travis AFB.
  • Airmen support food drive to help those in need

    Airmen from the 621st Contingency Response Wing partnered with The Leaven, Vacaville Fire Department and local churches near Travis Air Force Base, California, to support a food drive to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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