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  • Travis hosts Distinguished Flying Cross ceremony

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Corey Martin, 18th Air Force commander, recognized mobility Airmen for their actions during Operation Allies Refuge with the Distinguished Flying Cross at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Dec. 9, 2022.

  • Airmen train, deliver humanitarian aid to Honduras

    The C-5M delivered over 90,000 pounds of humanitarian aid through the Denton Program. The Denton Program allows private U.S. citizens and private organizations to transport humanitarian goods to approved countries in need.

  • MMHS deconstruction

    The 60th Aerial Port Squadron current MMHS is the oldest in Air Mobility Command. After the deconstruction, the squadron will be acquiring the latest MMHS. This fully automated system will help expedite the movement of cargo and optimize manning productivity at the West Coast’s largest aerial port.

  • AMC first sergeant visits Team Travis

    Chief Master Sgt. Kiera J. Daniels, command first sergeant of Air Mobility Command, visited Travis Air Force Base, California, June 23-26, to meet with the base’s First Sergeant’s Council and gain a better understanding of Travis AFB’s ability to develop the U.S. Air Force through its Airmen.

  • 60th Maintenance Group takes page from Delta Air Lines

    Airmen collaborated with the Air Staff Logistics Directorate’s Tesseract team and key partners from the C-5 program office to implement commercial maintenance practices in scheduling and completing maintenance around flying demands.

  • Team Travis defenders honor their fallen during 24-hour memorial ruck

    Security forces Airmen from the 60th Air Mobility Wing and the 821st Contingency Response Group honored 13 fallen defenders with a memorial ruck march May 15, 2020, at Travis AFB. The event took place during National Police Week, which dates back to 1962 when President John F. Kennedy declared May