• DGMC trains medics on TCCC, boost readiness for next battle

    Medics at David Grant USAF Medical Center on Travis Air Force Base, California, are being trained monthly during a week-long course on tactical combat casualty care in an Air Force-wide initiative to standardize medical readiness training for all service members.

  • DGMC conducts MASCAL exercise

    David Grant USAF Medical Center conducted a mass casualty exercise here May 17, 2022, using military emergency medicine residents from the DGMC and University of California Davis Integrated Emergency Medicine Residency Program as the primary emergency responders.

  • Rescue Babushka Luba; Travis Airman evacuates mother from Ukraine to US

    The war in Ukraine is believed to have displaced more than 5.7 million refugees and asylum-seekers since the invasion began in late February, according to the United Nations Refugee Agency. After the opposition to Ukraine turned its focus to Kyiv, an Airman from David Grant Medical Center sprang

  • Leadership Rounds: 60th MDSS

    U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Jess Reeson, front, 60th Operations Group interim senior enlisted leader, tests a defibrillator machine with Airman 1st Class Thomas Roberts, right, 60th Medical Support Squadron biomedical equipment repair technician, during Leadership Rounds Oct. 29, 2021, at David

  • Airmen at Travis AFB Feat. DGMC part 4: Staff Sgt. Loisel

    Ask a rugby player what’s good to bring along for a match and you might hear a strange answer: A medic. For one player, though, it’s a requirement. Staff Sgt. Stefani Loisel, an aerospace medical technician with the 60th Surgical Services Squadron, plays as a wing on the U.S. Air Force Rugby team

  • Air Force Surgeon General takes current pulse of Travis

    Lt. Gen. Robert Miller, Air Force and Space Force Surgeon General, and Chief Master Sgt. Dawn Kolczynski, medical enlisted force and enlisted corps chief, visited Travis Air Force Base, California, July 28, 2021, to better understand David Grant USAF Medical Center’s various medical capabilities.

  • Medical Equipment Repair Center keeps DGMC medical devices healthy

    “You don’t know what you’re going to get … whether it’s ‘go there now because it’s an urgent sort of thing or can this wait until tomorrow’ – you just don’t know,” said Senior Airman Trevor Lee, 60th Medical Support Squadron biomedical equipment technician.