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  • Travis Airmen support joint effort

    TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif.— Airmen from the 60th Aerial Port Squadron at Travis AFB and Airmen from the 4th Airlift Squadron, McChord AFB, Washington, participated in a joint effort to support the U.S. Navy in a vessel recovery mission at Naval Weapons Station China Lake, April 8, 2022.The

  • 60th APS supports upcoming USSF demonstration launch

    The 60th Aerial Port Squadron and 176th Wing supported the U.S. Space Force’s Space Systems Command by organizing the cargo load and transportation of a launch vehicle and launch stand from Astra, a wholly-owned U.S. company based in Alameda, California, Oct. 14, 2021.

  • 60th APS hosts visit, KC-46 loading operations

    Members of King County International Airport-Boeing Field, Air Mobility Command and Air Force Materiel Command visited the 60th Aerial Port Squadron Oct. 7-9 at Travis AFB, California, to evaluate cargo operations on the KC-46A Pegasus.

  • Diversity makes the Air Force stronger

    Have you ever met someone who has never carved a pumpkin? This was the case here at the 60th Aerial Port Squadron, when five of the six carvers were doing this for the first time.

  • Airmen ROM at Travis AFB, slow the spread of COVID in theater

    Because, COVID-19. This virus has spread everywhere, with various strains impacting each person differently, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website. Keeping the virus from deployed locations is a top priority for Air Force leaders.

  • Sailor on Travis networks with APS to get parts to ships in the Pacific

    U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Corey Burgan, Priority Material Office Detachment logistic specialist/ submarines, works in a one-person shop at the Aerial Port and is responsible for tracking and shipping high-priority components to vessels across the Pacific that need repair. He was a finalist