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Travis Air Force Base Fact Sheets

This database holds fact sheets on Travis Air Force Base weapons, organizations, inventory, careers and equipment. Air Force fact sheets contain up to date information and statistics. If a fact sheet is not listed, please contact the 60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs office at 60amwpa@us.af.mil

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Travis Air Force Base Fact Sheets

This database holds fact sheets on Travis Air Force Base weapons, organizations, inventory, careers and equipment. Air Force fact sheets contain up to date information and statistics. If a fact sheet is not listed, please contact the 60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs office at 60amwpa@us.af.mil



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  • 21st Airlift Squadron

    The 21st Airlift Squadron was activated at Archer Field, Brisbane, Australia, April 3, 1942, as the 21st Transportation Squadron. Throughout World War II the squadron remained in the New Guinea-Australia theatre airlifting various types of cargo. In July 1942, the unit was redesignated the 21st

  • 22nd Airlift Squadron

    The 22nd Transport Squadron was originally activated in April 1942 at Essendon Airdrome near Melbourne, Australia. Redesignated the 22nd Troop Carrier Squadron in July 1942, the 22nd was a prime participant in the South Pacific, including the China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater, and earned two

  • 349th Air Mobility Wing

    The 349th Air Mobility Wing (Reserve), located at Travis Air Force Base, California, is the largest associate wing in the United States Air Force Reserve. 349th AMW personnel fly the C-5 Galaxy, C-17 Globemaster III and KC-10 Extender. The missions of the wing's aircrews include airlifting personnel

  • 60th Aerial Port Squadron

    On Nov. 7, 1944, the War Department officially designated Fairfield-Suisun Army Air Base (FF-SS AAB) as an aerial port of embarkation (APOE) for the Pacific theater. Prior to that time, planes stationed here (C-54s) launched out of FF-SS AAB empty and landed at Hamilton AB (just north of San

  • 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron (60 AMDS)

      The 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron at David Grant USAF Medical Center ensures expeditionary forces are medically ready and postured for worldwide operations.60 AMDS optimizes human performance and health by providing the highest quality clinical care, performance enhancement, preventive health

  • 60th Air Mobility Wing

    The 60th Air Mobility Wing is the largest air mobility organization in terms of personnel in the Air Force with a versatile all-jet fleet of C-5M Super Galaxy and C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft and KC-10 Extender refueling aircraft. As the host unit of Travis Air Force Base, Calif., the wing

  • 60th Communications Squadron

    MISSION “Providing first class, reliable mission-essential C-4 services to Travis AFB in executing Rapid Global Mobility.HERALDRY Lineage: Constituted 60th Communications Squadron, Troop Carrier, Medium, activated on July 1, 1948. Re-designated 60th Communications Squadron, Troop Carrier,

  • 60th Dental Squadron (60 DS)

    The 60th Dental Squadron at David Grant USAF Medical Center provides high-quality, comprehensive dental services in order to ensure a fit and ready fighting force. It delivers a comprehensive, cost-effective, cutting-edge dental services to more than 7,800 active duty members with an

  • 60th Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron (60 MDTS)

    60 MDTS maintains a constant expeditionary posture for global contingencies with 318 authorized personnel supporting a $310.5 million total annual medical expense. It provides flagship radiology, nutritional medicine, pharmacy, pathology, and laboratory services for more than 500,000 Department of

  • 60th Inpatient Squadron (60 IPTS)

    Activated in 2007 as the "youngest" squadron within the 60th Medical Group, the 60th Inpatient Squadron is responsible for all inpatient care at DGMC.  A diverse medical service, the 60 IPTS provides primary and sub-specialty inpatient care for more than 500,000 Departments of Defense and Veterans

  • 60th Medical Group Organizations

    60th MEDICAL GROUP (60 MDG)The 60th Medical Group operates the David Grant USAF Medical Center, the flagship hospital in the Air Force Medical Service. A premier Department of Defense TRICARE regional medical treatment facility, DGMC provides a full spectrum of health care and patient-centered

  • 60th Medical Operations Squadron (60 MDOS)

    The largest squadron within the 60th Medical Group, the 60th Medical Operations Squadron maintains worldwide contingency medical readiness for three Wings with  405 authorized personnel supporting a $310.5 million total annual medical expense. 60 MDOS provides quality health care to more than

  • 60th Medical Support Squadron (60 MDSS)

    Th 60th Medical Support Squadron at David Grant USAF Medical Center supports the 60th Medical Group and the Departments of Defense and Veteran Affairs' Joint Ventures. It provides patient administration, readiness, War Reserve Materiel, logistics, human/resource management and communications

  • 60th Surgical Operations Squadron (60 SGCS)

    Pioneering cutting-edge procedures that have saved countless lives which would have been lost elsewhere -- both domestically and overseas in hostile war zones --  60th Surgical Operations Squadron personnel delivers General and plastic surgery, Orthopedic, Heart / Lung / Vascular, OB / GYN, Ears /

  • 615th Contingency Response Wing

    Mission The 615th Contingency Response Wing is one of two Contingency Response Wings (CRW) assigned to the Air Force’s Air Mobility Command. Headquartered at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., the CRW’s primary mission is to employ rapidly deployable cross-functional teams to quickly open forward

  • 6th Air Refueling Squadron

    VISION:A world-class organization that treats every individual with dignity and respect, executes the daily mission of worldwide aerial refueling and airlift with unmatched excellence, promotes personal development and growth, fosters a sense of family, and embodies a spirit of enthusiasm, fun, and

  • 860th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

    The 860th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron provides combat-ready maintenance personnel and organization support to inspect, service, and repair assigned C-17 aircraft supporting Department of Defense directives. Squadron members generate 24-hour-a-day rapid global combat support, aeromedical

  • 9th Air Refueling Squadron

    The 9th Air Refueling Squadron mobilizes and deploys 12 KC-10 aircraft with over 140 combat-ready personnel and equipment to worldwide forward operating locations. Ensures global reach for America by generating 24-hour-a-day strategic airlift and aerial-refueling sorties supporting U.S. and allied

  • About Travis AFB Environmental

    The Travis Cleanup Team consists of the Travis staff and representatives from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), and the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Francisco Region (RWQCB). The representatives are

  • Air Force Band of the Golden West Ceremonial Marching Band

    CEREMONIAL MARCHING BANDThe Ceremonial/Marching Band participates in military ceremonies, military and civilian parades, and patriotic openings for the general public. It’s stirring renditions of military and novelty music as well as traditional marches complements its impressive precision marching

  • C-17 Globemaster III

    MissionThe C-17 Globemaster III is the newest, most flexible cargo aircraft to enter the airlift force. The C-17 is capable of rapid strategic delivery of troops and all types of cargo to main operating bases or directly to forward bases in the deployment area. The aircraft can perform tactical

  • C-5 A/B/C Galaxy and C-5M Super Galaxy

    Mission The C-5 Galaxy is one of the largest aircraft in the world and the largest airlifter in the Air Force inventory. The aircraft can carry a fully equipped combat-ready military unit to any point in the world on short notice and then provide the supplies required to help sustain the fighting

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center

    David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis AFB, Calif., is the Air Force's largest medical center in the continental United States. Serving military beneficiaries throughout eight western states, it represents a major milestone in the history of the Air Force Medical Service. One of the premier Joint

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - 2013 New Resident Orientation

    Congratulations on your selection! Welcome to David Grant USAF Medical Center's Residency Programs. This website contains your first training assignment. Using the instructions below, complete the online work by Friday, May 24, 2013. Additional information is included on this website for your

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Admissions & Dispositions

    DGMC's Admissions & Dispositions department has two convenient locations within the facility that are available 24/7/365 for your patient administrative needs: -- Patient Service Center (PSC), located at Window #3 on Level 2  in the area known as "The Patient Mall," and; -- DGMC's Emergency

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Admissions Call Center

    In 2008, David Grant USAF Medical Center opened its Admissions Call Center for health care providers. This operation is designed to provide dedicated administrative support to facilitate timely admission decisions and smooth patient transfers between DGMC and other medical facilities.Who is Eligible

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Advanced Education in General Dentistry

    Located in the Arthur J. Sachsel Dental Clinic at David Grant USAF Medical Center is a dental residency program recognized by civilian and military dentists alike for its long history of excellence. This past summer marked the 48th dental residency graduating class from DGMC. The program began in

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Aeromedical Staging Facility

    DGMC's Aeromedical Staging Facility has a two-fold mission: To provide support and continuity of medical care for patient movement and serve as an integral link in the Global Aeromedical Evacuation system. The ASF provides personnel and equipment necessary for 24-hour staging operations, patient