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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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  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Transitonal Year Program

    The transitional internship at David Grant USAF Medical Center is an exciting, flexible, and broad-based clinical experience. It is a 12-month program with four interns selected per year from a very competitive group of applicants. It is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Travis Fisher House

    The Travis Fisher Houses are two of over 70 "homes from the heart" built on military bases by the late Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher. The husband and wife industrial philanthropists generously created a foundation to help military families in need where they can stay without charge when one of its

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - UC Davis General Surgery Residency Program

    Located in northern California between San Francisco and Sacramento, the David Grant USAF Medical Center's General Surgery Residency program was established in 1967 at Travis Air Force Base. In 2006, DGMC's General Surgery Residency program integrated with the University of California, Davis General

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - UCD/DGMC Vascular Surgery Residency Program

    Medical Student InterviewsDavid Grant USAF Medical Center and UC Davis invite you to experience the Academic Conference at UC Davis. You're encouraged to attend our Academic Conference and Surgical Skills lab at DGMC at which time you will have the opportunity to interview with our Vascular Surgery

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Urology Clinic

    DGMC's Urology Clinic is comprised of dedicated and compassionate professionals who evaluate all diseases, injuries and other afflictions of the genitourinary system in males and females. Our outpatient staff consists of the following: - Three Board Certified/Eligible Urologists  - One

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Urology Providers

    Contact your healthcare provider(s) via MiCare: www.afms.af.mil/micare/  Maj. Matthew Janiga, M.D.Specialty: UrologyEducation: University of Minnesota School of Medicine-Twin CitiesMinneapolis, MNM.D. 2003Residency: Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical CenterUrology 2003-2008Board Certifications:

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Warfighter Refractive Surgery Center

    The Warfighter Refractive Surgery Center, located on Level 4 at David Grant USAF Medical Center is a state-of-the-art clinic designed to reduce the active duty warfighter's dependence on eyeglasses and contact lenses.Members interested in refractive surgery must be at least 21 years old and need to

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center - Women's Imaging (Mammography)

     The staff at DGMC's Women's Imaging Center is comprised of dedicated and compassionate professionals. We are dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of women throughout their lifespan. Mammography is the process of using low-dose amplitude-X-rays to examine the human breast and is used as a

  • David Grant USAF Medical Center- Anesthesia Pain Clinic

    DGMC's Anesthesia Pain Clinic is comprised of dedicated and compassionate professionals who specialize in the comprehensive care of patients with all forms of acute, chronic and cancer pain.Hours of OperationMonday-Friday0800-1600Closed Federal HolidaysContact Number: (707) 423-3229Anesthesia Pain

  • DAVID GRANT USAF MEDICAL CENTER DERMATOLOGY CLINIC

    The Dermatology Clinic at David Grant USAF Medical Center is a small clinic with a wide range of capabilities. Our courteous and professional staff include: - Two Staff Board Certified Dermatologists- Three trained medical technicians- One Receptionist/Admin ClerkThe role that the Dermatology Clinic

  • DGMC - Ophthalmology Clinic

    DGMC's Ophthalmology Clinic, part of the Warfighter Refractive Surgery Center has two board certified ophthalmologists and an indispensible team of nationally certified ophthalmic technicians ready to assist you with all of your eye care needs. Patient care utilizes evidence-based practice --

  • DGMC Mission Statement, Vision, Values & Code of Ethics

    MedGroup. . ."Airmen FIRST, Medics Always"-- DGMC motto Our MissionSupport a global ready force through safe innovative care. Our VisionFlagship medical center...advancing global care. Air Force Core ValuesIntegrity First Service Before Self Excellence In All We Do Guiding Principles We are Warrior

  • DGMC's Strategic Priorities

    HOW WE LEAD PERFORMANCE:- Design our Mission, Vision, Guiding Principles  -- Aligned with 60th Air Mobility Wing, AMC, USAF Surgeon General- Set and stick to priorities  -- DGMC Priority Ladder- Track performance   -- Key Mission Sustainment Metrics, Focus Areas DGMC's PRIORITY LADDER:1.

  • DP039 - Building 755

    An In situ Bioreactor over Former SumpBuilding 755 (DP039) was the base Battery and Electric Shop, where a former acid neutralization sump for the disposal of battery acid had also received chlorinated solvents. The sump was removed in 1993, but a plume of solvent-contaminated groundwater remains.

  • Environmental Sites

    The environmental cleanup at Travis AFB includes activities at many individual sites on the Base. Each site has been given a name within the Air Force's Environmental Restoration Program (ERP) that is used for tracking progress. Information on individual sites is available by clicking from the list

  • Fisher House Volunteer Opportunities

    There are three basic types of volunteer opportunities at the Travis Fisher House I & II:Regularly Scheduled Volunteers A volunteer who would like to come each week, on a specific day, during a specific time period. You pick the day and the time period you have available. Half an hour to a whole

  • FT002 - Fire Training Area #1

    Fire Training Area #1 (FT002) is located in the northern part of the North/East/West Industrial Operable Unit. Waste fuel, oil and solvents were burned at the site during fire training exercises conducted between 1943 and 1950. It was common practice at Travis AFB, and at many fire-fighting

  • FT003 - Fire Training Area #2

    Soil Excavation at FT003Fire Training Area #2 (FT003) is located in the northeastern part of the North/East/West Industrial Operable Unit. Waste fuel, oil and solvents were burned at the site during fire training exercises conducted from 1950 to 1952. Today, a concrete helicopter pad covers part of

  • FT004 - Fire Training Area #3

    Soil Excavation at FT004North Groundwater Treatment PlantFire Training Area #3 (FT004) covers about 30 acres in the northeastern part of the North/East/West Industrial Operable Unit. Waste fuel, oils, and solvents were burned at this site during fire training exercises between 1953 and 1962. The

  • FT005 - Fire Training Area #4

    Lifting Aboveground Storage Tank from its CradlePreparing Tank for Highway TransportSouth Base Boundary Groundwater Treatment PlantFire Training Area #4 (FT005) covers about 30 acres in the southern portion of the North/East/West Industrial Operable Unit.  FT005 was used for fire training exercises

  • Heritage Pamphlet

    America's First Choice: A Brief History of the 60th Air Mobility Wing and Travis Air Force Base America's First Choice: A Brief History of the 60th Air Mobility Wing and Travis Air Force Base JOHN M. LACOMIA Office of History 60 Air Mobility Wing Travis Air Force Base, California 2008 Preface This

  • History of the Medical Center

    Our Past The 4167th Station Hospital at Fairfield-Suisun Army Air Base first opened its doors to patients on 1 July 1943. Hospital buildings were of cantonment type construction, housing seven wards with a total capacity of 125 beds. Two wards were allocated for medical service, one for convalescent

  • KC-10 Extender

    Mission The KC-10 Extender is an Air Mobility Command advanced tanker and cargo aircraft designed to provide increased global mobility for U.S. armed forces. Although the KC-l0's primary mission is aerial refueling, it can combine the tasks of a tanker and cargo aircraft by refueling fighters and

  • LF006 - Landfill #1

    Landfill #1 is a former municipal landfill located in the northeastern part of the base.  The 17-acre site operated as a trench and burn landfill from 1942 until the mid-1950s when the area was covered with soil and compacted.  The landfill received general refuse and some industrial waste. 

  • LF007 - Landfill #2

    LF007 Subsidence Trenches - Prior to 2003 Landfill ClosureLF007 After 2003 Landfill ClosureLF007 Cleanup of PCB-Contaminated Soil Along Eastern Side of LandfillTop of Corrective Action Management Unit TodayLandfill #2 (LF007) is a closed landfill that occupies about 73 acres. It was operated as a

  • LF008 - Landfill #3

    Landfill #3 (LF008) consisted of several trenches used in the mid-1970s to dispose of expired pesticides. The trenches were located within a weapons storage area, a secure area surrounded by a fence with a locked gate, near the western edge of the base.  Several chlorinated pesticides were present

  • LF044 - Landfill X

    Site LF044 (Landfill X) consists of several buried piles of asphalt and concrete and is located next to a field within Grazing Management Unit #2 that was used to graze horses and for heavy equipment training.  Asphalt, concrete, and other construction debris had been stockpiled at the site.  Metals

  • OT010 - Former Sludge Disposal Area

    The former Sludge Disposal Area (OT010) is located near an inactive sewage treatment plant between Union Creek and multiple oxidation ponds. Site OT010 encompasses 16 acres and currently contains a sewage lift station and overflow ponds.  Metals, pesticides, and PAHs have been detected in the soil

  • OT010 - Sludge Disposal Area

    The former Sludge Disposal Area is located at an inactive sewage treatment plant between Union Creek and multiple oxidation ponds. Metals and TPH have been detected in the soil and may be a source of potential and ecological risks. The North/East/West Industrial Operable Unit Soil, Sediment and