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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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60TH CIVIL ENGINEER SQUADRON (CES)

The 60th Civil Engineer Squadron, located at Travis AFB, CA providing vital mission support to 75 squadrons, agencies and joint tenants sustaining the platform to launch and recover global mobility missions for AMC’s largest and only wing operating three airframes.

Mission

The 60 CES ensures mission readiness for Team Travis by providing the most professional combat ready forces world-wide, while managing a robust construction program by designing, planning, programming & executing home-station sustainment projects.  60 CES provides broad spectrum services for 26,500 Active Duty, Reserve, and civilian personnel and their families, including fire and emergency services, emergency management, explosive ordnance disposal and installation management on a $4.1B infrastructure with over 100 miles of pavement, 394 buildings encompassing 6.5M square feet in facilities and 1,240 unaccompanied housing dormitory rooms on an installation totaling 6,350 acres. 


Personnel 
450 personnel are assigned to the 60 CES, including:  320 Military (13 AFSCs), and 130 Civilians. 

Resources
The 60 CES operates in 20 facilities among 39 activities with an Operation & Maintenance budget of $35.5M, a Transportation Working Capital Fund budget of $4.9M and an Environmental Quality budget of $250K annually. Additionally, current installation construction and renovation projects exceed $400M.

Organization
The 60 CES reports to the 60th Mission Support Group (MSG), also located at Travis AFB.  The organization consists of 6 Flights which are:

Operations Flight (CEO):  The CEO Flight consists of four elements which are Infrastructure (Water & Fuels, HVAC & Pest Management), Facilities (Electrical & Power Production), Heavy Repair (Pavements & Structural), and Operations Engineering (Customer Service Contracts).  The flight has approximately 256 personnel assigned, and operates a $19M budget to maintain 915 facilities, 84 miles of roadway, $100M in utility systems and airfield surfaces for AMC’s largest wing.

Engineering Flight (CEN):  The CEN Flight consists of two elements: Project Execution and Portfolio Optimization.  The flight has approximately 38 personnel assigned responsible for the project programming, design & management, SABER contract management, GeoBase & GIS mapping, community planning, and energy management.
Fire & Emergency Service Flight (CEF):  The CEF Flight consists of three fire stations with approximately 80 personnel assigned.  The flight is responsible for structural & aircraft crash response, medical, rescue, and hazardous material response, as well as off-base mutual aid agreements within Solano County.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight (CED):  The CED Flight consists of three elements: Operations (admin, operations, training, and tech data), Logistics (equipment, supply, and munitions), and Quality Assurance.  The flight has 17 personnel assigned and is responsible for UXO recovery operations, responding to aircraft emergencies, nuclear/WMD responses, IED/irregular warfare, VIP protective support, and defense support to civil authorities to neighboring counties.
Installation Management Flight (CEI):  The CEI Flight consists of three elements: Environmental, the Military Housing office in conjunction with Privatized Housing & Dorm Management, and Asset Accountability. The flight has approximately 39 military and civilian personnel assigned responsible for accompanied and unaccompanied housing, environmental compliance and natural resource conservation, real property, civilian manpower oversight, funds management & information technology.
Readiness & Emergency Management Flight (CEX):  The CEX Flight consists of two elements: Expeditionary Engineering and Emergency Management.  The flight has approximately 17 personnel assigned responsible for the wing’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological & Nuclear (CBRN) training, Emergency Management planning and execution & supports the Wing Inspection Team (WIT).  The flight also manages the Prime Base Emergency Engineer Force (BEEF) program deploying our CES warfighters.
 

(Current as of August 2022)

Point of Contact
60th Civil Engineer Squadron (60 CES), DSN 837-2492 or (707) 424-2492.