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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jordan Jackson, 60th Operations Support Squadron, Travis Air Force Base Calif., poses for a photo after a professional development exchange at the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, Nov. 9, 2017. During the one-day professional development exchange, Travis Airmen alongside employees of the social media company shared discussions on various topics to include creating an inclusive work environment and knowing your employees. Airman’s passion for tech leads to unique opportunity for Air Force at Twitter HQ
 Staff Sgt. Jordan Jackson, 60th Operations Support Squadron airfield manager, was just having a normal day at work, chatting with a pilot when a basic conversation about post-military career interests led to a unique leadership training opportunity that would benefit future Air Force leaders.“I had just mentioned how I was interested in getting
0 11/21
2017
Members of Team Travis came out to support the Fairfield Veterans Day Parade and Commemoration, Saturday November 11, 2017.  Air Force Reserve Col. Ruth Meyer was the grand marshal for this year’s event. The ceremony of remembrance started at 10 a.m. with a musical concert, and the parade started at 12:30 p.m. Team Travis supports Veterans Day Parade
Members of Team Travis came out to support the Fairfield Veterans Day Parade and Commemoration, Saturday November 11, 2017. Air Force Reserve Col. Ruth Meyer was the grand marshal for this year’s event. The ceremony of remembrance started at 10 a.m. with a musical concert, and the parade started at 12:30 p.m.
0 11/16
2017
349 MXG Commander Thank you for your service
As the warm summer/fall weather starts to fade, you’ll start planning for the upcoming holidays, eating great food, sharing gifts, and spending time with family and friends. Now more than ever is the right time to give thanks and enjoy the freedom we experience as Americans, especially as we approach Veteran’s Day.
0 11/11
2017
Here lies the remains of the family home of Senior Airman Martin Baglien, 349th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, in Santa Rosa, Calif., on Oct. 31, 2017. Baglien was awakened in the early hours of the morning by his family telling him that their home was gone. Citizen Airman’s selfless actions aid California wildfire victims
Hurricane-like winds roared across the state of California, creating a catalyst that ignited wildfires on Sunday, Oct. 8. The fires tore through wine country, scorching more than 160,000 acres and leaving more than 15,000 people homeless. One of the hardest hit areas was Santa Rosa, which lost 3,000 homes to the fastest-spreading fire, the Tubbs fire. Senior Airman Martin Baglien, 349th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, and his wife, Marissa, were sleeping in their home in Santa Rosa, when they were startled awake by a pounding at their door at 2 a.m. that first morning. As they answered the knock, Marissa’s family stood outside. Their house was gone. “We were dead asleep, just like everyone else,” Baglien said.
0 11/07
2017
Loren Nickell, 349th Air Mobility Wing Airman and Family Readiness Center director, poses in front of the A&FRC Sept. 12, 2017 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. 30-year veteran leads 349th Airman & Family Readiness Flight
Thirty years ago Loren Nickell began his Air Force career as a fuels specialist. Today he leads the 349th Air Mobility Wing’s Airman and Family Readiness Flight as the director. Nickell brings with him several decades of federal service and a big picture point of view.
0 11/02
2017
Have a safe and Happy Halloween Halloween - if you celebrate or not, watch out for the little ones
As October comes to an end, many people will take time out of their stressful schedules and have some fun celebrating Halloween with trick or treating or getting together with friends and family for a party. Whether or not you celebrate, it is important to watch out for the little ones, and to stay safe!
0 10/28
2017
Airman 1st Class Christian Graham, 60th Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron medical lab technician, shows the bruises on his neck that were put on him for a domestic violence awareness experience at Travis Force Base, Calif., on Oct. 24, 2017. The month of October is recognized as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. (U.S. Air Force photo by Latrise Muchison) Team Travis raises awareness for domestic violence
Sixteen Airmen from the 349th and 60th Air Mobility Wings met at David Grant USAF Medical Center on Oct. 24 to have their faces made up with injuries by a moulage team. The Airmen included six men and 10 women ranging in age from 18 to 50, and ranks from airman to major. The Team Travis volunteers had faux injuries and bruises applied to their
0 10/27
2017
Maj. Charles Marquez accepts the 82nd Aerial Port Squadron guidon from Col. Roderick T. Grunwald, 349th Mission Support Group commander, during an assumption of command ceremony at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Oct. 14, 2017. 82nd Aerial Port Squadron welcomes new commander
Maj. Charles Marquez accepts the 82nd Aerial Port Squadron guidon from Col. Roderick T. Grunwald, 349th Mission Support Group commander, during an assumption of command ceremony at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Oct. 14, 2017. The passing of the guidon is a traditional military custom symbolizing the assumption of command, thereby signifying
0 10/21
2017
70 ARS Change of Command 70th ARS, 82d APS change command during UTA
Lt. Col. John Benson, incoming 70th Air Refueling Squadron commander, assumes command of te 70th ARS from Lt. Col. Travis Rowley, 349th Operations Group commander, during a change of command ceremony at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., on Oct. 14, 2017. The 70th ARS is a KC-10 unit that falls underneath the 349th Air Mobility Wing. (U.S. Air Force
0 10/16
2017
Flames and glow from out of control wildfire with large swirl of flame in Napa County, Calif., Oct. 10, 2017. Active wildfires in California have burned an estimated 1,500 homes and commercial structures, scorched more than 115,000 acres and reportedly killed 15 people. FEMA assigns Travis as installation support base for Wine Country Fire
At the request of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency, Travis was designated an installation support base during the response to the Atlas Fire, which has spread across Northern California since Oct. 8.The base will house one bus, three tractor trailers with food, 15 ambulances and 30 personnel from FEMA,
0 10/12
2017
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