Travis AFB is currently in Health Protection Condition (HPCON) BRAVO+ and the 349th
will continue on the current course safely.
HPCON Bravo+ includes the following actions:
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DoD Stop Movement Order
Military Personnel: COVID-19
On 19 June 2020, Lt Gen Scobee signed the Travel Authorization Waiver for all Reservists. This letter supersedes other guidance and authorizes travel for members to participate in active and inactive duty training at their assigned duty locations.
A separate waiver is needed for personnel who require official travel to a location other than their primary assigned duty location.
Commanders may still allow members to complete training by means that do not require travel (i.e. telework).
DoD Civilian Personnel: Effective 16 March 2020, DoD civilian personnel are not permitted to engage in government-funded travel including PCS and TDY. Personnel who commenced travel for PCS or TDY prior to 16 March 2020 may continue to their final destination. Individuals who are currently TDY are authorized to return to their home station upon completion of the TDY or earlier if recalled by their home-station commander. There are no restrictions for a leave area.
Family Members: Effective 16 March 2020, family members of DoD military and civilian personnel are not permitted to engage in government-funded travel including PCS and TDY. Family members are not restricted from traveling, though they should decide if travel is necessary.
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Public Health is conducting detailed and thorough contact tracing for all members testing positive for COVID-19 and they are directly notifying individuals determined to be at increased risk. Public Health, in line with public health authorities across the country, does not announce specific areas where someone may have been unless there is an increased risk of virus transmission. We understand some may want to know every location someone who tests positive might have been, but location itself doesn’t translate to risk to others.
The virus is increasingly present in the local area and there is growing community transmission, so we encourage everyone to avoid a false sense of knowledge regarding exactly where the virus is and isn’t present. All members of our community should have a heightened sense of caution and practice strict social distancing and personal hygiene measures. Continue to follow CDC guidance to protect yourself and others: wash your hands properly and often, use hand sanitizer, stay home when sick, maintain social distancing (6-foot separation as a general rule), and avoid touching your face. These measures, if employed consistently, are most effective at reducing your risk of getting COVID-19.
No. Currently lodging is not available for our use. If you require a non-availability letter please contact email@example.com or call 707-424-8000. If this is for a UTA, please contact the reserve lodging coordinator using ALRS, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 707-424-1800.
All locations will follow Wing CC / Public Health guidance and will be takeout orders only.
Knucklebusters: open 24/7
Monarch: Monday through Friday: Breakfast 6 - 9 a.m., Lunch 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Dinner 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Weekends: Breakfast 6:30 - 8:30 a.m., Lunch 1 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Dinner 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
AAFES Food Court: open normal hours
Fairways at Golf – reopening this Friday, July 17th, at 11 a.m. Initial hours of operation will be Wednesday - Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Java City at Lodging – Planned reopening Wednesday, July 22nd at 6 a.m. Initial hours of operation will be Monday - Friday 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Ten Pin at Bowling – Closed until further notice
Kado’s Grill at the Pax Terminal - open Monday - Friday 8 a.m.- noon
Yes. Currently, both pay offices are operating under appointments only. There are no walk in hours scheduled. More information about the July UTA will be added soon.
Yes. If you are unable to procure a mask, notify your unit that you are in need of a disposable mask. It is highly recommend to procure a cloth or alternate face covering prior to arriving on base. These can include scarves, masks, shirts, clean cloth, balaclavas, neck gators and other conservative face coverings. The color of the mask should be neutral and cover both the nose and mouth. Note that without a mask you will not be able to enter most public facilities including the shoppette, BX, or commissary. Learn how to make your own mask at the CDC website https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cloth-face-cover.html .
General COVID-19 questions can be sent to the COVID-19 Org box at 349AMW.SE.COVID@us.af.mil. Please allow 12-72 hours for your question to be sufficiently researched.
What the U.S. Government is doing
Coronavirus Disease 2019
U.S. Department of Defense
U.S. Air Force
Air Force Reserve Command
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Cloth face masks
Making face masks
As you enter the gate, please hold onto your ID card and show the back barcode to the Security Forces Defender. He or she will scan your ID card and allow entrance onto the installation. These new procedures will help reduce the amount of contact between one another.
As always, please follow the Defenders' instructions.
0: Routine – No Community Transmission
Alpha: Limited – Community Transmission Begins
Bravo: Moderate – Increased Community Transmission
Charlie: Substantial – Sustained Community Transmission
Delta: Severe – Widespread Community Transmission