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  • Travis AFB honorary commanders and civic leaders visit Dover AFB

    Travis Air Force Base community leaders visited Dover Air Force Base May 3-5, 2021. The Civic Leader Tour was an opportunity for our community leaders to better understand and advocate for the Air Mobility Command’s diverse mission. Honorary Commanders from Team Travis participated in the event, including the 349th Air Mobility Wing.
  • Helping Hands

    It isn’t every day you find out that the work you’re apart of has an impact on your extended family and people you know, especially when they live far and away.“As a crew chief it’s easy to sometimes overlook the impact our work can have,” said Airman 1st Class Sneha Lakshminarayanan, a crew chief with the 749th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, and
  • The End of an Era

    Following the final flight of his Air Force career, Senior Master Sgt. Christopher Kerr, 312th Airlift Squadron flight engineer, is celebrated by his fellow Reserve Citizen Airmen at Travis Air Force Base, California on May 18, 2021,  Kerr was joined by 349th Air Mobility Wing commander, Col. Lee Merkle, who piloted the flight and joined in the
  • A Family Tradition

    Master Sgt. Charles Yamada, 312th Airlift Squadron flight engineer, poses on the flight line at Travis Air Force Base, California on May 18, 2021. Yamada is a fourth generation military member and his great grandfather was in WWI."I decided to join the military because of my grandparents,” said Yamada. “My grandfather on my dad’s side was in the
  • Former Ambassador to the UN Visits Travis

    The Honorable Sichan Siv, former Ambassador to the United Nations, shakes hands with Tech. Sgt. Jamie Coffee during a commissioning announcement event at Travis Air Force Base, California May 1, 2021. During his visit with the 349th Air Mobility Wing, Siv shared his inspirational story of triumph over adversity. (Photo by Senior Airman Brady Penn)
  • Exercise Nexus Dawn Wrap-Up Photos

    Airmen of the 446th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron prepare their equipment during Exercise Nexus Dawn at Travis Air Force Base, California, on April 27, 2021. Through exercises like Nexus Dawn, Reserve Citizen Airmen hone their readiness and effectiveness so they can support the nation with air power anytime, anywhere. (U.S. Air Force photo by
  • Despite COVID-19, Nexus Dawn provides Reservists vital training and readiness tests

    Reserve Citizen Airmen traveled to multiple military installations in California this week to take part in their units’ first major West Coast readiness exercise since the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 349 AMW Airmen Hone Skills at Nexus Dawn

    Aircrew of the 79th Air Refueling Squadron from Travis Air Force Base, California, refuel a fellow KC-10 and four F-15s in support of Exercise NEXUS DAWN on April 27, 2021. NEXUS DAWN is a readiness exercise designed to test the ability of multiple Air Force Reserve and California Air National Guard units to generate, employ and sustain air
  • Exercise Nexus Dawn Kicks Off Across West Coast

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 349th Air Mobility Wing at Travis Air Force Base, California, and the 446th Airlift Wing at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, deployed to March Air Reserve Base, Calif., to kick off the units' first large-scale West Coast readiness exercise since the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 349 FSS Civilian Wins AFRC Award

    Ms. Kimberly Blue, 349th Force Support Squadron has been named the 2020 Air Force Reserve Command A1 Civilian Technician of the Year (GS-1-8 non-supervisory/Installation category). Blue led the 349th FSS Customer Support Section in the largest tenant AFRC Military Personnel Flight. "She led her team by herself for three months during a lapse in
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