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  • Travis hosts Distinguished Flying Cross ceremony

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Corey Martin, 18th Air Force commander, recognized mobility Airmen for their actions during Operation Allies Refuge with the Distinguished Flying Cross at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Dec. 9, 2022.

  • Preventing a Christmas Tree disaster

    A Christmas tree fire is an all-too-common Christmas tragedy. The combination of a flammable tree and electric lights can be explosive and even deadly. One solution is to invest in an artificial Christmas tree, but many people still cling to using the traditional live tree. To ensure that you always

  • 349 AMW leadership serve up holiday cheer

     Col. Lee Merkle, 349th Air Mobility Wing commander and Chief Master Sgt. Edward Ramirez, 349th Air Mobility Wing command chief, serve food at the Monarch Dining Facility on Travis Air Force Base, California, December 3, 2022. Merkle and Ramirez were also joined by the Vice Commander Col. Terry

  • KC-46 hangar construction site at Travis AFB

    The KC-46A Pegasus 3-bay maintenance hangar construction site at Travis Air Force Base, California, Dec. 5, 2022. The facility will be utilized for the maintenance and upkeep of Travis AFB’s future KC-46 tanker jet inventory upon the hangar’s completion in 2023. (U.S. Air Force photo by Chustine

  • 4th Air Force Mission Video

    Since 1940, Fourth Air Force has played a major role in our country's air defense. As the largest NAF in the Air Force Reserve bolstering 18 units, one regional support group and more than 34,000 Reserve Citizen Airmen, we continue the mission of providing rapid global mobility ANYTIME, ANYWHERE!

  • DOD Releases Path to Cyber Security Through Zero Trust Architecture

    WASHINGTON -- The Defense Department on Tuesday released its Zero Trust Strategy and Roadmap, which spells out how it plans to move beyond traditional network security methods to achieve reduced network attack surfaces, enable risk management and effective data-sharing in partnership environments,

  • Seven online courses every Air Force leader should take

    If you’re looking to grow as a leader, consider enrolling in one of AETC’s free DigitalU Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Education and Training Courses. Any Airman—active duty, reserve, guard or civilian—can enroll in one of the 22 online courses specifically designed for people-focused leaders.

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