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  • Basic Military Training puts focus on heritage

    Basic Military Training has implemented several heritage-based programs in an effort to better connect Airmen to the Air Force core values.
  • 349th Air Mobility Wing welcomes new command chief

    Welcome aboard to the 349th Air Mobility Wing’s new Command Chief, Chief Master Sgt. Jimmy Burmeister.
  • Service members receive 10 percent off tax preparation services with H&R Block at the Exchange

    To help navigate the first year of significant tax law changes, the Army and Air Force Exchange Service is teaming with H&R Block to offer tax preparation services to military members and their families at a 10 percent discount at the Exchange at Travis Air Force Base.
  • AF Safety goes mobile

    Air Force Safety Center released a mobile version of the Airman Safety App enabling Airmen at installations Air Force wide to voluntarily report safety issues with their devices as they encounter them.
  • 55th Aerial Port Squadron employer wins Patriot Award for above and beyond support

    A key program of the National Committee of the Employer Support of Guard and Reserve is the Patriot Award, recognizing outstanding support provided by employers to their military employees.
  • Temporary satellite pharmacy opens Feb. 4

    The satellite pharmacy at Travis Air Force Base will open in its new temporary home Feb. 4 at 9 a.m. The current facility in the base exchange mini mall will close Jan. 31 for the move.
  • Golden Gate Wing command chief's career celebrated at retirement ceremony

    The 349th Air Mobility Wing paid tribute to their most senior enlisted leader, Command Chief Master Sgt. Bryan Payne, during his retirement ceremony on Jan. 12, 2019, at Travis Air Force Base, California.Chief Payne retired after 32 years of faithful and honorable service. Guest speakers and Reservists from across the wing attested to the positive
  • Boost your New Year’s health resolutions with free health screening

    Civilian Health Promotion Services is now in its second year at Travis Air Force Base. The CHPS staff have been making their way around base, to squadrons, promoting health. Their positive energy is contagious as they visit buildings with their screening equipment and educational materials in tow. Be OP!
  • Travis Honorary Commanders Program still going strong

    New Honorayr Commanders get a schedule of events planned for the New Year, including a bootcamp and a group tour for each of the four groups, and so much more.
  • OPSEC in the Social Media Age

    One of the areas Reserve Citizen Airmen must be vigilant in when it comes to operational security is social media. Erick Holloway, Air Force Reserve Command OPSEC program manager, explained Reservists have a special responsibility to maintain OPSEC even when off-duty in their civilian roles. Be OP!