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  • Depth, service, readiness earns 349th MSG Campbell Trophy

    The 349th Mission Support Group stationed at Travis was awarded the Campbell Mission Support Group Excellence Award 2021 during the 22nd Annual Raincross event held February 9, 2022, at March Air Reserve Base, California.The 349th MSG was recognized for their drive and ambition displayed in

  • Airmen finds solace through horses

    The clip-clop of horse hooves fills the air as the heat of the summer sun beats down on the parched California earth. Dust blows with a gentle breeze that does nothing to cool the air, but everything to fill one’s mouth. The lowing of cattle echoes throughout the arena from various herds scattered

  • 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

  • One team, one fight

    Between the two of them, there are more than 50 years of combined Air Force experience. Yet, Senior Master Sgt. John Young, 60th Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment flight chief, was experiencing something unique at Travis Air Force Base, California, which he hadn’t seen in his career.

  • Travis Airman continues family tradition

    Growing up as a child, one Airman from the 349th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, watched her father as he prepared his Air Force flight suit and luggage for a trip, and knew he was going somewhere important to make a difference. She wanted to ensure she did the same one day.

  • Despite positive outcome, deployment challenges couple

    Hicks, an air transportation journeyman at the 82nd Aerial Port Squadron, also studied for an hour or two before bed each night while deployed. He eventually felt prepared to pass the exams, which he did while still overseas. He completed the paperwork to receive his certification, leaving him