Travis AFB distributes cloth face covers to Airmen

U.S. Air Force Airman Shelby Anders, 60th Aerial Port Squadron porter, dons a cloth face cover April 14, 2020, at Travis Air Force Base, California. Anders’ job as an aerial porter puts her in contact with a bevy of incoming and outgoing cargo from all over the world. The Travis-funded face covers were bought by the base following Department of Defense guidance mandating all military personnel wear face covers when physical distancing is impossible—a measure adopted in response to COVID-19. Travis’ 60th LRS, 60th Comptroller Squadron and 60th Contracting Squadron all worked together to make the issuing of the face covers to its Airmen as stream-lined and efficient as possible. The 60th APS in particular was tasked with handing out a total of 394 face covers to its Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christian Conrad)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Christian Conrad
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