• 349th Air Mobility Wing to hold Assumption of Command Ceremony

    The 349th Air Mobility Wing will hold an Assumption of Command Ceremony on Sunday, Jan. 7 when Col. Patrick Brady-Lee will assume command of the wing. The ceremony, officiated by Maj. Gen. D. Scott Durham, Fourth Air Force commander, will be held at Travis Air Force Base, California, beginning at 11

  • 349 AES Assumption of Command

    Lt. Col. Emma Piehl assumed command of the 349th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron on November 4, 2023, at Hangar 46 on Travis Air Force Base, Calif.

  • 749 AMXS Change of Command

    Airmen from the 749th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron thanked their outgoing commander, Lt. Col. Paul Overdiek, for his service as their squadron commander and welcomed Maj. Elizabeth Wagner as commander of the 749AMXS during a change of commander ceremony at Hangar 46, on Travis Air Force Base,

  • 349th AMW Celebrates 80th Anniversary

    Airmen from the 349th Air Mobility Wing, the largest associate wing in the U.S. Air Force Reserve Command, celebrated their 80th anniversary during a ceremony held Oct. 14 at the Travis Heritage Center at Travis Air Force Base, California.

  • Cowan assumes command of 349th Medical Group

    Col. Jody Cowan took command of the 349th Medical Group during the assumption of command ceremony at Travis Air Force Base, Oct. 14, 2023. Col. Terence McGee, 349th Air Mobility Wing commander, was the presiding officer. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jose B. Aquilizan)

  • 349 AMW conducts NCO and SNCO induction ceremony

    Airmen from the 349th Air Mobility Wing gathered over the October Unit Training Assembly to celebrate its newest Non-Commissioned and Senior Non-Commissioned Officers during an induction ceremony on October 14, 2023, at Travis Air Force Base, California.

  • Reserve gears up for transition to DTS

    Air Force Reserve Command continues preparations to fully implement Defense Travel System Oct. 1, 2023 and transition away from legacy programs for its travel management needs.Once implemented, the initiative is intended to reduce delays in processing since members will no longer have to rely on

  • Numbered Air Force commanders tour Travis Planning Center

     “Today is a monumental event,” said Capt. Nicholas Andemahr, deputy chief of the Travis Planning Center, and member of the 349th Operations Support Squadron at Travis AFB. “Having both leaders here from the Numbered Air Forces to discuss and showcase the mission planning center we have been

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