International Women's Day: Celebrating Women In The Air ForceOn this International Women's Day, we took a look at a field that used to be dominated by men, where almost a quarter are now women.
Delta Winds Damage Banners Honoring Vacaville Service Members; City Considers Suspending ProgramThe city soon learned that the flags were no match for mother nature. In less than a year, many of the banners have been badly damaged by the weather.
Travis AFB One Of Two Bases Nationwide Testing Pilot Suicide Prevention ProgramA growing number of suicides across the armed forces has raised cause for concern over the last five years. Now, there's hope for change, and Travis Air Force Base could be playing a critical role.
Heritage Flight At Travis AFB Honors Legacy Of Tuskegee Airmen, Promotes Diversity And InclusionThursday morning’s take-off of a KC-10 aircraft from Travis Air Force Base is more than just a routine training run. It’s a plane that climbed huge historical heights.
'Opportunity To Create A Legacy': Travis AFB Airmen Take Oath To Serve In First-Ever Space ForceTen airmen at Travis Air Force Base took their oath Friday to serve in the United States Space Force.
Travis AFB Medic Dies In Non-Combat Vehicle Incident In United Arab EmiratesA Travis Air Force Base medic died in a non-combat vehicle accident in the United Arab Emirates, the U.S. Department of Defense announced on Saturday.
Third-Generation Air Force Captain Ron Hooper Killed In Nevada County Plane CrashA third-generation Air Force captain died in a plane crash in Nevada County Tuesday.
Travis AFB Medical Team Helping Lodi Memorial With Coronavirus SurgeThe COVID-19 pandemic has changed the face of healthcare all across the nation. In San Joaquin County, which is now considered a hotspot, help has arrived from the Department of Defense.
Airmen Describe Challenging Mission To Bring COVID-19 Positive Service Member Back To USAfter the longest and perhaps most difficult mission of its kind, an active duty service member with COVID-19 is now back in the US recovering. The mission called for two trans-pacific flights and crew members from several different career fields, considering all the challenges, but two of the Travis Air Force Base team members CBS13 talked with said it all comes with the job.
Travis AFB Airmen Conduct First Coronavirus Aeromedical Evacuation From Indo-Pacific RegionTravis Air Force Base airmen transported an active-duty service member who tested positive for COVID-19 from the Indo-Pacific region to the US on Friday, base officials announced.
Family, Friends Demand Answers In Travis AFB Airman's Death One Year LaterDozens gathered outside the Davis office of Congressman John Garamendi demanding answers for not only a Senior Airman at Travis Air Force Base, but a daughter and a friend.
Air Force Sergeant Indicted In Federal Guard KillingA federal grand jury indicted an Air Force sergeant for murder and attempted murder after he allegedly killed a federal security guard in Northern California and wounded his partner amid protests against police brutality, a judge said Monday.
Facebook Shuts Down Groups Where Boogaloo Suspects Posted Before AttacksFacebook said it will continue to review groups on its platform associated with the extremist Boogaloo movement after it emerged that suspects in the shooting deaths of two law enforcement officers in California had posted on Facebook prior to the attacks.
Travis Airman Suspected In Killing Of Federal Officer Linked To Far Right 'Boogaloo' MovementAn Air Force sergeant already jailed in the ambush killing of a California sheriff's deputy was charged Tuesday in the shooting death of a federal security officer outside the U.S. courthouse in Oakland during a night violent protest last month.
Airman May Face Death Penalty In California Cop KillingCarrillo allegedly shot and killed Santa Cruz County sheriff’s Sgt. Damon Gutzwiller on Saturday and wounded four other officers in Ben Lomond, an unincorporated area outside the beachfront city of Santa Cruz south of San Francisco.