John In The News
Last Friday, my Republican colleagues in the House of Representatives introduced a dangerous bill (HR 861) that would abolish the Environmental Protection Agency.
The recent selection of Travis Air Force Base as a preferred location for the KC-46A Pegasus was big news for the base and the Solano County community at large.
From the FBI to the Department of Veterans Affairs, branches of the federal government are trying to figure out how a hiring freeze announced by President Donald Trump on Monday will affect their payrolls. Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/the-state-worker/article128279094.html#storylink=cpy
The Air Force faces challenging times to retain and keep talented airmen, expand a shrunken service to meet unrelenting world challenges and stay ahead of foreign militaries who are challenging American military dominance.
A campaign that started four years ago reached a milestone of success this week when the Air Force announced Thursday that its base here in Fairfield was selected to receive 24 new KC-46A Pegasus air refueling tankers a few years from now to replace the venerable KC-10 Extender.
Rep. John Garamendi voted Friday against what the called the Republican’s first step to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Airline and airport workers cheered Friday that criminal charges will be possible if they suffer physical or verbal abuse from a passenger.
Thursday marked an “exciting” time at Travis Air Force Base. Air Force officials announced they selected Travis Air Force Base and Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, New Jersey as the preferred locations for the next two active-duty-led KC-46A Pegasus bases.
FAIRFIELD — Travis Air Force Base was one of two installations named by Air Force officials Thursday as the preferred locations for the next two active-duty homes for the KC-46A Pegasus air tanker.