Travis Heritage Center Undergoes Changes
By Ian Thompson
February 26, 2016 | Daily Republic, Fairfield-Suisun, California
TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE — The Travis Heritage Center is undergoing a transformation that will narrow its scope of exhibits to better show visitors the history of Travis, military airlift and the commands that have called the installation home since it was started during World War II.
The Travis Air Force Base Heritage Center. (Robinson Kuntz/Daily Republic)
That means doing away or cutting back exhibits such as the ones on World War I and space exploration; better displaying exhibits such as the one on Consairways, the contract airline that flew supplies from Travis Air Force Base to the Pacific during World War II; or adding exhibits such as one planned on David Grant Medical Center.
“We will be downsizing some exhibits and expanding other exhibits,” center curator Rick Shea said. Read the entire article here...