Travis Community Consortium (TCC)
Travis Air Force Base is the Gateway to the Pacific and stands at the ready to provide refueling, cargo, and medical evacuation support to our military personnel and allies worldwide. The Travis Community Consortium was formed in 2003 to formalize our community’s support ensuring our Travis personnel are equipped and have the resources they need to meet the national security demands of today and the future. TCC members include Solano County and its affiliated city governments, the Solano County Economic Development Corporation, and the Travis Regional Armed Forces Committee. The TCC works closely with base leadership and our Congressional Delegation to advocate for the long-term sustainability of the installation. Since the TCC’s inception, we have successfully executed a campaign to bring the next generation refueling tanker to Travis AFB, assisted the Air Force in the successful bed-down, in the early years of the 21st century, of the C-17 weapons system, and have also advocated with success for hundreds of millions in military construction appropriations to improve Travis AFB for generations to come.
Travis Regional Armed Forces Committee (TRAFC)
TRAFC is now in its 17th year and was originally formed from the Solano County Armed Services Committee and the Military Affairs Committee of the Fairfield-Suisun and Vacaville Chambers of Commerce. It was designed to combine similar, but separate Travis Air Force Base support groups into a more effective regional voice.
Under the auspices of the County’s Chamber of Commerce, its membership is comprised of over 180 local business and civic leaders, including elected officials from throughout Solano County, the state, and federal governments. Its day-to-day administration is shared by the Fairfield-Suisun and Vacaville Chambers of Commerce. The committee is governed by an all-volunteer 18 member board of directors. The organization meets monthly at the Travis AFB Delta Breeze Club dining facility. At these monthly meetings, the group receives updates on Travis activities from the base’s Commanders from the 60th Air Mobility Wing, the 349th Air Mobility Wing, and the 621st Contingency Response Group.