Travis AFB to deliver more life-saving COVID-19 assistance to India
Airman 1st Class Sarah Cramer, 60th Aerial Port Squadron passenger services technician, secures a U.S. Agency for International Development sign to a pallet holding lifesaving oxygen equipment April 28, 2021, in the APS Warehouse at Travis Air Force Base, California. The United States government, through the USAID, donated medical supplies to assist the country of India in its ongoing fight against COVID-19. The donation of 440 oxygen cylinders and regulators, one million N95 masks and one million COVID-19 rapid diagnostic kits, will be transported to India aboard a U.S. Air Force C-5M Super Galaxy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Nicholas Pilch)
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