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Blanchella Casey, supervisory librarian, reads the book, "Big Smelly Bear" to preschool children at the library July 2. U. S. Air Force photo by Sue Sapp  Robins keeps children busy this summer with calendar of fun-filled events
Robins has a calendar full of summertime activities to keep children from crying "I'm bored!" Whether spending time at the base swimming pools or making friends at the Youth Center's summer camp, the base has something for children of any age to enjoy. Brianne Wentworth, an administrative assistant with 78th Services' Outdoor Recreation, said
0 7/13
2007
Shown is an artist’s rendering of what the new Robins Commissary will look like. The 15-month construction project is expected to be complete in the fall of 2008. Construction contract awarded for new Robins commissary
The Defense Commissary Agency recently awarded a $15.8 million contract to Caddell Construction Company for the building of a new commissary at Robins. The contract was awarded to the Montgomery, Ala.-based company July 2, officially starting the clock on the 15-month construction project. The Air Force's Air Education and Training Command's DeCA
0 7/13
2007
TSgt. Christopher Littlejohn salutes Major Scott Hall, 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron commander, after receiving his Bronze Star. U. S. Air Force photo by Sue Sapp     Robins sergeant receives Bronze Star for service in Iraq
A Robins Airman received an overdue honor Wednesday morning when he was presented a Bronze Star for his service during a deployment that ended more than eight months ago. Tech. Sgt. Christopher Littlejohn, NCO in charge of refueling maintenance for the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron, was presented a Bronze Star for his service while deployed to
0 7/13
2007
MSgt. Shawn Ricchuito won the Air Force Miltary Fire Officer of the Year for 2006.  He will now compete for DOD level. U. S. Air Force photo by Sue Sapp  Robins sergeant named Military Fire Officer of the Year for the Air Force
Master Sgt. Shawn Ricchuito described the last year as lucky, though few Airmen would attribute luck as the reason the sergeant earned the title Air Force Military Fire Officer of the Year. Instead, Airmen know the caliber of person and work required to be selected to represent the Air Force at the Department of Defense-level. "This is something
0 7/06
2007
Default Air Force Logo Georgia military spouses eligible for unemployment insurance after PCSing
Moving may be a way of life for military families, but when a family receives permanent change of station orders there are obstacles to overcome before the new station feels like home. Family members have to sell existing homes and find new homes at their new station. One of the biggest stressors for many spouses is starting a job search. Georgia
0 7/06
2007
Capt. Jason Hamman was named Company Grade Officer of the month for the entire AOR. 78th SFS officer earns CGO honor for entire area of responsibility
When Capt. Jason Hamman, S4 officer in charge and commander of 78th Security Forces Squadron's Special Response Team, set out on his first deployment earlier this year, he never imagined it would propel him into the limelight. Captain Hamman, who is currently a Joint Defense Operations Center battle captain in a forward deployed location, was
0 7/06
2007
Airman 1st Class David Hill checks a radio frequency transmitter during a United Architecture exercise. Airmen from the U.S. Air Force joined together with servicemembers from the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force in a field exercise. U. S. Air Force photo by George Jozens     United Architecture exercise builds unity between United Kingdom, U.S. military forces
Thirty-eight Airmen from the 5th Combat Communications Group and 32 servicemembers from the Royal Air Force's 3 Field Communications Squadron in the 90 Signals Unit came together in Americus, Ga., for what would be their fourth United Architecture Exercise. In such exercises in years past, the two units designed an air operability manual that would
0 7/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo Robins Gate 5 set to reopen Monday
After a one-month closure for a construction project, Gate 5 is set to reopen for base traffic Monday. The gate, also known as the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard gate to base motorists, received a canopy shelter and a new traffic flow that takes in-coming motorists southward on the base, much like the base's present main gate. Unlike other gates
0 6/29
2007
Default Air Force Logo 19th ARG Aircrew Life Support Team wins AF award
Keeping aircraft in the safety zone and ensuring Airmen are secure on and off board is keeping the 19th Air Refueling Group's Aircrew Life Support Team pretty busy. The 10-person team is staying on top of its mission though, as its 2006 Outstanding Life Support Small Team of the Year Air Force award attests. Master Sgt. James Garner, superintendent
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2007
Lt. Col. Blaine Holt, acting commander of the 19th Air Refueling Group hoists their trophy after the 19th ARG was named the 2007 Community Service Award recipient June 21 by the Warner Robins Military Affairs Committee of the Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce. U. S. Air Force photo by Eric Palmer 19th ARG wins annual community service award
The 19th Air Refueling Group was named as the 2007 Community Service Award recipient June 21 by the Warner Robins Military Affairs Committee of the Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce. "The 19th came out on top. It was very, very close and as you can imagine all the units do some great things for the community," said Terry Smith, military affairs
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