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Default Air Force Logo 2006 Tops in Blue team set to take stage at Warner Robins Civic Center stage
With Valentine's Day on the heels of the 2006 Tops in Blue team's upcoming performance, the singing and dancing group is asking "What's Love?" The heart-felt question is the theme of the team's Tuesday performance at the Warner Robins Civic Center. Lynne Brackett, Smith Community Center director and project officer for the team's upcoming show,
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Radar warning receivers get a boost with help from Team Robins member
A Team Robins member's problem solving skills helped create a digital crystal video receiver design, which will revolutionize the future of radar warning receivers in aircraft throughout the Department of Defense. Charlie Clark, a member of the 579th Software Maintenance Squadron, has worked with radar warning receivers for more than 20 years in
0 2/09
2007
Default Air Force Logo 19th ARG wins eighth consecutive Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
The 19th Air Refueling Group was recently awarded its eighth consecutive Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. The Black Knights, who are part of Air Mobility Command, earned the honor for their service from July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006. "This is definitely a group-wide recognition. It's a validation of all the great service, hard work and dedication
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2007
1st Lt. David Pina and 1st Lt. Eric Florschuetz have been selected for pilot training. U.S. Air Force photo by Sue Sapp Two Airmen, one dream: Two Robins officers selected for Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training program
Two first lieutenants at Robins will soon take their Air Force careers sky high. First Lt. David Pina, deputy program manager for the ALR-69A Radar Warning Receiver in the 542nd Combat Sustainment Group, and 1st Lt. Eric Florschuetz, chief of capabilities and integration in the 542nd Combat Sustainment Wing, are among the 50 officers Air Force-wide
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2007
John Bailey, item manager of the C-17 Product Directorate at Robins, is the head coach of the All Air Force basketball team. He led the team to first place in the All Armed Forces tournament this year. U.S. Air Force photo by Sue Sapp. Coach uses basketball to teach life lessons
Most people have a hobby or pastime. For many, it's nothing more than an enjoyable way to pass the time. But for others, it's much more than that. Their pastime is an integral part of their lives, something that is forever in their blood. For John Bailey, basketball is that pastime, the kind that gets in the blood and becomes a way of life. But for
0 2/09
2007
Default Air Force Logo Military records to go online
The Air Force is eliminating the base-level repository for personnel records and today is the last day for military members at Robins to have access to their personnel records. The Military Personnel Flight will ship military records Monday to Air Force Personnel Center at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. Records being sent include awards,
0 2/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Base housing residents to be relocated as privitazation efforts force moves
In a town hall meeting Tuesday, base housing officials said Pine Oak and Crestview residents will be receiving notices in the next week notifying them to find other accommodations so that demolition of 137 units can begin. Anyone asked to vacate their home are required to receive a minimum of 30 days notice, but officials said twice the minimum
0 2/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Getting connected: Robins’ sponsorship training to go online
The Airman and Family Readiness Center is aiming to save new sponsors time as they set out to make newcomers' arrivals at Robins less stressful. Sponsors are the first voice newcomers hear and are often the first face they see when arriving at their new base. Sponsors provide information about the person's new base home, local real estate and
0 2/02
2007
2007 logo for the Robins Black Heritage Observance Robins celebrates Black Heritage Month with calendar of events
As the country sets forth to recognize Black History Month, a celebration of the culture and contributions of African Americans throughout history, Robins is gearing up to take on the role of educator and motivator through its own black heritage observance. According to Anthony Dunn, Robins Black Heritage Observance Committee chairperson, the goal
0 2/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo NSPS conversion boasts major success rate
More than 3,000 employees returned to work Monday Jan. 22 under the National Security Personnel System, giving the civilian personnel flight something to brag about. The Civilian Personnel Flight had a 99.78 success rate to be proud of. "It was a total DPC (civilian personnel flight) team effort," said Jean Glover, chief of data management section
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2007
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