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Airmen from the 116th Air Control Wing and the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center work together to fend off insurgents, who led a surprise attack on Warrior Air Base Friday during the Operational Readiness Exercise. Joint exercise a success for 116th ACW and WRALC
The recent Operational Readiness Exercise was a success according to inspectors from both the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center Inspector General's office and the 116th Air Control Wing readiness and inspection office.The exercise, which completed Phase II on Sunday, allowed members of both units to test their Ability to Survive and Operate.The
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Default Air Force Logo ELAP helps military in family matters
The Expanded Legal Assistance Program gives military members at Robins the legal representation they need in uncontested family matters.ELAP, established in Nov. 1999, is a ground-breaking concept that allows base attorneys to represent military members who are senior airman and below, their dependents or anyone eligible to claim earned income
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Default Air Force Logo Opting to adopt: Military family shares story of adoption
When Master Sgt. Herman McDaniel and his wife, Cathy, discovered they couldn't have biological children of their own, they thought their life-long dream of starting a family was lost.But, when Sergeant McDaniel, noncommissioned officer in charge of the 653rd Combat Logistics Support Squadron's Training Flight, spotted a billboard along Russell
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Default Air Force Logo Robins exceeds monetary goal in 2006 Combined Federal Campaign
Robins' military and civilians got a head start on the giving season.The base collectively generated $1,518,612 in the 2006 Combined Federal Campaign, exceeding its $1,325,000 goal by 14.6 percent.Key CFC workers and base leaders gathered at Robins Park midday Nov. 17 to celebrate the base's victory in the campaign.Wanda Smith, 2006 CFC
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Robins firefighters prepare to enter their structural live fire trainer. Before making entry, the firefighters must conduct buddy checks to make sure everyone is geared up correctly. Robins Fire Department wins best of AFMC
Firefighters at Robins are seeing things differently and their new perspective is gaining them respect."We are not blindly walking; now we have vision," said Todd Surber, a civilian firefighter at Robins.The new vision is one of improved processes, better facilities and equipment and better trained firefighters, which means Robins firefighters are
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