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Default Air Force Logo Spring Clean
Now that spring is here, many will gravitate toward a yearly tradition called spring cleanup.  It's the time and opportunity to get rid of all those items lingering around the workplace for a while.Here are some helpful hints when doing your spring cleanup that can be applied at your home as well as at work:*Remove weeds, dead trees and bushes from
0 4/15
2016
Getting to know you: Kenneth Bearden (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Claude Lazzara) Getting to know you: Kenneth Bearden
This week our Getting to Know You feature highlights Kenneth Bearden, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center equipment specialist.Time in service: 12 yearsHometown: Elko, GeorgiaWhat does your work involve at Robins? "As an equipment specialist, my job is to support the warfighter. Specifically, my duties involve technical orders, stock listing and
0 4/08
2016
Default Air Force Logo Know your enemy ... Mold
With increasing humidity and temperatures, spring and summer at Robins means prime conditions for mold growth.  Molds can be found almost everywhere. Mold grows rapidly indoors when coming in contact with building materials that have sufficient moisture to support growth. The typical conditions leading to mold growth in buildings include inadequate
0 4/08
2016
Default Air Force Logo Getting a reaction: Proactive measures can help ease some seasonal allergy symptoms
Ah, spring is in the air... and so is pollen. With Middle Georgia recently being blanketed with the yellow, powdery substance, many are feeling its effects with itchy, watery eyes, scratchy throats and runny noses. Capt. (Dr.) Mark Peterson, with the 78th Medical Group, said allergies vary, especially in Georgia."There are multiple causes of
0 4/08
2016
The Robins Fitness Center held its inaugural Ball Hockey tournament this week introducing the sport to novices and experienced players alike. To find out more, contact the fitness center at 478-926-2128 or DSN 468-2128. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton)
Ball Hockey makes official debut at Robins
Robins doesn't need ice, skates nor an indoor arena for hockey. There's a ball hockey rink next to the soccer fields and the Fitness Center has all of the equipment for those who are interested in checking it out."The whole point is to resurrect the rink, and the goal is to have units participate in hockey for physical training," said John
0 4/08
2016
Capt. Chris Pulliam, 121st Infantry, Company H commander, and his daughter Morgan Pulliam, 3, enjoy a story time book reading at the base library.  Month of the Military Child story time will be held April 13 at 10 a.m. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton) Robins, area schools celebrate Month of the Military Child
Throughout April, Robins and local schools are hosting a variety of events to honor military members' children including a joint proclamation signing by the Houston County Board of Education and Robins. The event will be Tuesday during the 1 p.m. board meeting. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mark Scott and 78th Air Base Wing Vice Commander, Col.
0 4/08
2016
Getting to know you: Justin Reeves (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Claude Lazzara) Getting to know you: Justin Reeves
This week our Getting to Know You feature highlights Justin Reeves, Automatic Test Systems Division executive officer.Time in service: 5 yearsHometown: Carrollton, Ga.What does your work involve at Robins? "My work at Robins involves managing the security, emergency management, personnel, facility management, and Continuity of Operations Programs
0 4/01
2016
Default Air Force Logo Counselor Connection: Lessons learned from EEO
The Defense Equal Opportunity Climate Survey is a commander's management tool allowing commanders to proactively assess critical organizational climate dimensions that can impact the organization's mission. The DEOCS is a voluntary survey designed to assess the "shared perceptions" of respondents about formal or informal policies and practices.
0 3/31
2016
Traffic crawls along behind a C-130H trainer and an F-84F Thunderstreak being towed down Ga. Highway 247 March 25, 2016. (U. S. Air Force photo by Roland Leach)
Heavy traffic: Base, community team for aircraft relocation
Traffic heading south on Ga. Highway 247 was slow going March 25 as a C-130 was towed from the flight line to a training field.An Air National Guard F-84F Thunderstreak joined the journey on the back on a flatbed truck - to its final destination - the Museum of Aviation.According to Senior Master Sgt. David Gurzynski, 402nd Expeditionary
0 3/31
2016
Default Air Force Logo Key spouses provide connection between military families, units
In every unit there should be one person who is the main contact for spouses. The base's Key Spouse Program - managed by the Airmen & Family Readiness Center - offers just that.Developed as a Quality of Life Initiative in 1996, the program offers special training to key spouses on how to become the military family liaison to unit leadership. This
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