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Default Air Force Logo Robins officer talks history, MLK Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King is a national treasure and one of my personal heroes. He did more for civil rights, sparking the demise of an oppressive chapter in our nation's history; but, he didn't just do this for African-Americans. His efforts delivered dark-skinned people from oppression everywhere - people who would come to our country from all
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2016
Retired Maj. Gen. Rick Goddard is hands on in helping to restore the F-100 Super Sabre he flew in Vietnam to its former glory. He helped bring the aircraft to the Museum of Aviation in 2010. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton) Restoring a legend
Sometimes, things happen so ironically that it sounds like a movie script. Take for example, a 24-year-old Air Force pilot who flies an F-100 on 180 missions during the Vietnam War. The same plane, with tail No. 995, was built in California but flew its first test flight to Robins Air Force Base.The pilot, many years later, becomes the installation
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2016
Dwight Howard, Sr. the father of basketball great Dwight Howard, Jr., of the Houston Rockets, was the keynote speaker for the Robin Air Force Base 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorative service. Howard spoke on the impact we can have on young people and even people in our workplace. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton) NBA dad headlines MLK event
Martin Luther King Jr. spoke about peace and equality.In a service Wednesday at the base chapel, that ideal was showcased in the MLK Volunteer Choir which had members of differing races, ages and genders, from all different walks of life. They came together to sing about both the spiritual, physical and emotional journey of the nation.Guest speaker
0 1/15
2016
Default Air Force Logo HAWC ready to help Robins reach goals, resolutions
Robins' military and civilian airmen don't have to conquer New Year's resolutions alone.The Health and Wellness Center's classes and programs can help."We often start the New Year with resolutions to achieve balance in our lives by paying more attention to areas we may have neglected in the last few busy months and years," Stuart Bapties, HAWC
0 1/08
2016
Default Air Force Logo New HAWC dietitian nutritionist plans to help people live healthier
Marita Radloff, the Health and Wellness Center's new registered dietitian nutritionist, realizes she has some big shoes to fill, but she's ready to meet the challenge.Radloff, who took the job in early December after previous HAWC dietitian nutritionist, Dani Lebovitz, moved on, said she has great plans for Robins Air Force Base."I plan to offer
0 1/08
2016
Default Air Force Logo Holiday tips from 78th Security Forces
'Tis the season and what better time to remind everyone about keeping vigilant around your home and work place to protect those you love. The holidays can be a joyous but sometimes stressful period and as the year draws to an end here are some tips to ensure more joy than stress. Online shopping is a booming business, and with additional deliveries
0 12/04
2015
Default Air Force Logo Counselor Connection: Lessons learned from EEO
The majority of the people on base understands the Equal Opportunity office processes complaints of sexual harassment or unlawful discrimination. However, some employees might not know the office also classifies, clarifies and reports Equal Opportunity and Treatment Incidents, known as EOTIs.An EOTI is an overt, adverse act, occurring on or off
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2015
Tech. Sgt. La’ Kisha Tucker, Robins ADAPT program noncommissioned officer in charge, and Senior Airman Mourice McDuffie, Mental Health technician, set up props used for education and prevention counseling. The Air Force recognizes alcoholism as a preventable, progressive, treatable and non-compensable disease that affects the entire family. The ADAPT Clinic provides prevention, substance abuse education, assessments and rehabilitation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton) ADAPT offers active-duty airmen way to recover from alcohol, drug addiction
Some problems are more than one person can handle alone.When an active-duty airman's issue involves drugs or alcohol, Robins Air Force Base's Alcohol Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program, located in Bldg. 700, is on hand to help.Tech. Sgt. La' Kisha Tucker, ADAPT program noncommissioned officer in charge here, said the program provides
0 12/04
2015
Default Air Force Logo CHRISTMAS TREE FIRE PREVENTION TIPS
Christmas is the time of year for blessings past and future, which includes family gatherings for a festive time by all. We at the fire department would like to remind the base community that without fire prevention precautions, festive occasions could become tragedies.Christmas trees, which are often the center of holiday festivities, are also the
0 12/04
2015
Default Air Force Logo Stick to routines, reach out to help ease holiday stress
"It's the most wonderful time of the year," so the Christmas song goes. For many people, however, the holidays are anything but wonderful.Busy schedules, demands from family and friends, and other factors can lead some people to wish life had a fast-forward button so they could skip stressful holiday months.Jamie Tillit, an Employee Assistance
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2015
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