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Default Air Force Logo Robins CDCs offer top-notch child care
When choosing a childcare provider, parents need the peace of mind their child will be in the best possible care.They want to know the people providing that care will ensure their child's well-being and are committed to the child's growth and development. Well, the staffs at the Robins Child Development Centers here provide that peace of mind to
0 12/04
2015
Default Air Force Logo Diabetes education and support: What's your role?
National Diabetes Month is observed every November to draw attention to diabetes and its effects on millions of Americans. This year the National Institute of Health's National Diabetes Education Program theme is "Diabetes Education and Support: Everyone Has a Role. What's Yours?" It highlights the need for ongoing education and support among
0 11/20
2015
Default Air Force Logo Step back to prehistoric times at the Ocmulgee National Monument
For 17,000 years the Ocmulgee National Monument site has been the center of some incredible points in history.From the Ice Age to the current day, the land has seen its share of turbulent times.In the 1920s and '30s, individuals from Macon decided the area needed to be preserved from looting and development, said Jim David, park superintendent.The
0 11/20
2015
Members of the Warner Robins High School JROTC Honor Guard present the colors during a salute to veterans at Huntington Middle School, Nov. 10, 2015 (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton) Veterans day: Celebrating those who served
Several Middle Georgia schools had representatives from Robins attend Veterans Day programs this week.Tuesday morning at Huntington Middle School, veterans were honored during a school-wide assembly."We definitely appreciate all that you do and the sacrifices you make," said Huntington principal, Gwendolyn Taylor.The school band and choir performed
0 11/13
2015
Default Air Force Logo Good to Go: Safety Office provides holiday travel tips
As the holiday season draws near, work centers across the base will be buzzing with talk of how people can stay safe, and for good reason.According to the Federal Highway Administration, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among Americans 34 years old and younger.Taking a few precautions can help people reach their destinations
0 11/10
2015
Fifth grade students, from Porter Elementary School in Macon, listen to their teacher as she explains how to assemble the rockets they will all launch later. (U.S. Air Force photo by Misuzu Allen) Starbase Robins turns 20 years old
For 20 years, Starbase Robins has been providing students with opportunities to learn about science, technology, engineering and math.Today, Starbase celebrates its 20th year with a ribbon cutting at the Museum of Aviation Century of Flight Hangar at 12:15 p.m.Fifth grade students spend five weeks at the Museum of Aviation as part of the Department
0 11/06
2015
Barry Yuill, 78th Civil Engineering Squadron locksmith, pins cores for locks at the squadron’s key shop in Bldg. 1555. Because his work takes him all over base, most of his work is accomplished inside a mobile truck. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton) Holding the ‘Keys to Kingdom’
Buildings need doors. Doors need locks. Locks need keys. That's where locksmith Barry Yuill comes in.During his career, Yuill has seen it all. Three years ago he had to install new locks on each of the 900 dorm rooms at Robins.He has fixed combinations on safes, made thousands of keys and even rescued a woman trapped in a vault."It's never dull,"
0 11/06
2015
Eileen Byrd, 116th Air Control Wing Airman and Family Readiness program manager, presents Lani Czyzewski with her father’s lost military bracelet Oct. 22. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton) WWII bracelet returned to daughter
In 1999, Mark Byrd found a bracelet in a parking lot at Lake Travis Country Club in Austin, Texas. Sixteen years later, the bracelet finally made it home.The silver bracelet was a military identification bracelet belonging to one Chaz K. Ober with a Department of Defense number engraved on the back.When it was first found, Byrd had tried looking
0 10/30
2015
Default Air Force Logo Dad's Class: The Basics
The Robins Family Advocacy Program is hosting an opportunity for guys entering the trenches of fatherhood.Known as Dads: The Basics, it is a program geared to help dad be prepared for the new baby arrival while providing no-nonsense advice for mastering the first year as a dad.This free program is taught by a military dad, with real-life diapering
0 10/28
2015
Default Air Force Logo What Do You Know About Power Tools?
About 125,000 serious portable and fixed-power saw-related injuries happen every year in America. Each year, nearly 32,000 Americans seek emergency medical care due to table-saw related injuries: more than 3,000 of those visits result in amputations, usually of fingers or hands.Three of the major causes of power tool injuries are inattention
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