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Gen. Jay Raymond, Air Force Space Command commander, receives an immersion briefing at one of the 5th Combat Communications Group training areas during his two-day visit to Robins Air Force Base, Ga. April 24, 2017. During the general's visit, he toured the 5th CCG, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, hosted an all call with the 5th Mob and attended a social with local community leaders at the Museum of Aviation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ed Aspera) Loud & Clear: AFSPC commander impressed with units, community
Gen. Jay Raymond, Air Force Space Command commander, got a good look at Robins Air Force Base in a very short period of time – and he liked what he saw.The general, whose first visit to Robins was in 1982 as an ROTC cadet, said his visit included tours with the 5th Combat Communications Group, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex and a social
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2017
Members of the 5th Combat Communications Group, 226th Air National Gaurd, the Air Force Reserve Command A6, and several others pose in front of the new Combat Communications Engineering Integration Center at Robins AFB 19 Oct. Combat Communications Engineering Integration Center opens at Robins AFB
Members of the 5th Combat Communications Group, along with special guest Lieutenant General William J. Bender, Chief Information Officer, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Combat Communications Engineering Integration Center located at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., Oct. 19. Effective Sept. 25, the
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2016
Tech. Sgt. Thomas Bryan, a 5th Combat Communications Group Combat Readiness School student exits a
vehicle rollover trainer at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ed Aspera) Rock and Rollover: 5th MOB School helps airmen come full circle with MRAP training
There are just inches to spare. As you’re sitting in a confined space that can be oppressive and daunting, precious seconds can mean the difference between life and death. But you’re not sitting alone. Facing five other body-armor protected Airmen, with a driver and passenger who are out of sight, you collectively wait for the signal. Then it
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2016
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