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Super Bowl 50Super Bowl 50
Super Bowl 50

Anthony Farrow, 561st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Production Support, changes intake fasteners on an F-15 during programmed depot maintenance at Robins Air Force Base, Ga. Thanks, in part, to the diligence of the Middle Georgia base’s employees, F-15 pilots are able to provide aerial security above Levi’s Stadium during Super Bowl 50 Sunday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton)
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Posted: 2/4/2016

Super Bowl 50Super Bowl 50
Super Bowl 50

A test pilot at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., prepares to put an F-15 through its paces prior to a functional test flight. Air Force pilots will be patrolling the skies above Levi’s Stadium Sunday as part of the security measures being put in place for this year’s Super Bowl. (U.S. Air Force photo by Roland Leach)
Super Bowl 50


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Posted: 2/4/2016

Free the GainFree the Gain
Free the Gain

Michelle Eddins, 78th Air Base Wing protocol specialist, has her blood pressure measured by Kim Lopez, Civilian Health Promotion Services specialist, following a “Freeze the Gain with DASH Diet Class”, Jan. 6, 2016. Freeze the Gain is an Air Force Materiel Command weight maintenance program that encourages participants to maintain – not gain – weight during the eight-week challenge period, which runs through Jan. 8. The participants will come back for their final weigh-out to receive an award between Jan 11 and 21. (U.S. Air Force photo by Misuzu Allen)
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Posted: 1/8/2016

Sniper PodSniper Pod
Sniper Pod

Robert Graham, 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group electronics mechanic, troubleshoots part of a Sniper Pod at the Avionics Complex here. Sniper is an electro-optical targeting system in a single, lightweight pod that is compatible with the latest precision-guided weapons for detecting, identifying and engaging multiple moving and fixed targets in air-to-air and air-to-ground engagements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton)
Sniper Pod


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Posted: 1/8/2016

LANTIRNLANTIRN
LANTIRN

Charles Howard, 402nd EMXG electronics mechanic, repairs a LANTIRN – a combined navigation and targeting pod system – which is also part of the Avionics Complex’s workload. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton)
LANTIRN


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Posted: 1/8/2016

F-15 Sniper Pod wiring harnessF-15 Sniper Pod wiring harness
F-15 Sniper Pod wiring harness

Marcel Reeves, 569th Electronics Maintenance Squadron electronics mechanic, braids a protective coating around an F-15 wiring harness at the cable manufacturing shop. The shop manufactures and repairs cables and wiring harnesses that operate on a variety of weapons systems. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton)
F-15 Sniper Pod ...


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Posted: 1/8/2016

F-15 Sniper Pod wiring harnessF-15 Sniper Pod wiring harness
F-15 Sniper Pod wiring harness

Robin Guy, 569th Electronics Maintenance Squadron electronics mechanic, assembles an F-15 Sniper Pod wiring harness at the cable manufacturing shop. The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, in partnership with Lockheed Martin, is the sole repair source for the Sniper Pod. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton)
F-15 Sniper Pod ...


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Posted: 1/8/2016

100 Days in100 Days in
100 Days in

Col Jeffrey King, Robins Installation and 78th Air Base Wing commander, meets with members of the local media to discuss his first 100 days in office. For more in-depth coverage, see this Friday's Robins Rev-Up, on stands Nov. 6. (U.S. Air Force photo by Roland Leach)
100 Days in


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Posted: 11/3/2015

100 Days in100 Days in
100 Days in

Col Jeffrey King, Robins Installation and 78th Air Base Wing commander, meets with members of the local media to discuss his first 100 days in office. For more in-depth coverage, see this Friday's Robins Rev-Up, on stands Nov. 6. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton)
100 Days in


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Posted: 11/3/2015

A Family AffairA Family Affair
A Family Affair

Warner Robins Mayor Randy Toms, right, shakes hands with Frank Guilfoyle as his sisters, Jane Guilfoyle Ward and Anne Guilfoyle Charlton, look on. The siblings are the grandchildren of Gen. Augustine Warner Robins, who both the town and the base are named after. Toms presented them with the key to the city. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton)
A Family Affair


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Posted: 10/29/2015

Not exactly out to pastureNot exactly out to pasture
Not exactly out to pasture

Senior Master Sgt. Shawn Davis, 373rd Training Squadron, Detachment 6 chief, checks out the flight deck of the new C-130H. The aircraft will be permanently moved to a training pad on base. The Sept. 29 arrival of a retired C-130H will not only enable maintenance professionals across Robins to have a dedicated aircraft for training purposes, but it will be a welcome addition to the two F-15s that no longer have to sit by themselves in the 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Group’s aircraft training pad. The 373rd is one of many Air Education and Training Command field training detachments assigned to the 982nd Training Group at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Misuzu Allen)
Not exactly out ...


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Posted: 10/9/2015

On the HuntOn the Hunt
On the Hunt

a NASA WB-57 crew prepares to depart Robins Air Force Base Saturday to track Hurricane Joaquin. Right, Don Darrow, the sensor equipment operator, is responsible for the operation of all payloads on the aircraft as well as assisting the pilot, Dave Johnson, in navigation, communications and checklists. The aircraft is capable of flying at altitudes above 60,000 feet. At 12 miles high, the environment is inhospitable to people. Flight rules mandate that for flight above 50,000 feet, crewmembers must wear a full-pressure suit. If the cabins were to depressurize, or the crew was forced to eject, it would be the only means of survival. The aircraft is stationed at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base, Texas.
On the Hunt


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Posted: 10/9/2015

    

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