Manages and implements support of religious observances. Coordinates religious observance requirements, assesses support needs, formulates plans, and prioritizes the use of available resources to support chaplain professional ministry including: worship services, liturgies, rites, and ceremonies. Prepares and maintains religious accouterments, facilities, and equipment. Organizes, trains, supervises, and coordinates with laity to support chapel-based ministry. Prepares and maintains public relations materials and professional information resources. Obtains, operates, and maintains multimedia systems. Identifies and coordinates requirements for religious observances with medical and mortuary affairs personnel. Safeguards religious offerings.
Plan, analyze, influence, and manage the Center's capabilities to successfully support the warfighter while being the leader in providing value-added continuously-improved products and services which enable the Center to achieve its mission!
Phone: (478) 926- 3628 DSN: 468-3628
Manages and performs activities within command posts, operations centers, rescue coordination centers, and command centers. Provides command, control, communications, and information support. Receives and relays command and control (C2) instructions and records, and collects, processes, and submits manual and automated data products. Establishes procedures for operational reports, readiness reports, and the Status of Resources and Training System report. Reports international treaty compliance information. Uses communications systems and consoles to affect positive control of assigned forces and weapons systems. Ensures compliance with CP policies and procedures.
Director of Staff
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Inspector General's Office
The primary charge of the Inspector General is to sustain a credible Air Force IG system by ensuring the existence of responsive complaint resolution, and fraud waste and abuse programs characterized by objectivity, integrity, and impartiality. The IG must ensure the concerns of all complaints, and the best interests of the Air Force are addressed through objective fact finding.
The public affairs mission is to tell the Robins Air Force Base story to the American public. We also strive to enhance airman morale by keeping airmen and their families informed about Air Force issues. Our office is responsible for providing accurate, timely information on Robins issues, programs and base events to the people in this community and members of the news media. As the installation public affairs office, we provide information and services for the base including the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, 689th Combat Communications Wing and all other associate units that do not have a separate public affairs office.
Committed to enhancing and promoting a safe working environment on, throughout and around Robins AFB by facilitating base leadership in the management/elimination of risk through accurate and timely hazard and mishap potential identification and safety education.