A C-5, the largest Air Force aircraft, goes through programmed depot maintenance with the 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Group at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, July 30, 2020.
When we’re sick we go to the doctor for a diagnosis but where do aircraft go for unseen issues? Aircraft at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia go to the 558th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron non-destructive inspection office with the 402nd Maintenance Group for their diagnosis.
Three F-15's undergo programmed depot maintenance.
Team Robins is no stranger to training. The 78th Civil Engineer Squadron Emergency Management Flight provides essential training that helps build the framework for a prepared base and community.
Knowledge is power when it comes to battling COVID-19. And for that reason, the 78th Medical Group at Robins Air Force Base took part in a viral outbreak response class at the Guardian Centers of Georgia, July 16 in Perry.
Robins Fitness Center is going the extra mile to ensure the health and safety of their patrons.
When Airmen arrive in town, their sacrifice and service are not lost on the local residents. Displays of patriotism are a welcomed sight for service members.
The reunion Steve Malanson had been waiting for finally happened. July 14, he walked into the 78th Civil Engineer Group Fire Department’s main station at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, to thank the first responders who saved his life six weeks ago after he started having chest pains.
The Air Force Sustainment Center command team visited Robins Air Force Base for the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex change of command. While they were here, they took the opportunity to receive various mission updates from around the installation.
Robins Installation Commander Col. Brian Moore (left), Col. Maureen Farrell, 78th Medical Group commander (center) and David Whitmer Carl Vinson Veterans Affairs Medical Center director gather with local officials to cut the ribbon for the new VA clinic inside the base hospital. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kisha Johnson)
The 461st and 116th Air Control Wings Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System team performed a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives environment training event at Robins Air Force Base Georgia, June 26. The CBRNE training tested the JSTARS team’s ability to launch E-8C Joint STARS aircraft in a simulated chemical environment.
ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- 53rd Air Traffic Control Squadron team members prepare and pack equipment into a Mobile Air Traffic Control Tower for Exercise Agile Gator at Robins Air Base, Georgia, June 23, 2020. The exercise is a semiannual capstone exercise tested the unit’s readiness and ability to assume responsibility for any no-notice missions, like a humanitarian assistance or disaster relief event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Joseph Mather)
The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, made a good catch May 8, when it spotted damage on a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft at the end of its Programmed Depot Maintenance line, repairing the problem just days before it was due back to its home station.
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