Robins return to full capacity message from your installation command team - May 7, 2020
May is both Physical Activity and Mental Health Awareness Month for Robins Air Force Base. Now we all know that exercise keeps our bodies healthy, however, we often talk about the mind and body as though they are completely separate - they aren't. The mind can’t function at full capacity unless your body is working properly - but it also works the other way - the state of your mind affects your body.
The 78th Medical Group Clinical Laboratory at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, activated their in-house COVID-19 molecular testing capabilities May 7, becoming the first Air Force Sustainment Center clinic to offer in-house COVID-19 testing.
Virtual reality is coming to the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System aircraft in a collaboration with the 116th Air Control Wing and the 461st Air Control Wing at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. A VR Maintenance and Operations Training Program has been created to supplement training and enhance mission effectiveness for Team JSTARS members.
In early March, Robins Air Force Base began to send high risk personnel home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. By the end of the month the base had emptied to critical personnel. One critical team from Defense Logistics Agency Distribution Warner Robins is the Delivery Response Team that ensures timely delivery of crucial Air Force maintenance supplies. The aircraft parts, referred to as “red-hot” parts, always get to the customer within a four hour time frame.
Gen. Arnold W. Bunch Jr., Air Force Materiel Command commander, visited Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, May 8, to view ongoing mission efforts and review “return to full capacity” operational execution plans in progress.
The 5th Combat Communications Group has been working hard to ensure war fighters around the world can stayed connected to execute the mission. The group, fondly called the 5th MOB at Robins, provides a variety of critical communication assets, such as radio, phone and internet to support a customer base as small a couple of Airmen to even as large as an entire wing anywhere in the world it is needed.
At Robins Air Force Base, Airmen are increasingly utilizing trails, pavilions and bodies of water for recreation and physical fitness activities, resulting in increased interactions between people and alligators.
Freddie Stewart Jr., a communications focal point in the 78th Air Base Wing's Communications Directorate, teamed up with his community to provide 22,000 pounds to families in need in Macon, Georgia.
Robins leadership announces 3x3 Fitness Challenge to get through the COVID-19 crisis in shape and ready to fight!

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