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Gate Hours, Rules and Driving Directions

Robins Security Forces member checks the ID card

How can I get directions?

DRIVING
Newcomers who arrive in their vehicles will more than likely be traveling on Interstate 75. Take exit 146 to the Georgia Highway 247 Connector (also called Watson Blvd.). The road will take you directly to the base, about 10 miles away from the exit. You can also exit coming from the north at exit 65A and take Highway 247 about 15 miles south to the base.

Military members entering at the Visitor's Center at Gate 3, which is open 24 hours a day, should report directly to the orderly room of the organization they are assigned.

The orderly room will contact the Military Personnel Flight to schedule an appointment for in-processing. If there are any questions about where to report upon arrival, military members will be directed to the Military Personnel Flight's customer service office in Building 767. After hours, members will be directed to the 24-hour arrival point, the billeting office in Building 557.

The Visitor Control Center can be reached at 478-926-4208.

Gate Hours

Gate 3, the Watson gate:
Open 24/7

Gate 1, the Green Street gate:
Mon-Fri (except holidays) 5 a.m. - 6 p.m.   

Gate 14, the Russell Parkway gate:
Open every day 5 a.m.- 10 p.m.

Gate 5, the MLK Boulevard gate:
Closed Temporarily

Gate 15, the Air National Guard gate:
Closed

Gate 7, the commercial vehicle search area
Located between Russell Parkway and MLK Jr. Boulevard off Georgia Highway 247 
Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Visitor Control Center, bldg. 219, at Gate 3, the Watson gate:

Open Monday through Friday from 7:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone number: 478-926-4208

TRUSTED TRAVELER PROGRAM

Beginning Aug. 22, 2022, Robins Air Force Base has authorized the Trusted Traveler Program.

  • Visitors will no longer need an individual base access pass when riding in the SAME VEHICLE as their approved sponsor.
    • Approved sponsors include: Department of Defense military personnel, DoD civilians, military retirees, adult dependents of military personnel and personnel in possession of a DD Form 2765.
  • Visitors age 18 years and older must show a valid state or federal ID before access will be granted.
  • Sponsors MUST remain with visitor AT ALL TIMES until they depart the installation.
  • Sponsors must have sufficient knowledge of the visitor to legitimately vouch for their identity, fitness and purpose of their visit.
  • Sponsor may be held personally accountable for the conduct of their visitor in accordance with installation security policies or if visitor is left unattended.

If suspicious activity is suspected call the Law Enforcement Desk at 478-926-2187. Additionally you can provide anonymous information via the U.S. Air Force Eagle Eyes Program: Text AFOSI and your tip to 274637 (CRIMES).

(Updated Aug. 19, 2022)

Driving regulations on base

Cell phone use is prohibited while driving without a proper hands-free device.

Seat belt use is mandatory for drivers and all passengers once entering the base gates.

The speed limit on Robins AFB ranges from 10 - 35 mph. Base security forces are responsible for enforcing speed limits and all other traffic laws.

All state and local driving laws are applicable on base.

Violations of traffic laws can be reported to the 78th Security Forces Law Enforcement Desk in Building 263, 478-926-2187, DSN 468-2187.

(Updated January 3, 2020)