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  • "See Me, Save Me" motorcycle awareness campaign

    Robins Air Force Base is the launch site for the "See Me, Save Me" motorcycle safety awareness campaign. Starting in the summer of 2008, the campaign focused on raising the awareness of drivers on the roads around Middle Georgia. Based on the safety statistics in this region, the ridership population has increased 30 percent since 2006 and
  • "You Matter" Suicide Awareness Campaign

    In CY08, an alarming number of the Team Robins family took their own lives. The tragic loss prompted the base leadership to take a closer look into this epidemic. Starting in January of 2009, the "You Matter" campaign was launched, focused on raising the awareness of suicide and suicide prevention. Based on the statistics in this region, the
  • 402nd MXW Business Development & Partnership

    Exceeding warfighter demands by challenging ourselves to continuously improve our processes and competitive value, while making the 402d Maintenance Wing the most desirable organization for all team members to work and grow. OBP Mission Statement 402 MXW/OBP serves as the primary focal point and business agent for the 402d Maintenance Wing. The
  • 5th Combat Communications Group

    5th Combat Communications GroupThe 5th Combat Communications Group has been based at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., since its activation on 1 July, 1964. Originally called the 5th "Mobile" Communications Group it is still affectionately referred to as the 5th Mob. Today, the unit has over 700 combat-ready Airmen and can be a self-supporting combat
  • 94th Aerial Port Squadron

    Mission:In peacetime, the 94th Aerial Port Squadron attains and maintains, through training, a state of operational readiness that will permit the unit to fulfill its mobilization and/or contingency responsibilities. Upon mobilization, the unit operates/augments air terminal facilities at fixed Air Mobility Command (AMC) aerial ports and provides
  • Air Force Materiel Command

    Headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Air Force Materiel Command is a major command created July 1, 1992. The command conducts research, development, test and evaluation, and provides acquisition management services and logistics support necessary to keep Air Force weapon systems ready for war.MissionPowering the world's greatest
  • Domestic Violence Information

    The National Domestic Violence Hotline is 1-800-799-SAFE The National Sexual Assault Hotline is 1-800-656-HOPE78 ABW Command Policy (need policy letter)Information explaining the Transitional Compensation Program and the Retired Pay for Abused Dependents Program (DoD Compensation Program).Information to help victims of family violence understand
  • Flyover Requests

    Requests for U.S. Air Force aircraft to participate in flyovers, airshows or as static displays is managed by the Department of the Air Force. Organizations wishing to feature a Robins aircraft at their event should visit the Air Force's Aviation Support page, http://www.airshows.pa.hq.af.mil> or contact Air Force Aviation Support at SAF/PAN, (703)
  • Heart Link Page

     Heartlink is a 3 hour activity packed with fun and information designed to inform our new military spouses about the resources available to assist them. The Commander's Spouse Orientation Tour showcases key points of interest on the base and in the local community. Heartlink starts at 0830 and the tour returns at 1400. To register
  • History of Warner Robins, Georgia

    Warner Robins, Georgia, is the largest city in Houston County, named for John Houstoun, second governor of Georgia. The county was created on May 15, 1821 out of land ceded to the State by the Muscogee (Creek) in the Treaty of Indian Springs, January 8, 1821. The city is located in the northern part of the county in the geographic center of Georgia