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  • Museum of Aviation celebrates 35 years

    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – The Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, celebrates 35 years at its 35th Anniversary Gala, Nov. 9, 2019. The Museum of Aviation opened the doors to its first museum building in 1984 and now has over 200,000 square feet of aircraft, exhibits and educational space, and sees over 600,000 visitors annually.
  • IRTAs train Airmen on resilience skill sets, foster resiliency across the installation

    Robins is bringing integrated resilience training assistants on board to train Airmen how to be resilient no matter what they face in life. IRTAs are resilience soft-skill experts who assist master resilience trainers with fostering resilience across the installation.
  • AFMC civilian Airmen excel in CDE Academic Year 2020 application cycle

    More than 735 Air Force Materiel Command Civilian Airmen were selected for Academic Year 2020 Civilian Developmental Education opportunities, filling nearly 49% of the Air Force program allocations for the academic year.
  • ASTS team reflects on Guyana mission

    Traveling an hour to work at the crack of dawn on a bumpy road, passing homes with no doors or enclosed walls and people washing themselves at a nearby river, six Reserve Citizen Airmen from Robins Air Force Base knew they weren’t in Middle Georgia anymore.Lt. Col. Joni Scott-Weideman, Senior Master Sgt. Shanekqua Parker, Tech. Sgt. Amanda Manzie,
  • Barrett publicly sworn in as secretary of the Air Force

    David Norquist, deputy secretary of defense, conducted the public swearing-in, which preceded Barrett’s first formal remarks since becoming the secretary. Barrett said her highest priority is protecting – and prolonging – the Air Force’s unrivaled excellence.
  • Air Force transitions all US military treatment facilities to DHA

    Congress directed this transfer in the fiscal year 2017 National Defense Authorization Act. Establishing an integrated Military Health System will standardize health care delivery and business operations across all military treatment facilities.
  • Celebrating a culture: Robins to celebrate American Indian Heritage Month

    Throughout November, Robins will celebrate and provide ways for its community to learn more about the American Indian culture and how it has contributed to the history of the U.S.
  • End of an Era: JSTARS flies last sortie out of CENTCOM

    An 18-year long deployment of the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System aircraft to the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility, and the second longest deployment in U.S. Air Force history, came to an end Oct. 1, 2019. Just before sunrise, Col. Konata Crumbly, 116th Air Control Wing commander and Joint STARS aircraft commander, pulled back the flight controls and lifted the aircraft from the runway on the last Joint STARS sortie leaving Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, marking the end of an era.
  • WG employees invited to participate in force development survey

    Air Force Materiel Command employees in the Federal Wage Grade System are invited to participate in a survey to assess developmental needs and opportunities across the cohort.
  • University students help JSTARS innovate scheduling

    Operators of the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System are teaming up with Mercer University’s computer science department in Macon, Georgia, to advance an antiquated software system.