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  • 653rd CLSS maintenance instructors provide aircraft battle damage repair training to Japan Air Self Defense Force

    Some 653rd Combat Logistics Support Squadron training instructors not only have the responsibility of training Robins maintainers, they also have the opportunity to train maintainers from some of the United States' allies. On Feb. 12, five members of the Japan Air Self Defense Force arrived at Robins to attend Aircraft Battle Damage Repair
  • State-of-the-art Decision Support Center gives way to open discussion, anonymous collaboration

    Have you ever needed a forum in which all opinions could be expressed without any attribution? Are there times you wish you could freely state your concerns without fear of retribution? If so, you might want to check out the Decision Support Center. Located in Bldg. 255, the DSC is a state-of-the-art facility designed and developed by personnel
  • AIM-120 missile undergoes rocket motor transfer to improve launch capability through teaming effort at Robins

    Robins is working with the Raytheon Company on a three-year project that will give fighter aircraft the right power at the right time. Five munitions workers from the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron are teaming up with four Tucson, Ariz.-based Raytheon workers in a three-year, $4.6 million project which started its first phase Feb. 5. About 360
  • Watch out: Online information predators can ruin financial future

    When it comes to guarding your personal information, you can never be too careful. This is a lesson learned the hard way by several federal employees who participate in the Thrift Savings Plan. Several TSP participants' personal computers were infected by keylogging software, which allowed criminals to monitor and record all key strokes made by the
  • Commander’s access channel set to debut at Robins

    Keeping Team Robins in the loop will now be even easier thanks to the addition of a commander's access channel. The commander's access channel will join the Web site and Robins Rev-Up as additional avenues for getting information out to the public. The commander's access channel is a staple at many bases across the nation and Col. Theresa Carter,
  • Two Robins Airmen receive STEP promotions

    Two enlisted Airmen at Robins were recently rewarded for career-long superior performance when they received on-the-spot promotions through the Stripes for Exceptional Performers program. Tech. Sgt. Darryl Rios-Maldonado, 653rd Combat Logistics Support Squadron depot aircraft structural maintainer, and Staff Sgt. Vanessa Pressley, 78th Civil
  • 2006 Tops in Blue team set to take stage at Warner Robins Civic Center stage

    With Valentine's Day on the heels of the 2006 Tops in Blue team's upcoming performance, the singing and dancing group is asking "What's Love?" The heart-felt question is the theme of the team's Tuesday performance at the Warner Robins Civic Center. Lynne Brackett, Smith Community Center director and project officer for the team's upcoming show,
  • Radar warning receivers get a boost with help from Team Robins member

    A Team Robins member's problem solving skills helped create a digital crystal video receiver design, which will revolutionize the future of radar warning receivers in aircraft throughout the Department of Defense. Charlie Clark, a member of the 579th Software Maintenance Squadron, has worked with radar warning receivers for more than 20 years in
  • 19th ARG wins eighth consecutive Air Force Outstanding Unit Award

    The 19th Air Refueling Group was recently awarded its eighth consecutive Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. The Black Knights, who are part of Air Mobility Command, earned the honor for their service from July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006. "This is definitely a group-wide recognition. It's a validation of all the great service, hard work and dedication
  • Two Airmen, one dream: Two Robins officers selected for Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training program

    Two first lieutenants at Robins will soon take their Air Force careers sky high. First Lt. David Pina, deputy program manager for the ALR-69A Radar Warning Receiver in the 542nd Combat Sustainment Group, and 1st Lt. Eric Florschuetz, chief of capabilities and integration in the 542nd Combat Sustainment Wing, are among the 50 officers Air Force-wide
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