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  • 78th Communications Directorate: Connecting Air Force to world

    Imagine being responsible for the maintenance of nearly 18,000 desktop and laptop computers, making sure the network those devices connect to is functioning - all while fielding hundreds of troubleshooting calls.
  • Exercise! Exercise! Exercise!

     The 78th Medical Group recently conducted a Disease Containment Point of Distribution, or PoD, exercise from its warehouse facility. The event tested the group’s ability to respond to the needs of Robins’ mission-essential personnel in the event of a major public health emergency within the community. The scenario simulated a pneumonic plague
  • An Airman's Story: Deployment drives home importance of training, learning

    The first thing you notice about Airman 1st Class Corynn Marcelo when she talks about her recent deployment to Afghanistan is her professionalism and military bearing. She carries herself like a seasoned veteran and speaks with a quiet authority usually reserved for older, more experienced troops. Yet there’s something that just doesn’t seem to fit. It’s only when the Flint, Michigan native tells you about how she came to the decision to join the Air Force that it dawns on you. She’s only 21.
  • Fick, acquisition pros from Pentagon tour WR-ALC

    As the surrey rolled past stripped-down F-15 fuselages and busy aircraft maintenance hangars, an appreciative smile came across the visitor’s face.             “This is so much better than being in the Acquistition conference room,” Col. Matthew Bonavita said, rising from his seat to step out onto the Robins Air Force Base flight line.
  • Money Matters: Build memories, not debt

    The Holiday season is a wonderful time of celebration, time with family, and time of giving.  Please enjoy this special time of year but be mindful the “giving” part can be done in countless ways. Many Americans find they have overspent and they spend several months of the new year trying to recuperate from the pile of debt. Remember it’s the
  • Team Robins celebrates Native American Indian Heritage Month

    Whether you are team ‘salad bowl’ or team ‘melting pot’, most Americans can agree that the nation’s fabric is multicultural, made strong through the contributions of many various ethnic groups.   To honor the contributions of some of her original weavers, Robins will celebrate Native American Indian Heritage Month with events meant to honor the
  • Robins hosts Fall activities beginning Wednesday

    Robins Air Force Base has a host of goodies in store for trick-or-treaters of all ages this Halloween.
  • Wingman Weekend kicks off Friday

    We encourage you to join us for the first ever Wingman Weekend. we will offer a variety 78th Air Base Wing-hosted Wingman Day Events on Friday, and Team Robins members can bring their families out to experience the fun at the 7th Annual Fall Bash on Saturday.
  • Want to be part of a winning team?

    Do you want to be part of a winning team? Well there's no better time than the present to throw your hat in the ring. Robins Air Force Base is now hiring multiple qualified applicants as painter workers, aircraft workers and sheet metal mechanics to help ensure that Success Here = Success There!
  • Thunderbird team member comes home

    For one Thunderbird crew member, being at Robins Air Force Base was not just another show. It was a homecoming. Staff Sgt. Joshua “Trey” Whiteley, the No. 3 assistant dedicated crew chief, is a 2008 graduate of Warner Robins High School.When he wasn’t busy preparing the     F-16 for the Thunder Over Georgia air show, Whiteley was getting