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  • Gone way too soon

    A few years ago a couple of ID bracelets came in the mail. Those bracelets took me back instantly to 9/11. My 9/11 started out like most other Americans. But during that day my family had gone from worry to hope to relief.At day's end, however, there was only despair.It started with a phone call from my mom. She told my wife, Cathy, that my cousin,
  • Gone, but not forgotten: Whitlock family keeps Air Force ties after son’s death through Gold Star program

    The family of Capt. Nicholas Whitlock, who died in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, reflect back on his life and how they have used his memory and the Gold Star program to carry on his legacy.
  • Behind the Lens: Japanese-American woman takes off-beaten path to photography career at Robins

    You may have seen Misuzu Allen’s photos on Robins’ Facebook page or the base’s website, but do you know this woman behind the lens? Her story is as unique as the ones her photos capture every day. The Japanese-American came to the U.S in 1992, when her husband’s job brought him back to the states. A short time after earning her information technology degree and landing her Air Force career through the Palace Acquire Internship, Allen’s audiovisual career took off.
  • EAP consultant helps Robins meet civilians’ personal, work life needs

    The Robins Employee Assistance Program has been a resource for the installation’s civilian workforce to turn to in times of need for many years. The long-standing program has recently doubled its efforts, adding a part-time EAP consultant to its team of professionals to help civilians.
  • Robins firefighters use boxing to stay fit to fight flames

    Robins firefighters use boxing to stay fit to fight
  • Robins Clinical psychologist uses Puerto Rican heritage, resiliency to help civilians on base

    Felisha Garcia has had a lot on her mind since arriving at Robins about a year ago. The Puerto Rico native, a licensed clinical psychologist in the Occupational Medicine Services for the 78th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, and the Fast Forward Clinic at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, is charged with caring for the Robins Air Force Base
  • Robins Honor Guard gives back to communities near, far in many ways

    Airmen from all walks of Air Force life come together to serve on the Robins Air Force Base Honor Guard.Robins’ 48-member honor guard is currently comprised of 26 members locally, with the remaining members geographically separated at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia, and at the Berry Field Air National Guard Base in Nashville, Tennessee.Its 26
  • A&FRC program helps military, DOD families be financially ready

    Striking a financial balance can often feel like a tight-rope walk.Leaning too far in one direction could lead to monetary ruin.Fortunately, Robins’ Airman & Family Readiness Center’s Personal Financial Readiness program offers the skills that can save you from a monetary demise.“The program offers information, education and personal financial
  • New Robins Dietitian Nutritionist

    Denise Wickley married into the Air Force nearly a year ago.The military spouse found her niche at Robins Air Force Base, becoming the newest registered dietitian nutritionist in Health Promotions here in recent months. Wickley was drawn to the versatility her new role offered and the focus on educating such a large population on healthy eating and
  • Robins volunteer receives IRS Community Service Certificate of Appreciation

    Most people dread tax season, but not Karin Winward.Winward, a retired Air Force senior master sergeant who has volunteered as the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Site coordinator at Robins since 2005, teaches the IRS certification course and assures all volunteers are certified in tax law and use of the IRS tax program. Winward certified that