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  • Getting to know you

    The "Getting to Know You" column is a weekly feature in the Robins Rev-Up. It provides an inside look at the members of Team Robins who ensure that "Success Here equals Success There!"Unit: 561st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Job Title: Sheet metal/ E&I InspectorTime in service: 9 yearsHometown: Hawkinsville, Ga.What does your work involve at
  • A Poignant reminder: National Historic Site offers view of Civil War era

    As one of the most infamous Civil War prison camps, Andersonville National Historic Site is worth the 50-mile trip from Robins.Travel southeast from the base, through farmland and small towns to find a historical setting that's an important lesson in U.S. history.More than 150 years ago, the first soldiers were buried at what is now Andersonville
  • Robins celebrates Women's History Month

    March is Women's History Month and Robins Air Force Base is set to celebrate their contributions.The theme of this year's observance, which is being hosted by the Team Robins Diversity Council, is "Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government."  According to the Air Force, diversity and inclusion are
  • HAWC offers classes, healthy eating tips

    March is National Nutrition Month, a nutrition campaign created annually by The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Registered dietitian nutritionists and healthcare professionals use March as a platform to emphasize the importance of making educated food choices and creating healthy eating habits. The theme for 2016 is "Savor the Flavor of Eating
  • 2016 Robins Air Force Base Earth Day Photo Contest Entry Form

    This is the entry form for the 2016 Robins Air Force Base Earth Day Photo Contest. 2016 Robins Air Force Base Earth Day Contest Name of Photographer (print):   Phone No. (Day):   Email:   Identify the class or category (only one entry per class and category):   Age Group
  • Calling all Shutterbugs! 2016 Robins Earth Day Photo Contest under way

    In honor of the 46th Anniversary of Earth Day, Environmental Management invites you to participate in the 2016 Robins Air Force Base Earth Day Photo Contest.  The winning photos will be proudly displayed at the Base Restaurant before pickup. We're looking for photographs displaying our natural inhabitants while highlighting our interactions with
  • Taking a look at political rules as Super Tuesday approaches

    Politics and work don't mix. For the military and Defense Department civilian employees, rules governing political behavior spill into their personal lives as well.The following rules govern activities relating to federal, state and local political campaigns and elections. Guidelines for civiliansCivilian employees may:*be candidates for public
  • Warning ... Please don’t disturb the bats

    You might hear that bats are dirty pests that people would be better off without. But, is that true? Not really. Bats aren't animals to be feared. They're an important part of Georgia's natural environment and they're great at controlling insects.In the last few weeks, bats have been identified on the outside of the dorms in Bldg. 756. They pose no
  • Walk, run this way - safety office provides guidelines for pedestrians

    Many Team Robins members are taking advantage of the ideal weather for walking, jogging and running on base. As pedestrians, we walk from the parking lot to our jobs, to school, to meet friends and to relax with our families. In the past five years there have been 15 unnecessary pedestrian related fatal accidents in the Air Force. Walking and
  • Exploring history at the Tubman Museum

    The color on the front of the building is edo or yellow, a color found in West African structures, according to Andy Ambrose, executive director.The 49,000-square-foot structure is home to African American art, history and culture. It also regularly hosts school-aged tours complete with reenactors who dress up as the museum's namesake, Harriet