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  • Program prepares separating, retiring service members for future

    Beginnings can be scary, but Robins Air Force Base service members don't have to face them alone.Retiring Airmen and people separating from military service have the Transition Assistance Program in the Airman & Family Readiness Center to give them guidance as they journey into their life's next

  • Fun, food, festivities: How to enjoy the season safely

    For most people, summer means outdoor activities, traveling and food.With the onset of picnics, ball games, afternoon cookouts and those weekend trips to the lake or beach, it's important to keep safety in mind. Awareness of heat stress, food safety and insect protection are key to a fun and

  • Healthy Start screening event scheduled

    It's that time of year again. The 78th Medical Group will be providing Healthy Start Screenings for Tricare beneficiaries entering Georgia schools for the first time.Screenings are for students from pre-k through 12th grade and will be conducted July 11 and 25 from 9 a.m until noon in Bldg. 700A -

  • Fun, food, festivities: How to enjoy the season safely

    For most people, summer means outdoor activities, traveling and food.With the onset of picnics, ballgames, afternoon cookouts and those weekend trips to the lake or beach, it's important to keep safety in mind. Awareness of heat stress, food safety and insect protection are key to a fun and

  • Want to volunteer? There's a list for that

    Volunteers are needed in many areas both on base and in the surrounding community.The Volunteer Program at the Airman & Family Readiness Center assists those who are interested find their niche.There are many different reasons people want to spend their time in service of others without pay, said

  • Tapped for Success

    Beginnings can be scary, but Robins Air Force Base's service members don't have to face them alone.Retiring Airmen and people separating from military service have the Transition Assistance Program in the Airman & Family Readiness Center to give them guidance as they journey into their life's next

  • Robins Family Campground lets people get back to nature for less

    When most people think of Robins Air Force Base, peace and quiet are probably the furthest things from their minds. With aircraft roaring on the flight line and sonic booms thundering through the air, serenity is scarce in the industrial complex.However, Robins Fam Camp, as the base's family

  • Protecting children from the perils of summer heat

    Heatstroke is the leading cause of non-vehicle related deaths for children, and it can happen to anyone.  While we may not know exactly how high the temperatures will get in Georgia, we know that more days than not, it will be extremely hot. But the heat doesn't mean we get to stop our daily lives.

  • Pave low sits high at MOA

    Up on a pedestal, the aircraft looks like it could be hovering just as it did during missions. Visitors can walk beneath the 88-foot long aircraft or go up to the second floor in the Century of Flight Hangar at the Museum of Aviation to get a glimpse inside.This helicopter, the Sikorsky MH-53M, most

  • Tops in Blue slated for June 14

    Freedom isn't free. However, enjoying the Tops in Blue's 2015 tour, "Freedom's Song," a celebration of the freedom we enjoy as Americans, is priceless ... literally.Tops in Blue, the premier Air Force entertainment showcase, will take to the Homer J. Walker Civic Center stage - at 702 Watson Blvd. -