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  • Welcome to Robins: Security Forces Elite Guard puts its best foot forward

    In the heat, rain, snow or sleet, the guards stand watch. Sitting in a temperature-controlled vehicle, one might not stop to think about the protectors who control traffic coming onto Robins Air Force Base every day, but they're the first faces 20,000-plus workers see coming into the base each

  • Pine Oaks Golf Course has something for everyone

    There's golf going on at the Pine Oaks Golf Course, but there's a little more to whet your appetite as well. Tons of programs are offered, including a beginners' Nine-Hole Golf League, an April special promotion on Sunday afternoons, and Month of the Military Child specials. Be on the lookout this

  • Totally toxic training: Joint exercise tests mission capability

    Donning oxygen masks and tanks and brightly colored blue and green hazardous material suits, three Airmen made their way from the command center to the back of a building to find a chemical agent.As part of a joint training exercise between the fire department, civil engineering, bioenvironmental

  • Holocaust memorial week starts Sunday

    At the end of World War II, the Jewish community founded a week dedicated to remembering the holocaust.The Week of Remembrance starts April 12 on Holocaust Remembrance Day, called Yom Hashoah. A service at Temple Beth Israel in Macon will start at 7 p.m. and is open to the public.There will be a

  • Strong spiritual fitness helps in challenging times

    On a bright day, a 5-year-old boy and his mother were driving home after spending time with his grandparents. After stopping at a four-way stop, the mother checked traffic and proceeded on her way. Out of sight behind a hill, a woman approached the same intersection driving more than 90 mph. The

  • Volunteers needed to keep base green and clean

    The Robins Pride program needs your help to assist in keeping our base community clean and green all year long. Organizations can adopt a specific public area for such duties as picking up fallen limbs, raking leaves, picking up trash and emptying receptacles along roadways and trails; weed-eating

  • Whittling Away: Wood Craft Club gives Robins creative outlet

    For some people, certain types of work just come naturally.For people interested in woodworking, there's now a place to perfect their skill, the Robins Wood Crafts Club, which officially opened in its new home in February, in Bldg. 981 on 10th Street next to the Outdoor Recreation and Arts and

  • Air Force Aid Society, AFAF helping those in need

    When Airmen need a little financial assistance, the Air Force Aid Society is there to help.Walter Anderson, Airman and Family Readiness Center community readiness consultant, oversees several programs housed under the AFAS.The programs provide child care vouchers, grants for secondary education,

  • Pinwheels for prevention: Putting Children First

    April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. During April, the base's Family Advocacy Outreach Program will offer tools to help educate the community about detecting and reporting child abuse.Prevention works and each of us can do our small part to protect children. The local campaign kicked off