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  • Promise keeper, 'Rosie' delivers on lifelong commitment serving others

    Working is synonymous with breathing, as Sadie Holt sees it.The longtime Warner Robins resident and retired Robins Air Force Base employee is a well-known community member. If you don't know her, well maybe you haven't lived here long enough.After all, she's had a hand in starting and becoming a

  • Students enjoy Dixie Crows Symposium

    People stared and pointed as the red and white drone circled overhead.At the helm was Alva Shell, 560th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron human resources supervisor, perched on the second floor of the Century of Flight hangar as his $1,300 piece of equipment flew above the crowd.Shell's demonstration

  • A Day at the Museum: Global Hawk: Workhorse of Recon

    The Global Hawk flies missions all around the world. One of those landed at the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight hangar - so to speak.The RQ-4 Global Hawk is a high-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aerial reconnaissance system designed to capture real-time information for wartime efforts as

  • True Patriots: An inside look at women who helped win World War II

    Not many are left to tell the tales of the women pioneers who went to work during World War II. This was a generation who grew up during the Great Depression and multiple wars, who saw sons, brothers, fathers and husbands sent off to foreign lands.Some of these women are nearing the century mark in

  • Super Leader Speaks

    Superman memorabilia decorates the office of a man who has spent three decades of his life in the U.S. Air Force. As a symbol of hope in the Great Depression in the 1930s, the man of steel is Chief Master Sgt. Lorenzo Anastasie's inspiration."It's about helping Airmen," said the 116th Air Control

  • World War II veteran gets big surprise at museum

    For 15 years Air Force Reserve Command's Lt. Col. Kelli Molter has been thinking of a way to honor her parents.All that thinking paid off March 9 as she surprised her father and mother, Bernhard and Marilyn Molter, at the Museum of Aviation's art gallery with a display case and a picture book.As the

  • Retired Fighting Falcon part of Thunderbird exhibit

    The Thunderbird display opened in 2009 at the Century of Flight hangar at the Museum of Aviation. The Air Force combat F-16A was the first F-16 model used by the Thunderbirds, the Air Force's official air demonstration team.The aircraft on display flew from 1982 to 1991. The plane was converted from

  • Safe Haven: It's OK to come forward, ask for help

    The scars, no longer visible on the outside, took its toll on the inside. The addiction that gradually began to take hold of *E.C. began with diet pills as a way to lose weight, but slowly progressed with the use of meth and alcohol.  "It pretty much took control of my life," said E.C., a long-time