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  • Airman Chef Competition: serving up artistry

    Four teams, one winner. The scene in the kitchen at the base restaurant was a shot right out of a television cooking competition.The Robins Airman Chef Competition Friday evening was a test to see which team could produce the best four courses during the course of the evening. More than 50 people

  • More than 30 technologies featured at annual event

    The Information Technology Forum and Expo offers IT professionals an opportunity to hear from industry leaders in security and see the newest products and services.The March 10 forum will be in the Museum of Aviation's Scott Auditorium and Hangar One. Vendors will be set up in the Century of Flight

  • Fire Safety: Kitchen Fires Can Be Prevented

    From 2007 to 2011, cooking mishaps caused about 43 percent of all home fires and 36 percent of all home fire-related injuries, according to the National Fire Protection Association.  That trend can be drastically reduced through education and awareness. Everyone is responsible for fire prevention

  • Guided Tours Provide Inside Look

    This is a recurring series featuring exhibits, aviation and other interesting items at the Museum of Aviation. The displays can be seen during a lunch break or after work and showcase the history of aviation. The Museum of Aviation tries to capture the Air Force legacy by incorporating each

  • Teen Dating Violence Awareness game night, workshop tonight

    February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. To engage teens in conversation about characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships, the Family Advocacy Program will be hosting a Teen Dating Violence Awareness Game Night/Workshop.For information on healthy vs. unhealthy dating

  • Digging Up the Past: Robins AFB home to 68-year-old crash site

    The swamp is slowly burying the metal remains. Sixty-eight years ago, seven people were killed when a UC-45 crashed shortly after takeoff from Robins Air Force Base.The airplane was returning to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base with its crew of inspectors. Shortly after 9 p.m. on Feb. 13, 1947, it

  • A NEW LOOK: Chapel gets a makeover

    Walk into the Robins Chapel today and you will immediately sense and see something noticeably different. Extensive renovations that took place during much of 2014 have been completed. Look down and visitors to the chapel are welcomed by the warm, blue tones of new carpet. Look around in the main

  • Auto Craft Club provides mechanics of car care

    Guys aren't the only ones into cars.Just ask Monique Brisson, a 581st Software Maintenance Squadron electronics engineer, who recently became the secretary of the Robins Auto Craft Club.Brisson has always been interested in working on cars, though her experience is limited."I settled on looking to

  • National Children’s Dental Health Month

    The 78th Dental Squadron observed National Children's Dental Health Month Tuesday with a visit to the Robins Child Development Center.  Representatives from the squadron were on hand to educate children on proper oral hygiene and nutritional habits."Oral health techniques must be taught at an early