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  • Food, Family and Fun to converge at Robins air show

    A lot of work has gone into planning Robins’ Thunder Over Georgia Air Show, Oct. 1 and 2. From securing aerobatic acts like the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds to providing a Kids Zone for the kids, the air show committee has ensured everything is covered. One of the committee’s key players is the Robins 78th Force Support Squadron. They’ve worked
  • Rear-end collision avoidance

    You’re watching the traffic light and listening to a new song when KAHH-BLAMM! Your car shutters and slides forward. You’ve been rear-ended.  Next up are conversations with the police, insurance companies, auto repair companies and maybe a doctor – plus an instant drop in car value.   Could you have avoided this? Maybe – if you had known of and
  • TROPICAL WEATHER MESSAGE

    The Robins Weather Flight remains in HURCON 5, Monitoring.   Tropical Storm Hermine continues a north-northeast movement through the north central Gulf of Mexico. Some additional strengthening is expected today with the storm making landfall this evening near Carabelle, Florida. NOTE: This event remains VERY FLUID and the weather flight and the NHC
  • Robins celebrates National Preparedness Month

    It’s that time of year again for National Preparedness Month. Last year’s theme, “Don’t Wait, Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today,” will be returning this September with a continuing emphasis on preparedness for youth, older adults, people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs.  September is recognized as National
  • Stay safe this Labor Day weekend

    Labor Day weekend signifies the last weekend of summer and is particular to American culture. The holiday – first celebrated September 5, 1882 – is a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our country. The Air Force proudly shares in that tradition.  However, Labor Day weekend is
  • Precious cargo: Car seat safety tips

    As a 78th Security Forces Squadron installation entry controller, I greet many of you entering the gates daily. During my brief interactions I’ve noticed many children improperly buckled in seats or other child safety restraints.  According to the National Highway Safety Administration, in 2014, 173 children lost their lives due to adults failing
  • Ever thought of serving your country? Inspiring the next generation at Thunder Over Georgia Air Show

    After experiencing his first air show at the tender age of 5, Maj. Rex Deloach knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up. “When my father took me to my first air show somehow we got separated, and I got lost,” said Deloach, assistant air show director. “A guy in uniform picked me up, and he told an airman to try to find my dad.  “Meanwhile,
  • Wingman Day Weekend: Team Robins slated to kick off Robins Connect program with October Fall Bash

    For the thousands who work at Robins, there are countless interests, hobbies and activities a person may take part in. Finding other people or organizations who are involved with those activities can sometimes be difficult. That’s why the 78th Air Base Wing is kicking off a program called Robins Connect. The purpose is to connect Team Robins
  • Robins home to C-17 Foreign Liaison Officers

    The work done at Robins Air Force Base has worldwide implications – not just for the U.S. Air Force, but for other countries as well. Take for example the C-17. Robins Air Force Base houses Foreign Liaison Officers for four respective militaries within the C-17 System Program Office. C-17s are owned and operated by Australia, Canada, United Arab
  • Get ready to dance the night away: Robins, Air Force set to celebrate milestone anniversaries

    To celebrate the U.S. Air Force’s birthday, the 69th annual Air Force Anniversary Ball will be held Sept. 17 at the Museum of Aviation Century of Flight Hangar from 6 to 10 p.m. During the gala, Robins will celebrate its 75 years of power projection platform with a video.   Sept. 1, 1941 was the official groundbreaking for the construction of
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