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  • Robins remembers military working dog's ultimate sacrifice

    An empty kennel, upside down water and food bowls, and a shadow box holding an American flag, a brass plaque, a charred choke chain, leash, and photo of Military Working Dog Arras set the stage for the memorial of the K-9 many in the 78th Security Forces Squadron said they'll never forget. MWD

  • Generals allay fears, concerns or Robins DLA employees

    Many Team Robins members who recently transferred to the Defense Logistics Agency, are much more at ease about their future after a town hall meeting Nov. 28. The town hall meeting was held at the Vistascope Theater at the Museum of Aviation and gave members of the DLA workforce here at Robins the

  • Team Robins collectively loses more than 1,000 pounds in Team Lean Challenge

    Sometimes being a big loser is something to be proud of. That was certainly the case for Natasha Dunomes, a financial manager who works in the Financial Management Section in the 542nd Combat Sustainment Wing who individually lost the highest percentage of weight at Robins in the 2007 Team Lean

  • Team Robins exceeds 2007 CFC goal

    People at Robins Air Force Base reached deep into their pockets and made a huge difference in the 2007 Combined Federal Campaign. Robins hoped to raise $1,350,000 in the 2007 campaign. But, as in past CFCs, contributors topped themselves, raising $1,454,000 as of Nov. 13, at 2 p.m. Mark Shores, 2007

  • Robins High Velocity Maintenance team aims to keep aircraft available

    A team of experts has been working on a plan to increase aircraft availability. The High Velocity Maintenance High Performance Team's goal is to increase aircraft availability using Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century tools to establish a synchronized, integrated end-to-end process so

  • 19th Air Refueling Group gives Airmen say in new assignments

    As the 19th Air Refueling Group readies to close in June 2008, the unit is helping its Airmen decide where they will go next. On Nov. 15, Airmen, NCOs and Senior NCOs gathered in three sessions in the group's auditorium in Bldg. 2072 to make their choice of about 120 assignments put before them.

  • Robins congratulates 12 chief master sergeant selects

    Twelve Team Robins enlisted members recently reached the pinnacle of their careers as chief master sergeant selects. However, the chief selects aren't just focusing on the additional stripe. Instead, they are focusing on how the eighth stripe will help them make a difference in the lives of their

  • Robins agencies help people deal with stress

    Stress happens every day. But, mental health professionals at Robins said it's how people manage stress that makes the difference between controlling it or letting it control them. Lynn Irvine, a therapist in the Employee Assistance Program since 2001, said stress is manageable. "Prioritize your