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  • 542nd CSW director earns Presidential Rank Meritorious Service Award

    Brenda Romine, who became the director of the 542nd Combat Sustainment Wing Aug. 3, has made it her priority to put the Air Force's needs first. Her "taking care of business" attitude compelled Ms. Romine to lead the way for positive change in her previous role as the deputy director of Logistics at

  • Robins youth team wins football championship

    The Robins Falcons youth center tackle football team was named the 2007 Optimist Bowl champions after beating the Perry Stallions 13-7 in the bowl championship game Oct. 20. The 11- and 12-year-old football players took the title in the 50th annual Optimist Bowl at McConnell-Talbert Stadium in

  • Robins officials encourage water conservation

    Water conservation is a hot topic at Robins, just as it is for the rest of Georgia. Robins' environmental management officials are emphasizing the importance of adhering to water restrictions made by Georgia's Environmental Protection Division recently. Bob Sargent, natural and cultural resources

  • 78th LRS officer steps into new role, earns Bronze Star Medal

    Capt. Steven Wymore, an installation deployment officer in the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron, went to Iraq to provide logistics support to the Iraqi Army's 2nd Brigade, 7th Division. The logistics officer came home with a better understanding of how his service ties in with other coalition

  • 19th ARG recognizes 8 decades of Black Knights during 80th Birthday Bash

    On Sept. 18, the Air Force marked its 60th birthday. Just one month later, Oct. 18 marked the 80th birthday for the 19th Air Refueling Group. Members of the unit agreed the realization their unit's history began 20 years before the Air Force made last week's festivities more meaningful. The group

  • BIGGEST LOSER: Robins cost analyst loses 110 pounds

    Sometimes all it takes for a person to find the determination and dedication to reach a weight loss goal is a simple wake up call. Natasha Dunomes, a cost analyst in the Financial Management's Acquisition and Cost Division, got that call. Weighing nearly 250 pounds, weight that was taxing her

  • Senior enlisted leader visits Robins, discusses Air Force priorities

    As part of the Air Force Week Georgia celebration, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley traveled to Warner Robins recently to visit Airmen at Robins Air Force Base, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center and Air Force Reserve Command. Chief McKinley spoke with several groups and

  • Robins military working dog dies defending freedom

    When Staff Sgt. Marcus Reaves, a military working dog handler in the 78th Security Forces Squadron's Military Working Dog Section at Robins, deployed with his canine partner, Arras, he never imagined he'd come home without him. Arras, a 5-year-old Dutch sheppard explosives detector and patrol dog in

  • Robins APTO helps AF, industry develop hybrid truck technology

    When it comes to heavy duty, special purpose vehicles most Americans imagine a gas guzzling engine and tons of unfriendly emissions taking their toll on the environment. But the Air Force's Advanced Power Technology Office is working to change the stereotype and prove heavy-duty hybrid electric