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  • 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

  • Rebuilding Together,Heroes at Home volunteers help give veteran a new home

    In 1957, James and Josephine Gantt moved into their Warner Robins home. Like most homes that old, the years have taken a toll. But, thanks to the joint efforts of Rebuilding Together Warner Robins and Heroes at Home, their home has a new look. Jerome Stephens, president of Rebuilding Together Warner

  • Robins celebrates Native American Heritage Month with cultural displays

    Members of the Robins community spent Nov. 8 learning to appreciate the Native American culture as both Robins Elementary and the courtyard between Bldg. 300 and 301 transformed into a cultural center. Both adults and children in the Robins community had the opportunity to enjoy demonstrations of

  • Robins Airman talks about how drinking and driving changed his life, career

    Being a staff sergeant select is usually a once-in-a-career achievement, but as one Robins Airman can attest, one bad choice can turn the tide and make reaching this milestone a second time, an uphill battle. When Senior Airman Tommy Bedrick found out he had a line number for staff sergeant four

  • WR-ALC fosters communication about base mission with industry

    About 700 people attended the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center 5th Annual Requirements Symposium, where business and industry representatives had the opportunity to get a firsthand look at the Center's future support needs. The two-day symposium allowed both government workers and leaders to

  • Robins Riders honor veterans with ride to Andersonville

    As Veterans Day approaches each year members of the Robins Riders, the base motorcycle club, assemble and ride to Andersonville National Cemetery in honor of the sacrifices and contributions of veterans. These sacrifices and contributions are considered to be the backbone of American freedom by the

  • 75-year-old retires after 55 years in military, civil service

    Howard Dixon knows the Air Force mission like the back of his hand. After spending 55 years serving his country in military and civil service, the 75-year-old technical adviser for fighter and bomber bomb racks in the 575th Combat Sustainment Squadron, said good-bye to his work life Oct. 31. The

  • Amazing Race: 78th CES Airman lands first place in ultra marathon

    Adam Kuchy didn't realize how far running would take him when he first put his feet to the pavement in an elementary school physical training day. The Air Force staff sergeant and electrical systems journeyman in the 78th Civil Engineer Squadron at Robins honed his athletic skills in 7th and 8th

  • Season ends on high note for Robins youth cheerleaders

    Keeping a crowd of people happy is no easy task - just ask the girls on the Robins youth cheerleading squad. The squad of 7- to 12-year-old girls, many who come from active-duty military families, went all out during this year's football season to keep players' spirits high and crowds roaring.