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  • Coach uses basketball to teach life lessons

    Most people have a hobby or pastime. For many, it's nothing more than an enjoyable way to pass the time. But for others, it's much more than that. Their pastime is an integral part of their lives, something that is forever in their blood. For John Bailey, basketball is that pastime, the kind that

  • Military records to go online

    The Air Force is eliminating the base-level repository for personnel records and today is the last day for military members at Robins to have access to their personnel records. The Military Personnel Flight will ship military records Monday to Air Force Personnel Center at Randolph Air Force Base,

  • Base housing residents to be relocated as privitazation efforts force moves

    In a town hall meeting Tuesday, base housing officials said Pine Oak and Crestview residents will be receiving notices in the next week notifying them to find other accommodations so that demolition of 137 units can begin. Anyone asked to vacate their home are required to receive a minimum of 30

  • Getting connected: Robins’ sponsorship training to go online

    The Airman and Family Readiness Center is aiming to save new sponsors time as they set out to make newcomers' arrivals at Robins less stressful. Sponsors are the first voice newcomers hear and are often the first face they see when arriving at their new base. Sponsors provide information about the

  • Robins celebrates Black Heritage Month with calendar of events

    As the country sets forth to recognize Black History Month, a celebration of the culture and contributions of African Americans throughout history, Robins is gearing up to take on the role of educator and motivator through its own black heritage observance. According to Anthony Dunn, Robins Black

  • NSPS conversion boasts major success rate

    More than 3,000 employees returned to work Monday Jan. 22 under the National Security Personnel System, giving the civilian personnel flight something to brag about. The Civilian Personnel Flight had a 99.78 success rate to be proud of. "It was a total DPC (civilian personnel flight) team effort,"

  • Barrier repair to cause gate closures

    The Russell Parkway gate and the Green Street gate will be under construction Wednesday through Feb. 20. The project will repair the pop-up barriers at both gates. Gate 1, or the Green Street gate, will close all inbound lanes Friday through Feb.11 from 6 p.m. until 5 a.m. and the outbound lanes

  • Center, Union ink agreements, join in partnership

    Maj. Gen. Tom Owen, commander of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, and Tom Scott, president of the American Federation of Government Employees Local 987, signed two memorandums of agreement and one partnership agreement Thursday. U.S. Rep. Jim Marshall also attended the signings. General Owen

  • Sizing down: More than 100 officers at Robins eligible for RIF Board in June

    Some Air Force officers may have to end their military careers as the Air Force continues to shape the force to meet future needs. About 120 officers at Robins with more than six to exactly 12 years of commissioned service are eligible to face a reduction in force board this summer. The group covers