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  • 100 percent safety card checks fall by roadside

    For members of Team Robins who prefer two wheels to four, the 100 percent safety card check that has been in effect since Feb 5 is coming to an end. All riders are still required to have their safety cards on them when operating a motorcycle on the base and are subject to random checks. "Bottom

  • Sergeant uses chess skills to level playing field

    One Robins active duty military member has shown his mettle in commanding forces in battle. This sergeant's ability to fortify battlefield positions while attacking opponent's defenses is a necessity for survival and success. Fortunately, strategic blunders don't cost lives, as his armies are

  • ‘Fun time with Rhonda’

    On any given night of the week, at either the Fitness Center or the Fitness Center Annex, you'll find Rhonda McKnight moving and shaking while barking instructions to a group of aerobicizers. And although the sweat and pain is apparent, those that are following the orders are doing so with a smile.