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  • Robins Gate 5 set to reopen Monday

    After a one-month closure for a construction project, Gate 5 is set to reopen for base traffic Monday. The gate, also known as the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard gate to base motorists, received a canopy shelter and a new traffic flow that takes in-coming motorists southward on the base, much like

  • 19th ARG Aircrew Life Support Team wins AF award

    Keeping aircraft in the safety zone and ensuring Airmen are secure on and off board is keeping the 19th Air Refueling Group's Aircrew Life Support Team pretty busy. The 10-person team is staying on top of its mission though, as its 2006 Outstanding Life Support Small Team of the Year Air Force award

  • 19th ARG wins annual community service award

    The 19th Air Refueling Group was named as the 2007 Community Service Award recipient June 21 by the Warner Robins Military Affairs Committee of the Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce. "The 19th came out on top. It was very, very close and as you can imagine all the units do some great things for the

  • 78th ABW Dining-In promotes proud, passionate and professional Airmen

    More than 240 military and civilian Airmen gathered in the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight Hangar June 22 for the 78th Air Base Wing's Dining-In. The event, which boasted a "Proud, Passionate and Professional Airmen" theme, was an occasion for Airmen to meet socially at a formal military

  • Robins reserve unit recalls life of wingman, friend

    The 622nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron is celebrating the life of one of their own, Lt. Col. Glade Felix, who died of apparent natural causes while deployed to Southwest Asia June 11. Members of the 622nd ASTS, a reserve unit located at Robins, where he served for the last 15 years were shocked to

  • Survey gives Team Robins opportunity to provide feedback

    Whether you are interested in seeing changes made or you are interested in keeping existing programs at Robins, now is the opportunity to let your opinion be heard. The Wingman Wellness Survey went live June 18 and will conclude June 29. The survey is an opportunity for members of Team Robins to

  • Richard Ray Boulevard changing lanes to make room for parking

    Richard Ray Boulevard is narrowing down to two lanes to make room for an additional 160 parking spaces on the north side of the thoroughfare. The four-lane road, which runs along the north side of Bldgs. 300 and 301 and formerly accommodated traffic from the original main gate, will undergo its

  • Wish Book brings maintainers improved communication, better work environment

    Have you ever sat at work and wished for better lighting or even a latch for the restroom door? For those who've pondered what it would be like to have those wishes granted, the D Flight in the 560th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron has the answer. The C-130 maintainers have seen numerous wishes