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  • Eagle Eyes program provides tool to detect, report criminal activity

    Being aware of one's surroundings is something law enforcement officers have advised people to do for years. In the last six years, it has become of even greater importance. Eagle Eyes, an Air Force-wide program that came aboard shortly after 9/11, relies on the eyes and ears of people to detect

  • AF leader to break new ground

    Col. Madeline Lopez is breaking new ground -- she's set to become the first commander of Defense Logistics Agency Warner Robins. Lopez has served as the director of the C-17 Aircraft/System Support Management office at Warner Robins Air Logistics Center since September 2004 and will become DLA

  • Key Spouse program changes name in an effort to better reflect mission

    The Robins Key Spouse program is taking on a new look to help maximize its ability to aid the Robins community. The program, which is being renamed the Trained Spouses in Action, allows peer-to-peer interaction and trains spouses to assist military families. "The name change is beneficial because it

  • Out of Africa: Robins Airmen travel across the world to make a difference

    Toes poking out of worn-down shoes, parentless children with barely enough food to line the bottom of their grumbling stomachs, a lack of indoor plumbing, inadequate healthcare and little clothing to hide from the cold night wind are all part of life in the village of Leratong, located in Qwa Qwa,