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  • 78th Force Support Squadron's holiday hours

    The following 78th Force Support Squadron facilities will have adjusted hours due to the Christmas and New Year's holidays:Open Arts & Crafts Center, open Dec. 29 - 31 and Jan. 2 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Base Library, open Dec. 15 - 18 from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., Dec 19. - 20 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Dec. 21 from 12 - 5 p.m.; Dec. 22 - 23 from 10 a.m. - 7
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  • Little League brings HQ to area, Robins played role in decision

    The Little League International Board of Directors recently selected Warner Robins as home of the Southeast Region headquarters. The choice was made in large part because of the local community's overwhelming support of little league baseball and softball, but the location of the base and its ability to provide volunteers was also a factor in the
  • Experts tour Robins, discuss AFSO21

    Efforts of Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century to find better ways to get things done brought some top military and civilian leaders to Robins this week in part to see where things are being done right. On Tuesday, a group of 19 general officers toured parts of the Air Logistics Center then spent an afternoon discussing Smart Operations
  • President grants federal holiday Dec. 26

    President Bush has issued an Executive Order granting Dec. 26 as a paid federal holiday. Federal employees at Robins will receive the holiday except those in mission essential positions. Guidance for civilian employees: Employees who are scheduled to take annual leave Dec. 26 will not be charged leave for that day. Those with use-or-lose annual
  • Energy savings success: reduction is name of game

    Our overall energy goal is achieving energy independence and security for Robins. This is a big challenge but by working together, keeping focused and applying our talents and corporate knowledge we can do it. America deserves nothing less from us. Achieving energy independence and security rests on a simple concept - reducing energy in everything
  • 653rd CLSS ‘damage docs’ make house call to Africa

    The days of the 653rd Combat Logistics Squadron are numbered, but it is still getting unique and challenging assignments around the globe to repair major damage to aircraft. In November a group of 10 from the squadron, which is scheduled to deactivate in August, traveled to Bamako, Mali in Africa to repair a MC-130P. The plane was parked at a
  • 402nd MXW, Northrop Grumman seal LAIRCM deal

    Robins will begin to take on the significant responsibility of maintaining an advanced weapons system that protects large cargo aircraft from attacks from shoulder-fired missiles. On Dec. 11 Brig. Gen. Mark Atkinson, commander of the 402nd Maintenance Wing, and Doug Lawton, supply chain management vice president of Northrop Grumman Corp., signed a
  • Robins receives first C-5M Super Galaxy

    The C-5 Super Galaxy is a big part of the workload at Robins, and a newly modernized C-5 that arrived here Dec. 9 is a good sign that it will remain a significant assignment for years to come. The plane is a former C-5A, but is now designated a C-5M, with the "M" standing for modernized. It's the first of three C-5s to be delivered to the Air Force
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