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  • Fitness center employees save life

    Dave Ellicks spent his Thanksgiving in a hospital room, but he still had a lot to be thankful for. On Nov. 24, the Monday before Thanksgiving, he was walking on the indoor track at the base fitness center when he suffered a heart attack. He would have died, his doctor told him, had it not been for

  • 2009 Robins Air Show

    Two of the nation's premier aerial demonstration teams will highlight the 2009 Robins Air Show, scheduled for May 2-3. The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will perform precision aerobatics in their F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft, traveling at more than 400 mph with their wingtips only inches apart. They

  • 5 units deemed outstanding by Air Force

    The Secretary of the Air Force recently awarded five units at Robins the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. The wings getting the honor are the 542nd Combat Sustainment Wing, the 78th Air Base Wing and the 330th Aircraft Sustainment Wing. Also winning the award were 402nd Electronics Maintenance

  • Matney becomes first Robins A&FRC civilian to deploy

    For four years Lisa Matney has worked at Robins to help troops and their families prepare for deployment, but her experience during the past two months has given her new perspective on her job. This time, Ms. Matney is the deployee. She is the first civilian from the Airman and Family Readiness

  • Renovation near completion

    The day is drawing near when one group of employees of the 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group will get to enjoy a newly renovated workspace. The $16.2 million renovation of the low-bay area of Bldg. 640, where some of the most high-tech work at Robins takes place, is about four months away from

  • CDCs earn accreditation

    Following nine months of preparation and an intensive inspection, the National Association for the Education of Young Children recently announced the Robins Child Development Centers, both East and West, have been accredited. The Air Force mandates that all child development programs will be