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  • Joint Advisory Council works with students to collect canned food

    A group of Georgia College & State graduate students is teaming with the Joint Advisory Council of the 542nd Combat Sustainment Wing and the 638 Supply Chain Management Group for a holiday food drive. Collection bins for canned food will be placed at the north end of the east and west wings of

  • Robins enlisted aide wins AFMC award

    Behind many great commanders there stands a great enlisted aide who works tirelessly to ensure he or she can focus on the big picture while not being overrun with the small details of daily life. For the commander of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, that person is Master Sgt. Jeffery Gombos,

  • Renovated base home gets first new tenants

    A Robins Airman and his family will soon have more living space. Staff Sgt. Gabriel Scarberry, a systems control manager with the 54th Combat Communications Squadron, his wife Sabrina and his three children are the first to occupy one of the newly renovated four-bedroom homes in Turner Park. "It's a

  • General Peyer shares vision at first commander’s call

    Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer, addressing members of Team Robins as a whole for the first time, said it was "an honor" to command the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center. The WR-ALC commander hosted eight commander's call sessions Nov. 5-6 and will hold three more sessions today. It was her first commander's

  • Robins Riders roll out for biannual veterans event

    When it comes to honoring America's war dead, Robins motorcycle riders aren't going to let a little thing like near-freezing temperatures stop them. A total 80 bikers, the second most in the history of the event, showed up Oct. 31 for the biannual Robins Riders ride to Andersonville National

  • Unbeaten 78th MDG wins flag football intramural title

    The undefeated 78th Medical Group overcame a scrappy upset bid by 78th Security Forces Squadron to win the intramural flag football championship Nov. 3. With neither side generating much offense, the score was tied 8-8 with six minutes left in the game when the 78th MDG took over at its own 15

  • VERA/VSIP goals realized

    When base officials first announced that it would use VERA/VSIP authority to help meet its goal of reducing or restructuring 208 civilian positions for overhead employees in the 402nd Maintenance Wing, they felt pretty confident that it would work out. It did. In late September, civilian overhead

  • Robins units win Pinnacle awards

    Two Robins units have reached the pinnacle of achievement when it comes to efficiency and safety. Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer, commander of Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, handed out the quarterly Pinnacle Award Nov. 3 to the 569th Machine Shop Maintenance Team and the 78th Medical Group's Access to

  • Save A Life Tour gives Airmen view of drunk driving

    Airman 1st Class Roger Jimdar doesn't drink because he's still about a year shy of legal age, but when the day rolls around that he can pop a cold one, he will remember what happened at the Museum of Aviation Nov. 6. Airman Jimdar was the first in a crowd of hundreds to volunteer to try out a $2.5