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  • Six base units meet CFC early bird goals

    More than 50 percent of Team Robins' organizations rolled up their sleeves and met their Combined Federal Campaign goal early this year winning the coveted title of Early Bird. The Early Bird designation is given to those organizations that made 100 percent of their goal by Oct. 24. Each unit that

  • Robins exercise tests base, community response capabilities

    On Oct. 22, a call went out over Houston County 911 that a military plane had crashed at the Perry-Houston County Airport, but the message was clarified with the words "exercise, exercise." A school bus simulated the fuselage of a crashed E-3 Airborne Warning And Control System aircraft, and smoke,

  • General Peyer to host first commander's calls

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center Commander, Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer, will host a Commander's Call to the workforce Wednesday, Thursday and Nov. 7 in a series of 11 sessions at the Warner Robins Civic Center and Building 59D on the flightline. Commander's Call is mandatory for all Center

  • Robins civilians deploy in support of war

    Thousands of civilians toil away for years at Robins and never get to see first hand how their efforts contribute to fighting wars, but that's no longer the case for Harry Smith and John Lester. Mr. Lester, an equipment specialist with 25 years at Robins, and Mr. Smith, and engineer with seven years

  • Misuse of government funds could lead to jail time

    Tucked away in the corner of a large office space at Robins are four small cubicles occupied by friendly, easy going people who should be feared by anyone misusing a government purchasing card. Their job is to issue and provide oversight of the 636 cards currently in use at Robins. Every purchase

  • 542nd CSW unit first at Robins to receive VPP gold site status

    When it comes to safety, the 542nd Combat Sustainment Wing Operations Management Branch has struck gold. The 53-person office is the first at Robins to win the coveted Gold Site Safety Status. It's a step toward the goal of having the entire wing get the designation, which is an initiative of the

  • Bed-down package clears path for 787th IAG

    Robins is on a path toward the standup of the 787th Installation Acquisition Group that will create at least 300 new job positions here and serve as a regional contracting office for 11 Air Force bases in the Southeast. Lt. Col. Todd Pospisil, the provisional director of the 787th IAG, announced in

  • Robins to celebrate Native American Heritage Month

    America's fabric is a multicultural one, one that continues to unfold through the contributions of many different ethnic groups. To honor the contributions of some of her original weavers, Robins will celebrate Native American Heritage Month with a calendar of events meant to honor the culture while

  • Robins candy drive and Halloween happenings

    Halloween can be a fun time of dressing up in entertaining costumes and enjoying treats of all kinds. If people aren't careful though, the fun can be ruined by injury or even death in some cases. Using a little common sense mixed with risk management thinking can help people avoid the dangers that

  • VERA/VSIP restructuring no cause for alarm

    Although Robins officials saw a good response to the Voluntary Early Retirement Authority and Voluntary Separation Incentive Program effort for the 402nd Maintenance Wing, they do not expect to meet the goal of reducing or restructuring 208 civilian positions. However, Center-wide vacancies will be