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  • Week-long briefings teach people to build better savings for future

    Money is tight for some people these days, and the Airman and Family Readiness Center is teaching those folks how they can save financially for the future. Military Saves is a financial readiness initiative endorsed by the Office of the Secretary of Defense and implemented by the Air Force to

  • Wynn Dining facility makes changes to meet budget needs

    Cutbacks in meal time availability and a new policy that requires Airmen to be in uniform to get takeout orders are among some of the changes made to help the Wynn Dining Facility save money. The facility's changes came about the first part of 2008 to accommodate food service budget cuts at Robins.

  • Recruiting group makes mark while preparing for nearing deactivation

    The 367th Recruiting Group, an Air Education and Training Command unit at Robins, will roll up its flag and deactivate in October. But the group isn't slowing down anytime soon; it's too busy bringing in quality recruits, as well as garnering recognition and winning awards. The group, which brought

  • Robins breaks ground on $21 million software facility project

    A few shovels tossing dirt signaled the all clear for construction crews to begin demolishing the only building standing between Robins and a new software support facility Feb. 19. The small building, known to many as "The Pizza Hut" because of its shape, came crashing down just moments after base

  • Boxer from 116th CSO competes in Armed Forces Championships

    Troops around the Air Force are outfitted with different equipment that is essential to their occupations. Pilots wear flight suits, civil engineering troops don steel-toed boots and Staff Sgt. Thomas Jacobs laces up his boxing gloves. The 116th Computer Systems Operations technician has been

  • Original Tuskegee Airman visits Robins,

    The Robins Air Force Base community experienced living history as one of the original Tuskegee Airmen made a special visit Feb. 8. "He's a part of history and an icon for African-Americans in the military," said Mark Robinson of the 78th Civil Engineer Squadron. "Tuskegee Airmen served such a great

  • AF official visits Robins, talks alternative energy

    The Air Force is on the forefront in the country's efforts to reduce reliance on foreign oil, a top ranking official said in a visit to Robins Feb. 8. During a two-day visit to Robins, William Anderson, Air Force assistant secretary for installations, environment and logistics, briefed media and

  • Countdown to the HQ AFMC Logistics Evaluation and Standardization Team Visit

    I have great confidence in our preparedness for the return of the HQ AFMC LSET! Dr. Steven Butler, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center executive director, and I remain engaged with your wing and group commanders; they emphasize the incredible progress everyone has made since September 2007. The team

  • 78th Comptroller Squadron earns multiple awards at AFMC

    The 78th Comptroller Squadron worked hard in 2007 to raise the bar and their recent awards are proof. The squadron garnered five awards at the Air Force Material Command level for the year. Lt. Col. Kalwant Smagh, 78th CPTS commander, praised his people for the improvements made to their financial