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  • Members of 19th MXS restore a Shooting Star

    For one Black Knight, the decay of a T-33 Shooting Star Trainer in front of the Warner Robins Recreation Department was more than he could bear. Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Hamilton felt The Shooting Star, which stands on Watson Boulevard as a symbol of the close ties between the Air Force and the city,

  • Members from Marine helicopter squadron visits Robins, its eventual home

    The sky above Robins took an unusual beating March 25 when a pair of rotary aircraft landed at the alert pad. Two helicopters, an AH-1 Super Cobra and an UH-1N Huey, made the short spin to Robins to give members of the media a glimpse into the mission of the Marine Light Attack Helicopter

  • What time is it? It’s ‘Happy Hour’!

    Everyday, the 22,000-plus members on Robins Air Force Base get a helping hand from a group called the Houston County Association for Exceptional Citizens, or Happy Hour Service Center, as it's commonly known. From picking up recyclables such as paper, cardboard, plastic and newspaper in every work

  • AF recruit drops 128 pounds to enlist

    Will Sims will enter basic training Monday as one of the Air Force's newest recruits. It is a significant milestone in a wild journey that began more than a year ago, when this young man set forth to overcome an obstacle that could keep others with less determination and resolve out of the military.

  • Robins workers moonlight as volunteer firefighters

    When Staff Sgt. Michael Steele and Senior Airman Tyrone Moreland aren't defending their country, they're defending people's property and lives. Sergeant Steele and Senior Airman Tyrone Moreland, who are both maintenance operations controllers in the 5th Combat Communications Support Squadron at

  • Panel discusses efforts to renew Robins work force

    When it comes to developing a workforce capable of supporting the warfighter for generations to come, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center is breaking the mold. In October members of the WR-ALC joined the Aero-space Industry Committee, Defense Acquisition Univer-sity and Macon State College to

  • Group Control Center gets new home with $400K in upgrades

    When it comes to preparing for the unexpected, members of the 402nd Electronic Maintenance Group's Group Control Center are ready and able to ensure their peers are safe and accounted for. And now they have a new, state-of-the-art facility to help make it happen. Members of the group agree the GCC's

  • AtHoc System enables base officials to push out emergency messages

    Getting information out quickly when an emergency strikes or weather threatens is important for workers at the Robins Command Post. The AtHoc System, which combines a network alerting capability with a reliable emergency notification management system, now helps keep people informed. The system came

  • Electronic warfare symposium draws big crowd

    More than 1,000 people in the electronic warfare profession from the government and private industry turned out for the 33rd Annual 542nd Combat Sustainment Group and Dixie Crows Electronic Warfare Symposium at the Museum of Aviation March 16-20. About 50 exhibitors set up more than 60 booths

  • 33rd annual Dixie Crow symposium begins Sunday at Museum of Aviation

    The 33rd Annual 542nd Combat Sustainment Group and Dixie Crow Electronic Warfare Symposium will be held at the Georgia Museum of Aviation March 16-20. The symposium is co-sponsored by the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center's 542nd CSG and the Dixie Crow Chapter of the Association of Old Crows, a