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  • Members of the 339th FTS ensure aircraft are fit to fly

    For members of the 339th Flight Test Squadron, their below the radar existence means a job well done. The mission of the group is to certify aircraft as worthy to return to the fight. The squadron is responsible for conducting flight tests on the C-130 Hercules, the C-5 Galaxy and F-15 Eagle after

  • ADAPT kicks off 'That Guy' campaign

    Alcohol abuse is no laughing matter, but the "That Guy" campaign uses humor and other playful tactics to drive home the seriousness of the issue. The Department of Defense-funded program which the Air Force began as a pilot program at Pope Air Force Base, N.C., made its debut at Robins Thursday,

  • Community Assessment Survey to measure needs of Airmen, families

    The Air Force has proven it's a service branch that takes care of its own. The 2008 Community Assessment Survey, a computer-based survey that measures the needs of active-duty Airmen, reservists, Department of Defense civilians, and military spouses, will go online Tuesday in an effort to get

  • Base earns 'excellent' rating from HQ AFMC ORI team

    Unit chants, blasting horns, and the cheers of Team Robins rocked the Base Theater April 21. The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center's "excellent" ratings in the 2008 Operational Readiness Inspection were the reason for all the celebration. Maj. Gen. Tom Owen, Center commander, said the Center put

  • C-5 suits up for battlefield

    Four Robins Airmen have been working diligently to turn the flight deck of a C-5 Galaxy into an armored safe haven for the aircraft's aircrew. The team of Airmen from the 653rd Combat Logistics Support Squadron have spent the last few weeks equipping 13 C-5 B series aircraft at Westover Air Reserve

  • Equal opportunity staffs merge to form one office

    The Military Equal Opportunity and the Equal Employment Opportunity offices have joined together to create the Equal Opportunity Office combining their services to more efficiently serve the needs of the Robins community. By combining the three military positions and the eight civilian positions and

  • Georgia educators visit Robins, shown ways to inspire youth

    When it comes to having a workforce ready to support the warfighter, Robins' leadership is working to ensure our workforce is ready for any challenge now and in the future. Teachers and other educators from around the state and numerous institutions visited Robins April 10 as part of "A Day at

  • Robins set ablaze with ORI exercises

    The Operational Readiness Inspection is in full gear, and Robins Airmen from Air Force Materiel Command units have been busy displaying readiness capabilities to the Inspector General team. Members of the Exercise Evaluation Team got in the act with an emergency management exercise April 15. The

  • 330th ASW unit first to earn Silver Star status

    A safe working environment is the responsibility of everyone, which is why members of the Continued Process Improvement and Transformation team took the initiative to become a safe site. "It lets people know you care about your job and the people you work with," said Dick Burch, Voluntary Protection

  • Carpoolers earn cash, Clean Air Campaign in full drive

    For one member of the Robins community, carpooling has paid a dividend of $100 and left her planning a trip to her favorite restaurant with her driving companion. Stacie Fitzgerald earned the Clean Air Campaign quarterly spotlight award for carpooling 128 times from Oct. 1 through Dec. 31. Ms.