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  • FSS recognized with VPP star award

    First Support Services, the service provider in the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron's Vehicle Maintenance and Operations Section was recently recognized for its focus on keeping employees safe. Theresa Harrison, regional director for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, presented the

  • PME pioneer recognized for contributions

    This week, Robins Airmen Leadership School students were given a unique opportunity to look back at the 50 years of Professional Military Education at the base through the eyes of one of its pioneer. It all began as one retired Airman, his wife and son traveled from Ohio to the Southeast in search

  • Robins to honor deceased at Camellia Gardens ceremony

    People mark the death of a loved one in different ways. For 32 years, Robins, through a partnership with the Middle Georgia Camellia Gardens Society and the Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce, has paid tribute to the deceased members of Team Robins in an emotional, patriotic ceremony at its Camellia

  • Robins golfers win Shaw Invitational

    Tech. Sgt. Martin Bajala, Tech. Sgt. Christopher Danko, Master Sgt. Mark Schwab, and Airman 1st Class Kent Parsons defied the odds to capture first place at the Shaw Invitational. The Robins quartet's victory marked the first time ever a Robins team won that tournament. "We have competed in the

  • Robins youth bowler preps for international competition

    When it comes to bowling Brianna Woolery is one lucky 11-year-old. It all started two years ago when she won a drawing for a bowling ball and bag at the Gold Cup Bowling Center on Russell Parkway in Warner Robins. "I was excited to win something for once, so I wanted to try it out. I found out I

  • Center commander gets new assignment at AFMC

    Air Force officials announced that Maj. Gen. Tom Owen, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center commander, will leave Robins to be assigned to Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. General Owen will be the director of logistics and sustainment for the command.

  • Robins exceeds AFAF contribution goal

    Often, people at Robins go beyond the call of duty. That type of performance was mirrored in the base's contributions to the 2008 Air Force Assistance Fund campaign, which ran from March 24 to May 2. Robins exceeded its $86,108 goal, collecting $96,412.72 in total contributions in this year's

  • ‘Incredibles’ are unbeatable

    For a group of 7- to 10-year-olds, the sweetness of victory is a taste they have become accustomed to enjoying. The Incredibles, one of Robins Youth Soccer Association's Youth 10 soccer teams, have proven their name is well deserved after completing regular season play for two years undefeated.

  • Robins plans month of activities to honor Asian-Pacific American heritage

    Clothing and various ethnic foods are just a few of the marks Asian Pacific American heritage has left on American society. A committee of Robins military and civilians has planned a calendar of events that stretches throughout May aimed to educate the community about the culture's contributions to