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  • TMF cools moving concerns as PCS season heats up

    Moving is second nature for active-duty Airmen and their families. Tech. Sgt. Robert Diamond, NCO in charge of quality control in the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron's Traffic Management Flight, said Airmen and Department of Defense civilians should visit his office as soon as permanent change of

  • Leaders dedicate donated model of Global Hawk

    The corner of Watson Blvd. and Byron St. is transforming into a scenic tour for members of the Robins community as a second aircraft replica now calls the corner home. During a dedication ceremony May 7, members of the 560th Aircraft Sustainment Group and members of the Northrop Grumman Global Hawk

  • NCO Academy personnel prepare for school closure

    Airmen on staff at the Robins NCO Academy are preparing to part ways as the school nears its inactivation on May 20. Some staff members will make permanent change of station moves to bases Air Force wide to continue their career paths in various military disciplines, while others will transition

  • DOD aims to see more civilian deployments

    Department of Defense civilians may soon be seen more often serving alongside military Airmen in the deployed location. The change is intended to promote opportunities for civilians to contribute their talents to the mission. Civilians can gain more insight and understanding of DOD operations

  • Weather flight wins AF Outstanding Unit award

    Tactical weather equipment must be in good working order for weather experts to keep a close watch on the atmosphere to ensure the safety of flight and ground operations. It was the mission of 13 members the 51st Combat Communications Squadron's Weather Systems Flight to keep equipment in good

  • Program aims to increase contracts with locally owned small businesses

    Last week marked the 45th anniversary of National Small Business Week, and the Small Business Administration recognized the achievements and contributions of small entrepreneurs throughout the country. Likewise, the Air Force Small Business Program has embarked on a new strategy that also champions

  • Allies deployed and at home

    What does the rock band Def Leppard and an airborne intelligence officer in the 16th Airborne Command and Control Squadron have in common? They both call Yorkshire, England, home. Squadron Leader David "Barney" Barnes is a Joint STARS foreign exchange officer from the United Kingdom and has been

  • Robins gains new unit as 638th SCMG stands up

    A group under the Air Force Global Logistics Support Center recently became an official fixture at Robins Air Force Base. A ceremony marking the inactivation of the 752nd Combat Sustainment Group and AFGLSC's official standup of the 638th Supply Chain Management Group took place April 29 in the

  • Robins weather officer nets Air Force award

    For one 78th Operations Support Squadron Airman, a phone call and the shock factor of earning an Air Force level award made him think he was the victim of a practical joke. "I thought it was a prank," said Tech. Sgt. Brad Godwin, assistant NCO in charge of the weather operations flight. It was Tech.

  • Fitness trainers help folks meet exercise goals

    Finding the right exercise to burn fat and tone muscle and tallying the right amount of exercise to meet one's goals can be enough to make someone call it a day before ever getting through the gym door. Personal trainers in the Fitness Center in Bldg. 826 and Fitness Center Annex in Bldg. 301 East