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  • Local basketball team to enter national spotlight

    A group of young basketball players from Middle Georgia are building a reputation as being one of the toughest in the state. The Perry Knights, a 12-and-under Division II Youth Basketball of America team, recently won the state championship and will soon have a chance to showcase their talents on

  • Aircrew training specialist garners AF-level award

    Dave Dawson equips Airmen in the 19th Air Refueling Group with the skills needed to survive in the deployed location. As an aircrew training specialist in the 19th Operations Support Squadron, he teaches a myriad of skills to the 19th ARG's 110 plus aircrew members. Mr. Dawson recently earned the

  • Robins bids fond farewell to congenial command chief

    Although Chief Master Sgt. Carol Dockery's middle initials are 'A.M.', the Robins command chief said she's definitely not a morning person. However, her love for Robins and the Airmen who serve here are all the motivation she needs to get out of bed each morning and be an advocate and friend for the

  • Commander calls for Team Robins to save energy

    A series of commander's calls June 18 served as a safety talk, energy conservation lesson and an introduction ceremony as Col. Warren Berry, 78th Air Base Wing commander addressed his workforce "My number one priority is energy conservation and I need your help," Colonel Berry said. "Everyone needs

  • Teen camp packs lessons in aviation, leadership in one week

    Tyler Heck has always wanted to be a pilot. The 16-year-old Houston County High School junior, son of Maria and Lt. Col Amand Heck, recently joined 35 other teens Air Force-wide at the Air Force Services Teen Aviation Camp at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., to get insight into a

  • Honorary commanders get behind the scenes look at Robins’ missions

    For many members of the community, there are areas at Robins that seem untouchable. These areas are similar to a secured fortress, where only those who work inside ever cross the threshold, but on June 16, 11 honorary commanders were given the chance to cross that threshold. They were taken behind

  • Robins contracting director bids farewell after six years

    The career of a member of Robins' senior leadership will come full circle as she returns to where it all began--Dayton, Ohio. Patsy Reeves, the Robins director of contracting, has been selected for reassignment as the director of contracting for the Aeronautical Systems Center at Wright-Patterson