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  • CFC fundraising begins Oct. 3

    Robins' employees are gearing up to give. The base will hold its official kickoff event for the campaign at 1 p.m. Oct. 2 at the Museum of Aviation's Robert L. Scott Theater. Robins' goal for the local campaign, which will run from Oct. 1 to Nov. 14, is $1,350,000. Brian Vassey, 2008 CFC Local

  • CDCs get accrediation inspections

    With the need for reaccreditation looming, staff members at the two Robins child development centers have been working overtime preparing for major inspections. The Air Force mandates that all child development programs will be accredited by an outside agency. They chose the National Association for

  • 367th Recruiting Group is closing the door

    The 367th Recruiting Group is closing the door on its 50-plus years of recruiting. On Tuesday, the group will deactivate as part of the reorganization of the Air Force Recruiting Service, the 367th RCG's parent command based at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio. In 1954, the recruiting group,

  • VERA/VSIP offered to maintenance wing workers

    The base is offering 208 civilian employees in the 402nd Maintenance Wing an early retirement option and a cash incentive to retire or resign. "The initiative is based on meeting budgetary thresholds and the need to reduce or restructure production overhead jobs to become better postured for future

  • Going green

    Finding ways to cut energy consumption isn't just a concern for adults. It's something that has recently become part of the science curriculum for some Robins Elementary School students. "Going Green" is a cooperative effort among the Robins Energy Office, Robins Elementary School, and Georgia Power

  • Bears, gators moving closer to base

    With the Ocmulgee River Swamp located directly east of Robins, it's no wonder the swamp's alligators and black bears migrate toward the base. Despite people's tendency to fear the wild animals, Bob Sargent, Natural and Cultural Resources manager in the 78th Civil Engineer Group's Environmental

  • Robins engineers compete in AFRL's Commander's Challenge

    The Air Force Research Laboratory Commander's Challenge recently allowed two engineers from Robins to test their problem solving skills in the name of warfighter support. The Commander's Challenge, which took place at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio; and Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque,

  • AF initiative changes the way to share information

    Robins is breaking down communication walls. As part of an Air Force initiative implemented by Air Force Materiel Command, Robins will soon adopt a method for sharing information known as Enterprise Information Management. Melony Davis, Standards Element chief in the 878th Communications Squadron,

  • Local DLA commander wins award

    Col. Madeline Lopez, Defense Logistics Agency Warner Robins commander, received a 2008 Latina Distin-guished Service Award Sept. 5 during the fifth annual National Latina Awards luncheon in Washington. The event was co-hosted by Department of Defense, Office of Diversity Management and Latina Style