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  • Leaders to bolster process improvement with Lean

    Improving processes is a serious matter for Col. Robert Stambaugh. So serious in fact, he is converting part of his office into a process initiative mission control room. Stambaugh has been asked by Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center commander, to lead the Center's charge in

  • Team Robins members receive awards

    For more than a dozen members of Team Robins, 2009 has proven to be an award-winning year as Air Force Materiel Command announced its A1 (personnel) Functional Award winners, and the 78th Security Forces Squadron announced its nominees to compete at Air Force level. In the lineup for the awards are

  • Groundbreaking kicks off long-awaited hangar project

    Although some backhoes had already beaten them to it, Robins leaders held a groundbreaking ceremony last week for a hangar that is the last project in a 5-year, $150 million construction plan. With crews already at work in the background removing dirt from the site, a group of officials tossed some

  • Med Group's intramural football team remains unbeaten

    Picking up where it left off last year, the 78th Medical Group's intramural football team is kicking butt and taking names. Following on the heels of an undefeated 14-0 season and an intramural championship last season, the team finished the regular seasonĀ 8-0 and is the top seed in the postseason

  • Robins helps with vital flightline air conditioner fix

    A Robins team is working to resolve a top equipment issue for warfighters in Iraq and Afghanistan. About a dozen people in the 642nd Combat Sustainment Group are involved with developing specifications for a redesign of flightline air conditioners that are critical to the operation of aircraft in

  • Longtime test pilot makes final flight

    On a chilly, overcast day last week, Lt. Col. Kevin "Iceman" Coleman climbed into the cockpit of an F-15 Eagle for a test flight, just as he had done routinely for the past 15 years at Robins. But this flight was not routine. Coleman, who currently holds more flying hours in the F-15 than any other

  • EDIUSAIAFAD: Local motto starts gaining notice nationally

    In 1968, at the height of the Vietnam War, Warner Robins physician Dr. Dan Callahan wanted a way to honor Robins Airmen during a time when troops were being spat on as they returned home. Between seeing patients, he would scribble down different phrases until he finally came up with "Every Day in

  • Air Force continues to move to E-mail for Life system

    The Air Force is continuing to provide constant e-mail addresses to all Air Force employees, one that users will have during their entire careers with the Air Force. The consolidated e-mail system is part of the E-mail for Life initiative, which the Air Force Communications Agency kicked off in

  • Getting the boot: Parking violations may result in immobilization

    If you work on Robins or have visited one of its many customer service facilities, you may have run in to some difficulty finding a place to park. Although frustrating, violating one of the base's parking rules is not a good solution. In response to the increasing number of violations, the 78th

  • Class for spouses adds tour of base, community

    The Airman & Family Readiness Center's popular Heart Link class introduces newlywed spouses of Airmen to the ways of the Air Force, but now the class is getting a significant new twist. Previously the class had been comprised of a few hours of classroom learning - among other things - about the