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  • AF officials encourage careful use of social networking sites

    Social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, Friendster and Twitter continue to attract new patrons from around the world. And as Airmen find themselves becoming more computer savvy with each passing moment, more of them are finding their own connections to this new digital water cooler. With the

  • Industry leader talks rebuilding lean culture during briefs to Robins leaders

    In an effort to further commit to making lean an integral part of Robins' culture, senior leadership invited to the base one of the foremost experts in leading transformations. George Koenigsaecker, president of Lean Investments, LLC, spent two days at Robins sharing insight gleamed from 30 years of

  • CHPS adds new face to nutrition mission

    In its continued effort to promote health and wellness among civilians on base, the Civilian Health Promotion Services recently added a new member to its team. Arielle "Dani" Lebovitz is a registered and licensed dietitian that joined the CHPS staff in June. Her education and experience add depth to

  • 562nd CBSS helps develop, sustain coalition partner relations

    While members working in electronic warfare in the 562nd Combat Sustainment Squadron are primarily focused on keeping our warfighters safe, they are also looking out of the safety and protection of foreign military coalition partners. The 562nd CBSS is in the business of foreign military sales.

  • Supply chain grads learn problem solving during immersion training

    Every day, hundreds of people in the 638th Supply Chain Management Group toil away in their cubicles to make sure that vital aircraft parts are available to warfighters around the world. But over the past four years they have had the opportunity to leave "Cubeville" behind for a few weeks and learn

  • Remembering Sept. 11: Team Robins members recall events of fateful day

    There are many dates in each of our lives that stand out, like a wedding day, the birth of a child or the death of a loved one. Those moments influence our lives, for better or worse, and give us memories that remain with us forever. One moment in history that has impacted nearly every American is

  • Test squadron ensures birds are safe, ready for return to roost

    When an aircraft comes to Robins it is typically here for months and many people are involved in the restoration, but it can't return to action until it gets the seal of approval from the 339th Flight Test Squadron. The squadron, made up of 48 people, runs test flights on the C-130 Hercules, the C-5

  • 78th ABW commander bans nightclub following death of Airman

    In the wake of the shooting death of an Airman outside of a Warner Robins night club last week, the establishment has been placed off limits to servicemembers. Col. Carl Buhler, commander of the 78th Air Base Wing, declared LaRouge night club off limits until further notice. Staff Sgt. Clarence Lee

  • AFMC leaders continue to focus on nuclear sustainment

    Sustaining the Air Force nuclear arsenal was emphasized by Gen. Donald Hoffman, commander of Air Force Materiel Command, as he led his center and wing commanders along with AFMC headquarters senior staff through two days of in-depth discussions during AFMC's semi-annual senior leaders conference