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  • Robins senior leadership unveils reading list

    To encourage professional and personal development, Robins leaders are inviting base personnel to spend more time reading. To assist potential bookworms, leaders have released a list of 31 recommended books. According the Maj. Gen. Polly A. Peyer, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center commander,

  • Leaders discuss federal mandates at energy conference

    Both civilian and military leaders met Jan. 27 to discuss federal energy mandates during a conference at the Warner Robins Museum of Aviation. The 78th Air Base Wing hosted the first Georgia State Military Installation Energy Conference, which included members from the Army, Navy, Marines, Air

  • 5th CCG takes time for professional development

    As part of a professional development opportunity, officers in the 5th Combat Communications Group recently went on a three-day trip, joining units at Moody Air Force Base, Ga., and Tyndall AFB, Fla., for instruction and training. "The trip reinforced that communications is critical to every major

  • AFPC spreads word at Robins

    Several hundred people from Robins attended one of two "Spread the Word" briefings at the base theater Jan 26. Col. Leslie Formolo, Air Force Personnel Center chief of airman assignments, Randolph AFB, Texas, told the audience that unlike the "Wizard of Oz" with some man behind a curtain making

  • J-STARS fields airborne networking with innovative support concept

    Airmen and Soldiers flying in the U.S. Air Force's E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System will have access to Beyond Line of Sight airborne SIPRNet and secure telephone capability, thanks to the Airmen assigned to the 116th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and the 116th Computer Systems

  • 402nd EMXG employees benefit from ITEP course

    Efforts to improve education levels in the 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group culminated Jan. 24 with the first graduating class of the Institute for Innovative Technologies in Educational Programs. In a ceremony held at the Museum of Aviation, 32 employees in the 402nd EMXG received associate's

  • Tops in Blue picks 2 from Robins for 2009 tour

    Members of the 78th Communications Group got an encore performance of Tops in Blue on Monday, and one Airman got a big surprise. A day after the group announced at its show here that Robins Airman 1st Class Jennifer Frost had been tapped as a performer for the coming year, Airman 1st Class Scott

  • Product recall impacts Commissary

    Shoppers at the Commissary will find signs in place of a few snack items that contain peanut butter. The signs indicate that the items are out of stock. That's because those items contain peanut butter from a Georgia plant traced to a salmonella outbreak in 43 states. Store Administrator Chris

  • Base prepares for Windows Vista migration

    By the end of 2009, all computers at Robins will be running on Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system. The migration from Windows XP to Vista is mandated by the federal government, in part to stay current - Microsoft has said it will stop supporting XP by the end of this year. Primarily,

  • Robins celebrates diversity with Black History Observance

    Robins is no stranger to showcasing its diversity and once again the base will celebrate differences by bringing its people together during the 2009 Black History Observance. Capt. Maryann Edwards, BHO project officer, said the overall purpose of the Robins Black History Month celebration is to