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  • Weather flight runs circles around twister

    The 78th Operations Support Squadron's weather flight team had a chance to prove this past week why they were recently selected as AFMC's Outstanding Weather Unit of the Year. The team of meteorologists was able to witness Mother Nature's fury first-hand when a tornado touched down a mile east of

  • Sergeant brings rhythm to Robins

    Every Tuesday night at Robins, Tech. Sgt. Sa'Rita Williams teaches a dance class that takes students from one side of the world to the other. In the first segment of the class she teaches what is advertised as a salsa class, but she said it is more accurately described as a Latin dance class. That's

  • Robins athlete eyes U.S. Olympic bobsled team

    Although the weather is improving and winter is fading into spring, the cold elements will remain a part of everyday life for Tech. Sgt. Hoy Thurman, who is training for the 2010 Olympics. Sergeant Thurman, a surveillance radar technician in the 116th Air Control Wing, was recently reaccepted into

  • Toastmasters helps improve public speaking

    As a weapons officer in the JSTARS, it might seem that there's not much that could intimidate Capt. Terri Prosperie, but when it comes to speaking in front of people, she's a bag of nerves. "Shaking, having a hard time breathing, fighting the feeling of passing out," is how she described her bodily

  • Robins to celebrate Women's History Month

    Robins will celebrate the accomplishments of women throughout history during its annual Women's History Month Celebration in March. The 2009 celebration, themed "Women taking the lead to save our planet," will officially kick off March 6 with a self-defense class at the Fitness Center Annex . It

  • Construction projects to change landscape

    The construction business is hurting outside the gates of Robins, but on the inside it's booming like a fireworks show. All around the base buildings are either under construction or soon to be under construction. Others are in the planning stages but awaiting final approval for funding. Those in

  • Robins athlete grapples for spot on AF wrestling team

    For many, taking part in a month-long training camp - where grueling workouts last 10 to 12 hours a day, seven days a week - sounds excruciatingly painful, but for one Robins Airman, it's a dream come true. Airman 1st Class Alex Sielaff, a network manager for the 51st Combat Communications Squadron,