The 78th Security Forces Squadron firing range is now open after undergoing a $4.7 million facelift. The range received major upgrades, modernizing the facility and making it more environmentally friendly. In addition, the 25-meter range increased from 13 to 24 firing points to accommodate more
Five members of the 78th Security Forces Squadron were recognized Monday with wartime medals. Master Sgt. Carlos DoRego, Master Sgt. William Craig and Tech. Sgt. Edward Cannell each earned the Bronze Star Medal, while Tech. Sgt. Derrick Lee and Staff Sgt. Charlyn Grayson received the Air Force
A thunderous applause shattered the typically reverent silence at the National Museum of the United States Air Force April 9, as Air Force Materiel Command officials announced their top enlisted Airmen of 2008. Among the winners was Master Sgt. Christina Kibler of the 78th Force Support Squadron,
Go through a side door and up a flight of stairs in Bldg. 368 and you will find an office occupied by two Airmen who answer to no one at Robins. Not even Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer, the commander of Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, can tell Capt. Jennifer Powell and Tech Sgt. Vickie Harris what to do.
Air Force Reserve Command chaplains from around the world will be at Robins soon for the bi-annual Command Chaplain's Conference. The conference will be held Monday through Friday at the Museum of Aviation. Approximately 300 chaplains and assistant chaplains are expected to attend the conference,
The 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group here has taken silver in the Shingo Prize, which has been dubbed the "Nobel Prize of Manufacturing." The 402nd EMXG employs 1,407 people who test and repair avionics on a wide array of military aircraft. The Shingo Prize is administered by the Utah State
Robins will have strong ties with the Air Force men's basketball team in the upcoming Armed Forces tournament, starting with the fact that tryouts and practice will be held here. Airmen from around the globe will come to Robins beginning April 17 to try to make the team. The coach, assistant coach
Three members of the 560th Aircraft Sustainment Group have been named outstanding engineers in the Air Force Materiel Command. The awards were among the 2009 Science, Engineering and Technical Management Awards announced on April 3. 1st Lt. Nicholas J. Battle won the Junior Military Engineer Award