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  • Corporate president shares vision of effective leadership, safety

    Successful and effective leaders will care for the well-being of their workers, both on and off the job. This was just one of the many messages shared by Tony Charaf, president of Delta Technical Operations, to an audience of approximately 300 people. Mr. Charaf's lecture, given at the Century of

  • Units' improvement come to life via story boards

    Team Robins members will be at the Department of Defense's upcoming Continuous Process Improvement Symposium to tell the story of process improvements here. Out of four "story boards" from the Air Force Materiel Command selected for the symposium, to be held June 1-3, Robins had two of them, said

  • Cultural fair showcases Asian-Pacific American Heritage

    Organizers of the Asian- Pacific American Heritage Cultural Fair at Robins on Friday were expecting to feed about 75 people, but instead they had twice that many show up. Some had to be turned away from lines for lunch boxes after the food ran out, said Senior Master Sgt. Theresa Chan, who led the

  • Robins prepares for hurricane season

    Although not on the coastline, Robins is not immune from tropical weather and the staff in the Robins weather flight are once more preparing for hurricane season. "Preparedness and situational awareness are crucial during the tropical season," said Roddy Nixon, senior meteorologist with the 78th

  • Three-hour bird walk attracts bird watchers

    People came from around the state for a bird-watching expedition at Robins on Saturday, but once they got here they didn't have to go far to see the diversity of avian wildlife. Bob Sargent, natural resources manager at Robins, brought a group of 16 people to the lodge at Luna Lake to start the bird

  • Robins worker leads AF team to victory

    The All-Air Force men's basketball team, which has close ties to Robins, won the Armed Forces Basketball Tournament for the fourth consecutive year. The team held its training camp at Robins, and its entire coaching staff is from Robins, and a key player is stationed here. The team went 6-0 to win

  • General Peyer: When suicide hits home . . .

    With a phone call on the night of Jan. 29, the You Matter suicide campaign at Robins suddenly became more personal to Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer. The commander of Warner Robins Air Logistics Center suspected something was wrong when the phone rang at 9 p.m. because most people who would be calling her

  • Robins exceeds goal, raises more than $90,000 for AFAF

    Despite tough economic times, Robins military members and others dug deep to support the Air Force Assistance Fund. The campaign, which ran from March 23 to May 1, raised $91,259, far surpassing its goal of $76,391. "I think it's fantastic with the situation we are in right now with the economy,"

  • Robins athletes invited to Air Force volleyball camp

    Two Team Robins members will be trying next week to make the Air Force women's volleyball team. Staff Sgt. Briana Cervantes of the 116th Logistics Readiness Squadron and Senior Airman Misty Mahlerwein of the 78th Air Base Wing headquarters are heading to Hill Air Force Base in Utah for the training