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  • Safe Site status grows as VPP challenges met

    The list of workplaces at Robins earning Safe Site status keeps getting bigger. In the Commander's Safe Site Challenge, 12 workplaces on base have won gold, 82 have met silver level requirements and 58 have achieved bronze recognition, said Melanie Clearman, program manager for the Voluntary

  • Robins health officials offer prevention advice, tips against new flu strain

    Although there have been no confirmed H1N1 flu cases at Robins, health officials here are urging caution to prevent the kind of outbreaks that have hit Mexico and parts of the U.S. Col. Steve Lamb, the Public Health Emergency Officer for Robins, said the H1N1 virus is a concern because it is a

  • Robins celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

    Robins is celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with a list of events and activities that will include something for everyone. The planning committee, which has more than 50 members, has been event planning since February to ensure the month is a success and everyone has the chance to

  • Robins promotion ceremony unites two generations of Airmen

    Retired Air Force Maj. William C. Robinson is a highly decorated World War II pilot, but when he spoke to members of the 5th Mob last week at Robins, he primarily wanted to talk about the efforts of another pilot - his wife. Sitting on the front row as Mr. Robinson spoke to over two hundred Airmen

  • All-Air Force puts on shooting exhibition over All-Army

    It was supposed to be an exhibition game when the All-Air Force and All-Army basketball teams faced off at Robins on Monday, but judging by the intensity level, the large crowd that showed up might have thought they were watching the Armed Forces Championship. Although Army was within reach for much