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  • Robins unit answers urgent call for AC-130 Gunship repair

    One Robins unit recently fabricated a prototype infrared suppression system for the AC-130 gunship. The 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group had an urgent requirement for the IRSS. Working from a design by S&K Technologies, which also provided on-site technical support, 12 highly-skilled production

  • Concrete barriers used to test C-17 fuel leak fix

    Who knew that concrete barriers could be used in C-17 repair? Or that the 78th Civil Engineer Group and the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron could pull double duty in the field of aircraft maintenance? That's exactly what happened recently when maintainers here needed to test the fix of a pesky

  • 78th Communications Directorate first in AFMC to consolidate, stand up

    Robins recently became the first Air Logistics Center in AFMC to stand up a communications directorate. As a part of an effort to consolidate the communications squadrons and the information technology directorates, the three AFMC ALCs are required to combine the two. In a ceremony held here July

  • Small Business Office to open doors

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center Office of Small Business Programs is now open for business in a new building. The office will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday at its new digs, the renovated and expanded former visitor's center. Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer will officiate at the ceremony. Fred

  • Management examines partnering agreements at LRMOA meeting

    In an effort to review and coordinate long range partnering agreements, members from Team Robins and representatives from various partners met here Wednesday for a day of briefings. The meeting was the biannual Long Range Memorandum of Agreement, or LRMOA, partnering review. Those who meet discuss

  • AFMC team begins major evaluation, assessment

    The chief of staff of Warner Robins Air Logistics Center has a simple way of explaining a significant event happening at Robins over the next two weeks. "It's game on," Carl Unholz said.The challenge to which he is referring is an inspection by the Logistics Compliance Assessment Team, or LCAT, from

  • 542nd CSW commander bids farewell

    When Col. Joseph Veneziano is asked to reflect on his year of service at Robins, a single word is pervasive in his answer. The word is love. "I loved it," he said in an interview this week. "It's been the best job I've had in the Air Force. I've loved working at Robins Air Force Base. I've loved

  • Natural Resources manager goes on an alligator hunt

    It's 8 a.m. on an overcast day last week, and Dr. Bob Sargent is preparing to try to catch the biggest thing swimming in Duck Lake. The creature is an elusive alligator that Mr. Sargent estimates to be at least five feet long. The gator hasn't been a problem, but he wants to catch it before it

  • Pest busting keeps Entomology Shop buzzing

    Danny Jones doesn't have any trouble with employee turnover in the shop he supervises. And if he did have some people leave, it probably wouldn't take long to fill the positions. "I have a lot of people ask me if we have any openings," said Mr. Jones, who supervises the Entomology Shop. "They want