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  • Robins supporting U-2S, other Haiti relief missions

    A U-2S surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft will be flying missions from Robins in support of Operation Unified Response, the ongoing relief effort in Haiti. Advance teams and equipment arrived Monday from Beale Air Force Base, Calif., and the aircraft arrived Wednesday. Officials expect the

  • Robins Airmen deploy to support Global Strike Command

    Four Airmen from Robins will spend five months at Barksdale Air Force Base, La., to help set up the communications architecture of a new major command. The Airmen from the 78th Communications Directorate will provide a variety of initial communications capabilities for Global Strike Command, which

  • Contracting brings home awards

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center is the winner of six Air Force Materiel Command awards for contracting. Three of those went to units and three to individuals. Of those, three will go on to compete at the Air Force level. The others won't compete at the Air Force level because those categories

  • 330th ASW names new vice director

    Marian Fraley, vice director of the 402nd Maintenance Wing, will be the new vice director of the 330th Aircraft Sustainment Wing. She is essentially swapping jobs with Gregory Stanley, who had been deputy director of the 330th ASW and will take Fraley's place in the 402nd MXW. Fraley will start her

  • Robins Tax Center set to open Monday

    The Robins Tax Center will open for the 2009 filing season on Monday and will close April 22. The center will be open Monday through Thursday from 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. in Bldg. 905 on the second floor of the library. To get there you must go through the library and take the stairs or the

  • Stanley named 402nd MXW deputy

    The 402nd Maintenance Wing has a new deputy director. Gregory Stanley, who was vice director of the 330th Aircraft Sustainment Wing, is taking the position. Although his official start date was Tuesday, Stanley said he won't actually be moving into his new office until Feb. 1. Stanley, a former

  • C-5 cockpit moves into software support facility

    A C-5 aircraft crashed at Dover AFB, Del. in April 2006, with all 17 aboard surviving. The aircraft broke in two with the nose of the aircraft containing the cockpit remaining in one piece. A decision was made to cut the cockpit out of the aircraft nose and ship it to Robins in one piece. Experts

  • Third 'P' makes the difference

    The four focus areas of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center's strategic plan are called P3I, and it is the third "P" that really measures the end results of all four. Those focus areas are people, process, performance and infrastructure. Dave Nakayama is director of the 559th Aircraft Maintenance

  • LCAT results tell story of Center progress, success

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center showed marked improvement in a revisit last week by the Air Force Materiel Command's Logistics Compliance Assessment Team. The Center and the 638th Supply Chain Management Group, an associate unit here, both once again rated "satisfactory" in the revisit from