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  • Robins Airman ready to volunteer for homeland disaster aid

    For Senior Master Sgt. Rudy Lamothe, last week's devastating earthquake in Haiti was more than a tragedy unfolding on television.Lamothe, a native of Haiti, still has many friends and family members there. He and family members, spread across the U.S., spent frantic hours after the quake exchanging

  • Robins officer aids Afghanistan during election

    A 116th Air Control Wing air battle manager used his capabilities to make a positive impact in Afghanistan during Operation Eagle Express. Capt. Jay Vizcarra helped preempt attacks during the Afghan elections by hand-delivering geospatial information to regional commands in Afghanistan and ISAF

  • Robins worker on mission to save children

    Phil Wyatt wants everyone to know what he does with his spare time away from his job at Robins. He wants his friends to know. He wants his coworkers to know. Most of all, he wants those who would prey on children to know. Wyatt is president of the Georgia Child Identification Program, or GACHIP,

  • F-15 rewire flight to save money, manhours

    A new flight at Robins is playing a key role in keeping the aging F-15 Eagle flying for many years to come. The flight will perform a complete rewire on 122 F-15s over the next five years. Those are all C and D models, and when that is done, they will spend at least another five years rewiring E

  • Road closures to affect base traffic

    Portions of Watson Blvd and Peacekeeper Way (east of Byron Street) will be closed to through traffic for an extended period starting Monday. The closure will allow the removal and replacement of deteriorated concrete pavement with asphalt pavement, according to a release from the 778th Civil

  • Initiatives remain a priority for Robins senior leadership

    A year ago a group of top leaders at Robins met at a retreat and came up with four focus areas with five specific initiatives aimed at improvements in every aspect of operations in the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center. Much has been done to achieve those goals and much more is left to do. "It is a

  • 78th SFS claims intramural football title

    After coming up short in the title game last year, the 78th Security Forces Squadron intramural flag football team did not want that to happen again. Back in July, the 78th SFS and the 116th Air Control Wing were the first teams to start practicing. Their hard work paid off, as both made it to the

  • AMC leader discusses challenges with Robins, AFA members

    Members of the local Air Force Association chapter heard from a key leader coping with some of the biggest challenges being faced by Air Mobility Command. Maj. Gen. Susan Desjardins, Strategic Planning, Requirements and Programs director at Headquarters Air Mobility Command, spoke at the luncheon

  • HVM journey continues with help from lessons learned

    In Robins' first test of High Velocity Maintenance - which marks a radical change in the way work is done here - some things went well and some things didn't go so well. Now, with the second test under way, the HVM team is applying those lessons learned and has already seen big improvements. HVM

  • Robins meets mandate with Georgia Power partnership

    A new contract with Georgia Power will allow Robins to meet its mandated goal of having five percent of its power come from renewable energy sources. The base recently signed a two-year contract with Georgia Power to buy 40 percent of the company's alternative energy production. Most of that is