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  • OSHA, WR-ALC sign agreement

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center signed an important agreement this week with OSHA concerning citations issued earlier this year to buildings 169 and 670. The agreement also includes ongoing OSHA inspections as part of the Federal Agency Targeting inspection program. "The safety and health of

  • Upcoming inspections to test units' readiness

    The 116th Air Control Wing and the 689th Combat Communications Wing will soon both undergo a Operational Readiness Inspection. An ORI team will inspect the 116th Saturday through Wednesday, in the first of two phases of the inspection. The first phase looks at the unit's deployment operations, while

  • 5th CCG member earns Combat Action Medal

    A member of the 689th Combat Communications Wing's 5th Combat Communications Group has been awarded the Air Force Combat Action Medal. Staff Sgt. Alexander Yessayan was awarded the medal for protecting a five-vehicle convoy which was ambushed last November as it entered a small village in

  • Transportation initiatives aim to alleviate problems

    With nearly a thousand new hires expected in the coming months alone, traffic and parking problems at Robins will get worse before getting better, but base officials are doing all they can to smooth the situation. A dedicated gate for high-occupancy vehicles, a "Buses into Robins Daily" bus option

  • Watson gate to close Nov. 22

    The Watson Boulevard gate, or Gate 3, will close Nov. 22 for approximately two months. To help alleviate some of the traffic problems caused by the closure, the Martin Luther King Street gate, or Gate 5, will be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition, manpower normally assigned to the

  • MTA buses set for Macon-to-Robins commute

    On Nov. 29, the Macon Transit Authority will start running commuter buses to Robins on weekdays to help alleviate traffic and parking congestion here. The bus service has been dubbed "Buses into Robins Daily" or "BIRD," and the project has the potential to have a significant impact on reducing the