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  • Supporting the surge

    An expected increase in U.S. military 'operations tempo' is having ramifications for many in the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center workforce. The potential increase in demand for aircraft has caused the temporary stoppage of certain types of work on some aircraft here and will soon lead to a

  • Center CC shares Robins mission during travels

    Returning from two separate trips recently to Europe, Central Asia and Southwest Asia, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center Commander Maj. Gen. Polly A. Peyer would like to express gratitude and share her perspectives on these visits. Traveling first to Saudi Arabia and Jordan and later to Belgium,

  • 78th Med Group ensures readiness

    The 78th Medical Group and base senior leaders have recently pushed a bit harder to ensure as many Robins warfighters as possible are Medically Mobility Ready. While the group is conducting more mass immunization lines for Airmen, senior leaders are making sure Airmen who need them get their

  • Robins Compliance Inspection team inbound next week

    Leadership of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center has been notified of a minimum notice, Targeted Compliance Inspection scheduled for March 8-12."Although a targeted inspection, everyone is very vulnerable to being inspected, so maintain compliance vigilance as you do every day," said Robins

  • 5th CCG Airmen serve multiple roles in Operation Unified Response

    5th Combat Communications Group Airmen are on the ground in Haiti and making significant contributions to the relief effort. Eight members of the unit, part of the 689th Combat Communications Wing, landed in the earthquake-ravaged nation in late January. Two members are involved with transferring

  • Civil engineering experts map facility support process

    One of the Warner Robins Air Logistic Center's five strategic initiatives is focused on performance. Specifically, ensuring the Center delivers aircraft to its customers on time. To help move the Center closer to that goal, members of the 78th Civil Engineer Group and others recently conducted a

  • Magazine places Robins division in top 125 for 3rd year in a row

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center's Training and Professional Development Division has been selected by Training Magazine as one of its top 125 organizations for the third consecutive year. It is rated number 60. The Training Division also scored the highest of all organizations in the Human

  • Robins sergeant wins service‚Äôs Geico Award

    A Robins sergeant has been honored by the Air Force for promoting base traffic safety. Master Sgt. Vincent Dewberry, who is assigned to the 78th Security Forces Squadron, recently learned he is the service's nominee for a 2009 Government Employees Insurance Company, or Geico, award. Dewberry, who is

  • Robins captain to receive a 2010 Black Engineer of Year award

    A U-2/Global Hawk airframe engineer in the 560th Aircraft Sustainment Group is the winner of a 2010 'Black Engineer of the Year' award. Capt. Nicholas Battle won the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Global Competitiveness Conference award in the Modern-Day Technology Leader category.

  • Milestone: Robins delivers 200th C-17 Globemaster to warfighter

    On Tuesday Robins celebrated the completion of work on its 200th C-17 Globemaster III, but maintenance workers turned out to be too fast for the ceremony.Brig. Gen. Lee Levy, commander of the 402nd Maintenance Wing, jokingly apologized the C-17 behind the podium wasn't the milestone aircraft, as was