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  • Plans and Programs Directorate first staff agency to earn VPP gold

    The office which evaluates Warner Robins Air Logistics Center units for the Commander's Safe Site Challenge has now been evaluated itself and struck gold. The Plans and Programs Directorate, also known as XP, is made up of 75 people who have a variety of tasks, including management of the Voluntary

  • Infrastructure initiative grows beyond decreasing energy costs

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center initiative of improving infrastructure to help it deliver airpower is starting to gain serious momentum throughout the base. Initially, the initiative focused solely on decreasing energy consumption. The installation put up electric meters to allow facility

  • New 402nd facility to officially open

    A ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday will celebrate the opening of the new Aircraft Component Repair Facility in Bldg. 189. The 61,000-square foot building cost nearly $15 million and is already in use. It consolidates work which was done in Bldgs. 146, 603 and 605 by the 402nd Commodities Maintenance

  • F-15C leaves Robins for fatigue test

    An F-15C left Robins March 15 on the back of a flatbed truck headed for a Boeing facility in St. Louis, Mo. It will never fly again, but it has an important mission to fill. The aircraft will be used in a fatigue test aimed at determining the maintenance activities required to achieve the F-15C

  • MC-130W program ceremony to celebrate success, completion

    Robins will celebrate the completion of the final MC-130W Combat Spear in a ceremony Tuesday. The aircraft is one of 12 C-130H2s modified to perform missions such as battlefield support, resupply of special operations forces and helicopter air refueling. The $380 million program involved the 572nd

  • Team Robins members earn Air Force-level honors

    The winners of annual Air Force-level A1 awards were recently announced, and Team Robins proudly has its share of recipients. Team Robins had six winners at the Air Force level, nearly half of those who had been previously recognized by Air Force Materiel Command and Air Force Command. The Team

  • Airmen aid medical support mission in Chile

    Two Robins servicemembers deployed to Angol, Chile, in support of relief efforts after the Chilean earthquake Feb. 27. The team left March 7 and arrived in Chile March 11. Staff Sgt. William Kidd and Senior Airman Patrick Walters from the 52nd Combat Communications Squadron set up communications to

  • Friday 5s offers quick goal tracking

    The leadership development program at Robins is getting a new twist. Beginning in June, an added element called 'Friday 5s' will be a permanent feature of the program's 96-hour leadership development class. Friday 5s prompts class graduates via e-mail every Friday to go to the Friday 5s Web site and

  • AFPC 'operating location' headed to Robins

    Portions of the Directorate of Personnel here will realign under the Air Force Personnel Center in early May, but most people probably won't notice much difference. The realignment is part of an initiative to create AFPC "operating locations" at the Air Force's five large civilian centers, one of

  • Families take train ride to Plains

    Taking a train ride may not seem like a typical family diversion, but for more than 60 family members of deployed Robins Airmen it was just the distraction they needed. An early morning departure by bus took the family members to the local commuter train station in Cordele. Three hours later, the