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  • Hall of Fame welcomes four 4 new members

    Four people will be inducted into the Museum of Aviation Hall of Fame on Saturday. The inductees include a former Warner Robins Air Logistics Center commander, a Silver Star winner in World War II, a woman with an aviation career spanning 50 years, and an F-4 pilot who flew 375 combat missions in

  • Mediation process a success

    Labor and management representatives in the 402nd Maintenance Wing agree a program created last year to head off costly formal grievance procedures is having a positive impact. An agreement approved in July gives labor and management an additional avenue to resolve disputes informally. Through the

  • 402nd earns Maintenance Repair and Overhaul award

    The 402nd Maintenance Wing has been selected to receive the 2010 Maintenance Repair and Overhaul of the Year Award for its C-17 Production Transformation and Logistics Support Integration. The MRO of the Year awards honor the best MRO and aftermarket entities around the world for pioneering

  • 78th SFS Airmen earn Bronze Star medals

    Two members of the 78th Security Forces Squadron were honored with Bronze Stars last week for their efforts to capture insurgents in Iraq. Master Sgt. Robert Rose and Master Sgt. David Barber earned the medals for work with the 506th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron at Kirkuk between November

  • ACC commander tours Center, 116th facilities

    The commander of Air Combat Command paid a visit April 1 to the 116th Air Control Wing and the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center. Based at Langley Air Force Base, Va., Air Combat Command is one of eleven major commands in the Air Force and is the primary provider of air combat power for all U.S.

  • See Me Save Me ride

    Hundreds of riders are expected to participate April 23 in Team Robins' third annual motorcycle awareness ride. The ride, which is part of the "See Me, Save Me" campaign, will begin at about 9 a.m., with a safety briefing for those with base-access at the Motorcycle Safety Range. It will travel

  • Marines to land at Robins in June

    A Marine unit will soon call Robins Air Force Base home. More than 300 members of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron-773 and Detachment A, Marine Aircraft Group 49, will move here in June from Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta. "We're really excited to get to Robins and hit the ground

  • Projects target increased energy efficiency

    Local leaders want to get Team Robins members "buzzing" about saving energy. Robins members may help in the United States' energy independence efforts through competitions like the one currently being conducted by ConocoPhillips and Penn State at, which award

  • Natural resource manager gives facts on snakes

    A wet winter may mean the snake population at Robins will increase. Ample rainfall means more swamp and other pools of water, and therefore more frogs and other critters snakes love to eat. Bob Sargent, natural resources manager, said although reports of people seeing snakes are not on the increase

  • Hiring push welcome news for job seekers

    A recent campaign by employment recruiters at Robins to publicize hundreds of maintenance-related job openings here is already paying dividends. The base has received more than 2,500 applications for apprenticeship program sheet metal mechanics and 2,218 applications for apprenticeship program