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  • Commander's change of command, retirement ceremony announced

    The commander of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center will relinquish command of the Center and retire in a ceremony Nov. 19 in the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight Hangar. Maj. Gen. Polly A. Peyer will relinquish command to Maj. Gen. Robert H. McMahon. Peyer entered active duty as an

  • 78th MDG shines during inspections

    The 78th Medical Group scored well on two recent inspections, one conducted by the Air Force and one by a civilian medical organization. The 78th MDG received an "excellent" on the Health Services Inspection, which is done by the Air Force Inspector General's Office. It's score of 91 was less than a

  • Robins not affected by hiring slowdown

    Air Force Materiel Command has implemented a six-week slowdown in hiring but it hasn't affected Robins much. Most of the hiring currently done here is in the 402nd Maintenance Wing, which is exempt from the directive, said Max Wyche, deputy director of the Personnel Directorate. The 402nd is still

  • Dinner to celebrate 63-year Air Force history

    Robins will celebrate the Air Force's 63rd birthday Sept. 18 with a black tie/mess dress dinner at the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight Hangar. The Air Force Reserve Band will perform and the keynote address will be given by retired Air Force Gen. Victor E. Renuart Jr., former commander of

  • Base, city team up to find lost hunters

    The cooperative efforts of emergency personnel from Robins and the local community led to the rescue Sunday of two lost hunters. The hunters were in the vast expanse of woods and swamp on the east side of the base, said Robins Fire Chief Forest Johnson. The hunters went out at about 7 a.m. and later

  • Legal offers advice to recent credit card fraud victims

    During the past two weeks, many Robins employees have reported being victims of credit card fraud. The problem is being investigated by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.If you notice suspicious activity on your account, you should file a report with your local off-base police

  • Base lake to undergo fish rebalancing

    Scout Lake will be drawn down and restocked to correct an imbalance which is restricting fish growth and reproduction. The draw down is expected to start Monday and take more than two weeks, with the lake level lowered 25 to 30 percent. Most of the lake's large fish died in May when the sudden

  • New software to offer better warfighter support

    A team at Robins has a new way of doing business which will ultimately transform Air Force logistics. The Vehicles and Support Equipment Division of the Aerospace Sustainment Directorate is blazing a trail with the Expeditionary Combat Support System, which consolidates into a single system an array

  • Robins member brings home domino championship hardware

    When people hear the word dominos, they often think of their childhood pastime of lining up the tiles in elaborate patterns, then knocking one down to watch them all fall. But for those who actually play the game, it means so much more. Just ask John Pierce, who recently placed third in the World

  • Green Street Gate alternative

    Users of the Green Street Gate, which is closed for two months for the installation of pop-up barriers, are encouraged to enter and exit the base through the National Guard Gate. Few took that option Monday, the first day the gate closed, and overloaded the Watson Boulevard Gate, said Erica Orr, a

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