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  • College board discontinues paper CLEP tests Dec. 31

    The College Board will discontinue its College-Level Examination Program paper-and-pencil testing program effective Dec. 31. The College Board decided to terminate the service due to the decreasing number of paper-based test takers. More than 95 percent of military students now take computer-based CLEP tests. Service members using the
  • Team JSTARS provides help Family-2-Family for the holidays

    Team JSTARS continued a 25-year tradition with another successful Family-2-Family holiday project this year. More than 80 families received toys and a box of food for the holidays.The project, spearheaded by Lt. Col. Gwendolyn Badie, 116th Force Support Squadron commander, is a joint-effort coordinated by the 116th and 461st Air Control Wings."We
  • ANG leadership and congressman view JSTARS up close and personal

    Lt. Gen Harry Wyatt III, Air National Guard director, Maj. Gen. Jim Butterworth, Adjutant General of Georgia, and Congressman Austin Scott, viewed first-hand the capabilities of the JSTARS platform during a Dec. 5 orientation flight. The group observed training scenarios at each battle station as Lt. Col. Thomas Grabowski, 116th Operations Support
  • MC-130W Dragon Spear visits Robins

    A special recognition ceremony took place on the flight line Dec. 2, honoring the efforts made by members of the 653rd Combat Logistics Support Squadron, now the 402nd Expeditionary Maintenance Depot team. The occasion took place in front of an MC-130W Dragon Spear, which arrived for the day with its crew, the 73rd Special Operations Squadron, from
  • C-5 full crown skins being replaced

    Maintainers in the 559th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron are carrying out a unique mission at Robins. For the first time, 20 full crown skin replacements are being done on a C-5C. In the past, only a portion of each skin would be removed and replaced. Crown skins are the outer layers of an aircraft, held together by fasteners. There can be between
  • Returning Airman surprises children

    Two Warner Robins students got an emotional surprise when they walked into their classrooms Dec. 9. Capt. Nathan List returned home early from Iraq to surprise his son James, 9, at Shirley Hills Elementary School, and 12-year-old daughter Chloe at Warner Robins Middle School. List, who has been deployed since before July 4, was not expected home
  • Teamwork leads to successful LCAP, ESOHCAMP inspection results

    It was an "Excellent" showing.The results from the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center's Logistics Compliance Assessment Program and Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Compliance Assessment and Management Program inspections Dec. 5 through 9 spoke volumes.The center received an overall Excellent rating; the 402nd Maintenance Wing,
  • First two C-130H models undergo AMP package

    Two C-130H model aircraft at Robins are the first to undergo modification at Robins in the Avionics Modernization Program and are also the first two under Low Rate Initial Production contract. The first plane is currently in functional testing, while the second is about 85 percent complete through the program. The AMP package, working in
  • Former WR-ALC vice commander to command wing at Kirtland

    Col. John Kubinec, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center vice commander, will assume command of the 377th Air Base Wing at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico Dec. 19. His last day at Robins was Dec. 7. Kubinec's family moved to Middle Georgia in July 2011; his previous assignment was to Al-Udeid, Qatar. Prior to leaving Robins, the Air Force
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