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  • Mass Transit challenges spark community leadership involvement

    A smattering of community leaders and officials partnered Oct. 24 and 25 with 78th Air Base Wing change management professionals to drum up innovative ways to reduce the number of cars entering Robins Air Force Base. The two-day, Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century event rallied

  • C-130s to get new shelters

    Construction of eight steel and fabric structures to house C-130 aircraft is now taking place on the flightline. The first phase will have three shelters completed by Dec. 21. All eight are scheduled for completed by summer 2012. Materials for the first two shelters, which have an estimated 20-year

  • 9th Annual Requirements Symposium next week

    Aerospace industries and businesses wishing to learn more about doing business with the government will have an opportunity to network, attend a host of break-out, in-depth information sessions, and hear senior leaders from the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center share their vision of the future and

  • DP provides glimpse of road ahead

    In light of reductions levied on the Department of Defense and the Air Force, and the impact those reductions are having on Robins' civil service employees, the Directorate of Personnel is providing the following way-ahead to assist employees in knowing what to expect for the remainder of fiscal

  • All Robins fire stations reach VPP Gold status

    Fire Station 1, located on Robins Parkway, was designated a VPP Gold Safe Site Nov. 3.This means that all three fire stations across the installation have earned the Voluntary Protection Program Gold honor."In our job, safety is paramount whether in the station or out on an emergency," said Fire

  • Programmed Depot Maintenance: On time across the board

    During the first month of fiscal 2012, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center delivered all aircraft on time. A total of 20 aircraft were delivered in October, including six C-130s, six C-17s, two C-5s, and six F-15s. The last time the center produced all aircraft on time in a month was November

  • Message from WR-ALC commander

    Today the Air Force and Air Force Materiel Command announced a number of initiatives to help meet our current fiscal challenges. These changes are designed to help both the service and command reduce overhead, increase efficiency, and align their limited resources with their most important

  • AFMC restructures to cut overhead, increase efficiency

    Providing greater military capabilities, improving readiness and operating effectively in the current fiscal environment is the purpose of an Air Force Materiel Command-wide restructure announced by Air Force officials today. AFMC will reduce the number of its centers from 12 to five. This will cut

  • Air Force announces civilian workforce adjustments

    Air Force officials announced Wednesday several adjustments to the civilian workforce. In response to direction from the Secretary of Defense for DoD to stop civilian growth above fiscal 2010 levels and the need to add 5,900 positions against the Air Force's top priorities, the Air Force eliminated

  • Robins sergeant receives Bronze Star for service in Afghanistan

    Staff Sgt. Stephen J. Herron was presented a Bronze Star medal Oct. 31 for his actions during a recent deployment to Afghanistan.Col Joseph H. Scherrer, 689th Combat Communications Wing commander, presented the medal at a commander's call at Robins' south training area.Herron was deployed for seven