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  • Leadership Academy kicks off in November

    A new Leadership Academy will be introduced in November which will enable all Robins military leaders and civilian supervisors an opportunity to learn from current leaders here. In keeping with the Center's vision of being a World-Class Center of Acquisition and Sustainment Excellence, a series of

  • Retiree office holds annual appreciation day

    This year's Retiree Appreciation Day - the largest event conducted each year by the Robins Retiree Activities Office - drew a crowd of 130 people who learned about base services, and legal and medical issues during the all-day affair Saturday at the Heritage Club. "A lot of information comes out of

  • Robins' Facebook page offers something to 'Like'

    While those with an interest in Robins can get information via traditional means, such as the base newspaper and the official website, the base's Facebook page has joined the ranks as an invaluable source.The base launched its Facebook page in late July as another way of spreading command messages.

  • Big changes coming to Base Exchange

    Starting January 2, major renovations will begin at the base exchange. Those changes will include new dining options and an Army and Air Force Exchange Service-wide rebranding campaign which includes a name change. It will simply be called the 'Exchange,' with a large 'X' displayed above the new

  • 202nd EIS settling in to new home at Robins

    The move was an emotional one for the 202nd Engineering Installation Squadron of the Georgia Air National Guard, which officially made Robins its new home Sept. 1. For the past 59 years, unit members had called the six-acre compound at the Middle Georgia Regional Airport home. Its facilities in

  • Boeing awarded $12B contract for C-17 sustainment

    An $11.75 billion contract has been awarded to The Boeing Co. of Huntington Beach, Calif. The 10-year Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity contract is for sustainment support of the C-17 platform. The contract, which has currently obligated $3.8 billion on a sustainment task order, will provide

  • SecAF: Stay focused on readiness during challenging times

    RobinsĀ  hosted Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley Monday and Tuesday. Arriving to a sunny and warm middle Georgia day, Donley took a tour of the base before speaking to an audience of 250 during an All Call at the Heritage Club Ballroom on Monday.Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon, center commander,

  • Robins worker nears 60 years of federal service

    While many employees are counting down to when they can retire, one Robins worker has no plans of hanging it up, despite having worked here for 60 years. On Oct. 20, Sammy Dame, a functional systems administrator with the 406th Supply Chain Management Squadron, will be recognized for his six decades

  • Base mass transit initiatives still going strong

    Robins was recognized earlier this year by the Clean Air Campaign for its mass transit efforts. The 78th Air Base Wing received a nod in August as a finalist at the organization's 2011 PACE Awards, conducted in downtown Atlanta. The recognition was given in the Government Champions Initiative -