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  • FSS continues to offer base services despite reductions

    They're open for business and ready to continue serving Team Robins. The 78th Force Support Squadron runs a host of services available to base personnel. Those services include multiple dining options, a bowling center, fitness center, golf course, and many others. Linda Hinkle, 78th FSS marketing

  • 78th ABW sites move up VPP status

    It can't be said that safety isn't everyone's responsibility on base. Since August of 2011, the 78th Air Base Wing has seen significant progress in promoting Voluntary Protection Program participation. As of mid-November, it had 48 green, 10 bronze, 23 silver, and 17 gold sites. According to Allen

  • Improving the safety culture is everyone’s business

    To follow up last week's announcement regarding Robins coming off DoD's Top 40 Lost Time List, it would be appropriate to re-emphasize what a huge undertaking that was, and the partnership exhibited by the 402nd Maintenance Wing, American Federation of Government Employees Local 987, Directorate of

  • C-17 Sustainment Team wins Defense Logistics Award for C-17 Support

    The U.S. Air Force Globemaster Division, located in the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, and Boeing were named the "Best Logistics Strategy" award winners at the 8th annual Defense Logistics Awards ceremony on Nov. 30.Through the C-17 Globemaster III Integrated Sustainment Program, the Air Force

  • Base Christmas Tree Lighting

    Team Robins members gathered near the Base Chapel Dec. 1 to enjoy Christmas carols, hear a story, visit with Santa and watch the annual lighting of the Christmas tree.

  • 116th Medical Group perfect at Operation Sunrise Rescue

    The 116th Medical Group (MDG) earned a perfect score in its recent Homeland Response Force Exercise Evaluation, Operation Sunrise Rescue, at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center, Fla.The joint force exercise involving the 116th MDG from Robins, the Savannah Air Guard 165th (MDG) and other Georgia

  • Team Robins hidden hero finally recognized

    When a dear friend from high school was killed in Vietnam in the late 1960s, Gary Graeber knew he had a duty to fight for his country. "So, I volunteered for Vietnam," said Graeber, an industrial engineering technician with the 560th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. The year was 1969. Just two years

  • Safety: Workers emphasize beryllium awareness

    The results of a visit from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration several months ago are just another example of workers taking control of their own safety.Due to an employee complaint filed regarding possible beryllium dust exposure, OSHA conducted a site visit to Bldg. 20031. Employees

  • Forecasters keep Robins aware, prepared

    Late afternoon, Nov. 16, employees here found themselves crowded into hallways and other designated shelter-in-place locations, as the siren on giant voice roared. The award-winning weather flight here had just issued a tornado warning on the installation, which trigged a frequently- rehearsed

  • Lost production days drops; Robins off DoD worst list

    Robins Air Force Base did not appear on this year's Department of Defense Top 40 Worst Installations list for fiscal 2012 for civilian lost production days. Robins had been on the list since fiscal 2003, when it was at the top of the list; in fiscal 2011, it was ranked number 21. There have been a