The Boeing Company donated a large model of the C-17 Globemaster III and $20,000 to the Museum of Aviation during a ceremony at the museum Friday. The model will be used as an outdoor display near the south entrance of the museum's Eagle Building. Speakers at the ceremony included Center Commander
Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon wants Robins to ink more contracts with small businesses in Middle Georgia, but it's not just because he wants to help the little guy. McMahon, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center commander, gave the opening comments at a conference last week with the aim of helping small
The 116th Civil Engineer Squadron left Robins Air Force Base to take part in the Department of Defense Innovative Readiness Training program June 5. The program is designed to provide real world training opportunities to prepare for wartime missions while supporting the needs of America's
Master Sgt. Jeffery Jordan, Hammer, Adaptive Communications Element team flight chief, got the call June 15 to deploy a team to the crash site of a Navy T-45 Goshawk from Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas, just a few hours after the aircraft crashed in a remote field at a private ranch in McMullen
Robins is not the first base where Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon has served on a team made up largely of civilians. The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center commander said at a military "All Call" last week that in such environments Airmen tend to become civilianized in terms of their behavior ...
From parking shortages to budget constraints, the 78th Air Base Wing is grappling with big challenges, but outgoing commander Col. Carl Buhler believes the wing is on the right path. Buhler, who will hand over command of the unit to Col. Mitchel Butikofer on June 30, said he has witnessed much
Never let it be said Robins officials failed to give a parking-lot shuttle system a fair chance. Round Robins Ex-press began earlier this year to help with the parking problem by shuttling people from the Air National Guard parking lot. The shuttle featured two routes, one which ran through the
Today Robins is a sprawling complex employing more than 20,000 people, and it is a vital component of America's military operations, but it all began 70 years ago with a one-page telegram. On June 16 hundreds of community and Team Robins members celebrated the 70th anniversary of the day a telegram