News Search


  • Medal of Honor recipient to attend Robins celebration

    Imagine you are one of the three men who are part of an Air Force Special Forces combat control team in charge of evacuating personnel at a camp in Kham Duc, South Vietnam. It is May 12, 1968. Faced with the realization you're the only ones left in the camp, it's time to get out. But you can't

  • Robins accepting VERA, VSIP bids

    Civilian employees at Robins Air Force Base now have the opportunity to apply for Voluntary Early Retirement Authority (VERA) and the Voluntary Separation Incentive Program (VSIP). The Center's Civilian Personnel Directorate began accepting applications Wednesday. The application window is open

  • 78th Medical Group now offering flu vaccines

    The 78th Medical Group has flu vaccines available on a first-come, first-serve basis for active duty, family members and retirees. A limited number of vaccine doses will also be available for the base civilian work force no later than Aug. 30 through the Occupational Health clinic in Bldg. 207. The

  • Carpool permit applications now being accepted

    Applications for carpool parking permits are now being accepted in the Smith Center, Bldg. 767. To help reduce parking and congestion, about 23 potential carpool parking spaces have been designated near buildings 300 and 301; buildings 54, 220 and 125 near the flightline; and also at facilities near

  • Robins honorary commanders sworn in

    Robins welcomed its newest honorary commanders during a ceremony Aug. 23 at the Museum of Aviation. This year, 20 community members from across Middle Georgia were honored with the distinction of being a proactive ambassador. Nominations for honorary commanders are accepted from the local chambers

  • Robins workers proud of son's Little League success

    For the third time in five years, the boys of the Warner Robins American Little League have made the trip north to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. Joining the team of 14 players to the 65th World Series is Logan Arnett, son of Michelle and Billy, both longtime members of Team

  • First class of worker helpers a success, new class of trainees now underway

    The first year on the job has been an unforgettable experience for F-15 aircraft mechanic DeWitt Paschal. Don't bother bringing up his age either, since the 62-year-old former race car builder is known around the 561st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron as the seasoned veteran who can teach a thing or

  • Two from Robins participate in ‘military Olympics’

    Two Team Robins members recently spent time in Brazil competing in the military version of the Olympics. In number of participants, the CISM Military World Games is second only to the Olympics as the largest sporting event in the world. The event featured 6,000 athletes from 110 countries, and is

  • Fuselage to become first flight, loadmaster trainer for Afghan Air Force

    A C-27A fuselage housed at Robins for the past year will become the first G222 flight and loadmaster trainer for the Afghanistan Air Force.The 33,000-pound fuselage was loaded on a trailer Aug. 11 and taken into possession by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and

  • Officials announce civilian workforce hiring freeze

    Air Force officials announced the implementation of a 90-day hiring freeze effective Aug. 9.A firm commitment to keep spending within requested levels led to implement the hiring freeze across the civilian workforce, officials said.In addition to a 90-day hiring freeze, the officials plan to reduce