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  • First C-130J to pass new PDM process departs Robins

    The first C-130J to complete a new programmed depot maintenance process departed Robins Wednesday, for the 314th Airlift Wing at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The J model, which arrived June 13, was one of three being maintained here by the 560th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. The next C-130J is

  • Base set to educate, embrace National Energy Awareness Month

    October is National Energy Awareness Month. And, Team Robins is being reminded it's important everyone does their part in making smarter energy choices. "For the Air Force's part, we must embrace the notion that energy efficiency is not a stand-alone priority, because it binds together and enables

  • Korean Air awarded Kadena contract at Robins ceremony

    Korean Air was recently awarded a $473 million contract to continue a five-year partnership of program depot maintenance on the F-15 aircraft fleet from Kadena Air Base in Japan. A signing ceremony was conducted Sept. 21 in Bldg. 300 with Col. Gerald Swift, F-15 Eagle Division director, and June

  • Robins to host base-wide Sports Day Oct. 7

    In an effort to promote health and fitness and build unit camraderie, there will be a Team Robins Sports Day Oct. 7. The unit with the greatest overall point total will be awarded the Sports Day Travelling Trophy. This event is open to all active duty, Reserve, Air National Guard, civilian employees

  • Robins concludes two weeks of ORE

    A two-week operational readiness exercise concluded Sept. 23, leaving many Team Robins members more prepared for future inspections, home station sustainment and deployments. "An ORE is meant to be an exact footprint of an operational readiness inspection; the intent is to prepare ourselves for our

  • 402nd MXW obtains AS9100 Revision C

    Who knew a "C" could be a great grade? Now the 402nd Maintenance Wing does.The 402nd MXW was recommended for Revision C Certification. Only 20 to 25 percent of industrial companies audited obtain this certification on the first try. The men, women, and leadership of the 402 MXW can be very proud

  • Joint STARS hits 70,000-hour mark in AOR

    A squadron deployed from the 116th Air Control Wing at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., recently reached 70,000 flight hours in support of operations in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. The 7th Expeditionary Airborne Command and Control Squadron reached the milestone Sept. 25 in an E-8C