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  • This too shall pass: A breast cancer survivor’s story

    Turning 40 is one of those milestone birthdays. For some it's a new beginning - a line in the sand, of sorts, between the first and the second part of his or her life. For Tech. Sgt. Tina Acevedo, it's part of a cautionary tale. "I was diagnosed on my 40th birthday with Stage 1 Triple Negative

  • C-17 LAIRCM mods restarted

    Work on the C-17 LAIRCM, or Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures System, has been restarted at Robins. For the first time in two years, the modification line has come to life with a new crew of sheet metal and aircraft mechanics, electricians and hydraulics technicians from the 562nd Aircraft

  • Traffic delays no reason to stall

    Getting onto Robins has never been easy. That's partly by design. The base, like most Air Force and other U.S. military installations, has always worked hard to keep out those who have no business being here in order to provide the safest environment possible. That has included continually reviewing

  • AFSC goals lay foundation for success

    Since taking flight on July 10, the Air Force Sustainment Center hasn't been on auto-pilot.The center, which incorporates a total of eight wings, including three air logistics complexes, stood up in July and has been working toward the art of the possible and establishing goals for its current and

  • Robins to host Military Retiree Appreciation Day Oct. 27

    Military retirees from all branches of service and their guests are invited to attend Robins' Retiree Appreciation Day Oct. 27. The appreciation day is to inform, assist and honor all retired military members, spouses and surviving spouses, and their family members with base access. The day's

  • Robins exchange officer awarded Sword of Honor

    When Flight Lieutenant Si Holden began his tour of duty with the 461st Air Control Wing in April 2009, he had high hopes, but no idea he would named the top Royal Air Force exchange officer and possess the hardware to prove it. Holden, a 16th Airborne Command and Control Squadron airborne