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  • VPP still going strong

    The Robins Voluntary Protection Program Safe Site Challenge continues to strengthen and reinforce employee involvement and participation in the local safety and health program. Central to the program's success to date has been the involvement of the American Federation of Government Employees and

  • Fitness program helps Airman put career on track

    Failing the Air Force fitness test multiple times can end an Airman's career, but thanks to a unique fitness program here, Tech. Sgt. Bruce Thompson - whose career was in jeopardy - is back on track. Thompson, who works in vehicle operations in the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron, failed the

  • WR-ALC continues to reduce flow days, improve performance

    Over the last two fiscal years, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex has experienced vast improvement in not only its aircraft due date performance, but also the number of days aircraft stay here for maintenance repair and overhaul. "There is really only one thing that outweighs the pride and

  • Base Exchange opens following renovations

    The Robins Base Exchange officially re-opened Thursday with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by the base community. Renovations began earlier this year, which also included a name change as part of a rebranding campaign across the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. The new name was changed to

  • Combined Federal Campaign ends Friday

    The 2012 Combined Federal Campaign at Robins ends Friday. As of Nov. 16, the campaign had collected $1,300,259, with a goal of $1.4 million. The Middle Georgia CFC, which covers 17 counties, has a goal of $1.5 million. Robins has exceeded its goal every year during the last 11 years. In 2011, the

  • Demolition projects help put '20/20 by 2020' in sight

    Robins continues to show its commitment to the Air Force's "20/20 by 2020" initiative as 10 base facilities and four houses are scheduled for demolition. That's in addition to six facilities which have already been reduced to rubble. The 20/20 initiative aims to offset 20 percent reduction in funds