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  • Buildings 670, 169 renovations on track

    The renovation project inside Bldg. 670 which began in late February is progressing, with estimated completion by the end of April. "You can really tell employees appreciate taking the time and effort required to help get their facility to look and feel like a top-notch facility," said Jeremy Wood,

  • Mass notification comes through loud and clear

    Ever wonder about the voices you hear echoing loudly across Robins? Or who is responsible for those pop-up desktop messages that appear from the corner of your computer when bad weather is approaching? Those notifications are courtesy of the hard-working professionals of the 78th Air Base Wing

  • Final Combat Talon I undergoes PDM

    In two weeks, one more part of history will have taken place at Robins. The last MC-130E Combat Talon I will complete its final phase of programmed depot maintenance before departing for its final run from the flight line. The Combat Talon I fleet has been at Robins for PDM since the 1990s. The

  • Command Post building dedicated to former commander

    Building 906, the new command post location, received a new name during a ceremony Wednesday. The building was dedicated to the memory of Col. Billy G. Edenfield, Robins Air Force Base and 2853rd Air Base Group commander from 1986 to 1989. Following a 30-year career in the Air Force, Edenfield

  • Robins commits to implementing MRSP for four weapons systems

    High velocity maintenance at Robins experienced a significant development during a one-week Maintenance Requirements Supportability Value Stream Analysis event March 5 through 9. A strategic team which included mission partners from across the base met for its third lean event, which concluded with

  • Base vehicle violations can lead to fines

    If you're caught talking on a cell phone while driving at Robins - you'll pay for that conversation to the tune of $75. That's because one year ago, Robins began using a new type of traffic citation policy for moving violations - U.S.District Court Violation Notice DD Form 1805. Since March 2011,

  • Center gains new Coast Guard missions

    A new aircraft customer has arrived at Warner Robins Air Logistics Center. The first of six C-130s from the U.S. Coast Guard is here for center wing box replacement and programmed depot maintenance. This is exciting news for the Robins mission and its vision of being a world-class center of

  • Local Brownie troop supports deployed JSTARS members

    Brownie Troop 60136 from Lake Joy Elementary in Warner Robins learned a valuable lesson in giving while Joint STARS flight crew members preparing to deploy were happy to be on the receiving end of 129 boxes of Girl Scout cookies.What started as a Girl Scout service project in 1917 with the Mistletoe

  • F-22 Raptor joins Robins Air Show

    An F-22 Raptor has been confirmed to participate in the 2012 Robins Air Show, scheduled April 28 and 29. The F-22 joins a growing list of static displays, performers and exhibitors who will entertain attendees throughout the busy weekend. The F-22 Raptor is the Air Force's newest fighter aircraft,