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  • Retreat ceremony recognizes retired chief

    The 78th Mission Support Group conducted a Retreat Ceremony April 16 in front of Bldg. 905. A flag was raised in honor of the recent retirement of Chief Master Sgt. Eric R. Jaren, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command command chief. Jaren was the primary advisor to the commander and senior staff

  • Robins units celebrate Earth Day all week

    In honor of Earth Day April 22, the Robins community will once againparticipate in the annual global movement to protect the planet. The base will celebrate with a series of events during the next few weeks.They include: * Bird Watching with Dr. Bob. If you're interested in taking in a littlenature,

  • Robins team wins DoD financial management award

    Financial management has put its money where its mouth is - in a "sweet spot," and now, it's paying dividends. The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center Financial Management Directorate's Lead DoD in Cost Management Team has been named the recipient of the 2011 Under Secretary of Defense Comptroller

  • WR-ALC plans for summer transition

    Planning continues for the Air Force Materiel Command-wide restructure which will reduce the number of air logistics centers from 12 to five. The restructure was announced in November, with plans for the early stages of implementation to reach initial operational capability later this year. The

  • Team efforts lead to 97.7 percent on-time rate at fiscal 2012 midpoint

    In October, the first month of fiscal 2012, the 402nd Maintenance Wing delivered all aircraft on time, beginning the year with zero late aircraft and zero unplanned carryovers.Fast forward to April 2012 - midway into the fiscal year - and Robins is currently in a position it can be proud of - 97.7

  • Lean class develops center leaders

    Developing Lean leaders is one of many topics addressed as part of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center's Leadership Development Program. "For Robins to stay competitive we have to have leaders; we can't just have supervisors and managers," said Karl Griffin, Training and Professional Development

  • Air Show promises plenty for families looking for entertainment

    There will be no shortage of things to see and learn at the Robins Air Show April 28-29. The list of show exhibitors promises something for everyone. Families can look forward to a host of interactive and informational displays including the Museum of Aviation's F-15 cockpit simulator, Perry Tennis

  • Virtual Flag provides unique training for JSTARS crews

    The 461st and 116th Air Control Wings at Robins participated in a week-long Virtual Flag exercise in late March designed to provide realistic warfighter training in a simulated environment. Hosting the exercise was the Air Force Distributed Mission Operations Center at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M.