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  • Robins youth selected for Teen Council

    Abby Butikofer, a rising junior at Warner Robins High School, has been selected to participate in the Air Force Teen Council. She is the daughter of Installation Commander Col. Mitchel and his wife, Leslie. The council is comprised of teens who serve as a voice for their peers on base and in local

  • Base announces Youth of the Year award winner

    The Robins Air Force Base Youth of the Year is Shaun Walds. He is the son of retired Master Sgt. Calvin Walds, currently assigned to the 404th Supply Chain Management Squadron. His mother is Perlita Walds, who works with the 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group. Shaun, 17, has participated in youth

  • New AFRC building to house several directorates

    A new building off Robins Parkway will welcome about 400 occupants beginning today. Construction on the two-story structure began in January and ended in May. The facility will temporarily house several directorates. Relocating to the new administrative building are A1 Manpower and Personnel, A4

  • Pardon our progress: A look at base construction projects

    Earth continues to be moved and indoor renovations are moving forward across Robins. Currently, there are 51 ongoing projects, from parking lot upgrades and new building construction, to indoor projects such as repairing and replacing roofs and fixing alarm systems. Last week, a new building off

  • Commentary: Proud member of 'championship team'

    My very first column to the members of the Robins team came in the Thanksgiving issue of the Robins Rev-Up. Today, it's truly my pleasure that this - my final writing to you as center commander - is in the same spirit of thanks. The past year and a half has been simply amazing. At the beginning of

  • HMLA-773 maintainers make Robins home

    Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773, the Marine Corps Reserves' only attack helicopter squadron, includes 350 Marines stationed here. The Robins unit is one of three in HMLA-773; the others are located in Louisiana and New Jersey. The "Red Dogs" squadron includes AH-1W Super Cobra attack

  • Agreement a boon to maintenance, repairs

    In an effort to gain significant maintenance and repair capabilities, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center has signed a business partnership agreement with Elbit Systems of America. Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon, center commander, and Paul McBride, Elbit's vice president of business development, signed the

  • Robins plays host to F-15s for training exercise

    Due to a runway closure at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina, members of the 335th and 336th Fighter Squadrons will be hosted by Robins during a large force engagement training exercise Monday through June 15. About 172 maintainers, pilots, administrative and intelligence personnel

  • Museum, base historians receive top honors

    Robins Air Force Base is being recognized for how it showcases history and for its top-notch team who records it. The Air Force History and Museums Program recently announced the Museum of Aviation's exhibit, "Tuskegee Airmen: A Proud Heritage," as the 2012 Air Force Heritage Award winner. Dr.

  • BASH program works with Mother Nature

    With a reported 10 bird strikes on 116th Air Control Wing aircraft this April and May, there is a simple explanation for the phenomenon - spring migration."There is literally on some nights a broad cloud of birds moving through Middle Georgia in the spring. It's greatly influenced by weather