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  • Advances in C-5 Engine shop create user-friendly workspace

    Advances inside the C-5 Engine Shop have resulted in not only higher morale, but also quality of life and efficiency improvements.As C-5 engines are brought into the shop for Isochronal inspections, maintainers must move over, under and around each engine. In the past year, new engine stands were

  • 'Dragon Lady' gets once over at Robins

    A new partnership is in the works at the new Air Force Life Cycle Management Center here. The Command and Control, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance division, which manages the U2 Program, is exploring options for organic repair and partnering with the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex

  • FAP offers expanded services to domestic abuse victims

    The Robins Family Advocacy Program provides prevention and intervention to military families who have experienced domestic abuse. The program has now expanded its services to adult victims by providing a domestic abuse victim advocate who is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for help and

  • Local C-130 PDM team takes DoD Maintenance Award

    The C-130 Programmed Depot Maintenance Team at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex has recently been awarded the 2012 Secretary of Defense Depot-level Maintenance Award, known as the Robert T. Mason Award for Depot Maintenance Excellence. The 560th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron includes a

  • Personality Profile - Andres Orta

    Andres Orta, an electronics mechanic in the 566th Electronics Maintenance Squadron, is the next person to be profiled in a series of videos spotlighting workers at Robins and the hard work they do in support of the warfighter.Click on the link on the right to watch the video.

  • Robins Airman receives Bronze Star with valor

    In August 2011, exactly two days after celebrating his birthday, Master Sgt. Gene Jameson III found his combat communications training put to use at a Bagram Airfield compound in Afghanistan.A year later, he was recognized for heroism here with a Bronze Star Medal with valor during a ceremony Aug.

  • Mentoring program provides adult mentor for military children

    The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to help every child reach his or her potential through one-on-one relationships with mentors. This is done through community and school-based programs throughout the country. One of the organization's newest initiatives is a military mentoring program which

  • Ergonomics keep base workers straight

    Helping workers to better understand how they perform their daily tasks is one role of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex's Ergonomic Program. But, improving overall quality of life in the workplace could be its most direct and lasting benefit."Ergonomics is about making the work fit the

  • 51st Combat Communications Squadron showcases capabilities

    Members of the 51st Combat Communications Squadron have deployed just a few feet outside their normal work space in Bldg. 963. While the first floor of the building undergoes HVAC renovations during the next several months, the squadron of about 150 personnel will work in temporary work centers. The

  • Operational changes will not affect fire emergency service

    Planned operational chang-es in Robins' Fire Emergency Services will not affect the division's ability to respond to emergencies. The changes will also not alter other services the division provides, said Forest Johnson, Robins' Fire Chief. In addition to maintaining three fire stations, the