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  • Horizons Club card holders continue to get benefits

    With the redesignation of Horizons from a club to an event center, club members may be wondering about their membership cards. Club members will continue to be billed monthly dues for membership unless they decide to initiate a cancellation. There are benefits to keeping the card active. They

  • Personality Profile - Joshua Icard

    Joshua Icard, an electronics worker in the 567th Electronic 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 here to watch the video.

  • HVAC shop keeps things comfortable

    The next time you hear the soft humming of your workplace air conditioning system and see a local heating, ventilation and air conditioning technician emerging from a nearby maintenance room, go ahead and give him a big hug. After all, it's the current team of 16 HVAC professionals from the 78th

  • Former commissary to get new occupants

    The C-17 Globemaster III Combined Program Office will be moving into a new home this fall. Renovations inside the northeast corner of Bldg. 660, site of the former commissary, have been ongoing since January. The move will co-locate more than 200 C-17 personnel and include a central setting for

  • LAIRCM repairs awarded to base contractor

    The 638th Supply Chain Management Group recently awarded a five-year, $463 million contract to Northrop Grumman Technical Services to repair the Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures System here. The system is used on the C-5, C-17, C-130 and several other large fixed and rotary wing aircraft. The

  • New aircraft training pad under construction

    Bulldozers are currently busy moving dirt on the northwest corner of Macon Street and Marchbanks Drive. The $580,000 construction project will be home to an aircraft training pad. The nearly two-acre site will include concrete pavement that will initially hold an F-15 and a C-130. The aircraft will

  • Robins Red Cross office now open for business

    The Red Cross now has an office on base, and not only is it here to help, it's looking for a few good service members to volunteer. "We're very excited for this opportunity," said LaTravius Smith, Red Cross emergency services director. "We look forward to being in the middle of the military

  • MTA's BIRD Park and Ride relocates

    Beginning Monday, the BiRD Park and Ride area will be relocated to the Hutchings Career Center at 2011 Riverside Drive in Macon. The permanent move will eliminate the inconvenience and confusion for drivers and riders of the area relocating for miscellaneous reasons. Useful landmarks for locating

  • DBIDS upgrade starts Tuesday

    The Defense Biometric Identification System is scheduled to receive a system upgrade Tuesday through Aug. 28. On Tuesday, the DBIDS systems located at the Visitor Control Center will be the first to receive the upgrade. During this time, the VCC will be unable to process DBIDS ID cards for

  • Language of compassion: Airman's unit steps in during deployment

    When Airman 1st Class Jules Gounongbe received word in December 2011 that he would be deployed for six months, the news gave him exactly one week to prepare to leave his young family. Preparations are always challenging for families, but for Gounongbe, who would be leaving for his first deployment