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  • Robins team encourages mosquito awareness, education

    The life of a mosquito is simple - to siphon blood and reproduce. At Robins, the 78th Civil Engineer Group's Entomology Shop (pest control), 78th Medical Group's Public Health Office, and Bob Sargent, the installation natural resources manager and wildlife biologist, work to help control the local

  • Mass transit made big moves in FY12

    Mass transit options at Robins continued to make strides in fiscal 2012 with BiRD, or Buses into Robins Daily, and vanpool and carpool programs continuing to grow. Although BiRD ridership numbers dipped a bit during the summer months due to vacations, lower gas prices and personnel changes, the

  • AFSC commander visits Robins

    Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield recently made his first official visit to Robins as commander of the Air Force Sustainment Center at Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. During a Sept. 25 press conference, he said the visit was important in helping him understand how he can best support the base's mission and the

  • Robins Airman earns Sijan award

    Capt. M. Truett Kinard, 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron operations officer, has been awarded a Lance P. Sijan Air Force Leadership Award. During the time period of the award, Kinard served as the LRS' deployment and distribution flight commander and was charged with overseeing deployments, the

  • EOD demonstration measures impact level of explosive noise

    It's a team effort to ensure members of the 116th Air Control Wing's Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight are being protected when it comes to their hearing.Since they are regularly exposed to explosives being set off as part of exercises conducted on a base proficiency training range, it's important

  • Robins Pride celebrated all year long

    Pitching in to clean up our base is no longer something done only during Earth Day events in April. Now you can help to keep Robins a clean and green community all year long through Robins Pride. In what began as one organization adopting the clean up needs in one area, has now blossomed into a