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  • Hispanic Heritage Month events include picnic, fun run and banquet

    The Robins Hispanic Heritage Committee is celebrating "Diversity United, Building America's Future Today." That's the theme of this year's Hispanic Heritage Month observance, which begins with an opening ceremony Saturday at the Base Exchange from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The month long observance is a

  • Base drive collects more than 2,000 pound of food donations

    The 4th Annual Feds Feed Families Food Drive campaign ran June 1 through Aug. 30. This voluntary effort is undertaken by federal employees across the U.S. who collect and donate food and non-perishable items for foods banks in local communities. This year Robins collected and distributed 2,405

  • 402nd Software Maintenance Group recertified a Star Site

    The 402nd Software Maintenance Group at Robins has been recertified an Occupational Safety and Health Administration Star Site. A Star Site is the highest level of Voluntary Protection Program recognition awarded by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Initially, the group received

  • Robins inducts newest honorary commanders

    Robins inducted its newest honorary commanders Aug. 30 during a ceremony at the Museum of Aviation. This year, 30 community members from across Middle Georgia were selected.The program began in 2005 and is designed to encourage an exchange of ideas, experiences and friendship between key members of

  • Personality Profile - Constance Harp

    Constance Harp, an electronics technician in the 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group, 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.

  • AFSC looks for world-record performance

    Striving for world-record performance must be the common goal of everyone in the Air Force Sustainment Center in order to provide the cost-effective readiness the Air Force needs.Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield, AFSC commander, stressed the need to set high expectations during a three-day senior leader