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  • Don't sweat it: Living Well class teaches how to deal with stress

    Living Well, a 90-minute class offered Mondays in the 78th Medical Operations Squadron by the Mental Health Clinic provides people with base access the skills to control stress and minimize its harmful effects. Capt. Emily Burt, a clinical psychologist in the 78th MDOS who teaches the class, said

  • AF officials announce FY14 civilian workforce shaping

    The Air Force will reduce the size of its civilian workforce by about 900 positions in addition to maintaining approximately 7,000 vacancies across the force to meet the demands of a constrained fiscal 2014 budget, officials announced. Specific reductions by location have not been determined.The Air

  • Complex prepares for future workload through employee development

    When the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex hired a wave of external employees from 2010 to 2011, a formal training program at the time focused on sheet metal and aircraft mechanics. The intensive two-year program's success was due to the dedication of many across Robins, including supervisors who

  • Construction projects dot Robins landscape

    Page Road and Beale Drive are now open to traffic. As a result of the Beale Drive project completion, Air National Guard gate hours have now been reduced to 6 to 8 a.m. - outbound and right turn only. Due to a delay in construction, Macon Street will remain closed until Dec. 20, weather permitting.

  • 78th MDG establishes first AF bone marrow registry in state

    The 78th Medical Group has established a walk-in registration site for the C.W. Bill Young Department of Defense Bone Marrow Registry. This is the first walk-in site for an Air Force installation in Georgia, according to 1st Lt. Melissa Campos, 78th MDG Lab Flight commander and recruitment campaign

  • A secure job: Base locksmith keeps things safe and sound

    Barry Yuill has the keys to your door. That's because he's the base's one and only locksmith. He's the go-to guy if you lost that extra key to get in your office ... the one who has the answer if combination numbers have long been misplaced. He can help you get into your office, maintain exterior

  • DLA Aviation exceeds Small Business goal for fiscal 2013

    Defense Logistics Agency Aviation awarded 27.1 percent of total eligible small business dollars to small businesses in fiscal 2013 compared to 22.4 percent in fiscal 2012. That amount exceeded the assigned goal of 26 percent. More than $1 billion was awarded to small businesses in fiscal 2013.At

  • Local collaboration, leadership key in new partnering

    The Air Force Sustainment Center and General Atomics have reached an enterprise-level, public-private partnership agreement which allows the two organizations to partner in the maintenance of unmanned aircraft systems, including the Predator/Reaper and the Army's version of the aircraft, the "Gray

  • Timely customer responsiveness remains priority

    It's all in the details. The 78th Civil Engineer Squadron's Customer Service team not only handles daily phone calls, but processes an average 1,100 incoming electronic work order requests from across the installation. While this makes for a very busy office, the team wants to continue spreading the

  • ORE tests unit’s readiness

    Practicing now, prepares the 402nd Expeditionary Depot Maintenance Flight for the real thing. The team honed their skills recently during an operational readiness exercise at Warrior Air Base. "Our primary mission is aircraft battle damage repair," said Capt. David Liston, 402nd EDMX flight