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  • Clean Sweep: Robins trucks keep streets, flight line debris-free

    A lone pebble, inconspicuous to the casual observer, doesn't realize on its own it has no business existing several hundred feet away from a major weapons system on the Robins flight line. Five days a week, one of 12 "street sweepers" from the 78th Civil Engineer Group take a turn on a Tymco truck,

  • An extra helping of thankfulness please

    It's that time of year when many people start counting their blessings. People have been spreading their thankfulness all over social media faster than an Internet chain letter, posting day-by-day accounts of how grateful they are for the little things in life. That's great. But, have you ever

  • CC Message - Thanksgiving reflections

    This year has been a struggle for most, but we have a lot to be thankful for as we head into the Thanksgiving Holiday. We are often swamped with demands from work and family; and it's easy to forget how fortunate we are. The upcoming holiday is a time to reflect and recharge.Like many of you, I'm

  • Learning to talk about ‘IT’: Campaign raises awareness across base

    "IT" is sexual assault. You may have noticed the genderless, faceless symbol posted in various areas across Robins. The logo, which is formed by combining the letters "I" and "T," was created as part of an awareness campaign to initiate discussion on a serious topic that cannot be overlooked or

  • HAZMAT Data Sheets, Labels changing

    Team Robins members will soon see changes in Labels and Safety Data Sheets used for hazardous materials. That's because OSHA now requires the use of new labeling elements and a standardized format for Safety Data Sheets, formerly known as Material Safety Data Sheets. The changes are aimed at

  • OSHA withdraws citation

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex and Occupational Safety and Health Administration have reached an agreement that essentially rescinds the Notification of Violation the administration levied against the complex 10 days ago for "not developing more stringent engineering controls to protect

  • Fluid Cell press critical asset at Robins

    One of the largest fluid cell presses resides in the 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group's work area in Bldg. 140. It's a massive machine capable of performing quick, highly-pressurized molding of aircraft parts in need of replacement across the entire Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex. "The work

  • Unconditional love: Medical alert dog true wingman

    Always within inches of Clifford Morey's side, an attentive pair of eyes keeps watch. Morey, a medical records system administrator in the 78th Medical Group, suffers anywhere from 10 to 15 seizures a week. "Baz," a 20-month-old German shepherd service dog, has the ability to detect and alert Morey

  • U-2 Program Office helps eliminate DCS

    Thanks to the U-2 Program Office here, Air Force pilots flying the "Dragon Lady" no longer experience decompression sickness during their high-altitude flights. Commonly referred to as DCS, decompression sickness is caused by the formation of nitrogen bubbles in the blood and tissue following a

  • OSHA Star Site presentation today

    The 402nd Maintenance Support Group will be presented with a Star flag and plaque today in recognition of its designation as an OSHA Voluntary Protection Program Star Site. The ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. in Bldg. 321 - its warehouse worksite. William Fulcher, area director for OSHA's Atlanta