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  • Base to shine on international stage

    With a successful Oct. 9 delivery of two C-130H aircraft to the Afghan Air Force, maintainers and planners at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, along with program managers and engineers within the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center team at Robins, will once again play a vital role in 2014

  • X-ray, NDI work one-of-a-kind at Robins

    There are things that can't be seen on the surface.An undetected flaw on an aircraft wing is one example. It's a reality that can have consequences, so that's where nondestructive testing inspections play a role in keeping lives and vital assets safe. Equipment used for NDI and X-ray work is managed

  • 5th CCG, Royal Canadian Air Force conduct training event

    Royal Canadian airmen from the 8 Air Communication and Control Squadron out of Trenton, Ontario, recently collaborated with local U.S. Airmen on a series of contingency scenarios here. The 29 Canadian service members trained Oct. 4 through 20 with the 5th Combat Communications Group, setting up

  • JSTARS officer continues to excel, wins ANG Sijan Award

    A Joint STARS operations officer recently won the Air National Guard Lance P. Sijan Award in the senior officer category.Maj. Amy Holbeck distinguished herself as the assistant director of operations, 116th Operations Support Squadron, by leading a blended team of Air National Guard and Active Duty

  • Robins Airman presented Bronze Star

    Maj. Archie Godwin was presented a Bronze Star Medal Oct. 18 for his actions during a recent deployment to Afghanistan. Brig. Gen. Cedric George, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex commander, pinned on the medal during a ceremony in Bldg. 140. Godwin served at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan where

  • Robins returns to normal operations

    With the end of the 16-day government shutdown, 'normal operations' have resumed here. The doors of the Museum of Aviation and other base activities which were temporarily closed are now open. Additionally, community outreach events such as tours have restarted. The annual Combined Federal Campaign

  • Government open for business

    Senate leaders championed bipartisan legislation to reopen the government and remove the threat of government default on its debts. The legislation is a continuing resolution that provides federal government spending at fiscal 2013 levels. That keeps the sequester-level budget in effect. The act

  • Hagel stresses workforce’s value

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel issued a message to the Defense Department's workforce Thursday, welcoming back employees furloughed by the 16-day government shutdown and emphasizing their value to the nation. Here is the text of the secretary's message: Today (Thursday) the Department of Defense is

  • ‘An uncomfortable time to be a civil servant’

    I'll say it ... this is an uncomfortable time to be a civil servant. Six days of furlough this past summer, sequestration, government shutdown, debt ceiling impacts - it makes me uncomfortable just writing about it. We may be frustrated with the current situation in Washington; actually, to be blunt

  • Robins to host Military Appreciation Day

    Military retirees from all branches of service and their guests are invited to attend Robins' Retiree Appreciation Day Oct. 26. The appreciation day is to inform, assist and honor all retired military members, spouses and surviving spouses, and their family members who have base access. The event