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  • 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

  • 'Super Teams' to improve access to patient care

    The 78th Medical Group is the test base for the Air Force in finding a way to providing better patient care. Using Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield's 'People, Process and Resources' framework, the 78th MDG this month has taken the Patient-Centered Medical Home model and modified it from a previous

  • Robins continues to grow recycling program

    Each year on Nov. 15, recycling is celebrated as part of America Recycles Day.Since the current base recycling center opened in July 2012, Bldg. 987 has welcomed daily visitors to its location conveniently tucked away behind the Exchange and Auto Hobby Shop. "There are still folks who don't know

  • Workshop teaches parents, children Internet safety

    Children today use computers for everything from homework to socializing. Parents may sometimes feel overwhelmed when it comes to keeping up with the newest technology while trying to feel assured their children's Internet activity is safe. Robins recently co-hosted Georgia Cyber Safety Initiative

  • Road projects set to begin

    Robins drivers will be experiencing a few more road construction projects in the coming months. The first of several paving projects will involve milling and paving on Page Road beginning Monday. The construction will extend from Page Road to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Eleventh Street. The

  • Roofing, paving, renovating – oh my!

    If you're a bit inconvenienced taking a detour due to road construction or because the constant banging above your head won't stop due to nonstop roofing projects, just remember - progress is a good thing. Funding which arrived near the end of fiscal 2013 to support various projects across Robins

  • Three sites receive Safe Site Gold recognition

    Several safe sites have joined an increasing number of work centers reaching Gold recognition in connection with the Commander's Safe Site Challenge Program. Gold banner presentations were made Nov. 1 to the 559th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Hydraulic Door Shop; 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Support