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  • Butikofer: A message worth taking to heart

    Some time in our lives we've heard the golden rule, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Now is the time that we ask all Robins workers - no matter if you're labor or management - to take that message to heart. It's time to understand that Robins cannot succeed if we don't address

  • Robins part of efforts to standardize aircraft production

    Whether it's a C-5, C-130, F-15 or C-17 being maintained at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, there's a science in how to standardize the aircraft production system.Since Air Force Materiel Command's transition to a five-center construct in 2012, the complex, which falls under the Air Force

  • SR-71 gets a bird’s-eye view inside hangar

    If you've strolled into the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight Hangar lately, you may have noticed a bird with a new view. After a three-day aircraft lift exercise April 3 through 5, the SR-71 Blackbird was elevated to new heights to appear as if it were in flight or taking off. "(April 5) was

  • 51st CBCS inspection yields outstanding results

    Perfection isn't something that just happens every day. Perfection takes time, effort and hard work. How much hard work? A Logistics Compliance Assessment Program inspection team from Air Force Space Command visited the 51st Combat Communications Squadron March 4 through 8. The inspection yielded a

  • Camellia Gardens Memorial Service planned

    The annual Camellia Gardens Memorial Service - which pays tribute to deceased members of Team Robins - will take place May 23 at 10 a.m. in the tranquil garden across from the Horizons Event Center. The service, a moving, patriotic tribute to the departed, is a 37-year tradition. The garden

  • Airman's Attic changes

    Donations to the Airman's Attic have been overwhelming. To help downsize the current inventory and make the Attic more manageable, until further notice, they will only accept the following items for donations: infant and toddler clothing, furniture, electronics, kitchen appliances, and uniform

  • Robins reserve combat comm unit supports African Lion exercise

    Fourteen members of Air Force Reserve Command's 55th Combat Communications Squadron here are in Morocco providing critical communications support for African Lion 2013, an annually scheduled, bilateral U.S. and Moroccan sponsored exercise designed to improve interoperability and mutual understanding

  • Robins partners with AMC in new iPad initiative

    Some Air Force aircraft are now a touch bit lighter when airborne, thanks in part to the work of software engineers here. Since February, a number of C-5, C-17 and C-130 aircrews have been using iPads instead of bulky manuals, charts and other reference materials to help pilot and maintain their

  • C2ISR has potential for growth, huge cost savings

    Looking to the future and expanding future software intelligence capabilities is a primary focus of the Robins Command & Control, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division. Currently, division leadership is looking at areas where there is not only room for consolidation, but