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  • Labor Day ends Critical Days campaign

    As summer comes to a close, the 101 Critical Days of Summer Campaign is concluding with a reminder to stay safe over the Labor Day weekend.The holiday symbolizes the end of the season, the beginning of football and offers a celebration for workers and their families.Common recreational activities

  • Campaign for positive, healthy thinking

    The Integrated Delivery System would like Team Robins to do a little soul searching this season.The "Hunt the Good Stuff" campaign which runs through September is encouraging everyone to take time to focus on the positive, to reap the benefits of a life filled with good thoughts. The goal is to

  • JSTARS reaches 85,000 combat hours since 9/11

    The 7th Expeditionary Airborne Command and Control Squadron here reached 85,000 flight hours, Aug. 17, in support of operations in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. This milestone was achieved on an E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, or JSTARS airframe, which is based

  • 500th JSECST delivered, Robins plays key part

    Robins Air Force Base plays a vital role in managing and sustaining electronic warfare capabilities onboard weapon systems platforms across the Department of Defense.That includes management and software maintenance for the Joint Service Electronic Combat Systems Tester, which recently celebrated

  • Airman's training benefits injured at accident scene

    Witnessing a motorcycle accident while on leave in his native Oregon, Staff Sgt. Vernon Pifer put his Air Force training into practice. Heading up the side of a hill in the Cascade mountain range July 28, Pifer - who works in the 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group's Operations Office - decided to

  • Unique testing helps warfighter, saves lives

    When large transport or rotary wing aircraft support a mission down range, there's always the threat of those wanting to do harm to the lives and assets onboard. That includes risk from a range of shoulder-fired, vehicle-mounted and other infrared-guided missiles capable of following the path of an

  • First-time joint training benefits Army, Air Force

    It was a win-win for two Air Force and Army National Guard units Sunday at Macon's Lake Tobesofkee. In a first-time joint endeavor, an aircrew from the 116th Air Control Wing completed its annual water survival training requirement while at the same time the Army Guardsmen fulfilled their own

  • Deployable assets Mobility bags ready to go when needed

    Before a member from Robins is deployed anywhere in the world, one of the first stops they must make is to the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron's Individual Protection Equipment Element. Inside the massive warehouse is where mobility bags are stored, maintained and issued. The eight members who