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  • FMS community at Robins gathers

    Foreign military sales play a vital role inside the business machine of Robins Air Force Base - at $36.4 billion to be exact.The community came together during an FMS All Call Sept. 11 at the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight Hangar, and was attended by nearly 400 FMS personnel.Nancy Donnelly

  • Longevity: No plans to retire for longtime Robins employees

    When Jewel Golphin began as a laborer at Robins in 1955, his pay was $1.09 an hour.Fast forward to September 2013, and the nearly 81-year-old declared he still enjoys coming to work each morning. It's crucial, the Montgomery, Ala., native said."Working is good for you," said Golphin, who's worked in

  • News you can use

    Changes to gate hours of operation begin Oct. 1Security requirements have warranted a slight change in gate service hours.For planning purposes, weekday hours at the following gates will be reduced beginning Oct. 1:Gate 4Truck/Commercial - search hours will be 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.Inbound Gate 5 (Martin

  • Army conducts first training onsite

    A light cloud cover, bright sunlight and the constant humming of pesky mosquitoes and locusts under a canopy of dense foliage couldn't keep members of the Army's 138th Military Intelligence Co. from proficiency training in the field.In an area behind PAVE PAWS on the southeastern end of base, three

  • Robins Marine squadron joins African mission

    Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773 - the Marine Corps Reserves' only attack helicopter squadron - stationed at Robins is providing two UH-1N Huey Helicoptersand crews for a three-month mission along the West African coast."This is a great opportunity to demonstrate the flexibility and

  • Final C-17 enters AF inventory

    TheAir Force received its final C-17 Globemaster III - the 223rd aircraft - during ceremonies Thursday at Joint Base Charleston.The last new cargo jet, built in Boeing's Long Beach, Calif., facility, was delivered this week to the South Carolina base's 437th Airlift Wing and 315th Airlift Wing.

  • 16th ACCS named Airborne Battle Management Crew of the year

    The 461st Air Control Wing at Robins Air Force Base has won its second Meritorious Unit Award. The award recognizes active duty, Reserve and Guard organizations for outstanding achievement or service in direct support of combat operations. The 461st ACW stood up in October 2011. The Air Force

  • Fire suppression systems being replaced

    The 78th Civil Engineer Group along with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been working diligently on projects across Robins to update building fire suppression or sprinkler systems. Ongoing work to be aware of includes construction around Peacekeeper and Warner Robins Street, to include Defense