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  • Social Media Do's and Don'ts

    Social media is a wonderful tool to keep in contact with friends, colleagues and family.But as military and civilian Airmen, we must be careful, especially with our personal accounts. There have already been threatsagainst military members and their families through social media.So check out this

  • 'Do you believe in miracles?'

    The success of any organization centers on the ability of leaders at every level to promote and sustain a leadership model that drives efficiency, consistency, accountability and fosters an all-in teamwork approach.The Air Force Sustainment Center Leadership Model centers around a Common Goal

  • CLINIC RENOVATION: No break in service anticipated

    The Robins Medical Clinic in Bldg. 700 will be getting some serious work done during the next two years. "I'm excited to see this come to fruition. When the renovation is complete in the fall of 2016, our Medical Group will have a more modern and inviting environment for our patients as well as

  • Vigilant Shield: Robins Combat Comm squadrons participate in NORAD Exercise

    Their squadrons are usually the first in, last out; able to deploy anywhere in the world within 72 hours.This time a team of 22 members from the 51st and 52nd Combat Communications Squadrons from Robins flew a few hours north to participate in NORAD's Vigilant Shield 15 exercise. They're part of the

  • More than just ‘fun and games’

    Providing the best entertainment and quality-of-life programs isn't all fun and games at Robins Air Force Base.It takes a lot of money to provide the variety of programs, activities, and facilities that make Robins Air Force Base a more enjoyable place to live and work, and since the majority of

  • Updating Globemasters: 562nd AMXS extends C-17 range, adds fire protection

    Think of it as a sophisticated piece of insurance that protects powerful weapon systems such as the C-17 Globemaster III, maintained at Robins by the 562nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. Nearing completion on its eighth C-17, maintainers have been working the last eight months to modify the aircraft