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  • Youth sports on the move

    The Robins Youth Center has partnered with the Warner Robins and Perry recreation departments and the Central Georgia Soccer Association to offer military children more opportunities for sports.The first program that will be enhanced through participation in the local community will be basketball.

  • Robins Airman could face death penalty in capital murder case

    A Robins Airman accused of murder could potentially face the death penalty. In the case of U.S. vs. Senior Airman Charles Amos Wilson III, Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield, Air Force Sustainment Center commander and convening authority, has referred charges to a general court-martial as a capital

  • Campaign urges ‘zero’ tolerance for workplace risks

    Robins Airmen and civilian workers can never be too safe as reminded by this month's kickoff of the Quest for Zero campaign.The Air Force-wide, year-round initiative aims to increase awareness of risk management and on-duty safety, focusing on different career fields - the first being that of

  • Robins looks ahead with $36.5 million in projects

    Progress is about looking and moving ahead. If there's a little noise and discomfort associated with it, then you're in the right spot at Robins. That's because funding which arrived at the end of fiscal 2014, will go toward various restoration modernization and sustainment projects across the

  • HEC offers Robins venue to meet, celebrate all occasions

    Whether your organization is holding an important meeting or you're celebrating the most special day of your life, the Horizons Event Center is a place where special occasions unfold.The HEC, as the center is commonly referred to, is no ordinary venue.Sharon Royster, Operations manager for the 78th

  • Three Team J-STARS Airmen confirmed dead following drowning accident in Japan

    With all the courage and resilience they are known for, it was proven this week that even the hearts of Team Robins members can be broken.  The bodies of all three Airmen, who had been missing in Okinawa, Japan, following their being swept out to sea by high surf Oct. 5, have been recovered.  And

  • West Nile Virus detected in mosquitoes on base

    West Nile Virus was detected in mosquitoes captured at the Robins Family Camp area in late September. Similar testing on mosquitoes captured in the officer housing area was negative for the virus. According to the Centers for Diseases Control, WNV is most commonly spread by infected mosquitoes.

  • Base VERA/VSIP Update

    As fiscal 2014 wrapped up recently, so did the Voluntary Early Retirement Authority and Voluntary Separation Incentive Program at Robins. There were 35 employees to accept voluntary separation from civil service in what was Round IV of the initiative - a shaping tool that facilitates the Air Force

  • 461st ACW commander talks C2 during AFA conference

    When it comes to the world of command and control, the mission set can be a challenge for outsiders to understand. The crews who fly aboard the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System from Robins have a unique problem-solving skill, working in an environment that's as unique as the weapon