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  • Breaching barriers and building relationships

    Imagine traveling to a foreign country, not speaking the language, and being tasked to teach some of the country's top medical professionals through the use of translators.For a team of eight healthcare experts from the Georgia Air National Guard's 116th Air Control Wing Medical Group, that's

  • Want the flu? Then don't read this

    It's the sniffling sneezing, coughing, aching, stuffy-head, fever time of the year again.Flu season began this month and runs through April, peaking in February. But take heart, early vaccination is the most effective way to protect yourself and your family.  When you get the flu, you know you have

  • Base historian honored by AF History Foundation

    Dr. William Head may be a well-known asset at Robins Air Force Base, but he has recently proven to be a bit of a national treasure as well.Recognized by the Air Force Historical Foundation, Head, base historian, will add another award to his extensive collection Wednesday when he arrives in

  • Base to celebrate Fire Prevention Week

    Working smoke alarms can make a life-saving difference in a fire. That's the message behind this year's Fire Prevention Week campaign, "Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!"Along with firefighters and safety advocates nationwide, Robins Fire Emergency Services is joining forces

  • ‘Yes ma’am officer, I have been drinking’

    Several Airmen were recently drinking at their workplace - but it was for a good cause. As part of mandatory Driving Under the Influence and Standardized Field Sobriety Test training, the participants - all 78th Security Forces Squadron Defenders - volunteered to help make the training as realistic

  • Aim High: F-15 production in position for successful future

    When implementing innovative processes within an aircraft production line - in this case, in the 561st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron that maintains the Air Force's F-15 tactical fighter - it's understood that sometimes things have to get worse before they get better.And when looking at performance

  • Robins joins local community for Triple Ribbon Month observance

    Robins Air Force Base will be showing its colors throughout October in honor of the 5th Annual Triple Ribbon Month.The observance - which will span all of Houston County - will promote awareness in Middle Georgia of three areas of concern for the community: Breast Cancer, represented by the Pink

  • Ceremony honors POW/MIAs, serves those seeking answers

    Under different circumstances, it might sound like something from an old Patsy Cline song.She has his picture, they have him ... somewhere.  Sharon Ray was only 7 on Aug. 14, 1950, the day her brother, an Army sergeant, was last seen in Korea.  The Robins Prisoner of War/Missing in Action

  • FDA changes affect Robins pharmacy

    Starting Oct. 6, all hydrocodone-containing medications will become Schedule II. That means all prescriptions, including remaining refills on file at Robins Air Force Base pharmacy will become void. Now patients will have to get a written prescription from a credentialed provider for each