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  • Analyst gets top honors for work in Afghanistan

    Stephen Ross, a financial analyst with the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, was recognized Monday for his year of civilian service downrange as lead audit advisor with the Afghan Public Protection Force. The Air Force veteran, who voluntarily deployed from Sept. 2012 to Sept. 2013, was presented

  • Decision to close installation puts people first

    There are those who make fun of southerners when it comes to prepping for snow, sleet or ice. But, it was Robins' preparation that saved lives and put employees and their families' safety first. Say what you will about base leaderships' decisions this week, but would you rather be stranded in a car

  • Severe Weather Awareness Week kicks off Monday

    The weather flight and its collaborating partners will continue to emphasize that in these challenging economic and budgetary climates, it's more critical than ever for individuals, families, businesses and communities to have plans, test those plans and adjust their plans as needed. The Robins

  • 78th MDG bone marrow registry site open for business

    The 78th Medical Group has established a walk-in registration site for the C.W. Bill Young Department of Defense Bone Marrow Registry. This is the first walk-in site for an Air Force installation in Georgia, according to 1st Lt. Melissa Campos, 78th MDG Lab Flight commander and recruitment campaign

  • Success tips for setting, achieving fitness goals

    If you're among the many people who have set out to become healthier this year, Greg Reynolds, Health and Wellness Center exercise physiologist, has some tips to help you reach your goals. For starters, Reynolds suggests setting realistic objectives and breaking long-term plans down to smaller

  • National Children's Dental Health Month

    The 78th Dental Squadron will be celebrating National Children's Dental Health month starting Tuesday with a visit to the Robins Child Development Center. Alex the Alligator, the 78th Dental Squadron mascot, will be on hand with representatives of the 78th Dental Squadron to educate the children on

  • Robins preps for potentially bad weather

    Per the Robins Air Force Base Installation Commander, due to the potential for severe weather starting Tuesday, employees will be notified by their chain of command for possible closure, delayed reporting and/or early release.Additionally, information will be updated on the Robins AFB official

  • Experienced Airmen wanted: Continue your career in the Reserve

    Force management programs will push thousands of active-duty Airmen out of their jobs, but opportunities exist in the Air Force Reserve for Airmen who don't want to hang-up their uniforms for good."Force management will cost many Airmen their jobs, but not necessarily their careers," said Col. Steve

  • F-22 clean room ready to roll

    The new F-22 clean room here will become fully operational this month, and is a welcome sign for combat-ready avionics parts which support the Air Force's F-22 Raptor. The aircraft's features include not only sensor capability and weapons, but also situational awareness and integrated avionics. The

  • Partnerships with community help keep base viable

    It's been nearly a year since efforts began to explore 'P4' initiatives - public-public and public-private partnerships between Robins Air Force Base and local communities and private entities. Robins was one of 16 test bases in fiscal 2013 participating in the Air Force Community Partnership