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  • Marines excel on international stage

    The Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773 at Robins not only participates in local exercises with troops from as near as Fort Benning, Ga., but also as far away as the West African coast. A group of 16 Marines stationed here participated in one recent international exercise known as Africa

  • Robins spotlighted in C-SPAN Cities Tour

    Robins Air Force Base will get some time in the spotlight during the upcoming 2014 C-SPAN Cities Tour Series. The network has chosen Macon as one of 24 communities to visit on the tour and an unfolding story here at Robins will be featured as well. The footage, which was shot at the Museum of

  • Heart Link program shows spouses they're at heart of Air Force mission

    Heart Link program shows spouses they're at heart of Air Force missionThe Air Force is known for taking care of its own - military spouses included.Heart Link, a military spouse orientation program, was developed by a working group in the Air Combat Command in 1999 to help increase spouse awareness

  • Using alternative sources fuels force

    Reducing reliance on fossil fuels remains a top priority across military installations.At Robins, the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron is responsible for nearly 900 vehicles fueled here that support various missions. They range from Defense Logistics Agency vehicles to those used by the 116th Air

  • Robins F-15 shop critical to Air Force flying mission

    The canopy that protects a pilot's body while flying the Air Force's F-15 is crucial. Technical expertise involved in ensuring the tactical fighter's canopy safeguards pilots while in the air happens right here in the 572nd Commodities Maintenance Squadron's F-15 Canopy Shop in Bldg. 350. "Once a

  • Changes to PII breach reporting, notification processes

    Everyone is responsible for safeguarding personally identifiable information while using the Air Force Network. While lock-out procedures were implemented last year by Air Force Space Command for those who have inappropriately transmitted PII, breaches have decreased but still continue to occur. All

  • Firefighters, school friends reunite after more than a decade

    Two firefighters. Two open job positions at Robins. High school athletes, friends who had lost touch with one another over the years. What are the odds each would apply for a job with Fire Emergency Services, get hired and then report for duty in Middle Georgia on the same October day? Although Tait

  • State, Air Force leaders tackle STEM challenges

    More than 50 leaders from across the state and the Air Force gathered here Thursday to discuss ways to enlarge the pool of Georgia's Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics talent. Both the state and the Air Force will benefit from the enhancements, said the attendees, who included Georgia

  • Gate work set to begin Monday

    Beginning Monday, one of the entrances to Robins will be closed for two months due to a major road project. Pavement resurfacing at the Martin Luther King Jr. Gate will involve removing and replacing the pavement and sub-base of the road vehicles use to enter the base from Ga. Highway 247. The