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  • 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

  • Hazard reports a click away

    The online Hazard Reporting Tool conveniently located on your computer's desktop is just that - a useful reporting system for the concerned workforce to report any health, safety or fire issues they may encounter in their work environment.Employees may log into the tool any time to see what issues

  • Changing culture one person at a time

    Safety is an integral part of our on- and off-duty lifestyle at Robins. Since its crucial message needs to be constantly communicated to every employee, the Installation Safety Office will be visiting work centers across the base to share that message while also making and building relationships.The

  • Precision Attack teams win SecDef award

    The Precision Attack System Program Office, with teams located at Robins and Wright-Patterson Air Force bases, has won a 2014 Secretary of Defense Performance Based Logistics award for its work on the sniper advanced targeting pod.The Sniper Pod Sustainment Program falls under the Precision Attack

  • 'Batman' fix to sustain C-5s for decades, saving millions

    Robins has hit another milestone by being the first to complete a new major structural repair on a C-5M which will bring in millions of dollars in revenue and sustain the Air Force's fleet for decades to come.With completion of the first prototype in September, an additional 51 C-5s will need the

  • Base Chapel to assist local community

    Each year the base Chapel designates thousands of dollars to assist those in need. "The chapel-designated offerings are a great way for the Robins Air Force Base Chapel parishes to partner with our local helping agencies to support our community," said Lt. Col. Mark Crumpton, 78th Air Base Wing