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  • The Path Forward

    A little science could make a big difference, and Robins is using it to conduct business more productively and sustainably. Put simply, the business leadership model - dubbed "The AFSC Way" - is a scientific method which is showing success across the Air Force Sustainment Center. It provides a way

  • National FEMA reps make stop at Robins

    Urban search-and-rescue teams from the U.S. Agency for International Development's Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance made a stop at Robins for the first time March 24. The two teams, Virginia Task Force One and California Task Force Two, were in town for weeklong exercises at the Guardian

  • 78th FSS claims Air Force honor

    The 78th Force Support Squadron has been named the 2013 Air Force Personnel Operations Program of the Year. The award recognizes teams, programs and flights which make outstanding contributions to the Air Force and Personnel community. "To be recognized as the best of the best is a humbling honor,"

  • Sexual Assault Awareness month brings serious topic to forefront

    Sexual assault is a crime that can leave psychological and emotional scars for life. According to the Rape Abuse & Incest National Network, more than 200,000 Americans are victims each year. April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Robins is doing what it can to educate folks about the

  • Army tests ability to maneuver in water

    Twenty members of the Army's 138th Military Intelligence Company here recently spent time training their ability to maneuver in water conditions at the base fitness center. Soldiers spent the morning of March 14 constructing poncho rafts outdoors, then taking them to the pool inside to test their

  • Fourth-generation Airman carries long legacy

    With an Airman Battle Uniform on her back and a lot of history on her shoulders, serving in the military isn't just a family tradition for Tech. Sgt. Jessica Fordham - it's "everything." Fordham, 32, has served the USAF for nearly 12 years, representing her own link of a chain that goes back four

  • HAWC teaches nutrition basics for healthier living

    When it comes to nutrition, the Health and Wellness Center is always whipping up a heaping serving of information to satisfy Team Robins' appetite for healthier living tips. The HAWC is conducting the Military Nutritional Environmental Assessment. "This assessment is a Department of Defense tool

  • Robins plays vital role in returning Army's Black Hawks to the skies

    Robins not only maintains some of the world's premier Air Force weapon systems, but is also currently providing a hand to keep the Army's Black Hawk UH-60 helicopters flying for years to come. If you weren't already aware, repairing aviation electronics can be a tedious task at times. But in the

  • Program connects teachers with military heroes

    When it comes to bolstering the core values of citizenship, integrity and patriotism among schoolchildren, it often helps to include someone with a proven track record of personifying those traits. As a group of educators from around Middle Georgia learned last week, few may be better equipped to

  • Back from 'hell' and still serving

    When Lt. Col. Leo Thorsness is asked how his longtime friendship with Sen. John McCain began, he remembers the circumstances all too vividly. "People ask how I met him, and I tell them 'No, John met me because I was there first,"he said. And the "there" Thorsness - retired Air Force pilot, Vietnam