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  • BIRD improvement passes WR council

    A new component of mass transit to and from Robins is now set to become a reality, following a vote by the Warner Robins City Council March 3. The project, which had been proposed by the Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority, adds a park-and-ride feature to Buses into Robins Daily, or BIRD, the MTA's

  • CCG demos new Giant Voice

    The 5th Combat Communications Group, in partnership with the Robins Air Force Base Operational Contracting Office, recently purchased and received four new Whelen Giant Voice systems. The Giant Voice systems replace the older ADT Giant Voice systems that were previously used. The upgraded systems

  • Campaign reminds Robins that everyone counts

    Sometimes people get lost in the rush to meet mission requirements. In 2008, Robins Air Force Base initiated a concerted outreach and education campaign with the central message of "You Matter." That message was expanded in 2012 to include "I Matter, You Matter, We Matter." Capt. Kimberly Lane, 78th

  • WW II bomber gets a raise

    This bomber may never again soar to the heights of its World War II glory days, but this week it did manage to get off the ground. The B-29B - a fixture at the Museum of Aviation since 1983 - was raised 8 feet above the floor of the WW II Hangar Thursday by a team from the 402nd Expeditionary Depot

  • Women's History Month, "Robins AFB Women Warriors"

    Name - Felicia Clark-Reid Place of Birth: Brooklyn, New York Air Force Experience: 12 yrs. Air Force, 8 yrs. Civil ServiceUnit of Assignment: WR-ALC OBHA Training Office Victim Advocate for Robins AFB SARC OfficeSAPR/iT FacilitatorWhat is your job at Robins and how does it contribute to the mission?

  • Women's History Month, "Robins AFB Women Warriors"

    Professional Profile: Airman 1st Class Shelby C. WigginsPlace of Birth: Wright-Patterson AFB, OhioAir Force Experience: 1 yearUnit of Assignment: 78th Logistics Readiness SquadronWhat is your job on Robins AFB and how does it contribute to the mission?As an active member of the vehicle operations

  • Message to the workforce: It's more than just numbers

    There's been a lot of discussion lately in the news media, the local community and across base concerning our numbers - the Air Logistics Complex's low Due Date Performance percentage for aircraft and the installation's high grievance rates compared to those of our sister units in Oklahoma and Utah.

  • Robins first benefits Afghan Air Force

    It's like slowly pulling a tooth. Teams from across the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex gathered in Bldg. 110 recently to witness something that's never happened here before - the complete nose separation of a C-130H from its fuselage. This particular mission at Robins is significant not only

  • Base successfully wraps up first exercise under new AFIS

    The installation's first emergency management and readiness exercise conducted under the new Air Force Inspection System was a successful endeavor. "We received great support from across the base," said Master Sgt. Suzanne Martin, Inspector General's Office superintendent. "As with any exercise, we