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  • JSTARS operators put new technology to test

    E-8C Joint STARS operators recently trained for and started testing a new capability that will allow them to receive and transmit crucial data to more joint agencies at a farther distance than ever before. The Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol; known as JREAP-C, is currently being tested

  • Protecting PII is easy

    When it comes to the reduction of breaches in handling Personally Identifiable Information, Air Force leaders say the numbers are heading in the right direction. Even so, everyone with access to PII is being asked to alter routine business practices to further reduce the use of sensitive PII in

  • The Contender: Air Force boxer makes Robins proud

    Rubin Saenz III comes across as anything but a raging bull. Rather than the clich├ęd boxing shtick of boisterous, inflated ego for which so many talents of his sport are known, Saenz, 19, entered the ring last month with the soft-spoken dignity that comes with being a United States Airman. But make

  • Robins youth wins state military honor

    The 2014 Georgia State Military Youth of the Year is Brendan Kennedy. His father, Col. Fred Kennedy currently serves as the senior material leader for the Air Force Life-Cycle Management Center here, and his mother, Victoria Kennedy works for Parker Aerospace as a program manager. Brendan competed

  • BIRD improvement passes WR council

    A new component of mass transit to and from Robins Air Force Base is now set to become a reality, following a vote by the Warner Robins City Council during its meeting March 3. The project, which had been proposed by the Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority, adds a park-and-ride feature to Buses into

  • Battlefield acupuncture fights pain, skepticism

    When it comes to pain relief, sharp objects aren't often the remedy most consider first.But with the realized benefits of battlefield acupuncture, that perception is quickly changing, one pin prick at a time.Physicians and other health care providers from the 78th Medical Group attended a training

  • Russell Gate changes ahead

    Beginning March 17, five of the six lanes of the Russell Parkway gate will be open to inbound-only traffic on weekdays between 6 and 8 a.m. The change will increase 'throughput' on to the base during the morning, without compromising security. It is the result of considerable coordination involving

  • Airman convicted of sexual assault

    A Team Robins Airman pleaded guilty and was sentenced Tuesday for taking nude photos of two females without their consent, sexual assault on an intoxicated female who was asleep and possession of five images of child pornography. Staff Sgt. Jordan T. Monarch, 25, took the photos and committed the

  • BAH recertification begins this month

    A military-wide recertification of those service members and their families receiving Basic Allowances for Housing is scheduled to begin this month and extend through the end of this year, affecting roughly 3,000 Airmen at Robins alone. This one-time recertification concerns the with-dependent rate

  • Combat comm sets up air traffic control in Perry

    Members of the 5th Combat Communications Group at Robins - the only remaining active duty combat communications group in the Air Force - are able to provide rapid-response capabilities to any military tasking or humanitarian relief effort in the world at any time. In particular, when it comes to