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  • Coalition of safety: OSHA alliance formed

    Robins is now formally part of an alliance with the primary mission of maintaining a safe and healthy work environment. With a shared commitment of preventing hazards while raising awareness of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's rulemaking and enforcement initiatives, the alliance

  • Lindsley takes command of WR-ALC

    The guidon was officially passed as Brig. Gen. Walter Lindsley took command of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex from Brig. Gen. Cedric George during a change-of-command ceremony Monday at the Museum of Aviation. A who's who of military elite, federal, state and local officials and business

  • AFSC Way prepares squadron trainers

    Local schoolchildren and college students weren't the only ones returning to the classroom this month. Beginning Aug. 3, squadron leaders received a week-long course on job relations based on the Air Force Sustainment Center model - all in an effort to equip supervisors with tools necessary to

  • Industries to get to know JSTARS

    The 116th and 461st Air Control wings are set to host an Air Force Industry Day Monday, as part of an effort that aims to eventually replace the aging fleet and enhance the planes' capabilities. Representatives from 31 companies are expected to arrive at Robins for the event, which seeks to showcase

  • Groundbreaking on new military, veterans center next week

    A groundbreaking ceremony for a Military Academic Training Center will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the corner of Wellborn Road and Wall Street in Warner Robins. The collaborative initiative between the University System of Georgia and Technical College System of Georgia aims to be a

  • In Your Face: Robins dentist on cutting edge of pain relief

    After being hit in the jaw while playing sports in high school, Airman 1st Class Daniela Trujillo figured the ongoing pain she suffered was something she'd just have to deal with - even if it meant chronic discomfort at times. But one day about five months ago, she found that her jaw wouldn't open