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  • CFC - Looking for a reason? Installation effort runs through Nov. 20

    The 2015 Robins Combined Federal Campaign season ends next Friday. As of Nov. 10, the total pledge was at $130,623. The goal is $1 million."With just days left to participate in this season's active three-week campaign, I encourage each member of our community to reach out, support and change the

  • Over $28 million, 119 projects ahead

    The year ahead will be a busy one as work continues on various sustainment, restoration and modernization projects.A total of 119 projects totaling $28.3 million to improve base infrastructure, to include paving and roofing projects, building demolitions, and repairing/replacing existing building

  • Sharpen your resume with purpose, relevance

    Writing a resume for federal employment consideration doesn't have to be daunting.In fact, it's about providing an applicant's best qualities when it comes to showcasing workplace responsibilities, education and career accomplishments.Keeping a current resume has a purpose and several benefits, from

  • Installation commander addresses media - talks people, mission

    Continuing to support the mission and caring for people were the priorities highlighted by Col. Jeff King, Installation and 78th Air Base Wing commander, during his first 100 days in command here. "Robins continues to support our nation's interests across the globe," said King at a media event

  • Team Robins welcomes L3 partnership

    Somewhere over a distant land, eyes in the sky are watching from tens of thousands of feet above the planet's surface and from other undisclosed locations. Remotely piloted aircraft systems, like the Air Force's MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper, depend on a sophisticated network of aviation electronics

  • Fitness Center workers' quick response, training saves man's life

    Life can change in a second. Robins Fitness Center workers recently witnessed that when a person playing racquetball at the facility went into cardiac arrest. David Yann and Kenya Askew, both center recreation assistants, took quick action checking on the individual and calling 911.Scott Peavy,

  • Upcoming construction

    A milling/paving project set to begin Nov. 16 will reclaim the existing asphalt and repave Warner Robins Street/MLK Boulevard from Seventh Street to Robins Parkway. The project will be completed in two phases. Phase 1 will involve Seventh Street to a point between the two entrances to the Robins

  • Forced Distribution town hall meetings Monday

    Robins will host two town hall briefings on Forced Distribution at the Base Theater Monday at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.Forced Distribution is the limited number of promotion recommendations a commander is authorized to give to promotion-eligible airmen. A control mechanism used by the Air Force to