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  • Congratulations to Robins' newest Chief Master Sergeants

    Brian Cornett, 12th ACCSLisa Green, 78th SFSJohn Lang, HQAFRCAlan Malcolm, 402nd AMXGJames Rose, HQ AFRCJeffrey Taylor, 330th CTSThe Robins Chiefs Group will host a Chief Master Sergeant Promotion Release ceremony and celebration Friday at 3:30 p.m. in the Heritage Club Ballroom. For more

  • Team Robins announces 2016 Air Show, Thunderbirds to headline

    It's official. The 2016 Robins Air Force Base Air Show will take place Oct. 1-2, 2016.Headlining next year's event will be "America's Ambassadors in Blue," the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. Their last visit to Robins was in 2009. "We are very excited about this event. This is a great opportunity for

  • First Energy Conservation Award goes to ...

    The 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group has been awarded the inaugural Team Robins Energy Conservation Award. It was given during a quarterly meeting Tuesday of the Energy Management Steering Group. Nominations, in what will become an annual award, began last September, and were judged on details,

  • AF leaders offer holiday greetings

    "During this holiday season, we know there's a lot going on in the world, and our Air Force is busy playing a vital role. Please know that your service and sacrifices are appreciated by so many. You are a gift to our nation. Your hard work and dedication makes our country safer and stronger. To our

  • Before you buy, check FAA regulations on drones

    If your list to Santa includes a drone - whether one of the many quadcopters, camera drones or remote-controlled Millennium Falcons on the market - there are certain things you should know before taking it for a spin on Christmas morning.Drone flying is prohibited on Robins Air Force Base at this

  • Robins accelerates unique AFSOC maintenance program

    The implications are tremendous. The C-130 Air Force Special Operations Command Acceleration Plan now being worked in the 560th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron directly affects current world events."Just look at the news. It will get you on board with this," said Mike Smith, AFSOC Acceleration Plan

  • Reporting suspicious activity everyone's job

    With the nation being on high alert for terrorist activities, Team Robins is encouraged to be diligent but practical.Reporting suspicious packages, activities or people is everyone's responsibility.Capt. Kenneth Canty II, 78th Air Base Wing Security Forces Operations officer, said the first thing is

  • 51st Combat Communications Squadron exercises its capabilities

    It's all about being ready to go when the nation calls. For the 51st Combat Communications Squadron at Robins Air Force Base, being ready begins with constant planning. And when - not if - that call does come, commanders downrange are able to execute orders to fly sorties, provide humanitarian