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  • 'It's about ownership': CMXG working toward achieving 'Art of the Possible'

    Supporting customer needs is the definitive goal that drives every process on shop floors in the 574th Commodities Maintenance Squadron.The squadron, part of the 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group, provides service and support to a variety of customers, including the 402nd Aircraft Maintenance

  • Forging base, community ties

    Community leaders were inducted as Team Robins Honorary Commanders in a ceremony Tuesday at the Museum of Aviation's Eagle Building.Col. Chris Hill, Installation commander, presented each person with a certificate and thanked them for their willingness to participate in the program."You know how

  • Annual dental conference grows, saves money

    An annual dental conference Feb. 19 and 20 at the Museum of Aviation drew a crowd of more than 300 professionals from across the military, private practitioners, dental hygienists and local students. "This conference initially started out as a way for civilian and military doctors here to receive

  • Locally-developed technology paving way for future

    There are about 6,500 items across Robins that currently use Automatic Identification Technology. Users are able to keep track of valuable equipment using the real-time location systems which use radio frequency identification.Several years ago the AIT Program Office here engaged in various research

  • Military Saves Week emphasizes fiscal fitness

    Robins Air Force Base is readying for its Military Saves week-long campaign as part of the Department of Defense Financial Readiness Campaign Monday through Feb. 28.As part of the week, briefings, seminars and other events will be held by Robins Federal Credit Union and SunTrust Bank.Financial

  • Gate changes, road construction coming soon

    Green Street GateBeginning Tuesday, the Green Street Gate will temporarily open 30 minutes earlier on weekdays, or at 4:30 a.m. Additionally, from about 2:45 to 5 p.m., traffic exiting the Green Street Gate from First Street will be directed to merge left into the two outside lanes prior to the

  • Emerging supervisors can self nominate for program until Feb. 20

    The last chance for civilian employees to self-nominate for the Emerging Supervisor Development Program is Feb. 20. The program is one segment of the Air Force Sustainment Center Civilian Leadership and Supervisor Development Continuum which provides a blueprint for self-improvement and development