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  • Robins AFB now hiring student trainees

    Are you a student looking for a job at Robins AFB? Well here are some jobs the base is currently hiring for. Click on the links to find out more.  Student Trainee (Aircraft Systems Maintenance Worker)https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/456222600/ Student Trainee (Painter Helper)https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/456225700/ Student
  • An Airman's Story: Deployment drives home importance of training, learning

    The first thing you notice about Airman 1st Class Corynn Marcelo when she talks about her recent deployment to Afghanistan is her professionalism and military bearing. She carries herself like a seasoned veteran and speaks with a quiet authority usually reserved for older, more experienced troops. Yet there’s something that just doesn’t seem to fit. It’s only when the Flint, Michigan native tells you about how she came to the decision to join the Air Force that it dawns on you. She’s only 21.
  • Sharp looks forward to continued service as AFSC Command Chief

    Chief Master Sgt. Gary Sharp assumed his role as the Command Chief Master Sergeant for the Air Force Sustainment Center in July and has since hit the ground running.
  • Fick, acquisition pros from Pentagon tour WR-ALC

    As the surrey rolled past stripped-down F-15 fuselages and busy aircraft maintenance hangars, an appreciative smile came across the visitor’s face.             “This is so much better than being in the Acquistition conference room,” Col. Matthew Bonavita said, rising from his seat to step out onto the Robins Air Force Base flight line.
  • Holiday Safety Tips

    It’s that time again: the winter/holiday season-one of the busiest travel times of the year. With the change in weather and the rush of the season, hazards are everywhere. The seasonal activities and celebrations that we participate in have unique risks. Being aware of these risks and include risk management in his/her plans helps keep everyone
  • Wellston Winds to perform free concert at MOA

    Wellston Winds will perform a free concert this Saturday, Dec. 17, in the Century of Flight Hangar at the Museum of Aviation. Doors open at 6 p.m. and concert begins at 7 p.m. The Museum of Aviation Foundation and the Wellston Winds will present "Music of the Season - A Musical Gift for Our Community." Under the direction of conductor C. Lloyd
  • 448th SCMW named best in DOD

    The 448th Supply Chain Management Wing has been recognized as being the best Workforce Development Office in all of Department of Defense.  They are supported in this endeavor by The 431st Supply Chain Management Squadron, a matrixed organization of 54 people co-located at Robins Air Force Base; Hill Air Force Base, Utah; and Tinker Air Force
  • Civilian overseas assignments: A great way to serve

    The thought of serving the country as a civilian had never crossed my mind, never seriously anyway. I had received previous email solicitations for civil service jobs overseas and had always deleted them. I read an email asking for interest in a job at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan, and I deleted it. After all, I was settled in my current job
  • Sustainment Course educates AFGSC leaders, facilitates logistics discussions

    Air Force Global Strike Command specializes in delivering flexible and responsive capabilities and applying persistent combat power to targets around the world; however, AFGSC would not be able to carry out this mission without support from the Air Force Sustainment Center, based at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma.
  • Ethical rules dictate holiday do’s, don’ts for Robins’ military, DOD civilians

    Robins Air Force Base’s military and Defense Department civilians better check the list of holiday ethics before they start spreading holiday cheer.The base’s legal office recently provided guidance on what’s acceptable for federal employees this holiday season. Gift-giving is a common way to spread holiday cheer. “Gifts”, according to DOD
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