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  • 9/11: We haven’t forgotten; our resolve is intact

    It’s been 15 years.  Fifteen years since a group of terrorists used four commercial airliners to attack some of America’s most iconic buildings, killing thousands of innocent people in the process.   They set out to destroy what they saw as symbols of American wealth and power. They hoped to shake

  • Making Progress: 78th clinic renovations move to next phase

    Things are slowly taking shape as renovations continue inside and outside Bldg. 700, home to the Robins Medical Clinic.  The $29.5 million restoration and modernization project has reached the halfway point, having just wrapped up the second of four phases this past July. The second phase involved

  • A Plane of a Different Color: Who knew paint could do so much?

    Painting a C-130H with a new glossy paint scheme doesn’t happen very often in the Corrosion Control Flight at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex. Most of the time its professional cadre of aircraft painters spray on the customary flat gray color familiar on many a surface of weapon systems that

  • Got Air Show Questions?

    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- The Thunder Over Georgia Air Show will kick off at Robins Oct. 1 & 2. The show will include performances from the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, U.S. Army Special operations Command Parachute Demonstration Team – known as the Black Daggers, multiple warbird acts, aerial

  • POW/MIA ceremony slated Sept. 15

    Team Robins will remember and honor the sacrifice of America’s prisoners of war and those missing in action during the Robins POW/MIA organization’s annual recognition ceremony Sept. 15 at 3 p.m. in the Museum of Aviation’s Hangar One.

  • Upcoming Parking Lot Closures

    A parking lot closure, southwest of flight line Gate 31 isscheduled beginning Thursday and lasting through Nov. 23.  The parking lot contains 25 handicap parking spaces whichwill be temporarily relocated to the parking area west of Bldg 155. Thisconstruction project will involve removal and

  • Decyphering rules for civilian and military political participation

    We are well into the 2016 election year, so it’s helpful to review the rules pertaining to civilian employees under the Hatch Act, as well as the rules pertaining to military members. Whether you are Team Trump or Team Clinton, these rules are essential to know in order to avoid the negative

  • AFSC commander praises workforce for role in F-35 IOC

    Airmen of the Air Force Sustainment Center,I had the privilege and honor of representing all of you last Friday at Hill AFB, Utah  as the Secretary of the Air Force and Chief of Staff of the Air Force presided over the F-35 Initial Operational Capability (IOC) ceremony. Below is a short announcement