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  • AFSC Small Business Offices exceed contracting goals in last three years

    To keep critical combat aircraft like the F-15 Eagle and a few dozen more combat platforms ready to defend the nation, the Air Force Sustainment Center routinely contracts with the defense industry giants that build them. But with roughly 32,000 military and civilian personnel primarily spread

  • Robins to make room for C-5 workload

    Shops across the 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group and many others are currently experiencing a renaissance of sorts. That’s because there’s an air of anticipation, with a nod to the future of exciting things to come. When mission-critical contract work performed on the C-5 Galaxy ended in 2015,

  • Complex closes out fiscal 2016 with 182 aircraft

    For Brig. Gen. John Kubinec, the continued mission success the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex experienced in 2016 is a direct result of “having the ‘best on the planet’ professional workforce, a strong, collaborative partnership with our union, amazing civilian leadership and the Art of the

  • Gate project starts Monday; plan accordingly

    With the first part of a three-phase construction project kicking off at the Russell Gate Monday, Robins leadership is encouraging base motorists to plan ahead and adjust their schedules accordingly.  The Watson, Green Street, and Russell Parkway gates will be closed for about 21 days each. The

  • Rev-Up newspaper discontinued indefinitely

    The Oct, 28 edition of the Robins Rev-Up is the last edition until a new contract is secured. In the meantime, news and information regarding base events and activities can be found on this page, the Robins AFB official home page, at www.robins.af.mil or on the official Robins Air Force

  • Combat Communications Engineering Integration Center opens at Robins AFB

    Members of the 5th Combat Communications Group, along with special guest Lieutenant General William J. Bender, Chief Information Officer, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Combat Communications Engineering Integration Center located at Robins Air

  • Edwards boom operators set sight on future KC-46 testing

    Earlier this year in Everett, Washington, workers from the 418th Flight Test Squadron, Detachment 1, and Boeing teamed to achieve major test milestones for the KC-46 Pegasus aerial refueling tanker, which resulted in the Department of Defense authorizing initial production in August.   Going forward

  • Robins Red Ribbon Week focuses on education

    S ince 1988, people have been celebrating Red Ribbon Week. The drug prevention program has reached millions of people since its inception.The week began after a drug enforcement agency agent, Kiki Camarena, was killed in 1985 following Mexican drug traffickers.During the last week in October,

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