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    Here's a snapshot of some of the things going on at Robins.Service station installationThe Robins Service Station will be installing new equipment at 8 a.m. Monday. This install is expected to take about four hours and should not affect the ability to pump gas. Pumps won't be shut down; however,

  • Commissary reset scheduled

    The Robins Commissary will close 4 p.m., March 20 to undergo a reset as part of the Defense Commissary Agency's ongoing effort to enhance the shopping experience."We hate to inconvenience our customers with the closure, but this is something we'll appreciate when it's done," said the Susan Edmonds,

  • Robins has $2.75B economic impact on Peach State

    Robins Air Force Base contributes $2.75 billion to the Georgia economy, according to the installation's latest economic impact statement.Published annually, the statement provides general information about the economic impact the installation has on the state. It is also distributed to federal,

  • Out-of-box effort aids another country

    When there's space available on a military cargo aircraft, there's an opportunity to airlift humanitarian goods to destinations across the globe. One such operation took place in February at Robins by the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron's Deployment and Distribution Flight, involving the transport

  • Longerons help sustain safety of F-15s

    Without canopy sill longerons the F-15, one of the Air Force's most dependable fighter aircraft, can't safely fly and fight.These heavy duty strips of material are essential structural components by which the aircraft's skin is fastened. It holds the front third of the aircraft together and is the

  • Resiliency, relationships focus at Clergy Summit

    Developing relationships, sharing the message of what it means to be a wingman, and communicating activities of the growing Robins Ministerial Alliance was the focus of the Second Annual Clergy Summit March 1 at the Museum of Aviation.Hope and resiliency, knowing your people, developing trust and

  • Dentistry goes high tech at annual conference

    For the sixth year, Robins has hosted the Robins Air Force Base Dental Continuing Education Conference.Dentists and hygienists can receive continuing education credits in the span of a day while networking with other employees of the dental community."This is an opportunity we don't get very often