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  • Success Here = Success There: WR-ALC helps Navy with critical parts issue

    Ensuring safe, reliable components are available to support the U.S. Navy's F/A-18 Legacy Hornet was the focus of a partnership celebration Tuesday at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex's 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group.Officials from Naval Supply Systems Command and Naval Air Systems

  • New DLA contract to improve efficiencies, sustainability

    In an earnest drive to enhance material supportability on the shop floors across the Air Force Sustainment Center, Defense Logistics Agency Aviation, and DLA Troop Support are teaming with AFSC to improve already successful bench stock management.   As part of a move to streamline bench stock items,

  • Vital Afghan AF support continues

    When two C-130H aircraft arrived at Robins in the fall of 2013, each would play a significant role nearly two years later in a country over 7,000 miles away.The nose of one aircraft, scheduled to be retired, served as a donor to a second C-130. The second had experienced a hard landing and suffered

  • Courts-martial dates set

    Three separate courts-martial proceedings will take place starting next month in the case against Senior Airman Charles Amos Wilson III at the Houston County Courthouse in Perry, Georgia.  A military judge recently ruled to sever the proceedings against Wilson, who is accused of the premeditated

  • Robins engineers team up, tackle active shooter challenge

    Precious minutes can feel as if they last a lifetime when lives are at stake. News of workplace violence involving an active shooter remain prevalent - Fort Hood in 2009, the Washington Navy Yard in 2013, Chattanooga in 2015, and most recently, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland on April 8.Giving first

  • More acts sign on for Thunder Over Georgia Air Show

    The Army Black Daggers, the DAV (Disabled American Veterans), and Randy Ball and his MIG-17F have signed on for the Robins Air Force Base Air Show which scheduled Oct. 1 and 2.Descending from the skies at 12,500 feet, traveling nearly 120 miles per hour, free-fall parachuting is the closest humans

  • Community receives update at State of the Base forum

    Community support and appreciation, combat capabilities, mission support and focus, and production were key areas highlighted during a State of the Base forum conducted Tuesday at the Museum of Aviation.Several base leaders spoke including representatives from Air Force Reserve Command, Team JSTARS

  • Open season for the Logistics Professional Development Programs

    AFMC has developed the Logistics Professional Development Program, an overarching platform which currently encompasses three logistics certification program stalls: Professional Maintenance Certification Program, Professional Supply Management Certification Program, and the Professional Deployment,

  • Claims for damage may be considered

    Weather-related claims for personal property damage resulting from the storm April 1 may be considered if your property was located on base, or it was located off base, and you were:- Serving on temporary duty or permanent change of station orders located at your off-base hotel or other authorized