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  • Robins, local first responders hold Mass Accident Response Exercise

    Robins Air Force Base and local emergency services personnel participated in a Mass Accident Response Exercise Dec. 4-7, 2018, at the Guardian Centers complex in Middle Georgia.The goal of the exercise was to test the responses of Team Robins, Houston County Sheriff's Office, Perry Police Department, Houston County Ambulance Service, Perry Fire
  • Robins holiday tree honoring fallen

    The Robins Air Force Base Airman &Family Readiness Center staff started a new tradition this year to honor the memory of the fallen airmen of Middle Georgia.The center staff put up a holiday tree that has personalized ornaments for each service member who has passed. There are six red ornaments honoring those from Air Force Families Forever, and
  • Air Force base of preference initiative evolves to permanent program

    The Base of Preference enhanced assignment initiative begins Jan. 9, 2019, and provides enlisted Airmen who have 48 months’ time on station as of May 2019 the opportunity to apply for available Permanent Change of Station assignments in the continental United States, or CONUS, through an immediate, straightforward and transparent process.
  • Air Force Handbook 1, Enlisted Study Guide podcast now available

    To help Airmen prepare for their upcoming promotion exams, a no-cost audio version of the Air Force Handbook 1 Enlisted Study Guide is now available across a variety of online platforms.
  • 2018 AFMC mentoring campaign resounding success

    The 2018 inaugural year of the Air Force Materiel Command “Growing People” mentoring campaign was a tremendous success, with the command selected to help lead the Air Force-wide mentoring campaign effort for 2019.
  • Key Spouse helps 5th MOB wife setup life for family at Robins

    Kaththea Darmento, whose husband, Senior Airman Joel Darmento from the 51st Combat Communications Squadron, had a lot of help from her Key Spouse, Amy Redoble, in making connections and finding what her family needed in the Middle Georgia community she now calls home.
  • AFIMSC Innovation Office seeks game-changing ideas

    The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center Innovation Office launches a program in the new year to help Airmen implement their innovative ideas. The campaign, open Jan. 1-31, 2019, gives military and civilian members of mission support groups worldwide a chance to fund their ideas and partner with innovation experts.
  • Bunch nominated to command AFMC

    Lt. Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr. has been nominated by the President for a fourth star to become the next commander of Air Force Materiel Command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.
  • Call for help: Robins offers civilians, Guardsmen options for mental health

    Sometimes life can bring on more problems than one person can handle on their own. The Mental Health Clinic is a well-known source for active and retired military members, but Robins’ civilians and Guardsmen have places to turn, as well, when crises arise. The Occupational Medicine Services Clinic, the 116th Air Control Wing director of Psychological Health and the Employee Assistance Program all offer options for mental health fitness.
  • Robins’ electrical engineer to compete idea in 2018 DoD Maintenance Innovation Challenge

    An electrical engineer in Warner Robins-Air Logistics Complex’s 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group recently learned that thinking outside the box pays off. Shane Groves, was named as one of six finalists to compete in the Department of Defense’s Maintenance Innovation Contest at the DOD’s Maintenance Symposium in Tampa, Florida, Dec. 17.
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