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  • Robins takes part in Triple Ribbon Month in Middle Georgia

    October is Triple Ribbon Month, highlighting three important causes: Breast Cancer Awareness, Domestic Violence Awareness and Drug Abuse Violence – making the pink, purple and blue ribbons, respectively.The month is designed to bring awareness and foster prevention to each of the causes through

  • Robins’ CFC to run Oct. 9 – Nov. 21

    Robins will soon kick off its 2018 Combined Federal Campaign.The campaign, slated to run here Oct. 9 – Nov. 21, gives federal employees, military members, contractors, and retirees the opportunity to make monetary donations to local and national charitable organizations.Robins Air Force Base will

  • Art of the Possible involves everyone in the Air Force

      Art of the Possible – it’s the way the Air Force Sustainment Center has been doing business since as early as 2012. Developed at AFSC, Art of the Possible first debuted at Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex in the aircraft depot maintenance arena.  “Art of the Possible is a constraints based

  • Heritage Today: Gold Star Families

    “Of all the important undertakings as commander, taking care of the families of our fallen heroes – our Gold Star Family members, is at the top.”       - General David L. Goldfein, Chief of Staff of the Air Force The Air Force Families Forever program, which takes care of Gold Star Families, is

  • Center showcases innovation efforts

     The Air Force Sustainment Center is setting the pace in many areas of efficiency and innovation, according to Dr. Will Roper, assistant secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics. Roper saw AFSC processes in action when he visited AFSC headquarters Sept. 13.“This is the

  • Robins clinical psychologist shares how CAF, Wingmanship help prevent suicide

    So often, suicide leaves friends and family in its aftermath wondering what they could have done to prevent their loved one’s death.Did something happen to cause the person to choose suicide?Capt. John Terry, a clinical psychologist and Installation Suicide Prevention Program manager at Robins, said

  • Robins set to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Sept. 15 – Oct. 15

    From the Civil War to the conflicts of today, people with Hispanic Heritage roots have defended the United States and its way of life.Robins will reflect on Hispanic Americans’ tradition, history and culture, as it celebrates this community’s achievements and contributions in history Sept. 15 – Oct.

  • STORMWATER STRAIGHT TALK: The Most Common Water Pollutant? Sediment!

    Sediment is often overlooked as a water contaminant because it is everywhere in the environment. However, the United States Environmental Protection Agency lists sediment as the most common pollutant in rivers, streams, lakes and reservoirs.  When sediment enters stormwater, it is directly

  • First Responders remembrance ceremony

    Robins Air Force Base Fire Department, 78th Security Forces Squadron and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation bagpipe group held a 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony at the base September 11, 2018. The ceremony honored the 415 first responders who lost their lives in the line of duty September 11, 2001.