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Archive: 2020
  • Robins transitions to HPCON Charlie

    Robins Air Force Base elevated its Health Protection Condition from Bravo+ to Charlie on Dec. 31 to continue combating the spread of the COVID-19 virus.Robins AFB transitioned to HPCON Charlie based on data, trends and recommendations from the 78th Medical Group Public Health.When the HPCON is C, or “Charlie,” an area is experiencing sustained
  • Wage-Grade career progression site LIVE

    The Wage-Grade career progression website is now live. Serving as a one-stop shop, this resource is available to help equip wage grade employees with the tools to plan their paths of progression. Visit https//cs2.eis.af.mil/sites/22298/wgcareerpath..
  • AFMC Connect continues focus on resiliency, connectedness for 2021

    The Air Force Materiel Command will continue to focus on resiliency in 2021 through the AFMC Connect program. The initiative, launched in January 2020, provides monthly training topics for leaders to use for facilitating deliberate and meaningful discussions with teams in an effort to increase unit cohesion and connectedness.
  • RAFB Installation Policy: Mandatory Face Coverings

    Ensuring the safety, health, and welfare of our personnel is a top priority for this installation. The ways in which we mitigate risk of spread include, but are not limited to, the use of face coverings. We must continue to enable our missions through disciplined risk mitigations necessary to protect our workforce and the most vulnerable
  • TAP modules, additional resources now online to prepare military members for life after service

    Since 1991, the Transition Assistance Program has been preparing military members from all service branches for their move from military to civilian life. TAP provides employment assistance and information about services and potential benefits available to veterans.
  • Base Chapel, mental health resources available for Airmen struggling as holidays approach

    Seeing sparkling decorations and singing jolly songs may warm some hearts during the holidays, but for others, the mere thought of the season brings sadness. For people who have depression, the holidays can be overwhelming. The Air Force has resources at the ready to help Airmen battle their depression.
  • Robins Proud: Fighting holiday blues

    Learning how to bounce back from adversity was the focus of the last Robins Proud forum of the year. It was held Dec. 16 at the Refuge at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia.
  • CAT supports installation commander, Robins mission partners as pandemic continues

    The Crisis Action Team Support Staff, who consist of civil service employees assigned to the 78th Air Base Wing Plans Office, are one of several command and control elements that falls under the Disaster Response Force. CAT Support Staff members provide strategic direction for the installation during contingency operations and communicate through command directives to unit control centers.
  • GPS repeater to shed time from Team JSTARS maintenance process

    Hangars used for E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System aircraft maintenance at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, each received a global positioning system repeater that will ultimately shave hours from the maintenance process.
  • Robins designates lactation rooms for breastfeeding mothers returning to work

    A private lactation space at the 78th Medical Group is ready for nursing mothers who work in the facility. The space, one of 17 already available at Robins, gives nursing mothers returning to work the opportunity to continue breastfeeding while balancing mission readiness needs.