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  • Good Catch: WR-ALC spots C-17 damage, turns plane ahead of schedule

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, made a good catch May 8, when it spotted damage on a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft at the end of its Programmed Depot Maintenance line, repairing the problem just days before it was due back to its home station.

  • Robins Frontlines: Kristin Lindsey

    Kristin Lindsey, Robins Air Force Base Commissary store associate, ensures that checkout areas are kept sanitized amid the fight against COVID-19.The commissary carries a wide variety of grocery items as well as fresh deli sandwiches, rotisserie chicken, sushi, baked goods and cakes available all

  • Robins Frontlines: Airman 1st Class Nathan Levan

    Airman 1st Class Nathan Levan, 78th Security Forces Squadron stands guard at the Robins Air Force Base main entrance amid COVID-19.In the heat, rain, snow or sleet, the 78th SFS gate guards stand watch. They are the first faces seen upon seeking access to the base. Today they take guard amid

  • Robins Frontlines: Michelle Waters

    Michelle Waters, Defense Logistics Agency distribution process worker, moves critical items through the distribution process amidst the fight against COVID-19.DLA Distribution Warner Robins, Ga., is one of four strategic distribution platforms under DLA Distribution and distributes supplies to all

  • F-35 Micro-Lids bring significant savings to Air Force

    Having up-to-date software is essential in keeping our nation’s aircraft on the cutting edge. The 402nd Software Engineering Group F-35 element at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, now has five Micro Low-Cost Integrated Development stations.

  • Retiree honors: The American flag journey

    The military is no stranger to retirement ceremonies. The American flag is unfolded by the honor guard, displayed, then neatly folded, placed in shadow box, and presented to the retiree. But before the retiree receives their flag, it takes a journey of its own.