Throwback Thursday - Nov. 4, 2021
Robins Air Force Base Traffic Management Office Personal Property Section utilized Art of the Possible to locally implement updated Air Force guidance in late 2018 to increase the physical inspection rate for household goods shipments from 50% to 80%, which became a crucial change to keep the
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – The Air Force Civil Engineer Center recently announced the winners of the 2021 Air Force Design Awards, recognizing 10 standout building projects in design and efficiency. “Delivering lethality and readiness requires modern and sustainable facilities and we
Flight Safety is a small unit with a big mission at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. Airmen keep a watchful eye for hazards on the ground, the skies and everything in between that surrounds the airfield.
On Oct. 29, 1949, Headquarters 14th Air Force began operations at Robins AFB. Maj. Gen. Charles E. Thomas Jr., formerly the first Depot commander, commanded 14AF until January 1955. Thomas was also instrumental in building the first golf course at Robins, which was opened Aug. 4, 1951.
The 461st Air Control Wing’s roots run deep, stretching back to World War II. Now, the 461st ACW Liberaiders have a visual reminder of where they’ve been so they can see their importance to its growing story.
The Department of Defense SkillBridge program is an opportunity for separating or retiring service members to learn a new skill or enhance their current occupational skill for a career in the civilian work sector.
Yard clippings and fallen leaves, if not properly disposed, can accumulate in drainage systems and clog sewer pipes. Clogged pipes cause storm drain overflows leading to street or yard flooding.
The Air Force Services Center recently announced its 2021 Air Force Photo Contest winners. The winners – first, second and third place in five categories – were among more than 950 entries submitted for the annual competition. This year’s theme was “What a Wonderful World.”
Influenza (flu) season happens every year, beginning in the fall and continuing through the spring. Flu is a potentially serious illness that can lead to a few days of feeling bad and missing work, or it may result in more serious health complications.