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  • Throwback Thursday - Oct. 28, 2021

    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.

  • Shutterbugs capture ‘wonderful world’ in photo contest

    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.”

  • How to prevent the flu

    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.

  • Maximizing warfighter core capabilities through partnerships

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex has multiple partnerships that support the sustainment mission at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia.One of those partnerships is with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Automated Test System Program Office and the WR-ALC 581st Software Engineering

  • Throwback Thursday - Oct. 21, 2021

    On Oct. 27, 1955, the first F-100C Super Sabre Jet fighter arrived at Robins. It was the first of 12 to into WRAMA’s flight test facility. Former WR-ALC Commander Maj. Gen. Rick Goddard’s F-100 is on display at the Museum of Aviation.