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Default Air Force Logo Robins program sustains professional workforce
By investing in the maintenance workforce, the new Professional Maintenance Certificate Program is helping develop leaders with a broad understanding of the logistics enterprise. "The program encompasses training, education and experience," explained Abe Banks, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex Training Division chief. "It recognizes all of the
0 12/12
2012
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III talks with Senior Airman Michael Walker, 91st Security Forces Operations Squadron, during a tour of the U-01 launch facility trainer here, Nov. 21. The tour was part of Welsh’s first visit to Minot since becoming the chief of staff. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Andrew Crawford) CSAF directs Air Force-wide inspection
Commanders across the Air Force will conduct health and welfare inspections starting Dec. 5 to emphasize an environment of respect, trust and professionalism in the workplace.The health and welfare inspection is a tool routinely used by unit commanders, command chiefs, and first sergeants.Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III tasked
0 12/05
2012
Brent Baumgartner, electronic engineer in the Electronic Failure Analysis lab, uses a optical microscope to examine a failed electronic part.Workers in the 402nd EMXG Engineering Flight have attained VPP Gold status. (U. S. Air Force photo/Sue Sapp) Robins VPP still going strong
The Robins Voluntary Protection Program Safe Site Challenge continues to strengthen and reinforce employee involvement and participation in the local safety and health program. Central to the program's success to date has been the involvement of the American Federation of Government Employees and International Association of Firefighters, leaders,
0 11/30
2012
Default Air Force Logo WR-ALC continues to reduce flow days, improve performance
Over the last two fiscal years, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex has experienced vast improvement in not only its aircraft due date performance, but also the number of days aircraft stay here for maintenance repair and overhaul. "There is really only one thing that outweighs the pride and patriotism of Middle Georgians and that is their work
0 11/30
2012
Default Air Force Logo AFSC leadership model provides path to reaching goals
Leaders need goals. But not just organizational goals; effective leaders need to target specific characteristics in order to continually grow in their leadership skills. "Leaders of great organizations modify their behavior to achieve impossible results," Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, said. "Effective leaders
0 11/30
2012
Ed Mitchell, 778th project manager/construction inspector, shows some of the deterioration of Bldg. 658, one of the sites scheduled for demolition.  (U. S. Air Force photo/Sue Sapp) Robins demolition projects help put '20/20 by 2020' in sight
 Robins continues to show its commitment to the Air Force's "20/20 by 2020" initiative as 10 base facilities and four houses are scheduled for demolition. That's in addition to six facilities which have already been reduced to rubble. The 20/20 initiative aims to offset 20 percent reduction in funds available for installation support by achieving
0 11/16
2012
Default Air Force Logo Pediatrics Clinic receives Air Force first
The 72nd Medical Group achieved a first for the Air Force and second for the Department of Defense. The National Committee for Quality Assurance, a private not-for-profit organization, recently recognized the pediatrics clinic with a three-year Level 3 certificate, the highest commendation. Col. Dean Prentice, 72nd MDG commander, said credit and
0 11/16
2012
After a half-mile uphill litter carry race in the Self-Aid/Buddy Care challenge, the 507th Air Refueling Wing Security Forces Squadron team wills themselves to the finish line during the Nov. 10 Defender Challenge competition. Six teams from Tinker’s 72nd Security Forces, Altus’ 97th SFS and Tinker’s 507th ARW/SFS were pushed to the limits in various combat skills during the first event of its kind here since the 1980s. .  (Air Force photo by Margo Wright) Tinker hosts Defender Challenge

0 11/16
2012
Tinker 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group members huddle around an air frame mounted nozzle sidewall structure, one of four from the F-22 Raptor’s exhaust. Members shown from left are Joanie Miller, sheet metal mechanic; David Oddi, sheet metal mechanic; Jacob O’Connor, AMNS shop supervisor; David Mullens, sheet metal mechanic; Tim Blackwell, water jet operator; Brenda Rawson, sheet metal mechanic; Steven Dorsey, sheet metal mechanic; Bronson Bolvin, water jet engineer; Roy Batts, sheet metal work leader; Justin Sneed, process engineer; Brian Thompson, program manager; and Patricia Welch, maintenance activation process team chief. (Air Force photo by Margo Wright) F-22 repair task transferred to Tinker
New organic workload activated at Tinker Air Force Base will bring an estimated 37,000 hours of repair work annually to mechanics in Bldg. 3001.F-22 Raptor Airframe Mounted Nozzle Sidewall repair capabilities on liners and structures were transferred recently from the supplier, Pratt & Whitney, to the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex. The
0 11/16
2012
Default Air Force Logo Open season set for 3 civilian benefits programs
Open season for three civilian benefits programs will be Nov. 12 through Dec. 10, Air Force Personnel Center officials announced. Those programs are the Federal Employees Health Benefits Pro-gram, the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Pro-gram and the Federal Flexible Spending Account Program. Federal Employees Health BenefitsIn the
0 11/09
2012
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