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Blue Angels Soar with Two Atlanta Area Teachers

Blue Angels Soar with Two Atlanta Area Teachers


Written by Charles Atkeison for 11Alive

POWDER SPRINGS, Ga. (WXIA)-- Two motivated teachers of a Cobb County school soared on the flight of a lifetime on Wednesday as they flew over Georgia aboard the U.S. Navy's elite Blue Angels.

Job Openings in Warner Robins

Job Openings in Warner Robins

Call the Department of Labor Career Center at (478) 751-6164 and give them the job number of the position that interests you. 

You can see more jobs available in Central Georgia on 13WMAZ's Job Market Thursday page.


  • Job Title:    Radiological Technology Instructor
    Location:    Warner Robins GA
    Pay:          N/A
    Education:  Associate Degree
    Job Number:GA8019219
    Must be ARRT certified with minimum of two years full time paid experience as a radiographer within the last 4 years. Diploma in radiologic technology from a regionally accredited institution
  • ​Job Title:    Web Software Developer
    Location:    Robins AFB GA
    Pay:          $65,000.00 to $78,893.00 per Year
    Education:  12 Years
    Job Number:GA8020279
    Twenty-four (24) months experience as a Web Software Developer; minimum of one (1) year experience with SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007, InfoPath, XML. Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access), Microsoft Internet Explorer, and other standard applications
  • Job Title:    Hospice Registered Nurse
    Location:    Warner Robins GA
    Pay:          N/A
    Education:  Bachelor Degree
    Job Number:GA8020261
    Bachelors degree; minimum of one (1) year general nursing experience; Registered Nurse license.

Chance to Win a Wedding Giveaway: 'A Salute to Love'

Chance to Win a Wedding Giveaway: 'A Salute to Love'

Are you engaged and an active duty miltiary couple between rank E1 through E5?

Plantation Farms and Moulliet Productions teamed up to offer a "A Complete Wedding Giveaway."  

You are invited to submit a short, two-minute video via YouTube or write a quick one-page essay explaining why they are the ideal couple to win "A Complete Wedding Giveaway."

You could win a wedding package that includes the venue, photography, bridal dress, cake, catering, officiant, floral arrangements and DJ. See the site for more details on what's included in the giveaway.

Boeing Donates Large F-15E 'Strike Eagle' Model to Museum of Aviation

Boeing Donates Large F-15E 'Strike Eagle' Model to Museum of Aviation


The Boeing Company has donated a large model of an F-15E “Strike Eagle” Fighter to the Museum of Aviation, a Museum of Aviation news release says.

The fighter model will be a permanent outdoor display near the Museum’s Eagle Building south entrance doorway.

Boeing will also donate $7,000 to the Museum during the model dedication on Monday, April 23.

The model has a six-foot wing span and will sit atop a high pole next to the building entrance. 

The 402d Maintenance Wing (MXW) at Robins Air Force Base provides depot maintenance and software development for the F-15 aircraft. And the Warner Robins Air Logistic Center/GRM “Eagle Division” provides worldwide support to all F-15 aircraft , both for the U.S. Air Force fleet as well as for all foreign military sales users.

'Robins Air Force Base: Middle Georgia's Economic Livelihood'

'Robins Air Force Base: Middle Georgia's Economic Livelihood'


By: Sen. Cecil Staton

ATLANTA (April 16, 2012) – If you are a resident of Middle Georgia, then you are probably aware of the encroachment problem surrounding Robins Air Force Base. This is an issue that if not fixed could potentially have a negative impact on one of the state’s largest job producers.

Located in the heart of Middle Georgia, the region’s local economy is largely dependent on the fate of Robins Air Force Base and its ability to maintain and attract future military operations. As most residents of middle Georgians can attest, Robins Air Force Base is a welcome presence in the community and is responsible for pumping billions of dollars into the local economy. 

In response to the growing national debt crisis, the U.S. Department of Defense has already begun implementing significant cuts to the nation’s defense budget and has even mentioned the possibility of another round of BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure). Previously, these tough decisions have come at a high cost to local communities that thrive off the business and jobs created as a result of military installations around the country.

As we move forward, it is imperative for state and local officials as well as the residents of Bibb and Houston Counties to unite together behind resolving the ongoing encroachment issues located just north of the base’s runway. If these issues are not resolved expediently, it could have tremendous regional implications for Middle Georgia when heading into the next round of BRAC assessments.

One of the major components in determining a military base’s viability is its ability to carry out military operations and training in a safe and efficient manner. With that in mind, local and state officials are moving to purchase parcels of land surrounding the base’s encroachment zone in an effort to ensure public safety and address concerns over the noise associated with military activity. In addition, the purchase of this land will further secure the base’s national competitiveness and overall viability by opening up land for potential use in future military operations.

Residential areas located close to military installments are at greater risk for potential crashes and may pose a significant threat to public safety. These risks were highlighted recently when an aircraft used in military maneuvers and training crashed into a local apartment complex near a military base in Virginia. Although these incidents are few and far between, we must take pre-emptive steps to prevent the threat of similar incidents happening here and purchase the nearby homes and land that limit the base’s long-term growth.  

Recognizing the need to protect the future viability of Robin’s Air Force Base, Governor Deal and members of the local delegation appropriated approximately $7.5 million to alleviate these encroachment issues. This will also help provide civilians near the base with fair market value on their homes and incentivizes more residents to move out of the base’s encroachment zone.

I have been extremely pleased at the combined effort of both state and local officials as we move forward with this process.  I would also like to commend Major General Robert McMahon for his 34 years of dedicated service to the United States military. Earlier this session, Major General Robert McMahon was recognized with Senate Resolution 1682, recognizing his service to the nation as well as to the residents of Middle Georgia. Major General Robert McMahon has played a critical role in providing outstanding leadership at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center and led the efforts to deal with the encroachment issue around Robins Air Force Base.

The bottom line is simple – saving Robins Air Force Base is vital to ensuring the future economic growth and development of Middle Georgia.  We must act now. And your local delegation is taking the lead!

Shred Day Set for Saturday

Shred Day Set for Saturday

WARNER ROBINS, GA.--Take all of your important papers to 'Better Business Bureau Secure Your ID Day' on Saturday, April 21.

You'll be able to shred all of your documents with important information.

That's at Raffield Tire Masters located at 4001 Watson Blvd. in Warner Robins.

For more information, call 478-742-7999.

(In Macon, you can head to Raffield Tire Masters 7020 Peake Road.)