Month: January 2021

first_img     For those not familiar with the PGA Tour’s format change, there is no longer a PGA Tour school offering playing cards to the top 25 finishers. Tour cards for the next season are now determined by the PGA Tour and Web.com money lists.    Each new season will open in early October and go through mid August. The 2013-14 season kicks off Oct. 7 with the Fry’s.com Open in San Martin, Calif. There will be five other fall tournaments, concluding with the OHL Mayakoba Classic in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.    One of the intriguing questions about the new format is how many of the game’s top players will participate in the fall events. Historically, most of the game’s big names pretty much pack it in after the Fed Ex Cup, save for unofficial tournaments that are part of the so-called “silly season.”    CHIP SHOTS: George Broussard of Port Arthur continued the recent run of holes in one at Bayou Din. Broussard sank his tee shot on the 136-yard, 8th on the Links Course, using a 6-iron. The shot was witnessed by Gary Richardson, Jimmy Dubois and John Parent. It was Broussard’s first ace . . . Tim Cauthen also authored a first at Bayou Din, getting his first-ever eagle on the par 4, 15th. Cauthen hit a towering 9-iron over trees and into the cup on his second shot. Looking on were Roy Vickers and Steve Childree . . . Thad Borne of Port Arthur made an eagle 2 on the par 4, 4th hole at Babe Zaharias. Borne holed a wedge from 80 yards. Witnesses were Tom Lawton, Ricky Becker and Bill Hanley . . . LU ex Chris Stroud was disappointed at missing the cut by one shot in last week’s PGA Championship, but was not unhappy with the way he played. Stroud had the misfortune of being on the wrong side of the draw and had to play in the worst of the rain on Friday, leading to a 73. The good news was that he had no problems with a previously injured left heel. Since he only got in two rounds at the PGA, Stroud will play in this week’s Wyndham Championship to tune up for next week’s start of the Fed Ex Cup playoffs . . . Lonnie LaBove, who played a key role in PN-G’s domination of the area golf scene, and back-to-back trips to the 4A state championship, has turned pro. He’ll make his debut in the play for pay ranks in the Sept. 17-20 Adams Tour stop at Rayburn Country. He’ll also play in the Adams Tour event at Gray Plantation in early October. Lonnie is the son of Josh LaBove . . . Twelve participants from the Southern Texas PGA Junior Tour in Southeast Texas have qualified for the STPGA Junior Chamionship starting today at Cypresswood Golf Club’s Tradition Course. Included are Brandon Soileau, Thaine Tillie, Cameron Duhon and Jarrod Brown from Boys 16-18, Michael Krautz, Seth Morgan, Bryce Shaver and Drake Dodson from Boys 13-15, Collin Todora from Boys 10-12 and Jack Burke and Collin Lietzke from Little Linksters Boys 10-12 . . . Babe Zaharias pro Ed Campbell, who can’t be given enough credit for all he did to make the recent fundraiser for Belle Oaks pro Bryan Jackson so successful, has revised upward the event’s bottom line. After originally saying $20,000 had been raised toward Jackson’s medical bills, Campbell said Tuesday the figure will top $25,000. Campbell also threw out a bouquet toward committee member Darlene Moody for her efforts in several areas. “Darlene was amazing,” said Campbell. “She was more help to me than anybody I’ve ever had working with me on a tournament since I’ve been in the golf business.” From what I saw, Ed was not exaggerating . . . The team of Ed Hetzel, Ray Trahan, Bobby Shelton and Paul Bourgeois posted 21 points to win the Babe Zaharias DogFight. Second with 24 points was the team of Cody Metts, Paul Duplantis, Larry Rogers and Paul Brown. Closest to the pin winners were Brown (No. 2), Jim Smith (No. 7), Metts (No. 12) and Hetzel (No. 15) . . . The team of Seth Cochran, Josh Crum, Greg Cockram and Asa Cardenas shot a 56, then needed a scorecard player to win the Clint Wasser Memorial Scramble at Babe Zaharias. Also shooting 56 was the team of Charles Graves, Wes Turner, Taylor Reese and Dustin Brown and the foursome of Jordan Havard, Brent Guidry, Jordan Leger and Matt Hendon . . . The team of Jim Jordan, R. Darbonne, Roger Baumer and Gary Anderson posted minus 5 to win the front nine in the Senior 50 Plus Game at Babe Zaharias. On the back, the foursome of Larry Thompson, Butch Pitman, Paul Duplantis and Ben Thornton prevailed with minus 6 . . . The Senior Game at The Babe was played in a four-person points format. Winning with plus 1 was the team of Don MacNeil, Keith Rochau, Malcom Tiller and Pete Reobroi. Second at plus 2 was the foursome of Wes McDonald, Gene Hardy, Ben Thornton and Roger Baumer. Closest to the pin winners were Rick Pritchett (No. 2), Hardy (No. 7), Bill Jones (No. 12) and Dickie Robinson (No. 15) . . .The Super Saturday Game at Zaharias was played in a 2-ball format, with the team of Randy Monk, Scottie Ray, Don MacNeil and Dan Flood winning the front in minus 8. On the back, the team of Rick Brunner, Rick Pritchett, Ivory Hatch and Mark Petry won with minus 5 . . . Bill Worsham was the winner in both the Monday Seniors at Belle Oaks and the Friday Seniors at Belle Oaks, finishing with plus 3 both days. In the Monday Game, Norm Shannon, Dennis Neef and Ed Boone tied for second at plus 2. On Friday, Twyman Ash tied Worsham’s plus 3, while Barry Jackson was third at plus 1. Shannon was the closest to the pin winner on No. 15 on Monday and on No. 8 on Friday . . . Entry deadline for the 54th annual Sunset Grove Labor Day Tournament, which is 54 holes of stroke play, is Aug. 23. Entry fee is $180 for medal point and points flights and $130 for Senior and Ladies play. Included in the entry is a free practice round up until 1 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 30. Cart fee for players in the medal and points flights is $50. Seniors and ladies pay $35. Anyone seeking further information should contact Sunset Grove pro Kerry Lamb at 883-9454.     When healthy, the long knocker from Barbers Hill is capable of doing that, since there are already two top 10s on the resume for his rookie season. He finished T7 at Tampa and T7 at the St. Jude’s Classic in Memphis. Overall, he’s made 10 of 19 cuts and five of the last six.    While it didn’t make him any serious money, the highlight of Stefani’s season was a hole-in-one on the 17th at Merion in the final round of the U.S. Open. It earned him the distinction of being the only player to make an ace in five U.S. Opens at Merion.    The lowlight, meanwhile, is a herniated disc that couldn’t have happened at a worse time. It’s now or never for Lamar University ex Shawn Stefani, as far as being able to keep his PGA Tour card for next year. And, unfortunately, he’s saddled with a back problem that forced him to withdraw the last time he tried to play in the July 11-14 John Deere Classic.    Under the PGA Tour’s revised format, this week’s Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, N.C., is the final event of the 2013 season. Any player not in the top 125 on the money list or the Fed Ex Cup points list after the Wyndham must spend next season on the Web.com Tour.    Stefani stands No. 134 on the money list ($496,543) and No. 136 on Fed Ex Cup points. His best shot is the money list, but he’s roughly  $87,000 behind No. 125 Greg Chalmers. That means he’ll need to finish in the top 10.center_img     Golf news should be e-mailed to [email protected] or faxed to 724-6854.last_img read more

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first_imgServices todayMary Helen Boudreaux,  St. Joseph Catholic Church, Port Arthur, 10 a.m.Katherine Graham Brimberry, Broussard’s, Major Drive, Beaumont, 2 p.m. Shelby Dale LeBlanc, Levingston Funeral Home, Groves, 5 p.m.Michael Joseph Leonard Sr., Sacred Heart-St. Mary Catholic Church, 10 a.m.Anthony Ray Davis, Gabriel Funeral Home Chapel, 11 a.m. Death noticesCurley A. Babineaux, 87, of Orange died Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016.  Grammier-Oberle Funeral Homecenter_img Quintella Texada Dancy, Christian Faith Missionary Baptist Church, 2 p.m.last_img

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first_img The Hawks exploded for seven runs over the first two innings of play, then held on for the win as they amassed 13 hits to secure the victory.Rivera was 3 for 4 at the plate with a double, two runs scored and two RBI, while freshman Elicia Gonzales went 3 for 4 at the plate with a double, a run scored and a run batted in for the Seahawks. Sophomore Taylor Frederick doubled on a 2-for-3 performance with an RBI, while Lilly Renteria, a sophomore, was 1 for 4 with a double. Freshman Brooke Smith picked up her first triple of the year.Freshman pitcher Kassandra Vargas started the game on the hill, eventually throwing two innings, allowing two earned runs on two hits. Sophomore Jessica Saenz finished the game with a punctuation mark, holding NCTC to two runs on four hits over five innings to earn her first victory of the year. Lamar State sports informationFORT WORTH – Lamar State College Port Arthur nearly escaped with a sweep of its second day of play at the Cowtown Classic on Saturday. The Seahawks won their afternoon game over North Central Texas College 7-5 but just missed out on the sweep after falling to Weatherford College 3-2 in the early game.The Hawks are now 4-4 for the season with their first home doubleheader of the year coming on Tuesday when they face non-conference foe Bossier Parish Community College starting at 1 p.m. on Martin Field on the LSCPA campus.Weatherford College 3, Lamar State 2 Next UpThe Seahawks took a 1-0 lead in the fourth and added a run in the sixth but couldn’t hold on as Weatherford scored one in the fourth and two in the fifth for the win.The hot-hitting Seahawks went cold at the plate, managing just two hits, one by sophomore Olivia Rivera and a two-run double by freshman Rebecca Delome.Freshman pitcher Britni Hunt went the distance through six innings, taking the loss after allowing three earned runs on six hits. She hurled four strikeouts but gave up five walks in the effort.Lamar State 7, North Central Texas College 5last_img read more

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first_img Capt. Crystal Holmes with the JSCO said around 5:15 a.m. Tuesday morning an RV was reported fully engulfed in flames at In the Middle RV Park, 9017 Hillebrandt Road.It is unknown at this time if they are human or animal remains but investigators will treat the remains as human until otherwise notified. The remains have been transported to the morgue.The fire marshal was also on scene, Holmes said, and the investigation is early on.In the Middle RV Park is located between Port Arthur, Beaumont and Winnie, according to the park’s website. Investigators with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are investigating remains found in a burned recreational vehicle at an RV park.last_img

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first_img Those are both very serious, so here is some lighter foreign fare. Tel Aviv on Fire tells the story of a lowly Palestinian writer who finds success at a popular soap opera when he takes advice from the commander at the Israeli security checkpoint. I am also a big fan of Ash is Purest White, a tragicomedy about a woman who watches her life rise thanks to her gangster-boyfriend, and then fall apart when she goes to prison for him. This was almost on my list of top 10 films of the year.Finally, a fun little indie gem, Brittany Runs a Marathon, is the charming story of an average young woman who decides to get her life in order as she trains to run a marathon. Jillian Bell stars in this delightful comedy.Movie reviews by Sean, “The Movie Guy,” are published each week in “The Port Arthur News” and seen weekly on KFDM and Fox4. Sean welcomes your comments via email at [email protected] Yesterday and Blinded by the Light played in our local theaters, but they weren’t widely seen. Both films are a lot of fun, especially for fans of the Beatles and Bruce Springsteen. Appealing to classic rock fans is the documentary, Echo in the Canyon, which explores the explosion of pop music that came out Laurel Canyon in the mid-60s. With performances and interviews with Tom Petty, Brian Wilson, David Crosby, Eric Clapton, Beck, Fiona Apple, Nora Jones and more, this is a fascinating look at music history.Speaking of documentaries, there are several that you might want to check out. Apollo 11 obviously delves into America’s space program with never-seen-before footage that is both visually stunning and emotionally rousing. Down on earth we have The Biggest Little Farm, the story of a young couple that decides to start an ecologically balanced farm — it’s a siren call to anybody who has ever felt the need to quit the rat race and get back in communion with nature.For something with some more emotional fireworks, look at For Sama and The Cave. Both are harrowing, foreign language looks at the brave men and women running hospitals while under siege in Syria. These are shocking, cinematic gut-punches, and two of the best documentaries from last year.If Parasite proved that American audiences would watch foreign language films, then I have several other great films to recommend. At the top of my list is Portrait of a Lady on Fire, a visually stunning tale of forbidden love in France in the 1700s. Also, acclaimed filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar reteams with Antonio Banderas in Pain and Glory, the story of a Spanish filmmaker examining his past in search for meaning in his art. The Coronavirus is forcing Hollywood to take a sabbatical, meaning that there won’t be any new movies to see until May, at the earliest.You shouldn’t be going out to the theater, but watching movies at home is perfectly fine. If there’s a silver lining to this crisis, perhaps it’s that movie fans will get a chance to catch up on their movie watch list. With that in mind, allow me to suggest some of the best films from last year that you might have missed.center_img 2019 was filled with some wonderfully feel-good movies that had music as their center.Perhaps my favorite is Wild Rose, the story of a recently paroled Scottish woman who embarks on an improbable country music career. Newcomer Jessie Buckley shines thanks to solid acting and superb singing. I saw this film months ago, but I still find the haunting song “Glasgow” echoing in my head all this time later.Another favorite is Hearts Beat Loud, the story of a father who starts a band with his daughter just as she’s getting ready to leave for college. Online success complicates their relationship in this fun family drama that’s also a story of rock stardom dreams.last_img read more

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first_imgNEDERLAND — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday morning that George Finne has been located and is back with family — “Thank you for all of the help.” The Sheriff’s Office was asking for the public’s assistance in locating Finne because of a “welfare concern.”His last known contact was to his mother on July 4, using the phone at the Express Mart at Beauxart Garden and Highway 69 in Nederland.He had told his mother that he was walking to Beaumont.last_img

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first_imgThe Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Pass and ID Office provides administrative assistance for all service members (active/reserve), retirees and family members of service members, government employees and contractors. The PID Office is off of Fleming Road, adjacent to the Main Gate in Building 3010, Room 33.General InformationThe PID Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday for registration of vehicles, day passes, 30-day passes, Defense Biometric ID System (DBIDS) and ID cards. The PID Office is closed the second Thursday of the month from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. for training. The PID Office is closed on all federal holidays.For general administrative requirements, visit Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s website at www.albany.marines.mil. Click on Resources, followed by MCLB Offices and Staff, and then click on Pass and ID. Finally, click on whatever service is needed under PID.To schedule or cancel an online appointment with Pass and ID, visit Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s website. Click on Resources, followed by MCLB Offices and Staff, and then click on Pass and ID. Under the ID card center, click on the blue appointment scheduler link.Registration of Motor Vehicles, MotorcyclesMarine Corps installations no longer issue vehicle decals; however, permanently assigned personnel must register their vehicles at the PID office. The following documents must be presented at the time of registration:A valid armed forces military identification card, armed forces spouse’s ID card, family member identification card, civilian employee identification card or RAPIDGate PIV-card.A valid state operator’s license for the class of vehicle being registered.A valid motor vehicle state certification of registration. An applicant who is not the owner of the vehicle may submit a consent to drive form which must be notarized.A valid liability insurance policy conforming to the requirements established under Georgia state law.If the applicant is a military member younger than the age of 26, a certificate showing completion of military driver’s improvement course is required.Military personnel, younger than 26, are required to participate in a driver’s improvement course (Alive at 25), in accordance with Marine Corps Order 5100.19F. The Base Safety Office administers this course.In addition, the Base Safety Office administers the Motorcycle Safety Course, which is required to register a motorcycle aboard the base for active-duty service members only. The Base Safety Office can be reached at 229-639-7050.All personnel permanently assigned to MCLB Albany and/or tenant organizations and all civilian employees are required to register their motor vehicles within 30 days of reporting to the installation.SponsorshipSponsors are responsible for the action of their guests at all times. At no point should a guest be unaccounted for while aboard the installation. Contractors (permanent party) with CAC access may sponsor contractors (business-related) and guests aboard the installation. The following personnel may sponsor individuals aboard the installation:Active-duty/retired personnel and their family members may sponsor guests aboard the installation.DOD civilians may sponsor contractors (business-related) and guests aboard the installation. Short-term service providers, who require access for less than 72 hours, may be sponsored aboard the installation. Sponsors are required to escort the service providers. Service providers requiring unescorted access will be directed to the Pass and ID Office for vetting and background.MCCS employees may sponsor contractors (business-related) and guests aboard the installation. MCCS employees may sponsor non-CAC contractor’s family members (spouses and children, if the contractor is deployed and only for the duration of the deployment). In these cases, the family members will need to be vetted.Veterans’ AdministrationAll VA patients will be directed through the VA Eligibility Clerk at Building 3010, Room 5 for processing. The following is the procedure for base access:The VA Eligibility Clerk will conduct a query which will reveal if the veteran has an outstanding want and warrant, is a registered sex offender or if they are on active probation or parole.Once the query is completed and no disqualifiers are revealed, the VA patient will be issued a base hologram which will be affixed on their Veterans’ Administration card for the calendar year.In the event a VA patient is accompanied by another adult defined as a person 18 years of age or older, those persons will also be subject to the same vetting requirements as previously stated. If a query of an associate/occupant reveals a disqualifier, current policy procedures are applicable i.e. deny access or detain in the case of a want/warrant.Visitor’s PassAll visitors, except those attending command-sponsored events, will obtain a base visitor pass from Pass and ID (during business hours) or the Main Gate sentry (after business hours). The following credentials are required for issuance of a day-pass:A valid federal or state government identification containing a photograph.Current/existing state identification and other government-issued IDs are both acceptable forms of credentials.If driving a motor vehicle, a valid driver’s license, vehicle registration and proof of insurance.Sponsors are required to identify names, vehicle information, dates of visit and purpose to designed installation personnel when requesting to sponsor an individual(s) aboard the installation. Sponsors are responsible for the conduct of their visitors during their time aboard the installation.Nongovernmental delivery personnel requiring access to the installation may be issued a pass not to exceed 30 days. Passes may be renewed at 30-day intervals not to exceed six months. Security personnel shall inspect delivery vehicles at the designated commercial entry control point.To further regulate access control, National Crime Information Center queries shall be conducted of all persons entering the installation, except for command sponsored event attendees. These queries may include driver’s license, wants and warrants, and/or criminal history.Navy Federal Credit Union members who have no other base affiliation will not be allowed to sponsor guests aboard the installation. NFCU members will be allowed access to the credit union only and for the amount of time required to conduct their business upon display of account documentation and obtaining a visitor pass. Base access for nonaffiliated NFCU members shall be limited to business banking hours. In addition, want/warrants inquiries will be conducted on all NFCU members before a day-pass is written.Pet RegistrationLincoln Military Housing handles pet registration for housing residents only. New residents are required to provide a picture of their pets, up-to-date shot records and to microchip their pets if they choose to live in on-base housing.Weapons RegistrationPersonnel registering weapons are required to read Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Base Order 5530.2, Private Owned Weapons, Ammunition and Explosives. Registrants will be required to fill out a Firearm Regulations Acknowledgement Form and adhere to the following:All individuals residing aboard MCLB Albany must register all privately owned firearms with the Pass and ID Office within 10 working days of initially bringing the weapons on base.Firearms must be stored in a gun safe or strongbox capable of being locked with a key or combination lock. Ammunition must be secured separately from firearms in a container capable of being locked with a key or combination lock.Under no circumstances will any firearm or ammunition be accessible to children, without close parental supervision.All firearms will remain unloaded until actually participating in an authorized recreational shoot or during hunting of designated areas.When transporting privately owned firearms and ammunition aboard the base, the firearm must be equipped with a trigger lock or cable lock and secured in a locked case/department.Under no circumstance will firearms, weapons or ammunition be permanently stored in a privately owned vehicle aboard the base.Carrying a concealed weapon is prohibited aboard the base.No weapons are allowed in the barracks.Violation of this order by military personnel is punishable as violation of Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and can subject the violator to court-martial or other judicial or administrative action. Individuals not subject to the UCMJ who fail to comply are subject to adverse administrative action or criminal prosecution as authorized by reference U.S. Navy Regulation 1159 18 U.S.C. 921-929. Violations by other individuals may subject the violator to trial in the federal courts for violation of 18 U.S.C. 921-929.last_img read more

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first_imgMISSIONThe National Center for Credibility Assessment is the federal center for credibility assessment education, oversight, research and development. NCCA supports 28 DOD and federal agencies in addition to war-fighter elements by:• Providing initial education and training to qualify federal personnel for certification in credibility assessment technologies.• Training the war-fighter on credibility assessment screening devices.• Managing the continuing education certification program for all federal agencies.• Managing the quality assurance program that develops, implements and provides oversight of standards for the federal credibility assessment programs.• Researching, investigating, developing, validating and fielding credibility assessment tools that increase and enhance operational capabilities.• Providing strategic support to intelligence and law enforcement operations and investigations in the form of advice, analysis and assistance.THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF NCCAThe original U.S. Army Polygraph School was established in 1951 as part of the Provost Marshal General School at Fort Gordon, Georgia, and graduated its first class that same year. In September 1962, the Provost Marshal School was redesignated the U.S. Army Military Police School, known as USAMPS, and the Army Polygraph School remained under the auspices of USAMPS. In 1975, USAMPS and its polygraph school transferred to Fort McClellan, Alabama.In 1985, Congress passed a bill directing and authorizing the secretary of defense to institute a program of counterintelligence polygraph examinations for military, civilian and contractor personnel whose duties involved access to classified and highly sensitive compartmented information.In August 1985, the deputy secretary of defense signed a memorandum designating the secretary of the Army as executive agent for polygraph training within the DOD; and in November 1986, USAMPS Polygraph School was realigned and designated as the DOD Polygraph Institute, known as DODPI. Shortly thereafter, DODPI transitioned from a vocational and technical polygraph training school to an educational institution.In September 1991, the secretary of the Army executive agency responsibility was eliminated and changed the authority, direction and control of DODPI to the assistant secretary of defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence.In June 1993, the Joint Security Commission was formed to address security concerns within the federal government, specifically within the intelligence and defense communities. One of the recommendations was to consolidate the CIA Polygraph School with DODPI to form a polygraph institute that would conduct all polygraph education and training of government polygraph examiners. Another recommendation was that DODPI be the executive agent for a robust, interagency-coordinated and centrally funded research program concentrating on developing valid and reliable security and applicant screening tests; investigating countermeasures; and conducting developmental research on polygraph techniques, instrumentation and analytical methods.In May 1999, operational responsibilities for DODPI were placed under the Defense Security Service. As part of the Base Realignment and Closure, in June 1999, DODPI moved to its present location at Fort Jackson.In July 2000, the DODPI polygraph education program was recognized for transferrable graduate credit by Argosy University, Washington, D.C.In December 2002, DODPI was functionally transferred from the Defense Security Service to the newly established Counterintelligence Field Activity. DODPI operationally fell under the Counterintelligence Field Activity on Oct. 1, 2003.In January 2003, DODPI was accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award a certificate of graduate study in the psychophysiological detection of deception. Several universities now accept the program’s coursework for graduate credit.On Jan. 25, 2007, the deputy secretary of defense signed a directive renaming DODPI the Defense Academy for Credibility Assessment, or DACA, a name representing the full spectrum of credibility assessment missions.On Aug. 3, 2008, DACA transitioned under the operational control of the Defense Intelligence Agency.The undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence recommended the redesignation of DACA as the NCCA, stating “formal designation of DACA as a national center acknowledges congressional recognition of DACA as the leader for federal credibility assessment issues and provides a clear focal point for this discipline within the federal government.” The recommendation to designate the organization as the NCCA was approved by the deputy secretary for defense Aug. 26, 2010.On Sept. 20, 2012, the director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, endorsed the NCCA as “the office of primary responsibility across the executive branch for polygraph examiner education and training, continuing education certification, quality assurance programming and credibility assessment research.”last_img read more

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first_imgFederal JobsVisit www.usajobs.gov to search for Department of Defense jobs at in Burlington and Ocean counties in New Jersey.NAF JobsFor information about service jobs, including openings in lodging, child care, recreation areas and more, visit Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst’s Human Resource Office in Building 2903, Falcon Lane. For more information, call 609-754-3459 or visit https://gomdl.com/activities/employment.Exchange JobsFor Base Exchange jobs, visit the AAFES career page at http://odin.aafes.com/employment and search for Fort Dix and McGuire Air Force Base.Search for jobs at Lakehurst Navy Exchange and Navy Lodge at www.mynavyexchange.com/work4us.last_img

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first_imgRobins AFB Legal Office215 Page Road Suite 186 Building 215Robins AFB, GA 31098Phone: 1 (478) 926-9276Robins AFB Legal Office Hours (By appointment only)Tuesday: 1300 to 1500Thursday: 0900 to 1100Robins AFB Library620 Ninth St. Building #905Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1 (719) 556-7462Robins AFB Library HoursMonday: 0900 to 1700Tuesday: 0900 to 1900Wednesday: 0900 to 1900Thursday: 0900 to 1900Friday: 0900 to 1600Saturday and Sunday: Closed IntroductionWelcome to Robins Air Force Base, located in the community of Warner Robins, Georgia. The base hosts a population of about 1,500 on its 6,935 acres. It’s the largest single industrial site in the entire state of Georgia.Warner Robins is a growing city supported by Robins AFB and the families that the base brings to the area, making the city a true military town. You will find a close-knit community here in Warner Robins. The area has a wide range of outdoor activities and still isn’t too far off from Atlanta that could provide a destination for a weekend trip.We hope this guide helps you get settled in your new base and helps take some of the stress from moving away. Find out all you need to know about what you’ll be in for by reading our Robins AFB in-depth welcome center guide.Where Is Robins AFB?Google Map ViewGetting There – Directions to the BaseEntering Robins AFB and Base AmenitiesCheck-in Procedures for Incoming PersonnelRobins AFB Visitor CenterRobins AFB DEERS OfficeRobins AFB Gate HoursRobins AFB CommissaryRobins AFB ExchangeRobins AFB Barber ShopsRobins AFB Post OfficeRobins AFB Finance OfficeRobins AFB Legal OfficeRobins AFB LibraryRobins AFB Hotels Hotels Near Robins AFB, GAWarner Robins is home to many hotel options, especially near Robins AFB. We’ve selected a few for you to consider if you need a stay at one of the hotels near base.Comfort Inn & Suites95 GA-247 South,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 225-0365SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western102 Rigby Dr,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 918-0046Ramada by Wyndham & Suites Warner Robins2024 Watson Blvd,Warner Robins, GA 31093Phone: 1 (478) 225-4775Courtyard by Marriott Warner Robins589 Carl Vinson Pkwy,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 602-6200Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott221 Margie Dr,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 953-4200Hot Tip: Download MyBaseGuide’s Robins AFB Military Relocation Guide for information about hotels nearby.Where Should I Live Near Robins AFB?If you’re considering living on base, check out the available on-base housing options. Otherwise, read on to find out more about living off base.Cities Near Robins Air Force BaseRobins Air Force Base is located in the very heart of Georgia in the city of Warner Robins. The base’s immediate radius has a few options on where to live and offers everything from classic southern countryside to metropolitan living. You will be in the metro area of Warner Robins, but nearby you will have the city of Macon just 15 miles north of the base.Best Places to Live Near Robins Air Force BaseWarner RobinsThe most obvious choice is sometimes one of the best choices too. Robins AFB is in the Warner Robins metro area, which makes it the most convenient option to set up residence. Warner Robins is in the process of expansion. It was once a part of a greater Warner Robins-Macon metro area but has recently been made its own. There are plans to increase the growth of a central downtown area to promote shopping and entertainment.MaconAbout 15 miles north of Warner Robins is the city of Macon. Another great location to consider, Macon has a historic downtown area and features plentiful outdoor activities. If you want to get away on a nature hike or just head down to one of the local open-air produce markets or orchards, Macon won’t let you down.Hot Tip: Look for Robins AFB homes and apartments for rent or sale, and find BAH, PCS, TLA & ETS military housing information at AHRN.com.Robins AFB SchoolsRobins AFB has multiple options for schooling for families with children of all schooling ages. Although Robins AFB doesn’t have any schools actually on base, there are still plenty of options near base. If you live on base with school-aged kids, they will attend either Linwood Elementary, Huntington Middle, or Warner Robins High School in the Houston County Public School district. Off base, there are 23 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, and 6 high schools in this district.Robins AFB WeatherIn the heart of the south, you are sure to get humidity. The summers are hot, muggy, and humid. They typically last a long time as opposed to the relatively short winters in comparison, which are typically fairly mild and wet. Over the course of a year, the temperature ranges usually stay within 40 degrees to 95 degrees Fahrenheit, rarely going outside of this range.Things to Do Near Robins AFBRobins AFB is in the center of Georgia and has some great outdoor activities for all ages. From parks to lakes to trails for outdoor adventures, you are sure to find something you love. There’s no shortage of history in the area either. The Museum of Aviation is right on base. Nearby in the city of Macon, you can also explore the historic downtown area. Atlanta is also a weekend trip away if you want to escape to a larger metro area for a few days.Suggested Read: 15 Of the Best Things to Do Near Robins AFBHot Tip: Connect with military-trusted businesses and deals exclusively for Robins AFB at MyBaseGuide.ConclusionRelocating can be a stressful experience, but we hope this guide has given you a clearer picture of the area surrounding Robins AFB. We hope that you find your next adventure here around the base, whether in one of the close-knit communities of Warner Robins or exploring the southern heartland. The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. Robins AFB Commissary923 Macon Street Building #923Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1(478) 222-7616Robins AFB Commissary HoursSunday: 1000 – 1800Monday: CLOSEDTuesday – Friday: 0900 – 1800Saturday: 1000 – 1800Robins AFB BXRobins Air Force Base ExchangeBldg 982 Macon StRobins AFB, GA 31098Phone: 1 (478) 923-5536Robins AFB Exchange HoursMonday-Saturday: 0900-1900Saturday and Sunday: 1000-1800center_img Robins AFB Barber Shops982 Macon St.Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1 (478) 923-5421Robins AFB Main Exchange Barber Shop HoursMonday-Friday: 0900-1700Saturday: 0900-1600Sunday: ClosedRobins Post OfficeRobins Air Force Base Post Office740 Macon St Ste 100Warner Robins, GA 31098-2206Phone: 1 (478) 926-3078Robins AFB Post Office HoursMonday – Friday: 0900 to 1700Saturday and Sunday: ClosedRobins AFB Finance455 Byron Street,Robins AFB, GA 31098Phone: 1 (478) 926-4022Robins AFB Finance Office HoursMonday-Friday: 0830 to 1500Saturday-Sunday: ClosedNOTE: The Finance Office is closed every first Wednesday of the month from 0800 to 1130. Entering Robins AFB and Base AmenitiesAll drivers on base must have a valid military ID, veterans or retiree ID, a valid driver’s license, and a valid driver’s insurance card. For visitor’s passes, head to the Visitor’s Center near Gate 3 and sign in.Check-in Procedures for Incoming PersonnelAny military members entering the base can enter through Gate 3 that is open 24 hours a day. All active-duty military personnel must use the arrival point in the unit Commander Support Staff. Outside of normal duty hours, report to the Robins Lodging Office in building 557.Robins Air Force Base Visitor CenterRobins AFB Welcome and Visitor CenterOak Ave,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 926-4208Hours:Monday – Friday: 0730 – 1530Saturday and Sunday: ClosedFederal Holidays: ClosedRobins AFB DEERS OfficeRobins AFB ID Card & DEERS Office660 Macon Street Building #767Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1 (478) 327-5666Robins AFB ID Card & DEERS Office HoursMonday-Friday – 0730 – 1530Saturday/Sunday – ClosedFederal Holidays – ClosedRobins AFB Gate HoursRobins AFB has 3 three gates for three points of access. The West gate is considered the Main Gate into Robins AFB.Gate 3, the Watson gate: Open 24/7Gate 1, the Green Street gate: Mon-Fri (except holidays) 0500 to 1800Gate 4, the truck gate: Mon-Fri (except holidays) 0600 to 1800Gate 14, the Russell Parkway gate: Open every day 0500 to 2200Gate 5, the MLK Boulevard gate: Closed TemporarilyGate 15, the Air National Guard gate: Closed Where Should I Live Near Robins AFB?What Schools are Near Robins AFB?What’s the Weather Like in Robins AFB?Things to Do Around Robins AFBCOVID-19 NoticeDue to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, many businesses, venues, and parks may be temporarily closed or operating under restricted hours. Therefore, a place we mention here may not currently be open or available for the time being. Check individual websites, there’s no shortage of accessibility getting around the area.Where Is Robins AFB Located?Robins Air Force Base Welcome & Visitors CenterOak Ave,Warner Robins, GA 31088Hours:Monday-Friday – 0730-1530Saturday/Sunday – ClosedFederal Holidays – ClosedRobins AFB MapDirections to Robins AFBDriving DirectionsFrom Warner RobinsHead East on Watson BlvdContinue across US 129Enter through Robins AFB through Gate 3From AtlantaTake I-75 SouthMerge onto GA-247 S/US-41 S/Pio Nono Ave toward Warner RobinsTurn right onto US-129 S/Houston RdTurn left onto Watson BlvdContinue straight and enter through Robins AFB through Gate 3From Middle Georgia Regional AirportFollow Airport Dr, Industrial Park Dr and Industrial Park Dr Exd to US-129 STurn right onto US-129 STurn left onto Watson BlvdContinue straight and enter through Robins AFB through Gate 3Greyhound Bus StationTake I-75 N toward MaconMerge onto GA-247CONN/Centerville RdContinue straight onto Watson BlvdContinue straight and enter through Robins AFB through Gate 3AmtrakUnfortunately, there are no Amtrak lines that service Warner Robins.Flights To Robins Air Force BaseThe closest airport to Robins AFB is the Middle Georgia Regional Airport. For a larger airport, you will have to look to Atlanta and the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.Robins AFB Transportation OfficeRobins Air Force Base Household Goods/Transportation Office375 Terry Street Building #914Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1 (478) 222-0119Hours:Monday: 0800 to 1600Tuesday: 0800 to 1430Wednesday – Friday: 0800 to 1600Saturday and Sunday: Closedlast_img read more

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