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  • 78th Medical Group restructures to maintain agile, combat ready force

    The 78th Medical Group recently executed a restructure of its Family Health Clinic to create two areas for patient care: one section laser-focused on Active Duty beneficiaries, and the other customized for all other beneficiaries.
  • 78th Air Base Wing Change of Command

    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, passes the 78th Air Base Wing guidon to Col. Brian Moore, 78th Air Base Wing commander, at the Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, July 10, 2019. As the new 78th ABW commander, Moore becomes responsible for the logistics, medical, civil
  • AFMC We Need team to conduct focus groups across enterprise

    The Air Force Materiel Command’s AFMC We Need team will travel to operating locations across the command footprint to conduct in-person focus groups beginning July 22. The AFMC We Need enterprise-wide initiative, launched in late June, seeks inputs and recommendations from AFMC civilian and military Airmen that can help posture the command to best support the National Defense Strategy today and in the decades to come.
  • Donovan stresses ‘Digital Air Force’s’ importance and necessity

    As outlined in a July white paper, the Digital Air Force initiative encompasses comprehensive changes to how the force gathers, uses and shares data.
  • Commentary: Innovation 'advances the ball'

    What does an organization need to do to ensure its Airmen are able to innovate at the enterprise level? How can the Air Force continue to nurture and grow an innovative mindset across the mission set? In support of the Air Force Materiel Command's 2019 Year of Innovation campaign, Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center commander Maj. Gen. Bradley D. Spacy offers his perspectives on innovation and what the AFIMSC is doing to ensure they continue to innovate for AFMC and the Air Force future.
  • AFMC launches “AFMC We Need” initiative

    In an effort to make certain the Air Force Materiel Command is ideally structured and resourced to support the National Defense Strategy, AFMC leadership has launched an enterprise-wide initiative that will empower its Airmen and civilians to help shape the future of the command.
  • F-15A becomes signature aircraft at Museum of Aviation

    About a year in the making, the F-15A aircraft that was on display in front of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex Headquarters building at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, has been undergoing repairs and refurbishment and having a new home prepared for it in front of the Museum of Aviation with prime visibility from Ga. Highway 247.
  • Complex Ribbon Cutting

    Air Force and community leaders conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the completion of phase one of the consolidated mission complex June 25, on Robins Air Force Base in Georgia. The overall project is divided into three phases. Phase I constructed a 92,000-square-foot, two-story administrative facility at a cost of $27.7 million. The new complex is located off of Robins Parkway, just south of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Phase I construction began in Feb. 2, 2018.
  • Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness visits Robins

    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Susan Edmonds, Commissary manager at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, gives a tour of her facility to James Stewart, who is performing the duties of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, June 24, 2019. Stewart performed a site visit at Robins to see the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, the Joint
  • ‘1200 in 12’ initiative success as final new hire pledges oath

    Andrea Tosolini, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex's 1,200th hire of its '1200 in 12' hiring initiative was sworn in June 24, 2019. The Florida native and 21-year Air Force veteran said getting the job was like winning the lottery. The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex announced its initiative during a press conference Aug. 15, 2018. The task at hand was to hire 1,200 new workers within 12 months, or by the end of fiscal 2019. At the time 7,200 personnel worked for the complex, providing maintenance and repair for several aircraft and components, as well as F-15 engineering.
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