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Air Force Sustainment Center commander visits Robins

Air Force Sustainment Center commander visits Robins

Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland visited Robins Air Force Base this week. It was his first visit to the base since taking command of the Air Force Sustainment Center. During his visit, the general toured the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, met with community leaders and took time to recognize employees for their contributions.

Air Force Sustainment Center commander visits Robins

Stacy Wood, WR-ALC chief of human resources management, briefs the One Stop Hiring Event gated process to Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, during Kirkland’s immersion tour of the base Aug. 29, 2018. The visit was Kirkland’s first at Robins as AFSC commander. Robins plans to hire 1,200 employees in 12 months by speeding up the process. Potential employees can be hired in 2.5 hours during a One Stop Hiring Event.

Air Force Sustainment Center commander visits Robins

Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, visited Robins Air Force Base’s Airman’s Refuge during his immersion tour of the base. The tour, Aug, 27-29, 2018, was his first at Robins as AFSC commander. During his visit, the general toured the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, met with community leaders and took time to recognize employees for their contributions. The Refuge is sponsored by the Robins Chapel and is intended to provide Airmen in the dormitories essential needs that might not already be provided to them.

Air Force Sustainment Center commander visits Robins

Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, visited Robins Air Force Base’s FAST FORWARD clinic during his immersion tour of the base. The tour, Aug, 27-29, 2018, was Kirkland’s first at Robins as AFSC commander. During his visit, Kirkland toured the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, met with community leaders and took time to recognize employees for their contributions. FAST FORWARD stands for First Aid Station, Treatment, and Forward Operating Rehabilitation of Workers Accentuating Restorative Dynamics. The 2,000-square-foot centrally located facility allows employees who work in industrial areas of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex access to health professionals, within a few minutes' walk from most work sites.

ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland visited Robins Air Force Base this week. It was his first visit to the base since taking command of the Air Force Sustainment Center. During his visit, the general toured the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, met with community leaders and took time to recognize employees for their contributions.