LCAT results tell story of Center progress, success Published Jan. 22, 2010 By Wayne Crenshaw 78th Air Base Wing Public Affairs ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center showed marked improvement in a revisit last week by the Air Force Materiel Command's Logistics Compliance Assessment Team. The Center and the 638th Supply Chain Management Group, an associate unit here, both once again rated "satisfactory" in the revisit from the initial assessment in August, according to a memorandum from Deryl Israel, Center executive director. An overall satisfactory was the highest rating possible on the revisit. Furthermore, the revisit found improvements in several areas that were rated "marginal" in the August inspection. In the revisit only a couple of areas were identified as being in need of "greater management focus," Israel said. "It is evident that we learned from the prior assessment and have become better for it," Israel said. "As a result of this outcome, we will now be returned to our normal assessment cycle." The LCAT was made up of a team of 64 on the first visit, which was for two weeks. During the revisit, a team of 45 was here for one week, with the results announced in a briefing on Friday. "I'm thankful to our visitors for their hard work in making us better," Israel said. "Mostly, I am extremely proud of your efforts. My heartfelt thanks to all of you who have worked tirelessly to improve our operations and ensure our success along with what you do here every day for our nation."