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  • New facility’s consolidation on track with P3I plan

    The "performance" part of the P3I initiative isn't just about people performing better. A better, more efficient building in which to work can play a big role in meeting the goal of improved performance. One example is the 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group's new Aircraft Component Repair Facility

  • Annual survey draws thousands of responses

    Results from the CheckMATE survey show continued improvement in employee-supervisor engagement in the 402nd Maintenance Wing. The anonymous 12-question survey by the independent polling group Gallup measures the level of engagement between employees and supervisors. The groups use the results to

  • Air Force program rewards ingenuity

    Do you think outside the box? Does hearing the phrase "Because that's the way we've always done it" make the veins in your neck pop out? If so, the Air Force may have up to a $10,000 check for you. The Innovative Development through Employee Awareness program, or IDEA, rewards military and civilian

  • ALC hands over last MC-130W

    The final MC-130W Combat Spear to be completed at Robins is headed to the warfighter. In a ceremony Tuesday, Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer, commander of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, officially turned the plane over to Lt. Gen. Donald Wurster, commander of Air Force Special Operations Command.

  • P3I: HVM key factor in improving ALC's processes

    You can't talk about the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center's "Process" focus area without mentioning High Velocity Maintenance. HVM is all about putting in place standard repeatable processes to dramatically reduce maintenance downtime for C-130s and eventually other aircraft. To date, the HVM team

  • Heritage bar area to close for renovations

    Renovations are scheduled to start Tuesday on the bar area of the Heritage Club. Bar activities will temporarily relocate to the Wellston Center behind Horizons. The renovations will not interfere with Pizza Depot, the barber shop, and other activities in the building. The four-month, $240,000

  • VPP: One unit's journey to become a Gold Site

    A dozen people recently showed up at the visitor's center in front of the 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group complex. They were there to put the 300-member 568th Electronics Maintenance Squadron, which works on avionics for the F-15 Eagle, through a rigorous examination to see if it was worthy of

  • 78th ABW welcomes new vice commander

    The 78th Air Base Wing welcomes Col. David Southerland as its new vice commander.Southerland entered the Air Force in 1981 as an enlisted member and was commissioned through officer training school in 1986. Southerland previously served as director of manpower and personnel at the Air Force Academy.

  • New ASW commander gets first salute

    Col. Howard "Chris" Davis became the new commander of the 330th Aircraft Sustainment Wing and 542nd Combat Sustainment Wing March 26 in a ceremony at the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight Hangar. Prior to this assignment, Davis served as commander of the 538th Aircraft Sustain-ment Group and