WARNER ROBINS -- Col. Evan Miller, commander of the 402nd Maintenance Wing, will serve as interim commander of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center after Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon retires Friday.
Base spokeswoman Chrissy Miner confirmed Tuesday that Miller has been designated the interim center commander. He will serve in the role until the new Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex is established sometime this summer. An exact date for that has not been determined, Miner said.
At that point Brig. Gen. (select) Cedric George will become commander of the Air Logistics Complex and would be the top commander on base.
Under Air Force Materiel Commands reorganization plan, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center is being abolished, and the 402nd Maintenance Wing will become the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex.
McMahon and Miller have guided a turnaround that has led to significant improvements in safety and on-time production rates.
McMahon will retire in a ceremony to be held at the Museum of Aviation at 10 a.m. Friday.
Miller is a 1988 graduate of the Air Force Academy and has served as commander of the 402nd since May 2011.
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