Military Notebook: Former, current Robins commanders nominated for brigadier general

January 11, 2014 

Two former top commanders and a current one at Robins Air Force Base have been nominated for promotion to brigadier general.

Col. Roy-Alan C. Agustin, currently serving as the command civil engineer and deputy director for installations and mission support, Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command at Robins, has been nominated for promotion.

Col. Mitchel Butikofer, former commander of the 78th Air Base Wing at Robins, and Col. Evan Miller, who served as the last commander of the 402nd Maintenance Wing, have both been nominated for promotion.

The nominations are subject to approval by the U.S. Senate, which is normally a formality.

Miller also served briefly as commander of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, prior to the center and the 402nd Maintenance Wing being dissolved as part of a reorganization. He was at Robins from May 2011 to June 2012. He currently is vice superintendent at the Air Force Academy.

Butikofer served at Robins from July 2011 to June 2013. He currently is director of policy and resources at the Office of Information Dominance and chief information officer, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, Pentagon, Washington.

Website to open for non-appropriated fund jobs

Job seekers will soon have an easier way to apply for non-appropriated fund jobs at Robins, according to a base release.

Non-appropriated fund jobs include those at operations such as the golf course, bowling alley, outdoor recreation facilities and Air Force clubs.

Starting Jan. 21, the release stated, the jobs will be posted at Users will be able to create a profile that includes work experience, military experience and education. Applicants can also upload a resume and other supporting documentation.

When users apply for specific vacancies, the applications will go directly to the servicing human resources office. The status of the application can also be checked online.

To contact writer Wayne Crenshaw, call 256-9725.

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