WARNER ROBINS -- General Atomics Systems Integration on Wednesday announced the opening of a new office that will support maintenance done at Robins Air Force Base.
The office will initially employ three people, and two more are expected to be added later this year, said David McGehee, the program manager of the office.
There is definitely going to be some additional growth, he said.
The office will provide engineering and maintenance services to the program offices at Robins for the C-15, C-130 and F-15 aircraft.
The office will also provide components for battery systems of remotely piloted aircraft. The battery systems are maintained at Robins.
The company held an open house Wednesday for the office, located at 605 Russell Parkway.