Two major units at Robins Air Force Base, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center and the 402nd Maintenance Wing, received favorable reviews after a Unit Compliance Inspection last week by Air Force Material Command.
After a close look at how well the units adhered with Air Force Material Command regulations, both units were found to be “In-Compliance” after the week-long audit.
Unit Compliance Inspections grade units have three possible ratings: “In-Compliance,” “In-Compliance with Comments” and “Non-Compliant.”
The 78th Air Base Wing, the unit primarily charged with the day-to-day operations of Robins Air Force Base, was given a rating of “In-Compliance with Comments.”
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Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer, commanding general of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, was presented the results of the inspection Friday evening.
In a memo released Monday afternoon, Peyer’s deputy commander, Col. Robert M. Stambaugh, congratulated Robins Air Force Base airmen for making the best out of the “opportunity to shine in front of inspectors from our higher headquarters.” Stambaugh did note that “the inspections did reveal we still have some room for improvement in a number of areas, which you’ll hear more about in the weeks ahead.”
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