The Air Force Materiel Command notified Warner Robins Air Logistics Center officials Friday that it received a satisfactory review from the command’s Logistics Compliance Assessment Team. The report was a marked improvement from a previous evaluation of the unit.
The LCAT inspected the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center’s operations from Aug. 10-21.
Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer, commanding general of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, was notified of the results during a morning conference. She immediately praised the results in a memorandum addressed to her work force.
“The results,” Peyer said, “show we’re clearly headed in the right direction.”
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“We do what we’re supposed to do, and we do it very well,” she added.
The evaluation was conducted by a 64-member team, looking at the safety and efficiency of the Air Logistics Center’s supply and maintenance operations.
The report is a victory for Peyer and her command. A similar evaluation in 2007 graded the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center as marginal, according to the Robins Rev-Up, Robins Air Force Base’s installation newspaper.
The LCAT rates operations on a five-tier grading system — outstanding, excellent, satisfactory, marginal and unsatisfactory.