WARNER ROBINS -- The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex will get a new commander Aug. 11.
The base announced Tuesday that will be the date Brig. Gen. Walter Lindsley will assume command from Brig. Gen. Cedric George.
George has served as commander for two years and was the first commander of the unit formed as part of an Air Force Materiel Command reorganization. The complex is the largest unit at Robins and performs heavy maintenance on the C-130, F-15, C-5 and C-17 aircraft.
Currently the director of staff at Air Force Materiel Command, Lindsley is in charge of managing daily operations and resources of AFMC headquarters.
He is a 32-year veteran who started out as an enlisted man and served as a commander in a Afghanistan.
George is leaving Robins to take a position at Air Force headquarters as director of system integration for the office of Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Installations and Mission Support.
The ceremony will take place at the Museum of Aviation’s Century of Flight hangar at 2 p.m. Aug. 11.
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