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.”
“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.