Commander of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon called "perfection the only benchmark."
After three months at Robins, McMahon gave a report on the state of affairs to the 21st Century Partnership.
He told the group of about 40 people that "good isn't good enough."
McMahon talked about issues he says "make him lose sleep at night." He said, "The buck stops with me to make it a safe and secure work environment for our people."
He openly chatted about how he's "aggressively addressing" 39 citations from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
McMahon said, "We've got to take what appeared to be lemons, and that is finding the issues we had. We got to turn it into lemonade, which is making this a model base."