Complex prepares for future workload through employee development | Arts & Culture
When the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex hired a wave of external employees from 2010 to 2011, a formal training program at the time focused on sheet metal and aircraft mechanics.
The intensive two-year program's success was due to the dedication of many across Robins, including supervisors who worked closely with trainees to combine both classroom teaching and on-the-job training. Trainees in the program eventually were promoted to the WG-10 level.
A total of 150 sheet metal mechanics and 128 aircraft mechanics completed their respective formal training, actively supporting aircraft maintenance and modifications on the C-5, C-17, C-130 and F-15 weapon systems.