Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (WRALC)


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450 Third Street #100
Robins AFB, GA 31098-1654
United States

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Robins Air Force Base, Ga., is named for Brigadier General Augustine Warner Robins, one of the Army Air Corps' first General Staff Officers, and Commander of the Air Corps' Materiel Division at Wright Field, Ohio, from 1935 to 1939. Warner Robins is one of three Air Logistics Centers that provide logistics support to the entire US Air Force. It determines the spare parts, supplies, and equipment needed to support the weapon systems and commodities for which it is responsible, including aircraft structures, avionics, communications, software, automatic test systems, vehicles, and other areas to support the Air Force mission. With the appropriate agreements in place, many of our repair, test and other facilities are available on a non-interference basis. Facilities on base include approximately 4.2 million square feet of maintenance shops, 1.8 million square feet of administrative space, and 3.7 million square feet of storage space. WR-ALC is the largest industrial complex in Georgia, with an annual payroll of over $1.2 billion.


As an integral part of the world's most respected Air and Space Force, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center is dedicated to the mission of providing combat capabilities for Department of Defense and allied nation war fighters through superior weapon systems sustainment and deployment of combat-ready forces. As one of three air logistics centers that provide logistics support to the entire U.S. Air Force; Warner Robins Air Logistics Center supports the goals and objectives of Air Force Material Command and other Air Force and Department of Defense activities. Our motto is "People First-Mission Always". The center provides various aspects of cradle- to-grave weapon systems management, sustainment, metrology and calibration services, and integrated logistics support for the F-15, C-5, C-17, C-130, U-2, E-8 (Joint Stars), and various special operations aircraft and helicopters. Similar support is provided for electronic warfare equipment, avionics, general purpose computers, support equipment, missiles, aircraft propellers and vehicles of various types. WR-ALC also conducts routine and emergency software programming of Air Force and other DOD and allied electronic warfare systems.

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