The Air Force is moving closer to carrying out its reorganization of Air Force Materiel Command by Oct. 1, the Warner Robins Patriot reported.
The command plans to scale down from 12 centers to 5, including converting the depots at Robins AFB, Ga., Tinker AFB, Okla., and Hill AFB, Utah, to air logistics complexes. The command is aiming to achieve “initial operational capability” by Oct. 1.
Several congressionally mandated reports have been completed and Air Force headquarters is expected to approve the changeover in May, according to the story.
“In early summer, the Air Force Sustainment Center will be stood up at Tinker AFB. Air Logistics Centers at Tinker, Robins and Hill Air Force Bases will then be redesignated air logistics complexes reporting to the Air Force Sustainment Center,” said officials at Robins.