78TH AIR BASE WING
The wing has been supporting combat operations for more than 60 years. The base has incredible diversity in missions, ranging from operational flying wings to specialized support services. The wing is composed of four groups.
The 78th Mission Support Group manages and directs essential base operating support functions, which enable effective command, control and communications; law enforcement; security; civilian and military personnel; education services; family services; information management; child care and youth activities; community activities; lodging; fitness; food services; and mortuary affairs. The group provides base-level management of key logistics support and infrastructure to include vehicle management, supply fuels, and contingency planning and execution.
The 78th Air Base Wing Communications Directorate employs information technologies to enable the center to enhance war-fighter capabilities.
The 78th Civil Engineer Group is responsible for providing, operating, maintaining, restoring and protecting the managed assets of the Robins infrastructure and facilities, including environmental stewardship, real estate management, comprehensive and space management, energy and utility systems, roads and grounds, military family housing, facility maintenance and repair in-house and by contract, fire emergency services, and readiness and emergency management services.
The 78th Medical Group provides health care services for more than 47,000 military and civilian personnel.
WARNER ROBINS AIR LOGISTICS COMPLEX
The WR-ALC provides depot maintenance, engineering support and software development to major weapon systems (F-15, C-5, C-130, C-17 and Special Operations Forces aircraft). The complex achieves command objectives providing a capability and capacity to support peacetime maintenance requirements, wartime emergency demands, aircraft battle damage repair and a ready source of maintenance of critical items.
AIR FORCE LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT CENTER
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center is the single center responsible for total life cycle management of Air Force weapon systems. The center was activated in 2012 when the Air Force Materiel Command transitioned from 12 to five centers (a sixth center stood up in 2014). Key goals of the center are to improve weapon system acquisition and product support, simplify and reduce overhead structure, and eliminate redundancies by consolidating staff functions and processes. The center provides oversight of most program office personnel previously aligned in aerospace sustainment directorates at the former Air Logistics Centers at Robins Air Force Base; Hill Air Force Base, Utah; and Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma.