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Warner Robins Air Logistic Complex commander, Brig Gen Jon Eberlan

Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex
Change of Command

  • Published June 29, 2022
  • By Tommie Horton
  • 78th Air Base Wing Public Affairs


The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex held a change of command ceremony June 28, 2022, at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. Outgoing Commander Brig. Gen. Jennifer Hammerstedt relinquished command after having served the Complex since July 2020. Incoming Commander Brig. Gen. Jon Eberlan accepted leadership of the Complex during the ceremony, which was presided over by Lt. Gen. Tom Miller, Air Force Sustainment Center commander.

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change of command ceremony June 28, 2022.



Air Force hosts service chiefs to discuss JADC2

  • Published June 29, 2022
  • Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs


Reemphasizing a critical joint partnership in all-domain warfare, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr. met with his fellow service chiefs from the ArmyNavyMarine Corps and Space Force June 24 to share advancements and discuss the way forward as the services work together to continue cultivating common ground on Joint All-Domain Command and Control.

The meeting focused on the Defense Department’s progress and projections for JADC2 in order to identify opportunities for the services to align their developmental efforts and to identify the obstacles that may frustrate moving forward to achieve the objectives of JADC2 in support of the joint force.

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Gov. Kemp Applauds Ocmulgee EMC and Conexon Connect Partnership Announcement to Expand Broadband in Central Georgia

Staff Report- Middle Georgia CEO

Wednesday, June 29th, 2022

Ocmulgee EMC announced plans today to transform life for its members by partnering with Conexon Connect to provide access to reliable, affordable, high-speed fiber broadband service.

"When I ran for Governor in 2018, I promised to bring opportunity to all Georgians, no matter their zip code," said Governor Brian Kemp. "We've seen vast expansions of broadband internet access across rural Georgia, connecting our citizens to a wide network of resources and opening doors. I commend Ocmulgee EMC and Conexon for this exciting public-private partnership and their commitment to creating value for their communities."

Conexon Connect is an internet service provider created and managed by rural fiber-optic network design and construction management leader Conexon. Ocmulgee EMC is teaming up with Conexon Connect to launch and deploy a network that could span up to 2,100 miles of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), providing high-speed internet access to up to 8,000 members in Laurens, Dodge, Bleckley, Pulaski and Telfair counties in central Georgia. Made possible by a $19 million grant funded through the American Rescue Plan Act, the ultimate goal of the project will be to provide all of Ocmulgee EMC’s membership with fiber internet, dependent on funding availability. Breaking ground in September of 2022, the first customers are expected to be connected in early 2023 with project completion estimated at 2-4 years.

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AFSC Creates Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility Council

  • Published June 24, 2022
  • By Angela Startz
  • Air Force Sustainment Center Public Affairs


Continuing their dedication to ensuring all Airmen, uniformed and civilian, have the ability to succeed in their careers, the Air Force Sustainment Center recently created a strategic board and a working group for the evaluation and implementation of diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility practices. The newly formed groups will include representatives from all AFSC sites, including Hill Air Force Base, Robins Air Force Base, Scott Air Force Base, Tinker Air Force Base.

“We need talent as diverse as the challenges we face as a nation,” said AFSC Commander Lt. Gen. Tom Miller in his memo accompanying the charter. “We must continue to break down barriers to ensure we have a military and civilian workforce that looks like the country we serve. This is how we will succeed in facing our future challenges.”

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Robins Airman working to bring innovative tool to Air Force




Story by Kisha Johnson 

78th Air Base Wing Public Affairs  


ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, GA. – Innovation and collaboration are two concepts Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., believes makes the impossible possible to accelerate technological advancements.
And in that spirit, Tech. Sgt. Darnell Head is fine tuning a gadget that will help his team at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia work smarter and not harder.
Head is the Airframe Powerplant, General master instructor for the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System Aircraft.
The Tchula, Mississippi, native is a part of the 373rd Training Squadron Detachment 6, falls under the 82nd Training Wing at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.
“This would be one extra thing to help reduce injuries and allow us to work faster too,” said Head.

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