WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – It's back to work for more than 4,000 furloughed civilian employees at Robins Air Force Base.
According to Chrissy Miner with the 21st Century Partnership, the base has issued recalls for all the civilian employees to return to work on Monday morning.
Bargaining unit employees have the option to report back on Monday or Tuesday.
On Saturday, 400,000 civilian employees were ordered by the Pentagon to return to work. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel made the decision based on the Pentagon's new interpretation of the 'Pay Our Military' Act. The Defense Department said "most" were being brought back.