Robins Air Force Base expected to lose more than 250 jobs

Robins Air Force Base expected to lose more than 250 jobs

The U.S. Air Force expects the loss of 258 positions at the Robins Air Force Base
WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - The United States Air Forces efforts to enhance efficiencies and trim its overhead may cost the Robins Air Force Base 258 jobs.

The U.S. Air Force Made the announcement Monday.

According to a news release the total project will generate $1.6 billion in savings over the next five years and  eliminate 3,459 positions.

21st Century Partnership Interim President and CEO Chrissy Miner says, "Although we expected some reductions with the consolidation of installations management, we want to ensure these cuts are in proportion with other Major Commands in the Air Force and have as little impact on Middle Georgia as possible."

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