Building a world-class machine
Triangulation helps air logistics complex streamline aircraft modifications
By Satya S. Chakravorty
The vision of Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex is to perform exceptionally and be recognized as a world-class machine. Among its many functions, the Georgia-based operation performs modifications on the Boeing C-17 Globemaster aircraft. Specifically, the vision articulates the continuous push to reach “true north” (perfection) by setting aggressive targets for quality, cost, safety and delivery improvements.
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