News | May 11, 2022

Site spotlight: Warner Robins

DLA Disposition Services

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Old equipment finds new home with DLA Disposition Services
ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- David Smith, Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services material examiner and identifier, show the variety of equipment available for sale at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Jan. 5, 2021. DLA Disposition Services Warner Robins provides the necessary outlet for local units to dispose of their excess and unserviceable equipment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Joseph Mather)
Photo By: Joseph Mather
VIRIN: 210105-F-ED303-1004
Site Name:
DLA Disposition Services, Warner Robins

Site Size: Large

Location: BLDG. 1602, 1200 Macon St. Warner AFB, GA 31098

Hours of Operations: Monday - Friday 0700 - 1530

What services does the site provide? Disposal Services, Scrap, Environmental, and RTD.

What are the major units supported at the site? All military installations within the South East region and Glynco (the headquarters for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center).

Has the site provided any humanitarian support, if so, what? Yes, during the pandemic we supplied body bags, and oxygen ventilators.

Does the site have any focus areas? Yes, training aids from multiple training facilities around Georgia.

Does the office have a quote, motto, or philosophy? We do daily send outs for inspirational quotes but nothing that is permanent.

Any special takes/influences on organizational culture? A mixed culture and bringing all aspects, beliefs and culture to the table. In the end, one family – one theme.

Are there any unique challenges the site faces? Yes. Dealing with two different distribution hubs and multiple training facilities in one state brings a lot of material into one area.

What are the goals for the site for the coming year? To provide proficient training to all new employees improving our stats and capabilities. We also look at working on everyone utilizing the “whole person” concept to better our employees while bettering the organization.

Is there anything unique about the site or unusual fact about the office? There is supposedly a Native American burial ground located across the street from our building. Some people claim the facility is haunted……

Does the site team do any volunteering? Nothing formal but discussions are underway about working at team building exercises once the pandemic is behind us.