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The Secretary of the Air Force visited Robins Air Force this week get a first-hand look at the work there.

According to a base news release, Deborah Lee James met with active duty, Guard, Reserve, civilians and contractors at Central Georgia's biggest employer.

They say she shared her three priorities: "Taking care of people, balancing today's readiness with tomorrow's modernization and the importance of making every dollar count."

According to the base, James visited Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command, the 78 Air Base Wing, the 116th and 461st Air Control wings (JSTARS), the Air Logistics Complex and met with commanders of the various base units.

No public events were scheduled for James during the visit.

According to the Air Force web site,.James has 30 years of experience in homeland security and national security posts, including serving as Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs for five years under President Bill Clinton.


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