The Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters at Robins will lose 258 positions, but that doesn't mean 258 pink slips.
The Secretary of the Air Force announced a new round of budget-cutting Monday.
Some say that may not hit Robins Air Force Base as hard as it sounds.
Chrissy Miner, Interim CEO of the 21st Century Partnership, echoed comments from an Air Force Reserve spokesman.
She said many of the cuts there, may not mean actual workers losing jobs.
While still a loss to the community, many could come from unfilled vacancies.
Miner said, "If there is somebody in that job they might offer them some early retirement incentives, or separation incentives, or they might move them to another job. But bottom line, 258 jobs that could have been there, won't be there anymore."