The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center plans to enter into an education partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Center Commander Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon and university President G.P. "Bud" Peterson plan to sign an education partnership agreement Wednesday.
The collaboration is meant to enhance study in areas like science and engineering and also to tap into academic opportunities at the university in Atlanta.
The center's executive director, Deryl Israel, says the partnership is "an investment in future leaders of Robins Air Force Base."
The base says leaders continue to look for educational opportunities to benefit Robins. They met with two members of the Georgia Board of Regents earlier this month.
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