Robins Frontlines: Rebecca Cline
Robins Public Affairs
/ Published May 25, 2020
ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. --
Rebecca Cline, 560th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron management analyst, is essential to the C-130’s mission on Robins Air Force Base. Cline is a senior analyst who is responsible for the squadron’s execution review and the “Walk-the-Wall” charts. She meets the weekly group suspense by working closely with each flight to ensure all information provided is correct.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Cline assisted with multiple duties to ensure the 560th AMXS stayed safe during this challenging time. She put in long hours to help keep up with daily, weekly and monthly suspenses and requirements while fellow teammates were out on safety leave. She also compiled reports and ensured the accuracy of personnel on safety leave to send to the group level daily. Her superior multi-tasking skill also guaranteed that all normal duties were maintained with minimal impact to production.
“Becky is a great asset to the 560th AMXS and we could not have maintained normal production without her,” said Denise Trawick, 560 AMXS, Production Support Flight chief. “Her commitment and attitude to her team never failed, and her ‘outside the box’ thinking paid off in streamlining processes.”
For all you do at Team Robins … Thank You!