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Augustine Warner Robins

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General Augustine Warner Robins (September 29, 1882 – June 16, 1940) is often credited as the Father of Logistics in the modern United States Air Force, then known as the Army Air Corps. He was instrumental in the establishment of the first official and workable Air Force supply maintenance and accountability system, and helped establish official guidelines for the training of logistics officers, NCOs, and civilians working for the Air Force. He is the namesake of the city of Warner Robins, Georgia. Robins was born in Gloucester Courthouse, Virginia, in 1882. His parents were Col. William Todd Robins, the commander of the 24th Virginia Cavalry in the American Civil War, and Sally Berkeley Nelson. Robins was named after his grandfather, Augustine Warner (A. W.) Robins. He was at West Point as a cadet from 1903–1907 where he graduated with the Class of 1907 alongside other famous officers like General of the Air Force Henry H. Arnold and Major General James Lawton Collins. Robins
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