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Rising Technology: DLA-Aviation automates to support WR-ALC workload increase

ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Air Force Maj. Joshua Wilkerson-Bienik (right), Defense Logistics Agency Aviation at Warner Robins operations officer, and Chris Petry, DLA Aviation supplies specialist, operate the Vertical Lift Module June 12, 2019. The VLMs installed prioritize the safety of the employee, allowing the operator to retrieve objects far from reach with a simple push of a button, removing the possibility of workplace incidents related to falls. (U.S. Air Force photo by Haley Janes)

PHOTO BY: Haley Janes
VIRIN: 190612-F-F3494-0005.JPG
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NIKON D700

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N/A

APERTURE

48/10

SHUTTERSPEED

10/450

ISO

400

IMAGE IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

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Rising Technology: DLA-Aviation automates to support WR-ALC workload increase
ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Air Force Maj. Joshua Wilkerson-Bienik (right), Defense Logistics Agency Aviation at Warner Robins operations officer, and Chris Petry, DLA Aviation supplies specialist, operate the Vertical Lift Module June 12, 2019. The VLMs installed prioritize the safety of the employee, allowing the operator to retrieve objects far from reach with a simple push of a button, removing the possibility of workplace incidents related to falls. (U.S. Air Force photo by Haley Janes)

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Photo by: Haley Janes |  VIRIN: 190612-F-F3494-0005.JPG