Robins Air Force Base won't see a dramatic decline in planes coming into the Georgia base for overhauls. In March, base officials announced that as a result of across-the-board federal spending cuts, 28 fewer planes would be coming in for overhaul this fiscal year. However, officials now say only one plane will be delayed to the next fiscal year.
A maintenance team from Robins Air Force Base is spending a few months on the road helping colleagues get caught up with repair work in Utah. Crews at Hill Air Force Base have been working for months on a backlog of plane maintenance and repairs.