It's a RQ-4 Global Hawk drone, arriving to be repainted and refurbished at the base.
According to the base, the Global Hawk drone is scheduled to arrive early on Wednesday, May 10.
The base says this is the first time that type of unmanned aerial vehicle marks has flown to an Air Force Air Logistics Complex.
The Air Force will also install a Building Based Launch and Recovery Element at Robins, where workers can operating drone launches and landings.
Some Robins workers have traveled to California for drone training, according to the base.
The military is using the Global Hawk for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions against ISIS.
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