The use of specialized, custom, “bolted down” equipment, designed for specific workloads, monopolizes valuable production floor space and hampers our ability to be agile. The utilization of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) industrial robots, mobilized and armed with COTS supporting hardware, artificial intelligence/machine learning software, model-based manufacturing capabilities, and simplified operator interfaces is a huge step toward “Creating an Agile Factory Floor”. This technology enables organizations to respond quickly to the ever-changing warfighter needs. This presentation will describe and highlight the lessons learned, successes achieved, and potential future applications through the examples of the current installation and operation of two mobile robots deployed at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex. These robotic systems are designed to be reconfigurable for future workloads, weapon systems, applications, capabilities, and even duty stations with little or no additional investment. This novel approach improves readiness with robotic systems that can be maintained and serviced organically, while merging the features and capabilities typically only found in one-off, custom equipment, with the agility and flexibility required to meet the on-going needs of the warfighter. The mobile nature of these systems can cut installation cost by 80% or more while shrinking installation schedules from months to days or even hours.