AFRC Commander Visits Creech

CREECH AFB, Nev. -- Lieutenant General Charles Stenner, Commander of Air Force Reserve Command, speaks with Lt. Col. John Meyers, 78th Reconnaissance Squadron Commander, and Maj. Richard Hemmings, 78 RS pilot, here July 22. The 78 RS is a part of the Air Force Reserve Command and the members of the squadron are integrated into 432d Wing and 432d Air Expeditionary Wing operations as part of Total Force Integration. General Stenner visited Creech to view operations and meet with Airmen. TFI capitalizes on the strengths of the different Air force components to enhance our combat and joint capabilities today and well into the future. Associating Active, Guard and Reserve units leverage the strengths of each to increase the overall contribution to the Air Force. The team of Regular Air Force Airmen, Air National Guardsmen and Air Force Reservists provides highly-skilled, experienced and dedicated Airmen to the Remotely Piloted Aircraft mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Dustin Holmes)

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