US AIR FORCE RESERVE 73rd BIRTHDAY
Reported By C.Moalli
On April 14th, 1948, then president Henry S. Truman ordered the United States Air Force Reserve's formation to provide combat-ready forces to Fly, Fight and Win. Today, the AFR completes 73 years. Currently, the Air Force Reserve Command headquarters is Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. Its current commander is Lieutenant General Richard W. Scobee, son of one of the Challenger Space Shuttle crews.
The Air Force Reserves Command also supports the newly established Space Force, which lacks a reserve component, through the 310th Space Wing.
Aim right, fly, fight and win!