Air Force Reserve gains people, moves planes
from Air Force Reserve Command
Air Force Reserve Command will gain more people and move aircraft as part of a proposed force structure realignment announced by the Air Force. The fiscal 2011 realignment will affect some 1,300 positions in the command with increases in security forces, civil engineering and RED HORSE manpower. "Additional security forces, Prime BEEF and RED HORSE manpower are critical to supporting the combatant commanders as well as the Air Force reservists, their families and their employers," said Brig. Gen. Robert E. Bailey, director of installations and mission support at Headquarters AFRC.
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