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New Reserve Command chief wants to give airmen predictability, better pay | Air Force Times
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New Reserve Command chief wants to give airmen predictability, better pay | Air Force Times

The new head of Air Force Reserve Command wants to attract and retain airmen with unique jobs and predictability.

Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, who assumed command of AFRC after Gen. Maryanne Miller moved to Air Mobility Command, told reporters on Wednesday that the command is set to grow by 200 airmen this year.

However, the command is still short about 1,400 full-time maintainers.

“We’ve struggled with the maintainer piece because as our economy has improved there are a lot of job opportunities out there,” Scobee said on the final day of the Air Force Association’s Air, Space and Cyber Conference outside Washington..

Source: New Reserve Command chief wants to give airmen predictability, better pay | Air Force Times