Lt. Gen. James F. Jackson is scheduled to take over as leader of the Air Force Reserve Command in a ceremony Monday. The command is based at Robins Air Force Base south of Macon. As commander, Jackson will be in charge of supervising 71,400 Americans who serve in the Air Force Reserves.
The Air Force Reserve Command at Robins Air Force Base is planning to add 57 jobs under an Air Force streamlining plan. The plan impacts Air Force Reserve Command units in several states, with some bases losing jobs and some gaining. The Telegraph reports, Robins would gain the new positions in association with its new Air Force Reserve Force Generation Center.