The Air Force Reserve is comprised of the 4th Air Force, the 10th Air Force and the 22nd Air Force. Under those numbered Air Forces are a total of 33 flying wings and seven groups (the space group has ten space associated units). The Air Force Reserve has facilities at 67 locations:
The total membership of the Air Force Reserve is 71,500. Of those 77 percent are Enlisted and 23 percent are Officers. The Headquarters of the Air Force Reserve is at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. The Command Structure starts with the President of the United States.
The Air Force Reserve ultimately is under the command of the President of the United States of America as the Commander in Chief. This is a chart of the civilian and military positions that form the hierarchy of the command structure.
This outline represents the primary locations which fall under the control of one of the three numbered Air Forces which make up the Air Force Reserve. These locations may be Air Force Bases, Air Reserve Bases or air stations that could be shared with another branch of the military. There also could be several "tenant units" assigned to different Air Forces at each of these locations.
The 4th Air Force at March Air Reserve Base, California; the 10th Air Force at NAS JRB Ft. Worth, Texas; and the 22nd Air Force at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia, report to Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command. They act as operational headquarters for their subordinate units and provide training; operational, logistical and safety support; and the regional support for geographically separated units.