Maj. Gen. Mark Kyle, who has led Air Force Reserve Command’s 4th Air Force at March ARB, Calif., since March 2011, is moving on to his next assignment as head of 22nd AF at Dobbins ARB, Ga., according to an Air Force Reserve release. Twenty-second Air Force manages AFRC’s tactical airlift assets, while 4th AF oversees the command’s aerial refuelers and strategic airlifters. Kyle will succeed Maj. Gen. Wallace Farris, who has led 22nd AF since September 2011 and is retiring from the Air Force after 39 years in uniform. Replacing Kyle at the helm of 4th AF is Brig. Gen. John Flournoy, states the Sept. 9 release. Flournoy has commanded the Air Reserve Personnel Center at Buckley AFB, Colo., since January.