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Photos: ACC Commander Gen. Mike Holmes visits Tinker

Gen. Mike Holmes, commander Air Combat Command, gave high-fives and fist-bumps to the members of the 965th Airborne Air Control Squadron as they lined their hallways for his visit Nov. 1. Holmes visited the 552nd Air Control Wing's operational and maintenance groups to gain a better perspective of flying unit operations, working environments and maintenance capabilities.

Gen. Mike Holmes, commander Air Combat Command, gave high-fives and fist-bumps to the members of the 965th Airborne Air Control Squadron as they lined their hallways for his visit Nov. 1. Holmes visited the 552nd Air Control Wing's operational and maintenance groups to gain a better perspective of flying unit operations, working environments and maintenance capabilities.

Gen. Mike Holmes, commander Air Combat Command, listens to Master Warrant Officer Lisa Powers, with the 552nd Air Control Wing Canadian Detachment, as she emphasizes the importance of the strategic relationship between the U.S. and Canada and also provides him with an overview of their flying unit operaitons and working environment during his Nov. 1 visit to Tinker.

Gen. Mike Holmes, commander Air Combat Command, listens to Master Warrant Officer Lisa Powers, with the 552nd Air Control Wing Canadian Detachment, as she emphasizes the importance of the strategic relationship between the U.S. and Canada and also provides him with an overview of their flying unit operaitons and working environment during his Nov. 1 visit to Tinker.

Tech. Sgt. Joshua Rea, with the 552nd Maintenance Squadron's Fabrication Flight, speaks to Gen. Mike Holmes, commander Air Combat Command, about the operations within their shop and the products they are able to reproduce with their 3-D printers, such as the pilot's seat shroud the General is holding.

Tech. Sgt. Joshua Rea, with the 552nd Maintenance Squadron's Fabrication Flight, speaks to Gen. Mike Holmes, commander Air Combat Command, about the operations within their shop and the products they are able to reproduce with their 3-D printers, such as the pilot's seat shroud the General is holding.