Major General Edward Dillon, USAFR, Vice Commander Air Force Reserve
Major General Edward Dillon joined the United States Air Force in 1951 and was commissioned a Second lieutenant in 1953. He received a Bachelor of Science, Troy State University, Alabama, 1971 and was a graduate of the Air War College in 1970. He advanced through the grades to become a Major General in 1978. He was the Commander, C-141 associate units Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Norton Air Force Base, California, 1970-1973. He served as the Commander, 459 Tactical Air Wing, Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, 1973-1975.

Major General Dillon served as the Deputy to the Chief of the Air Force Reserve, United States Air Force Headquarters Washington, from 1975-1976. He was the Commander, 14th Air Force, Dobbins Air Force Base, Georgia, from 1976-1979, and Vice Commander, Chief Operating Officer (Headquarters Air Force Reserve), Robins Air Force Base, from 1979-1982. MG Dillon also served as the Director, Operational Plans, Requirements and Analysis (Headquarters Space Command), Colorado Springs, Colorado, since 1982. 

MG Dillon’s decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal and Legion of Merit with 1 oak leaf cluster

(Picture) Carl Andrew Spaatz (born Spatz; June 28, 1891 – July 14, 1974), nicknamed "Tooey", was an American World War II general. As commander of Strategic Air Forces in Europe in 1944, he successfully pressed for the bombing of the enemy's oil production facilities as a priority over other targets. He became Chief of Staff of the newly formed United States Air Force in 1947.