Maj. Gen. McMahon to retire after 34 years

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The United States Air Force announced Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon's pending retirement today, after more than 34 years of dedicated service to the United States Air Force and the nation.

The retirement ceremony will take place in June.

"Hope and I have been honored and humbled by the opportunities we have been given during our time in Middle Georgia and as an Air Force family," said McMahon, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center commander. "I look forward to being her wingman as she continues to serve...and only hope I can support her as well as she has supported me."

After retirement, the general and his wife will remain in Middle Georgia as she continues to serve the nation as a civilian employee of the Air Force Reserve Command.

"We look forward to continuing to support our community and our Air Force as I move to the next chapter of life," said McMahon. "Thanks to each of you for your friendship, and for what you do for our Airmen, our communities and our nation."