Lt Gen Bruce A. Litchfield
Currently, Lieutenant General Litchfield is the vice president of Sustainment Operations for Lockheed Martin’s Aeronautics business. In this capacity, he is responsible for and leads the execution of the Aeronautics global sustainment business. He also directs operations in Greenville, South Carolina and Montreal, Canada, in addition to Aeronautics Field Team Operations worldwide.
General Litchfield retired on August 1, 2015. He was Commander of the Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC), Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC), Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma. As AFSC Commander, he ensured the Center provided operational planning and execution of Air Force Supply Chain Management and Depot Maintenance for a wide range of aircraft, engines, missiles, and component items in support of AFMC missions. He was responsible for operations spanning three air logistics complexes, three air base wings, two supply chain management wings, and multiple remote operating locations, incorporating more than 32,000 military and civilian personnel. In addition, he oversaw installation support to more than 75,000 personnel working in 140 associate units at the three AFSC Bases.
General Litchfield entered the Air Force in 1981 as a distinguished graduate from the ROTC program at Norwich University, Vermont. His career spanned diverse logistics and acquisition assignments supporting weapon systems at wing, major command, Air staff, and the Joint Staff levels. He has commanded squadron and group levels in addition to commanding two wings and was the Director of Logistics, Headquarters Pacific Air Forces, Hickam AFB, Hawaii. Prior to his final assignment, he was the Commander, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center, Tinker AFB, OK.