Lt Gen Charles “Charlie” Stenner, USAF (ret) Lieutenant General (ret) Charles “Charlie” Stenner was appointed by Secretary of Defense Carter as a Reserve Forces Policy Board (RFPB) member in December 2015, and as Chairman of the RFPB subcommittee for Supporting & Sustaining Reserve Component Personnel. He most recently served from August 2014 to December 2015 as the President and CEO of the 21st Century Partnership, a Georgia non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the presence of Robins AFB and enhancing and advocating for military/community partnerships in the Middle Georgia Region. Prior to joining the partnership, General Stenner culminated a 40-year Air Force career as the Chief of the Air Force Reserve, and Commander Air Force Reserve Command, retiring in August 2012. He is married to Diedra “Dee” Stenner, and they have four children and 10 grandchildren. In addition, General Stenner is an active member of the Aerospace Industry Committee contributing as an instrumental coordinator of the 2016 Robins AFB Congressional Breakfast.
The Aerospace Industry Committee exists for the purpose of preserving, advancing and enhancing the community of aerospace and defense industries in the Warner Robins area and for the advancement of their collective interests with Robins Air Force Base.Learn More