Ltn. General John A. Bradley retired from service in the U.S. Air Force in August 2008 with 41 years of commissioned service, 337 combat missions, and over 7,000 hours of flying time under his belt. At the time of his retirement he was the chief of Air Force Reserve and the commander of the Air Force Reserve Command, the largest Major Air command in the U.S. Air Force. Prior, he was the assistant to the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff for reserve matters. After retiring, he and his wife Jan founded The Lamia Afghan Foundation. They travel frequently to Afghanistan and work in refugee camps, build schools for girls, and ship humanitarian aid to be distributed in rural villages refugee camps, and schools. They are currently building their sixth school— this one for 500 girls. They have shipped over two million pounds of humanitarian aid in the last four years.