20th Air Force commander visits Malmstrom

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks with Malmstrom senior leadership May 10, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont.

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks with Malmstrom senior leadership May 10, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Lutton inquired about which maintenance related processes had the possibility of being improved or streamlined to create a better working environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Elijah Van Zandt)

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks to Col. Nathan B. Mitchell, 341st Maintenance Group commander, inside of the maintenance hangar May 10, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont.

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks to Col. Nathan B. Mitchell, 341st Maintenance Group commander, inside of the maintenance hangar May 10, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Lutton shared his thoughts on maintenance procedures and received feedback from Airmen who work with the transporter-erector vehicle. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Elijah Van Zandt)

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, is greeted by Col. Nathan B. Mitchell, 341st Maintenance Group commander, as he arrives at the maintenance hangar for a tour of the transporter-erector trainer May 10, 2021, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont.

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, is greeted by Col. Nathan B. Mitchell, 341st Maintenance Group commander, as he arrives at the maintenance hangar for a tour of the transporter-erector trainer May 10, 2021, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Lutton also visited a missile alert facility and visit explosive ordnance disposal before departing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Elijah Van Zandt)

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, looks through launch procedures inside of the missile procedure trainer next to Capt. Mitchell Baugh, intercontinental ballistic missile combat crew commander May 12, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont.

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, looks through launch procedures inside of the missile procedure trainer next to Capt. Mitchell Baugh, intercontinental ballistic missile combat crew commander May 12, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Lutton is responsible for more than 12,000 Airmen providing nuclear global strike and nuclear weapons sustainment for the U.S. Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Elijah Van Zandt)

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks with Capt. Monica Pacas, executive aide, on functions of the missile procedure trainer May 12, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont.

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks with Capt. Monica Pacas, executive aide, on functions of the missile procedure trainer May 12, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Lutton is a career missileer and commands the United States Air Force’s only group providing initial training for the nation’s space and intercontinental ballistic missile operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Elijah Van Zandt)

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks with 741st Security Forces Squadron defenders at a missile alert facility May 11, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont.

Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks with 741st Security Forces Squadron defenders at a missile alert facility May 11, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Lutton spoke with security forces personnel about their experiences in the missile fields and received feedback on critical mission related matters. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Joseph Park)

MALMSTROM AIR FORCE BASE, Mont. -- Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks with Malmstrom senior leadership May 10, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Lutton inquired about which maintenance related processes had the possibility of being improved or streamlined to create a better working environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Elijah Van Zandt)