U.S.

June 14, 2013

412th MXS lands new boss

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Air Force photograph by Chris Neill

Col. Robert Weaver, 412th Maintenance Group commander, hands the 412th Maintenance Squadron guidon to Margaret Fleming in a change of leadership ceremony held in Hangar 1600 June 7. Fleming takes over for Tye Lockard who moved on to a new position in Arizona. Fleming comes to the 412th MXS from the U.S. Test Pilot where she served briefly as the deputy division chief for Plans and Programs. Previously, she worked as a project manager at the 416th Flight Test Squadron. The 412th MXS is responsible for maintenance on the entire variety of planes assigned to Edwards AFB.

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Air Force photograph by Chris Neill

Margaret Fleming, new 412th Maintenance Squadron director, speaks to members of the 412th MXS and base leadership in Hangar 1600 after taking the reigns of the squadron from Tye Lockard June 7.




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