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May 4, 2016
 

Edwards civil engineers stand up new squadron

Air Force photograph by Christopher Higgins

James Judkins, 412th Civil Engineer Group director, passes the command flag to Maj. Gregory Hammond, commander of the 812th Civil Engineer Squadron during the squadron’s stand-up ceremony April 29, 2016. MSgt. Steven Dale, first sergeant for the 412th Mission Support Group, assists in the ceremony. The 812th CES is composed of three flights; Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Fire Department, and Emergency Management. According to SMSgt. Brian King, 412th Civil Engineer Group Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight chief, the squadron has actually been in work since October of 2014, when restructuring created the 412th CEG from the former 95th Civil Engineer Group. “You must have squadrons to have a group,” King said.




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