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920th MSG assumption of command

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  • By 920th Rescue Wing Public Affairs
  • 920th Rescue Wing

The 920th Mission Support Group held an assumption of command ceremony here, Feb. 6.

Formerly the 920th Rescue Wing Logistics Readiness Squadron Commander, the new 920th Mission Support Group Commander explained how proud she is to become the new commander.

“People ask me how we are going to put the support back in mission support and I’ve already seen you do that. I am so impressed with everything I’ve already seen from you,” said Lt. Col. Sarah Scaglione.

The 920th Mission Support Group oversees wing support functions including the force support squadron, logistics readiness squadron, communications flight, and two security forces squadrons.

 “You’ve picked up the mantle of Gen. Brown’s request to accelerate change or lose and I know you’ll continue to succeed,” she said.

The assumption of command is a military tradition that formally signifies the transfer of responsibility from one commanding officer to another, symbolized through the passing of a guidon. 

Based at Patrick Space Force Base, Florida, the 920th Rescue Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that trains and equips Airmen to plan, lead, and conduct military rescue operations and missions to deny competitors and adversaries exploitation of isolated personnel.