Historical day for new Aircraft Maintenance Squadron activation at 932nd MXG

(RIGHT) Lt. Col. Clifford Waller assumes command of the 932nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron from Col. James McDonnell (LEFT), commander of the 932nd Maintenance Group. This historic day took over five years in making, due to an Air Force Instruction that stated, you cannot have a group unless you have two subordinate units underneath it. Col. McDonnell was proud of his Airmen and had this to say about the ceremony: “The history of this unit was associated with the 375th maintenance group originally. We were never really structured right, within the Air Force Reserve Command. Now with the inactivation of the Maintenance Operations Flight, the command has activated this new squadron, Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, and we are really happy about that," said Col. McDonnell. "We fought long and hard to make this happen," added new commander Lt. Col. Waller. (U.S. Air Force Photo/ Staff Sgt. Amber Hodges)

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