509th CES receives new commander
By , 509th Bomb Wing Public Affairs
/ Published July 11, 2007
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. --
Maj. Craig Johnson, 509th Civil Engineer Squadron commander, assumed command from Lt. Col. Pamela Moxley during a change-of-command ceremony June 29. Personally speaking
Rank and Name: Maj. Craig P. Johnson
Squadron: 509th Civil Engineer Squadron
Date assumed command: June 29
Previous assignment: 355th CES Operations flight commander, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz.
Time in service: 15 years
Commissioning source: AFROTC
Family: Wife - Anne, sons - Matthew, 5, Nathan, 3, and Michael, 1
How does the squadron contributes to the Air Force mission? The squadron is the foundation of the Air Force ... it's where execution of the Air Force strategic plan is translated into air and space power for America.
Command philosophy: Put people first ... They'll take care of the mission.
Goals for new position:
1. Ensure our combat engineers - civilians and military alike - are trained and ready for deployment or executing the home-station mission.
2. Sustaining and improving Whiteman.
3. Taking care of families always.