News>366th Mission Support Group Change of Command
U.S. Air Force Col. Christopher Short, 366th Fighter Wing commander, passes the 366th Mission Support Group guidon to Col. Steven Griswold, incoming 366th MSG commander, during a change of command ceremony June 22, 2012, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. Griswold was previously the Dean of Students, Air War College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, which is directly responsible to the Commandant for all student operations to include morale and welfare, discipline, evaluations and assignments. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Roy Lynch)
U.S. Air Force Col. Christopher Short, 366th Fighter Wing commander, receives the 366th Mission Support Group guidon from Col. Scott Moser, 366th MSG outgoing commander, during a change of command ceremony June 22, 2012, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. Moser will be Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Alaskan Command at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, which is a sub-unified command of U.S. Pacific Command, and responsible for integrating military activities within Alaska to maintain mission assurance, maximize the readiness of theater forces, and expedite the deployment and redeployment of forces in support of contingencies. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Roy Lynch)
by Staff Sgt. Roy Lynch
366th Fighter Wing Public Affairs
6/22/2012 - MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho -- The 366th Mission Support Group welcomed a new commander during a ceremony here June 22.
Col. Steven Griswold assumed command of the 366th MSG from Col. Scott Moser at Holt Park in front of spectators that included family, friends and local community leaders.
"While Colonel Moser's departure leaves big shoes to fill, Colonel Griswold comes to us today with the talent and experience to succeed in this challenging billet," said Col. Christopher Short, 366th Fighter Wing commander.
Moser, the outgoing commander, praised Griswold's accomplishments.
"I'm confident he is ready to lead this group on to even greater achievements. His experience and skills are the right match for the greatest Mission Support Group in the Air Force."
Griswold appreciated the opportunity to lead the MSG and promised to always do what is right for the Gunfighter community.
"I pledge to all Gunfighters that we will do what is right for the Gunfighter Mission."
As commander, Griswold provides administrative, security, communications, services, logistics readiness, infrastructure support and development for all the 366th Fighter Wing personnel. He commands a group of more than 2,400 military, civilian and contract personnel and manages more than $540 million in assets.
7/2/2012 2:54:38 PM ET Congratulations my friend. I know the Gunfighters and the Mountain Home community will take good care of you. My best to you your family and all of our friends in Mountain Home.Knotso