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    181st Civil Engineer Squadron commander promoted

    181st Civil Engineer Squadron commander promoted

    Photo By 2nd Lt. Jonathan Padish | U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. David P. Lasagna, the commander of the 181st Civil Engineer...... read more read more



    Story by Airman 1st Class Jonathan Padish 

    181st Intelligence Wing Public Affairs

    HULMAN FIELD AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Ind. — The commander of the 181st Civil Engineer Squadron earned the rank of lieutenant colonel during a promotion ceremony at Hulman Field Air National Guard Base, Indiana, June 9, 2018.

    Lt. Col. David P. Lasagna, the commander of the 181st Civil Engineer Squadron, pinned on the higher rank during a ceremony in front of his family, friends and fellow Airmen.

    Lasagna was recognized by leaders from the 181st Intelligence Wing.

    Lasagna has done some really great things for the 181st IW, said Col.
    Christopher H. Colbert, the commander of the 181st Mission Support Group. You can look around base at the projects completed by the 181st CES under Lasagna’s leadership to see what he has accomplished.

    The wing commander also praised Lasagna for his efforts.

    Lasagna plays a critical role in the success of the 181st CES, especially with regard to ongoing deployments, said Col. Christopher R. Alderdice, the commander of the 181st IW. You may not see the execution of his efforts, but you will see his results. He is a one-man shop in his function.

    The man of the hour himself also acknowledged the occasion, during which his wife, sons and father were present to support him.

    Thank you to all my friends, family and fellow Airmen for being here, said Lasagna. We are always a team, and today is no different.

    Lasagna’s promotion recognized his professional military achievement as a 181st IW Airman. The success of individual Airmen not only ensures mission readiness while acknowledging personal performance, but it also guarantees that the 181st CES and the wing as a whole remain Racer ready to support Air Force actions at home and abroad.



    Date Taken: 06.09.2018
    Date Posted: 06.18.2018 11:13
    Story ID: 281338
    Location: TERRE HAUTE, IN, US 

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