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Historical 822nd CEF activation ceremony, conducting business as 'un'usual

The recent historical activation ceremony for the 822nd Civil Engineer Flight was conducted in an unusual manner. The presiding officer was at Robins AFB, Ga., on speaker phone while the rest of the ceremony was being held at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. Shown from left to right, Lt. Col. Frank Mason, proxy presiding officer faces Col. Gene Odom, 810th CEF commander, as Senior Master Sgt. Jimmy Camargo, 810th CEF's longest standing member, furls and cases the 810th flag signifying the 810th CEF's deactivation.

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