Lt. Col. Catherine Grush takes command of the 152nd Mission Support Group Published March 4, 2022 By Senior Airman Thomas Cox 152nd Airlift Wing NEVADA AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Nev. -- Col. Kyle Cerfoglio relinquished command of the 152nd Mission Support Group to Lt. Col. Catherine Grush. The Mission Support Group (MSG) is the largest group in the 152nd Airlift Wing, and consists of hundreds of Airmen across the Security Forces Squadron, Civil Engineer Squadron, Force Support Squadron, Logistics Readiness Squadron and Communications Flight. Also recognized during the ceremony was the Mission Support Group's Honorary Commander, Ms. Ann Silver, for all of her support to the unit. Col. Cerfoglio takes on a new position at the Nevada Joint Force Headquarters. Fun Fact: Lt. Col. Grush started her career at the Nevada Air National Guard as a C-130 pilot and was the first Nevada pilot to exceed over 1,000 combat flying hours!