The Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) is a staff corps of the United States Navy. CEC officers are professional engineers and architects, acquisitions specialists and Seabee Combat Warfare Officers. They are responsible for executing and managing the planning, design, acquisition, construction, operation, and maintenance of the Navy's shore facilities. CEC ranks range from CWO2 to RADM. The Civil Engineer Corps is under the command of the Chief of Civil Engineers, currently RADM Christopher J. Mossey. RDML Katherine L. Gregory will succeed Mossey, with a change of command expected fall of 2012. She will be the first woman to lead the CEC.
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