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Lt. Col. Robert Bryant, Task Force Warhawk commander,

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Lt. Col. Robert Bryant, Task Force Warhawk commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher Coolbaugh, TF Warhawk command sergeant major, uncase their colors during a Transfer of Authority ceremony at Kandhahar Airfield, Afghanistan, April 6, 2017. TF Nightmare completed a successful 7-month deployment supporting Train, Advise and Assist Command - South, and TF Warhawk will now provide aviation in that area.

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