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Map Certifying that the Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma Railroad Company Relinquishes Its Claims to the Station Grounds and Right of Way Within the Township of Bartlesville

COL Vernon L. Frye, center, relinquishes command of the 7350th Air Base Group, Tempelhof Central Airport, to COL Gary E. Spohn, right. LGEN Benjamin N. Bellis is to the right

COL Wilred L. Goodson presents the command flag staff to LCOL Ralph E. Eberhart, as LCOL Frank D. Garza (far right) relinquishes command of the 10th Tactical Fighter Squadron

CDR Richard D. Harst, USNR, right, relinquishes command of Patrol Squadron 0122 (VP-0122) to his successor, CDR Mick L. Watson, left. The change of command ceremony took place at Hangar Seven

CDR Richard G. Simms, left, relinquishes command of the 131st Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron (VAQ-131) to his successor, CDR James C. Kennedy, right. The change of command ceremony was held in Hangar Eight

Colonel (COL) Becker, commander of the 554th Operations Support Wing, takes the flag from Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Huggins as he relinquishes command of the 554th Transportation Squadron. Major (MAJ) Fine stands by to take command of the squadron

(Admiral (ADM) William J. Crowe Jr., relinquishes command of the US Pacific Command to Admiral (ADM) Ronald J. Hays during a change of command ceremony. (SUBSTANDARD)

General (GEN) Robert T. Herres, commander in chief, North American Air Defense Command and the US Space Command, right, relinquishes command of the Space Command to Admiral (ADM) William J. Crowe, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

General (GEN) Robert T. Herres, commander in chief, North American Air Defense Command and the US Space Command, right, relinquishes command of the Space Command to Admiral (ADM) William J. Crowe, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

MAJ. GEN. Thomas Baker, center, relinquishes command of the 16th Air Force to GEN. William L. Kirk, commander-in-chief, U.S. Air Forces in Europe, left, as MAJ. GEN. Winfield S. Harpe looks on during the change of command ceremony

LGEN Edward L. Tixier, U.S. Air Forces, Japan, and 5th Air Force commander, stands by at right as GEN Jack Gregory, commander in chief of Pacific Air Forces, presents the unit colors to LGEN James B. Davis during the ceremony at which Tixier relinquishes his command to Davis

Colonel (COL) Charles K. Maffet relinquishes command of the US Air Force Regional Medical Center, Europe, to Major General (MGEN) Richard M. Pascoe, 17th Air Force commander. Pascoe, in turn, will pass the command to COL Robert W. Gilmore

General Colin L. Powell, United States of America, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, speaks during the change of command ceremony at which Admiral Frank B. Kelso II relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. The ceremony is taking place aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67). Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

United States Marines, part of a joint color guard, stand in formation during the change of command ceremony at which Admiral Frank B. Kelso II relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. The ceremony is taking place aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67). Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

A band member takes part in a musical presentation during the change of command ceremony at which Admiral Frank B. Kelso II relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. The ceremony is taking place aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67). Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

General Vigleik Eide, Chairman, NATO Military Committee, listen to a speaker during the change of command ceremony at which Kelso relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. The ceremony is taking place aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67). Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

Officers listen to a speech during the change of command ceremony at which Admiral Frank B. Kelso II relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. The ceremony is taking place aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67). Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

General Colin L. Powell, United States of America, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, speaks during the change of command ceremony at which Admiral Frank B. Kelso II relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. The ceremony is taking place aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67). Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

General Colin L. Powell, United States of America, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, speaks during the change of command ceremony at which Admiral Frank B. Kelso II relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. The ceremony is taking place aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67). Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

A sailor stands by on the pier near the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67) which is bedecked with bunting for the change of command ceremony during which Admiral Frank B. Kelso relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

General Colin L. Powell, United States of America, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, pins a medal on Admiral Frank B. Kelso II during the change of command ceremony at which Kelso relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. The ceremony is taking place aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67). Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

Admiral Frank B. Kelso II and other officers salute as General Colin L. Powell, United States of America, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, comes aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67) for the change of command ceremony during which Kelso relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, US Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

General Colin L. Powell, United States of America, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, speaks during the change of command ceremony at which Admiral Frank B. Kelso II relinquishes his position as Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Command, to Admiral Leon A. Edney. The ceremony is taking place aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67). Kelso will be replacing Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost as CHIEF of Naval Operations

Admiral (ADM) Carlisle A.H. Trost speaks during the change of command ceremony at which he relinquishes his position as CHIEF of Naval Operations to ADM Frank B. Kelso II. The ceremony is taking place at the United States Naval Academy

Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost, Secretary of the Navy H. Lawrence Garrett III, and Admiral Frank B. Kelso II stand during the change of command ceremony at which Trost relinquishes his position as CHIEF of Naval Operations to Kelso. The ceremony is taking place at the United States Naval Academy

Adm. Frank B. Kelso II takes the oath of office during the change of command ceremony in which Adm. Carlisle A.H. Trost relinquishes his command as CHIEF of Naval Operations to Kelso. The ceremony is taking place at the Naval Academy

Officers and other guests listen to a speaker at the change of command ceremony during which Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost relinquishes his command as CHIEF of Naval operations to Admiral Frank B. Kelso II. The ceremony is taking place at the United States Naval Academy, in front of Bancroft Hall

Admiral (ADM) Carlisle A.H. Trost smiles as he stands at the podium during the change of command ceremony at which he relinquishes his position as CHIEF of Naval Operations to ADM Frank B. Kelso II. The ceremony is taking place at the United States Naval Academy

MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer of the Navy Duane R. Bushey presents the United States Navy flag to Admiral (ADM) Carlisle A.H. Trost at the Change of Command Ceremony during which Trost relinquishes his position as CHIEF of Naval Operations to ADM Frank B. Kelso II. The ceremony is taking place at the United States Naval Academy

Admiral (ADM) Frank B. Kelso II speaks as ADM Carlisle A.H. Trost stands by at the Change of Command Ceremony during which Trost relinquishes his position as CHIEF of Naval Operations to Kelso. The ceremony is taking place at the United States Naval Academy

Secretary of Defense Richard B. Cheney converses with Admiral (ADM) Carlisle A.H. Trost prior to the Change of Command Ceremony during which Trost relinquishes his position as CHIEF of Naval Operations to ADM Frank B. Kelso II. The ceremony is taking place at the United States Naval Academy

Officers and other guests listen to a speaker at the Change of Command Ceremony during which ADM Carlisle A.H. Trost relinquishes his command as CHIEF of Naval Operations to Admiral (ADM) Frank B. Kelso II. The ceremony is taking place at the United States Naval Academy

Admiral (ADM) Carlisle A.H. Trost, Secretary of the Navy H. Lawrence Garrett III, and ADM Frank B. Kelso II listens to a speaker at the Change of Command Ceremony during which Trost relinquishes his position as CHIEF of Naval Operations to Kelso. The ceremony is taking place at the United States Naval Academy

GEN. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, commander-in-chief, U.S. Central Command, presents Vice Adm. Henry H. Mauz Jr. with a medal during the change of command ceremony at which Mauz relinquishes his position as commander, Seventh Fleet, to Vice Adm. Stanley R. Arthur. The ceremony is taking place aboard the amphibious command ship USS BLUE RIDGE (LCC-19), which is among the U.S. Navy ships deployed to the region in support of Operation Desert Shield

RADM Hugh L. Webster speaks during the change of command ceremony at which he relinquishes command of the Operational Test and Evaluation Force to RADM Virgil L. Hill Jr

Sideboys stand at attention following the arrival of ADM Frank B. Kelso II for the change of command ceremony at which RADM Hugh L. Webster relinquishes command of the Operational Test and Evaluation Force to RADM Virgil L. Hill Jr

RADM Hugh L. Webster, left, RADM Virgil L. Hill Jr. and another officer return the salute of ADM Frank B. Kelso II, chief of naval operations, as he arrives for the change of command ceremony at which Webster relinquishes command of the Operational Test and Evaluation Force to Hill

ADM Frank B. Kelso II speaks during the change of command ceremony at which RADM Hugh L. Webster relinquishes command of the Operational Test and Evaluation Force to RADM Virgil L. Hill Jr

Navy Seabees from Navy Mobile Construction Battalion Four (NMCB-4) assigned to Naval Facilities Guam help prepare Apra Harbor for personnel and equipment as the Navy relinquishes Subic Bay back to the Philippine Government. EXACT DATE SHOT UNKNOWN

A dry dock is towed from Naval Station, Subic Bay, by the salvage and rescue ship USS BEAUFORT (ATS-2) as ordnance and equipment is removed in preparation for the station's closure. Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority will assume control of the area after the U.S. Navy relinquishes the station

CAPT. Wilton Stewart, commanding officer of the destroyer tender USS PRAIRIE (AD-15), salutes as he is piped over-the-side following the vessel's decommissioning. The PRAIRIE relinquishes its role as the oldest ship in naval service to the submarine tender USS ORION (AS-18)

The USAF Pacific Armed Forces Band marches and plays during the Pacific Air Force Change of Command ceremony. GEN. Robert L. Rutherford relinquishes the Pacific Command to General John G. Lorber

GEN. Thomas S. Mormon, Jr., USAF Vice CHIEF of STAFF, receives the flag from outgoing Pacific Air Force Commander GEN. Robert L. Rutherford during the Pacific Air Force Change of Command ceremony where GEN. Rutherford relinquishes command to GEN. John G. Lorber

Command CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (CMSGT) Edward Johnson Jr. (middle) relinquishes command of the Kisling NCO (Noncommissioned Officer) Academy to Colonel Teresa M. Peterson (far left), 86th Support Training Group, Ramstein AB, Germany, while CMSGT Vickie C. Mauldin (right) awaits the transition to accept the position as the new commander

CMSGT Edward Johnson Jr. passes the guidon to COL Teresa M. Peterson, 86th SPIG, Ramstein AB, as he relinquishes leadership of the Kisling NCO Academy. Waiting to accept leadership of the academy is CMS Vickie C. Mauldin (right)

GEN John Lorber relinquishes command of PACAF by passing the command flag with battle streamers to GEN Ronald Fogelman, Air Force CHIEF of STAFF

BGEN Lance Smith relinquishes command of the 4th Fighter Wing as he passes the units organizational flag with battle streamers to LGEN Carl F. Franklin, 9th AF Commander. Looking on is BGEN (selectee) Randall K. Bigum who will assume command of the 4th FW.Exact Date Shot Unknown

US Air Force Lieutenant General John W. Handy, Commander 21st Air Force, officiated at the 437th Airlift Wing Change of Command, as Brigadier General Steven A. Roser relinquishes command to Brigadier General (Select) Robert D. Bishop Jr

US Air Force Colonel C. Robert Kehler relinquishes command of the 30th Space Wing for a brief moment to Major General Perryman at the 30th Space Wing Change of Command Ceremony

US Air Force Colonel C. Robert Kehler relinquishes command of the 30th Space Wing for a brief moment to Major General Perryman at the 30th Space Wing Change of Command Ceremony

US Air Force General Gerald Perryman Jr., relinquishes his command of the 14th Air Force to General Richard B. Meyers, Air Force Space Command and US Space Command Commander, May 6th, 1999, during the Change of Command Ceremony held outside the Headquarters Building at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California

USAF Colonel Gary Dillis (2nd from right) relinquishes command to USAF Major General Michael Kostelnik, Commander of the Air Armament Center, Air Force Materiel Command, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, presiding officer. He will then give command to USAF Colonel Polly Peyer, the new, incoming commander of the 377th Air Base Wing. This change of command took place on June 6th, 1999, at Kirkland Air Force Base, New Mexico

Major General Roger L. Brautigan, (in front), Commander of Troops, Lieutenant General George A Crocker, out-going Commander, (middle) General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, the Reviewing Officer (far side) and Lieutenant General James T. Hill (foreground), in-coming Commander, Inspect the Troops during the I Corps and Fort Lewis Change of Command and Retirement Ceremony on 30 September 1999 on Watkins Field, Fort Lewis, Washington. LTG Geroge A. Crocker relinquishes command to LTG James T. Hill

US Air Force Brigadier General Steven A. Roser (2nd from right) relinquishes command of the 60th Air Mobility Wing at Travis Air Force Base, California, by passing the guidon to Lieutenant General John B. Sams (Far left), Commander of the 15th Air Force at Travis. Colonel Tom Kane (Far right) waits patiently to step in and become the next 60th Air Mobility Wing Commander

The National Training Center (NTC) Honor Guard presents the colors during a change of command ceremony. BRIGADIER GENERAL William G. Webster, Jr., relinquishes command to BRIGADIER GENERAL James D. Thurman

Soldiers at the National Training Center (NTC) stand at attention and salute the colors during change of command ceremony. BRIGADIER GENERAL William G. Webster, Jr., relinquishes command to BRIGADIER GENERAL James D. Thurman

US Marine Corps Brigadier General Gordon Nash relinquishes command of IIIth Marine Division to USMC Major General Wallace Gregson in Okinawa, Japan

Admiral (ADM) Jay L. Johnson renders a final salute to ADM Vern Clark as he relinquishes the office of the CHIEF of Naval Operations (CNO) upon his retirement at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland

Brigadier General (BGEN) Daniel J. Darnell, USAF, (right), receives the Legion of Merit, first oak leaf cluster, and the Air Medal, first oak leaf cluster, from Lieutenant General Ronald E. Keys at Aviano Air Base, Italy. BGEN Darnell relinquishes command of the 31st Fighter Wing at Aviano to assume command of the 57th Wing, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada

Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert Murdock, (right), USAF, San Antonio - Air Logistics Center (SA-ALC) Commander, relinquishes command to General (GEN) Lester L. Lyles, (left), USAF, Commander, Air Force Material Command (AFMC). CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (CMSGT) BIll Schuster, SA-ALC Command CHIEF holds agency's guidon, during the Kelly AFB closing ceremonies. Although the closing ceremony is in history books, government officials still actually own Kelly property and will until federal and state environmental regulators okay remedies for the installation's 30 sites that need environmental clean-up, according to federal law provisions

Colonel (COL) Michael S. Hill (left), USAF, relinquishes command of the 355th Air Expeditionary Group (AEG), Camp Justice, to COL Ronald Shultz, USAF, at a Change of Command ceremony on 3 April 2002

Major General (Promotable) (MGEN (P)) James R. Helmly, (center), USA, accepts the 78th Division colors from Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Michele Jones, (left), as he relinquishes command of the unit to Brigadier General (BG) Wayne M. Erck, (right), USA, in a traditional Change of Command ceremony

Outgoing Commander-in-CHIEF US Pacific Command Admiral Dennis C. Blair receives his Four-Star flag as he relinquishes command during the Change of Command Ceremony for the Commander-in-CHIEF US Pacific Command at Marine Corps Base, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. During the Ceremony Admiral Dennis C. Blair relinquished his command to Admiral Thomas B. Fargo. General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF, and Deputy Secretary of Defense, The Honorable Paul E. Wolfowitz are on the podium in the background

United States Army Japan (USARJ) and 9th Theater Support Command (9th TSC), Change of Command ceremony at Kastner Army Airfield, Camp Zama, Japan. Major General (MGEN) Alan D. Johnson, (right), outgoing commander relinquishes command by Passing the Colors to the Commander of the US Army Pacific, Lieutenant General (LGEN) Edwin P. Smith

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) (select) David M. Snyder, center, accepts command of the 6th Air Mobility Wing (AMW), from the 21st Air Force Commander, Major General (MGEN) George N. Williams, after MGEN (select) William W. Hodges relinquishes command

US Marine Corps (USMC) Sergeant Major (SGM) Orlando Maxwell, (center) out-going SGM of Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron (H&HS), relinquishes his sword to his Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Michael W. McErlean, during a Post and Relief Ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC SMG Alexander McBride, in-coming SMG H&HS stands background

The distinguished party salutes as the national anthem is played during the opening of the Change of Command Ceremony held at the Vandenberg Air Force Base (AFB), California, Parade Grounds. US Air Force (USAF) Colonel (COL) Robert M. Worley, second from right on the stage, relinquishes command to Colonel (COL) Frank Gallegos, far right, on the stage

US Air Force (USAF) Colonel (COL) Marc D. Felman, right, Commander, 39th Wing, relinquishes command to Lieutenant General (LGEN) W. "Wally" Moorehead III, Commander, Allied Air Forces Southern Europe (AAFSE), during a ceremony re-designating the 39th Wing as the 39th Air Base Group (ABG), at Incirlik Air Base (AB), Turkey

Changing of the Guard, US Air Force (USAF) Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Ronald Hinsenkamp, center, relinquishes command upon retirement of the 181st Mission Support Group (MSG) after a 33-year career

US Marine Corps (USMC) Sergeant Major (SGM) Alvin Griffin (left), 1ST Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion (1ST LAR), Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton, California (CA), gives the Non-commissioned Officer (NCO) sword to USMC Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) W.R. Constantini, Commanding Officer, 1ST LAR, during the Sergeant Major Relief and Appointment Ceremony on the 1ST LAR parade deck, as he relinquishes his command

US Marine Corps (USMC) Sergeant Major (SGM) Alvin Griffin, 1ST Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion (1ST LAR), Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton, California (CA), addresses the audience as he relinquishes his command during the Sergeant Major Relief and Appointment Ceremony on the 1ST LAR parade deck

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines sit inside the amphitheater built by Alexander the Great, during the Relief in Place (RIP) Ceremony as the USMC 1ST Marine Expeditionary Force (I MEF) relinquishes authority to the Polish lead Coalition Forces, during a ceremony at Camp Babylon, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Air Force (USAF) Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Jeff Dunn, right, Commander of the 75th Airlift Squadron (AS), relinquishes command to Colonel (COL) Bradley Pray, Commander 86th Operations Group (OG), during the 75th AS Inactivation Ceremony at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany (DEU)

US Air Force (USAF) Major (MAJ) Steven Rebbe of Eagle, Idaho (ID), relinquishes command of the 124th Aerial Port Flight (APF), ID Air National Guard (ANG) to Colonel (COL) Jay Stevenson, Commander of the 124th Mission Support Group (MSG)

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert Bailey (right), Nebraska Air National Guard (NEANG), relinquishes command of the 155th Air Refueling Wing (ARW) to USAF Colonel (COL) Steve Adams (left) during a Change of Command Ceremony held at Lincoln Municipal Airport (MAP)

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Erwin F. Lessel III, right, the 86th Airlift Wing (AW) Commander, relinquishes command to Major General (MGEN) Michael W. Wooley, 3rd Air Force Commander, during the wing reorganization ceremony at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany (DEU)

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Erwin F. Lessel III, right, the 86th Airlift Wing (AW) Commander, relinquishes command to Major General (MGEN) Michael W. Wooley, 3rd Air Force Commander, during the wing reorganization ceremony at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany (DEU)

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lieutenant Colonel (LCT) L. Ross Roberts (foreground), Out-going Commander, Marine Fighter Attack Squadron Five Three Three (VMFA- 533), relinquishes his command to In-Coming Commander, USMC LTC Mark G. Mykleby, during the Change of Command Ceremony for VMFA- 533, aboard Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). Sergeant Major (SGM) Scott C. Mykoo, acts as flag bearer

US Marine Corps (USMC) Colonel (COL) David H. Peeler, Out-going Commanding Officer, Marine Aircraft Group Three One (MAG-31), is presented with the Meritorious Service Medal during his Change of Command Ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). COL Peeler relinquishes his command to In-coming Commander, USMC COL Robert S. Walsh

US Marine Corps (USMC) Major General (MGEN) William G. Bowdon, outgoing Commanding General (CG), Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton, exchanges the command guidon as he relinquishes command to USMC MGEN Timothy E. Donovan, incoming CG, MCB Camp Pendleton

US Air Force (USAF) General (GEN) William J. Begert relinquishes command and hands CHIEF of STAFF USAF (CSAF), GEN John P. Jumper the Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) flag during the Change of Command and Retirement Ceremony for GEN William J. Begert, Commander, Pacific Air Forces, Hickam Air Force Base (AFB), Hawaii (HI)

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Sergeant Major (SGTMAJ) Nicholas Bourikas delivers the unit Colors to USMC Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson (his back to the camera) Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). LTC Wilkinson relinquishes his command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event. In the background are F/A-18 Hornet aircraft parked on the flight line

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson (center) Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] relinquishes command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur (foreground) during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony on the flight line at the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC)

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] together with a USMC Honor Guard march to the center for the presentation of his Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) during a Change of Command (COC) at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC LTC Wilkinson relinquishes his command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

The Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) is awarded to US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). LTC David H. Wilkinson relinquishes his command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David A. Wilbur (extreme left) reviews the Parris Island Marine Band before dismissing them during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC LTC David H. Wilkinson (center), Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] relinquishes command to LTC David A. Wilbur during the event. In the background are F/A-18 Hornets parked on the flight line

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson (right) chats with USMC LTC David A. Wilbur after a Change of Command ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). LTC Wilkinson relinquishes his command of the Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] to LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilbur salutes during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC LTC David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332], relinquishes command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event. In the background are F/A-18 Hornets parked on the flight line

A US Marine Corps (USMC) Honor Guard (left) and USMC personnel from the Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] stand at attention in front of F/A-18 Hornets during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony on the flight line at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO) of the [VMFA(AW)-332] relinquishes command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332], speaks in front of a crowd during his Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). He relinquishes his command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event. In the background are F/A-18 Hornet aircraft

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines present flowers to the family of USMC Lieutenant Colonel David H. Wilkinson and USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC LTC David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] relinquishes his command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines from the Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] march in front of F/A-18 Hornets during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony on the flight line at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] relinquishes command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

A US Marine Corps (USMC) Honor Guard from the USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] hold the Colors while USMC Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), of the the [VMFA(AW)-332] relinquishes command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). In the background are F/A-18 Hornet aircraft parked on the flight line

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines salute the formation during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony on the flight line at the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] relinquishes command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

The US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Parris Island Marine Band plays"Sound Off"while marching in front of an F/A-18 Hornet during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). In the background are USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] troops standing at parade rest. USMC Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), [VMFA(AW)-332], relinquishes command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David A. Wilbur and his family relax under a canopy before a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO), Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] relinquishes his command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

The Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) is awarded to US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson (saluting), Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). LTC David H. Wilkinson relinquishes his command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

The Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) is awarded to US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson (left), Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). LTC David H. Wilkinson relinquishes his command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David A. Wilbur (left) receives the unit Colors from USMC LTC David H. Wilkinson (right), Commanding Officer (CO), USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332], while USMC Sergeant Major (SGTMAJ) Nicholas Bourikas (center) looks on during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC LTC Wilkinson relinquishes his command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during the event. In the background are F/A-18 Hornet aircraft

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines present flowers to the spouses of USMC Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) David H. Wilkinson and USMC LTC David A. Wilbur during a Change of Command (COC) ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort, South Carolina (SC). USMC LTC David H. Wilkinson, Commanding Officer (CO) USMC Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 [VMFA(AW)-332] relinquishes command to USMC LTC David A. Wilbur the event