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Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening, incoming commander

Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening, incoming commander

Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening, incoming commander of 71st Troop Command, Texas Army National Guard, shakes hands with outgoing Brig. Gen. Charles K. Aris March 8, 2020, after a change of command ceremony at C... More

Command. Sgt. Maj. Elizabeth Shockley congratulates

Command. Sgt. Maj. Elizabeth Shockley congratulates

Command. Sgt. Maj. Elizabeth Shockley congratulates Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening at his change of command ceremony March 8, 2020 at Camp Swift in Austin, Texas. Schoening assumed the role of 71st Troop Comma... More

Command Sgt. Maj. Elizabeth Shockley and Brig. Gen.

Command Sgt. Maj. Elizabeth Shockley and Brig. Gen.

Command Sgt. Maj. Elizabeth Shockley and Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening, both of 71st Troop Command, Texas Army National Guard, greet each other in the reception line of a change of command ceremony March 8, 2... More

Brig. Gen. Gregory P. Chaney, Brig. Gen. Charles K.

Brig. Gen. Gregory P. Chaney, Brig. Gen. Charles K.

Brig. Gen. Gregory P. Chaney, Brig. Gen. Charles K. Aris, Command Sgt. Maj. Elizabeth Shockley, Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening and Maj. Gen. Tracy R. Norris pose for a group photo after a change of command cer... More

Brig. Gen. Charles K. Aris (right) congratulates Brig.

Brig. Gen. Charles K. Aris (right) congratulates Brig.

Brig. Gen. Charles K. Aris (right) congratulates Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening after a change of command ceremony March 8, 2020 at Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas. Schoening was ceremoniously given responsibility... More

Texas Adjutant General Tracy R. Norris ceremoniously

Texas Adjutant General Tracy R. Norris ceremoniously

Texas Adjutant General Tracy R. Norris ceremoniously passes the colors of the 71st Troop Command to Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening March 8, 2020, at Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas. The passing of the colors is an... More

Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening(right), commander of

Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening(right), commander of

Brig. Gen. Charles M. Schoening(right), commander of the 71st Troop Command, Texas Army National Guard, gives a speech March 8, 2020, at a change of command ceremony at Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas. Schoening's ... More

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