• Incoming 832nd Ordnance Battalion commander Lt. Col. Sean Cusker holds the battalionAca,!a,,cs colors during 832ndAca,!a,,cs change of command ceremony June 17 at Warrior Activity Field.

    Ceremony

    Incoming 832nd Ordnance Battalion commander Lt. Col. Sean Cusker holds the battalionAca,!a,,cs colors during 832ndAca,!a,,cs change of command ceremony June 17 at Warrior Activity Field.

  • Outgoing 832nd Ordnance Battalion commander Lt. Col. Randle Jackson speaks at his farewell luncheon June 12 at the Officers and Civilians Club. He will become chief of staff for the 59th Ordnance Brigade.

    Brigade Bound

    Outgoing 832nd Ordnance Battalion commander Lt. Col. Randle Jackson speaks at his farewell luncheon June 12 at the Officers and Civilians Club. He will become chief of staff for the 59th Ordnance Brigade.

  • Col. Thomas Keegan, second from right, receives a gift from the 832nd Ordnance Battalion during his farewell luncheon June 16 at the Officers and Civilians Club. Keegan, outgoing commander of the 59th Ordnance Brigade, will report in July to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

    Thank You

    Col. Thomas Keegan, second from right, receives a gift from the 832nd Ordnance Battalion during his farewell luncheon June 16 at the Officers and Civilians Club. Keegan, outgoing commander of the 59th Ordnance Brigade, will report in July to Camp...

This is a summer of leadership changes at the 59th Ordnance Brigade and 832nd Ordnance Battalion.

Col. Thomas Keegan, commander of the 59th Ordnance Brigade, will leave in July for Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

Lt. Col. Sean Cusker succeeded Lt. Col. Randle Jackson as commander of 832nd Ordnance Battalion in a change of command ceremony June 17.

Cusker said he's proud to accept the challenges of what lies ahead and looks forward to leading the 832nd to high standards.

Jackson will not be traveling far to his next mission because he is the incoming chief of staff for the 59th Ordnance Brigade.

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