53rd Transportation Battalion changes command

By Sgt. R.J. Gilbert, Fort Eustis 7th Sustainment Brigade JournalistJune 24, 2009

Col. Charles F. Maskell, commander of 7th Sustainment Brigade, passes the 53rd Transportation Battalion colors to Lt. Col. Corey A. New, signifying the beginning of New's time as 53rd Trans. Bn. commander during the change of command ceremony at Fort Eustis' Anderson Field House June 17.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. Charles F. Maskell, commander of 7th Sustainment Brigade, passes the 53rd Transportation Battalion colors to Lt. Col. Corey A. New, signifying the beginning of New's time as 53rd Trans. Bn. commander during the change of command ceremony at Fort Eustis' Anderson Field House June 17. (Photo Credit: Sgt. R.J. Gilbert, Fort Eustis 7th Sustainment Brigade Journalist) VIEW ORIGINAL
Karla New, wife of Lt. Col. Corey A. New, incoming commander, 53rd Transportation Battalion, receives a bouquet of roses flanked by her husband and son, Camden.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Karla New, wife of Lt. Col. Corey A. New, incoming commander, 53rd Transportation Battalion, receives a bouquet of roses flanked by her husband and son, Camden. (Photo Credit: Sgt. R.J. Gilbert, Fort Eustis 7th Sustainment Brigade Journalist) VIEW ORIGINAL
Lt. Col. Joseph R. Corleto, outgoing commander, 53 Trans. Bn., bids farewell to his former battalion and attendees at the change of command ceremony June 17.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lt. Col. Joseph R. Corleto, outgoing commander, 53 Trans. Bn., bids farewell to his former battalion and attendees at the change of command ceremony June 17. (Photo Credit: Sgt. R.J. Gilbert, Fort Eustis 7th Sustainment Brigade Journalist) VIEW ORIGINAL
Anderson Field House's court is filled with 53rd Trans. Bn. members and Fort Monroe's Training and Doctrine Command Band to celebrate the simultaneous ending of a chapter in one man's life and the beginning of a chapter in another's life with the 53rd Trans. Bn.'s change of command ceremony.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Anderson Field House's court is filled with 53rd Trans. Bn. members and Fort Monroe's Training and Doctrine Command Band to celebrate the simultaneous ending of a chapter in one man's life and the beginning of a chapter in another's life with the 53rd Trans. Bn.'s change of command ceremony. (Photo Credit: Sgt. R.J. Gilbert, Fort Eustis 7th Sustainment Brigade Journalist) VIEW ORIGINAL