USASAC Assumption of Command

By Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )September 11, 2009

Sgt. Maj. William L. Kaundart, senior enlisted advisor to the commanding general, and Sgt. Jonathan Henry uncased the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command's colors at Redstone Arsenal for the very first time during the assumption of command ceremony at the Bob Jones Auditorium Sept. 11, 10 a.m.
1 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Maj. William L. Kaundart, senior enlisted advisor to the commanding general, and Sgt. Jonathan Henry uncased the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command's colors at Redstone Arsenal for the very first time during the assumption of command ceremony at the Bob Jones Auditorium Sept. 11, 10 a.m. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Maj. William L. Kaundart, senior enlisted advisor to the commanding general, holding USASAC’s colors prior to the assumption of command. From Left to right: Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker, incoming commander of USASAC; Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, commanding general of Army Materiel Command; and Richard G. Alpaugh, executive director of USASAC.
2 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Maj. William L. Kaundart, senior enlisted advisor to the commanding general, holding USASAC’s colors prior to the assumption of command. From Left to right: Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker, incoming commander of USASAC; Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, commanding general of Army Materiel Command; and Richard G. Alpaugh, executive director of USASAC. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL
Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, commanding general of Army Materiel Command, passes the colors of U.S. Army Security Assistance Command to the incoming commander, Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker, during a ceremony at the Bob Jones Auditorium Sept. 11. "Changing leadership in a time of rapid change is tough. I think that the Army has chosen wisely," Dunwoody stated in her remarks.
3 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, commanding general of Army Materiel Command, passes the colors of U.S. Army Security Assistance Command to the incoming commander, Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker, during a ceremony at the Bob Jones Auditorium Sept. 11. "Changing leadership in a time of rapid change is tough. I think that the Army has chosen wisely," Dunwoody stated in her remarks. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL
Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody greets Soldiers and civilians of Army Materiel Command, U.S. Army Security Assistance Command and the Redstone Arsenal community. “It is good to be home, my new home [at Redstone Arsenal],”says Gen. Dunwoody, prior to giving her remarks.
4 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody greets Soldiers and civilians of Army Materiel Command, U.S. Army Security Assistance Command and the Redstone Arsenal community. “It is good to be home, my new home [at Redstone Arsenal],”says Gen. Dunwoody, prior to giving her remarks. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL
Richard G. Alpaugh, USASAC executive director, addresses the audience in an assumption of command ceremony at the Bob Jones Auditorium, Redstone Arsenal Sept 11.
5 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Richard G. Alpaugh, USASAC executive director, addresses the audience in an assumption of command ceremony at the Bob Jones Auditorium, Redstone Arsenal Sept 11. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL
From left to right: Richard G. Alpaugh, Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker.
6 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – From left to right: Richard G. Alpaugh, Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Army Materiel CommandAca,!a,,cs band performs during USASACAca,!a,,cs assumption of command ceremony at Bob Jones auditorium Sept. 11. The band received kudos from Dunwoody during her remarks saying, she could not imagine a ceremony without them.
7 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Army Materiel CommandAca,!a,,cs band performs during USASACAca,!a,,cs assumption of command ceremony at Bob Jones auditorium Sept. 11. The band received kudos from Dunwoody during her remarks saying, she could not imagine a ceremony without them. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL
Exit of the official party.Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker, Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody and Richard Alpaugh.
8 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Exit of the official party.Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker, Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody and Richard Alpaugh. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL
Richard G. Alpaugh, Brig. Christopher Tucker and Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody answer questions from the local media immediately following U.S. Army Security Assistance CommandAca,!a,,cs assumption of command ceremony Sept. 11.
9 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Richard G. Alpaugh, Brig. Christopher Tucker and Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody answer questions from the local media immediately following U.S. Army Security Assistance CommandAca,!a,,cs assumption of command ceremony Sept. 11. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL
"Gen. Dunwoody, thank you for keeping me apart of the AMC family," said Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker, incoming commander of USASAC. "We look forward to becoming an active member of the team, Team Redstone." Tucker also applauded USASAC\'s accomplishment of having all eligible personnel and functions moved to Redstone Arsenal, by the end of fiscal year 2009 - a full two years ahead of the BRAC requirement.
10 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – "Gen. Dunwoody, thank you for keeping me apart of the AMC family," said Brig. Gen. Christopher Tucker, incoming commander of USASAC. "We look forward to becoming an active member of the team, Team Redstone." Tucker also applauded USASAC\'s accomplishment of having all eligible personnel and functions moved to Redstone Arsenal, by the end of fiscal year 2009 - a full two years ahead of the BRAC requirement. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Beth Clemons (ACC )) VIEW ORIGINAL