Above: The change of command ceremony represents the official passing of authority from the outgoing commander, to the incoming commander. Left: U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Jarrod A. DeVore, outgoing commanding officer, Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 312 (VMFA-312), Marine Aircraft Group 31 (MAG-31) relinquishes command Dec. 3 to Lt. Col. Clayton D. Gard III, commanding officer, VMFA-312, MAG-31, during the VMFA-312 Change of Command ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort. Photo by Cpl. Aidan Parker, USMC.
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