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Change of Command: Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort sees new commanding officer

Col. Brian C. Murtha relinquished command of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort on Thursday, Feb. 13 to Col.  Peter D. Buck. Col. Murtha also retired after 30 years of service as a U.S. Marine. Pictured here: Col. Brian Murtha salutes during the change of command and retirement ceremony. Photos by Bob Sofaly.
Col. Brian C. Murtha relinquished command of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort on Thursday, Feb. 13 to Col. Peter D. Buck. Col. Murtha also retired after 30 years of service as a U.S. Marine. Pictured here: Col. Brian Murtha salutes during the change of command and retirement ceremony. Photos by Bob Sofaly.
Outgoing commanding officer, Col. Brian C. Murtha, left, congratulates Col. Peter D. Buck, right, as the new commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort during the Change of Command Ceremony Thursday, Feb. 13.
Outgoing commanding officer, Col. Brian C. Murtha, left, congratulates Col. Peter D. Buck, right, as the new commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort during the Change of Command Ceremony Thursday, Feb. 13.

 

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