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    Kelley relinquishes command of 1st Brigade to Barnes

    Leadership of U.S. Army Cadet Command’s 1st Brigade changed hands as Col. Dan Kelley handed the unit colors to incoming commander Col. Sean Barnes during a change of command ceremony June 12 at Fort Knox’s Olive Theater.

    During the event, 1st Brigade also welcomed Command Sgt. Maj. Randy Wright, who is replacing Command Sgt. Maj. Kenneth Clayborn.

    Barnes comes to Fort Knox from Camp Smith, Hawaii, where he served as chief of plans, U.S. Pacific Command. Kelley is heading to Fort Shafter, Hawaii, where he will serve as the G-7 for U.S. Army Pacific.

    Maj. Gen. Chris Hughes, commander of USACC and Fort Knox, presided over the ceremony.

    He shared a few thoughts on both of the outgoing leaders of 1st Brigade.  Read More...

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