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I Corps changes hands

Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown, former commanding general, I Corps, says goodbye and thank you to the many friends, family and special guests who attended the change of command ceremony on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., Feb. 6. Brown relinquished command of I Corps to Lt. Gen. Stephen R. Lanza and will now move to his next assignment as commanding general of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.



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This work, I Corps changes hands [Image 1 of 3], by SSG David Chapman, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.06.2014

Date Posted:02.06.2014 19:37

Photo ID:1162799

VIRIN:140206-A-CD114-755

Resolution:2848x4288

Size:8.08 MB

Location:JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, WA, USGlobe

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  • (In vehicle, from left to right) Col. Thomas Britian, 7th Infantry Division chief of staff; Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Lanza, 7th Inf. Div. commanding general; and I Corps Command General, Lt. Gen. Robert Brown, inspect troops from the division's five subordinate brigades-- three Stryker brigades, one aviation brigade and one artillery brigade-- during the reactivation ceremony for the Bayonet division Oct. 10 at Watkins Parade Field, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.
  • Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown, commanding general, I Corps., shakes hands and embraces Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Lanza, commanding general, 7th Infantry Division, during the Honors Ceremony outside the I Corps Headquarters building, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., Aug. 30.
Major Gen. Lanza recently relocated to JBLM and will assume command of the 7th Infantry Division when it is reactivated, Oct. 4. The division will provide oversight for personnel, equipment, training and readiness of three Stryker Brigade Combat Teams, a Combat Aviation Brigade and a Fires Brigade - totaling some 17,000 soldiers, according to the I Corps Public Affairs Office.
  • I Corps Commanding General, Lt. Gen. Robert Brown (right) holds the 7th Infantry Division colors, as Command Sgt. Maj. Delbert D. Byers, left, prepares to uncase them with Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Lanza  Oct. 10 during the 7th Infantry Division reactivation ceremony at Watkins Parade Field, Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Lanza and Byers will lead the division and its five subordinate brigades, which consist of nearly 18,000 soldiers. The brigades are as follows: 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division; 3rd SBCT, 2ID; 4th SBCT, 2ID; 16th Combat Aviation Brigade; and 17th Fires Brigade.
  • Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown, commanding general, I Corps, speaks before a crowd of friends, Family and soldiers as he welcomes Maj. Gen. Stephen R Lanza, commanding general, 7th Infantry Division, to Joint Base Lewis-McChord Wash., during the Honors Ceremony outside the corps headquarters building, Aug. 30.
Major Gen. Lanza recently relocated to JBLM and will assume command of the 7th Infantry Division when it is reactivated, Oct. 4. The division will provide oversight for personnel, equipment, training and readiness of three Stryker Brigade Combat Teams, a Combat Aviation Brigade and a Fires Brigade—totaling some 17,000 Soldiers, according to the I Corps Public Affairs Office.

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