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36th Division headquarters returns to duty, welcomes new commander

Former 36th Infantry Division Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Eddy M. Spurgin and Command Sgt. Maj. Wilson L. Early unfurled their unit’s colors during an uncasing ceremony at Camp Mabry, Austin, Texas, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2011. The ceremony marked the end of the historic deployment for the division.



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This work, 36th Division headquarters returns to duty, welcomes new commander [Image 5 of 10], by SGT Josiah Pugh, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.21.2012

Date Posted:01.27.2012 11:33

Photo ID:515340

VIRIN:120121-A-PF319-136

Resolution:680x1024

Size:532.91 KB

Location:CAMP MABRY, TX, USGlobe

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