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New commander to mold Wisconsin's Iron Brigade

Command Sgt. Maj. Bradley J. Shields passes the noncommissioned officer saber to Col. John W. Schroeder, the commander of the 157th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade during a May 19 change of responsibility ceremony at the historic Richards Street Armory in Milwaukee. Shields, the brigade's first command sergeant major, passed responsibility to Command Sgt. Major Ralph R. Rosemore Jr. (Wisconsin National Guard photo by 1st Lt. Joe Trovato)



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This work, New commander to mold Wisconsin's Iron Brigade [Image 2 of 5], by 1LT Joseph Trovato, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.19.2013

Date Posted:05.21.2013 15:48

Photo ID:937584

VIRIN:130519-Z-EJ222-107

Resolution:2071x2592

Size:2.01 MB

Location:MILWAUKEE, WI, USGlobe

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