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Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick became the 53rd U.S. Army Corps of Engineers commanding general and U.S. Army chief of engineers during an assumption of command ceremony today at Baruch Auditorium, Fort Lesley J. McNair. Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III hosted the event. Also available in high definition.


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This work, LTG Bostick Assumes USACE Command Clean, by Mary Cochran, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.22.2012

Date Posted:05.23.2012 5:14AM

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Video ID:144849

VIRIN:120522-A-#####-002

Filename:DOD_100398143

Length:00:01:36

Location:WASHINGTON, DC, USGlobe

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