U.S. Army Col. Jeffrey Bain, the new 60th Troop Command Commander, salutes U.S. Army Lt. Col. Dana Tucker, the Executive Officer for 60th TC, to conclude a change of command ceremony at the Claude T. Bowers Military Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, April 2, 2017. 60th TC is the most diverse brigade of the North Carolina Army National Guard. It’s comprised of Special Operations companies, a Field Artillery Battalion, a Recruiting and Retention Battalion, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal company, an Army Band company, a Medical detachment, a Public Affairs detachment and a Military History detachment. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Leticia Samuels, 382nd Public Affairs Detachment/Released)
Taken: 04.02.2017 | Photo by Sgt. Leticia Samuels
RALEIGH, N.C. – Service members assigned to the North Carolina National Guard’s most diverse brigade converged onto an enclosed assembly hall to welcome a new leader at their headquarters here April 2, 2017. U.S. Army Col. Jeffrey Bain, a Tar Heel native and military career logistician took command of the 60th Troop Command from Col. Ephraim E. Grubbs, III. “I’m thrilled to be taking over the most diverse brigade sized unit in the NC Army National Guard,” said Bain. Bain began his military career as a power generator mechanic assigned to Bravo Company, 230th Support Battalion, 30th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)(Separate), NCARNG in September 1987. He received his commission, as a second lieutenant, from the Campbell...
04.05.2017 | RALEIGH, NC, US | Story by Sgt. 1st Class Craig Norton