Capt. Richelle Treece of the Oklahoma Army National Guard uses a family tragedy and her athletic ability to raise funds and awareness for cancer research. Package ready to air. CG: Major Michael Urrutia Capt. Treece's former TAC officer :21 - :34 Captain Richelle Treece Logistics officer :48 - 1:08 Derek Swartzendruber Assistant Coach, Sandro Sampaio Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 1:45 - 1:58
Taken: 01.10.2016 | Video by Spc. Nicole Baker
Lt. Col. Scott Holt of Mannford, Oklahoma, address the Soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 160th Field Artillery Regiment, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team during his farewell speech. Holt relinquished command of the battalion to Lt. Col. Paul Harris of Edmond, Oklahoma, during a ceremony in Chandler, Oklahoma on Aug. 6th. (Oklahoma Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Anthony Jones)
Taken: 08.06.2016 | Photo by Sgt. Anthony Jones
CHANDLER, Okla. - Soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 160th Field Artillery Regiment, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT), held the time-honored tradition of a change of command ceremony in Chandler, Oklahoma, to welcome incoming commander, Lt. Col. Paul Harris of Edmond, Oklahoma and honor outgoing commander Lt. Col. Scott Holt of Mannford, Oklahoma on Aug. 6th. During the ceremony, the Battalion’s colors, the flag symbolizing the unit, were passed from one commander to the other, symbolizing the change of command. After taking command of the Battalion, Harris challenged the Soldiers to ask themselves at the end of each day what they have done to make themselves better. “Ask, ‘What have I done today to make my family...
08.06.2016 | CHANDLER, OK, US | Story by Sgt. Anthony Jones