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Deploying Soldiers of the 233rd Military Police Company based in Springfield, Illinois, stand as family members, colleagues and distinguished visitors applaud them during a deployment ceremony held at the Illinois Military Academy on Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois, Jan. 29. Thirty Soldiers of the 233rd will are deploying to Afghanistan to conduct security missions in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel and are expected to return home in December 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Robert Adams, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs Office.) Deploying Soldiers of the 233rd Military Police Company based in Springfield, Illinois, stand as family members, colleagues and distinguished visitors applaud them during a deployment ceremony held at the Illinois Military Academy on Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois, Jan. 29. Thirty Soldiers of the 233rd will are deploying to Afghanistan to conduct security missions in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel and are expected to return home in December 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Robert Adams, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs Office.)

Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner (left) and Brig. Gen. Michael Glisson of Festus, Missouri, director of the Illinois National Guard’s Joint Staff, present 1st Lt. Carl Crawford of Springfield, Illinois, commander of the deploying Soldiers, with the Illinois flag that will accompany them on their mission. Thirty Soldiers of the 233rd will are deploying to Afghanistan to conduct security missions in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel and are expected to return home in December 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Robert Adams, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs Office.) Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner (left) and Brig. Gen. Michael Glisson of Festus, Missouri, director of the Illinois National Guard’s Joint Staff, present 1st Lt. Carl Crawford of Springfield, Illinois, commander of the deploying Soldiers, with the Illinois flag that will accompany them on their mission. Thirty Soldiers of the 233rd will are deploying to Afghanistan to conduct security missions in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel and are expected to return home in December 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Robert Adams, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs Office.)

Brig. Gen. Michael Glisson of Festus, Missouri outgoing commander, speaks to the 65th Troop Command, based in Springfield, during a change of command ceremony at Camp Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois Jan. 9. Col. Rodney A. Thacker, a native of Sorento, Illinois, took command of the 65th Glisson during the ceremony. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Sims, Illinois National Guard) Brig. Gen. Michael Glisson of Festus, Missouri outgoing commander, speaks to the 65th Troop Command, based in Springfield, during a change of command ceremony at Camp Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois Jan. 9. Col. Rodney A. Thacker, a native of Sorento, Illinois, took command of the 65th Glisson during the ceremony. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Sims, Illinois National Guard)

Brig. Gen. Michael Zerbonia of Chatham, Illinois, the Assistant Adjutant General-Army of the Illinois National Guard, passes the 65th Troop Command guidon to Col. Rodney A. Thacker, a native of Sorento, Illinois at the 65th's change of command ceremony. Thacker took command of the 65th Troop Command based in Springfield, Illinois from Col. Michael J. Glisson, of Festus, Missouri, during a change of command ceremony, Jan. 9, at Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Dan LoGrasso, Illinois National Guard) Brig. Gen. Michael Zerbonia of Chatham, Illinois, the Assistant Adjutant General-Army of the Illinois National Guard, passes the 65th Troop Command guidon to Col. Rodney A. Thacker, a native of Sorento, Illinois at the 65th's change of command ceremony. Thacker took command of the 65th Troop Command based in Springfield, Illinois from Col. Michael J. Glisson, of Festus, Missouri, during a change of command ceremony, Jan. 9, at Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Dan LoGrasso, Illinois National Guard)

Maj. Gen. Richard J. Hayes, the Adjutant General of the Illinois National Guard, recites the oath of office to Brig. Gen. Michael Glisson of Festus, Missouri. Glisson, the former commander of the 65th Troop Command Brigade, was promoted to Brigadier General, January 9, in a joint change of command and promotion ceremony at Camp Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois. Glisson was appointed as the Illinois National Guard’s Director of the Joint Staff in mid-October replacing Brig. Gen. Alicia Tate-Nadeau, who now serves as the Assistant Adjutant General - Army.
Maj. Gen. Richard J. Hayes, the Adjutant General of the Illinois National Guard, recites the oath of office to Brig. Gen. Michael Glisson of Festus, Missouri. Glisson, the former commander of the 65th Troop Command Brigade, was promoted to Brigadier General, January 9, in a joint change of command and promotion ceremony at Camp Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois. Glisson was appointed as the Illinois National Guard’s Director of the Joint Staff in mid-October replacing Brig. Gen. Alicia Tate-Nadeau, who now serves as the Assistant Adjutant General - Army.

Laura Glisson pins brigadier general rank onto her husband Brig. Gen. Michael Glisson of Festus, Missouri, former commander of the 65th Troop Command, while Glisson’s sons Connor and Dylan Maj. Gen. Richard J. Hayes, the Adjutant General of the Illinois National Guard look on during a joint change of Laura Glisson pins brigadier general rank onto her husband Brig. Gen. Michael Glisson of Festus, Missouri, former commander of the 65th Troop Command, while Glisson’s sons Connor and Dylan Maj. Gen. Richard J. Hayes, the Adjutant General of the Illinois National Guard look on during a joint change of

Sgt. 1st Class Christine Radloff places command sergeant major rank on her husband, Stephen W. Radloff of Troy, Illinois, during a promotion ceremony at Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois, Jan. 30, 2016. Both Soldiers are with the Recruiting and Retention Battalion in Springfield, Illinois. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kassidy L. Snyder, Recruiting and Retention Battalion) Sgt. 1st Class Christine Radloff places command sergeant major rank on her husband, Stephen W. Radloff of Troy, Illinois, during a promotion ceremony at Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois, Jan. 30, 2016. Both Soldiers are with the Recruiting and Retention Battalion in Springfield, Illinois. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kassidy L. Snyder, Recruiting and Retention Battalion)

Jaycob White places sergeant major rank on his dad, Jeffrey V. White of Blue Mound, Illinois, during a promotion ceremony at Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois, Jan. 30, 2016. White is the Enlisted Strength Management noncommissioned officer in charge with the Recruiting and Retention Battalion in Springfield, Illinois. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kassidy L. Snyder, Recruiting and Retention Battalion) Jaycob White places sergeant major rank on his dad, Jeffrey V. White of Blue Mound, Illinois, during a promotion ceremony at Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois, Jan. 30, 2016. White is the Enlisted Strength Management noncommissioned officer in charge with the Recruiting and Retention Battalion in Springfield, Illinois. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kassidy L. Snyder, Recruiting and Retention Battalion)

Carter Matteson pins chief warrant officer 3 rank on his mother, Nicole L. Matteson of Springfield, Illinois, during a promotion ceremony at Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois, Jan. 21. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Robert R. Adams, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs Office) Carter Matteson pins chief warrant officer 3 rank on his mother, Nicole L. Matteson of Springfield, Illinois, during a promotion ceremony at Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois, Jan. 21. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Robert R. Adams, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs Office)

Lt. Col. Gregory Ota of Wheaton, Illinois, stands with Col. Paul Fanning of Chestnut, Illinois, the 129th Regional Training Institute commander, after receiving the Meritorious Service Medal for his time in command of 2nd Battalion, 129th RTI based in Springfield, Illinois. Ota relinquished command during a change of command ceremony Jan. 23 at the Illinois Military Academy in Springfield, Illinois. Lt. Col. Gregory Ota of Wheaton, Illinois, stands with Col. Paul Fanning of Chestnut, Illinois, the 129th Regional Training Institute commander, after receiving the Meritorious Service Medal for his time in command of 2nd Battalion, 129th RTI based in Springfield, Illinois. Ota relinquished command during a change of command ceremony Jan. 23 at the Illinois Military Academy in Springfield, Illinois.

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