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1-14 FA Change of Command Ceremony

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30 June 2010

Soldiers of 1st Battalion 14th Field Artillery participated in the ceremony passing command of the battalion from LTC Anthony V. Gonzales to LTC Robert G. Picht, Jr., at Fort Sill's Old Post Quadrangle on 30 June 2010. COL Richard Cabrey, Commander, 214th Fires Brigade was the Reviewing Officer.

Passing the Colors


CSM David W. Carr, Command Sergeant Major, 1-14 FA, transfers the battalion colors to LTC Gonzales.


The transfer of command begins as LTC Gonzales passes the colors to COL Cabery.


LTC Picht receives the colors from COL Cabrey and assumes command of 1st Battalion 14th Field Artillery.

Pass in Review


1st Battalion 14th Field Artillery Staff led by LTC Picht, Battalion Commander.


77th Army Band
Bandmaster: WO1 Michael Franz


Headquarters Battery, 1-14 FA
Commander: CPT Jerry Jones II
First Sergeant: 1SG David Lukasik, Jr.


A Battery, 1-14 FA
Commander: CPT  Douglas Hoer
First Sergeant: 1SG Kevin White


1-14 FA Color Guard


578th Forward Support Company
Commander: CPT Clinton Hopkins
First Sergeant: 1SG Israel Cuevas


H Battery 26th FA (TA)
Commander: MAJ Brian Kavanaugh
First Sergeant: 1SG Jonathan Stephens


Fort Sill Field Artillery Half Section
Chief: Mr. Gerald Stuck