407th Civil Affairs Battalion Commander Speaks to Members of CJTF-HOA during Transition of Authority

U.S. Army Maj. Mitchell Johnson, Bravo Company 407th Civil Affairs Battalion commander, speaks to members of Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa during a transition of authority ceremony for Bravo and Charlie Companies of the 407th Civil Affairs Battalion.

U.S. Army Maj. Mitchell Johnson, Bravo Company 407th Civil Affairs Battalion commander, speaks to members of Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa during a transition of authority ceremony for Bravo and Charlie Companies of the 407th Civil Affairs Battalion. Johnson and his company are returning home following a nine month deployment were relieved by Charlie Company, 407th Civil Affairs Battalion. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Riley Johnson)

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