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A conflict arises when the green/ready battery commander takes his unit to conduct METL-focused training off-post.
The battery commander petitioned that the gun be replaced by something more easily carried and two French trophies captured at Martinique were given in its place.
The Battery Commander petitioned that the gun be replaced by something more easily carried and two French trophies captured at Martinique were given in its place - a brass drum and a Battle Axe.
His battery commander, Major Tim Law, described him as a "first-rate soldier" .
In his previous assignments, he was a Fire Support Officer, Fire Direction Officer, Firing Platoon Leader and Service Battery Executive Officer with 4th Battalion, 1st Field Artillery (4-1 FA), 1st Armored Division, at Fort Riley, Kansas; the Combined/Joint Forces G3 Deep Operations Division Fire Support/Direction Officer in Seoul, Korea; and a Battalion S2, Maintenance Officer and Battery Commander with 1-27 FA, 41st FA Brigade, in Germany.
Brigadier Iain Cholerton, Senior Army Officer in Wales and commander of the Army's 160 Wales Brigade, attended the funeral and Sgt Hamblin's Battery Commander Major Derek Munro gave a reading at the service.
Besides allowing the battery's Soldiers to hone their skills and showcase the effectiveness of their weapons, the recent exercise allowed the unit to synchronize all the fire support assets in the area, as a show of force, said battery commander CPT Brendan Raymond.
Anyway, I just now got permission from my battery commander to skate here.