FORT DIX--Lt. Col. Greg Dresibach, the new commander of the New York Army National Guard's 101st Signal Battalion accepts the battalion colors from Col. Stephanie Dawson, commander of the 369th Sustainment Brigade, during Change-of-Command Ceremonies at Fort Dix on Oct. 3.
Dreisbach, who served as deputy signal officer for the 42nd Infantry Division in Iraq,and is also commander of Joint Task Force Empire Shield, took over the battalion from Lt. Col. Thomas Kilmartin.
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