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New Commander for 501st Ordnance Battalion

GLENVILLE--Major Doug Baker ( right) the incoming commander of the New York Army National Guards 501st Ordnance Battalion ( Explosive Ordnance Disposal) receives the unit colors from Col. Michael Fowler the commander of the 153rd Troop Command during change-of-command ceremonies on Saturday June 8 2019 at the Glenville Armed Forces Reserve Center in Glenville N.Y. Baker a veteran of the Iraq War and campaign against the Islamic State is a Porters Corner resident.

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