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Question:
What does the command structure look like for a Battalion?

Answer:
Typically, a Battalion is made up of companies (or troops) and is commanded by a Lieutenant Colonel (with a Command Sergeant Major).

Question:
What is a Change of Command ceremony?

Answer:
A Change of Command ceremony is a symbolic passing of authority and responsibility from one command to the next. All are invited to attend the ceremony, which is typically followed by a reception with punch and cake.

Question:
What is the Armed Forces Network (AFN)?

Answer:
The American Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS) provides stateside radio and television programming to U.S. service men and women, DoD civilians, and their families serving outside the continental United States. The Armed Forces Network (AFN) is the worldwide radio and television broadcast network that provides this service.

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