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Rotterdam man takes over as Guard commander

New York Army National Guard 1st Lt. Mark Colloton, center, accepts the guidon of Company E 427th Brigade Support Battalion during change-of-command ceremonies Sunday at Niskayuna High School. Colloton, a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, took over the company from Capt. Stephen Kitchen, left. (Photo provided)
New York Army National Guard 1st Lt. Mark Colloton, center, accepts the guidon of Company E 427th Brigade Support Battalion during change-of-command ceremonies Sunday at Niskayuna High School. Colloton, a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, took over the company from Capt. Stephen Kitchen, left. (Photo provided)
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Soldiers of the New York Army National Guard’s Company E 427th Brigade Support Battalion stood at attention Sunday morning as 1st Lt. Mark Colloton took command of their company in a ceremony at Niskayuna High School. Colloton replaces outgoing commander Capt. Stephen Kitchen. The National Guard “Freedom Salute” recognition ceremony and company change of command ceremony featured the traditional passing of the guidon — a flag bearing the company’s colors — from outgoing to incoming ...


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