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Chief Warrant Officer Change at Fort Leonard Wood

The U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School held a Chemical Corps Regimental Chief Warrant Officer change-of-responsibility ceremony Thursday at the CBRN Regimental Room in the John B. Mahaffey Museum Complex, where Chief Warrant Officer 3 Robert Lockwood relinquished responsibility to Chief Warrant Officer 3 Humphrey Hills.
Colonel Sean Crockett, USACBRNS commandant, said he has seen the continual evolution of CBRN warrant officers to meet the increasing needs of the warfighting community in support of multi-domain operations in a complex CBRN environment.
Lockwood, who moves on to an assignment at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, called Hills, “absolutely the right warrant officer to take the helm.”
Hills, who comes here from an assignment as the Chemical Branch 740A career manager at Fort Knox, Kentucky, vowed to “work tirelessly” in his new role.

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