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61st CELS Gains New Commander

Col. Becky Beers, Los Angeles Garrison commander, left, turns over the 61st CELS command guidon to Lt. Col. Ryan Oot, new 61st CELS commander, right at his change of command ceremony which was held in their warehouse on Monday.

Col. Becky Beers, Los Angeles Garrison commander, left, turns over the 61st CELS command guidon to Lt. Col. Ryan Oot, new 61st CELS commander, right at his change of command ceremony which was held in their warehouse on Monday. Senior Master Sgt. Charles Stubblebine, 61st CELS superintendent, stands ready to post the gideon. Lt. Col. Oot will be commanding a 216 member unit with a budget of $35 million.

The ceremonial change of command cake welcomes the new 61st CELS commander Lt. Col. Ryan Oot to the unit at his change of command ceremony which was held in their warehouse on Monday

The ceremonial change of command cake welcomes the new 61st CELS commander Lt. Col. Ryan Oot to the unit at his change of command ceremony which was held in their warehouse on Monday

Outgoing 61st CELS commander Lt. Col. Woo Chun gives his final remarks to the audience during his change of command ceremony which was held in their warehouse on Monday.

Outgoing 61st CELS commander Lt. Col. Woo Chun gives his final remarks to the audience during his change of command ceremony which was held in their warehouse on Monday.

Col. Becky Beers, Los Angeles Garrison commander, left, accepts the 61st CELS, Civilian Engineer and Logistics Squadron, unit gideon from outgoing commander Lt. Col. Woo Chun, right at his change of command ceremony which was held in their warehouse on Monday.

Col. Becky Beers, Los Angeles Garrison commander, left, accepts the 61st CELS, Civil Engineer and Logistics Squadron, unit gideon from outgoing commander Lt. Col. Woo Chun, right at his change of command ceremony which was held in their warehouse on Monday. Senior Master Sgt. Charles Stubblebine, 61st CELS superintendent, stands ready to post the gideon. Col. Beers noted that Lt Col. Chun was a great leader and program manager making the base a safe place for employees to returned to work after the mandatory COVID-19 stay at home order.

Col. Becky Beers, Los Angeles Garrison commander, left, turns over the 61st CELS command guidon to Lt. Col. Ryan Oot, new 61st CELS commander, right at his change of command ceremony which was held in their warehouse on Monday. Senior Master Sgt. Charles Stubblebine, 61st CELS superintendent, stands ready to post the gideon. Lt. Col. Oot will be commanding a 216 member unit with a budget of $35 million.