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Rear Adm. Bradley Andros, renders a salute to Adm. Daryl Caudle, commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command, after relieving Rear Adm. Joseph DiGuardo as commander, Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC), during a ceremony at Assault Craft Unit 4 onboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Sept. 30.

MWSS-271, NCHB-1 and HSM-72 demonstrate the integration of force capabilities as part of U.S. Fleet Forces Command Fleet Battle Problem 21-3.

Rear Adm. Dennis Collins is rendered honors during the arrival of the official party at the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group change of command ceremony where Rear Adm. Jacquelyn McClelland was relieved by Rear Adm. Dennis Collins at Naval Weapons Station Yorktown-Cheatham Annex in Williamsburg, Virginia, Oct. 2.

The blue-green teams of the Navy and Marine Corps expeditionary forces from Navy Cargo Handling Battalion EIGHT (NCHB-8) expeditionary fuels team and Marine Corps 6th Engineer Support Battalion Bulk Fuels Team, joined up at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, to integrate and train in coordination to focus on a concept of employment experimentation with the Expeditionary Fuel Dispensing System–Small (EFDS-S).

Steelworker Constructionman Austin Leisure, a native of Hillsboro, Illinois, assigned to Navy Cargo Handling Battalion (NCHB) 1, monitors a fuel line during a fixed wing refueling operation.

First Navy Expeditionary Logistics Regiment (NELR) held a change of command ceremony

MWSS-271, NCHB-1 and HSM-72 demonstrate the integration of force capabilities as part of U.S. Fleet Forces Command Fleet Battle Problem 21-3.

A 20,000 gallon collapsible fabric tank is filled with salt water as a test of the distributed littoral operational fuel transfer system (DLOFTS) by Navy Cargo Handling Battalion ONE on Onslow beach, N.C. as part of Large-Scale Exercise (LSE 21), Aug 7, 2021.