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AFRL’s 711th Human Performance Wing welcomes 39th USAFSAM commander

Col. (Dr.) Richard O. Speakman, center, assumes command of the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, or USAFSAM, in a formal change of command ceremony with 711th Human Performance Wing Commander Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Robert K. Bogart, left, as outgoing USAFSAM Commander Col. (Dr.) Tory Woodard, right, looks on at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, July 2, 2024. Speakman took the reins from Woodard, who has served as USAFSAM’s commander since July 2021 and will serve next as deputy command surgeon for the Air Force Materiel Command. “Colonel Speakman, you are taking command of an incredibly unique, complex, operationally engaged and extremely relevant organization,” Bogart said at the ceremony. “I know that you will do an incredible job leading USAFSAM.” (U.S. Air Force photo / Rick Eldridge)

PHOTO BY: Rick Eldridge
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NIKON D750

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TAMRON SP 24-70mm F2.8 Di VC USD A007N

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63/10

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1/160

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800

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