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

711th Human Performance Wing Commander Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Robert K. Bogart addresses a crowd of friends, family, colleagues, enlisted military and civilians at the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, or USAFSAM, Change of Command Ceremony at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, July 2, 2024, while outgoing USAFSAM Commander Col. (Dr.) Tory Woodard and incoming USAFSAM Commander Col. (Dr.) Richard O. Speakman observe. Speakman took the reins from Woodard, who has served as USAFSAM’s Commander since 2021. Speakman, a medical doctor and chief flight surgeon who has logged more than 775 flight hours — including 147 combat hours — in 16 different aircraft, was commissioned into the Air Force in 2002. He graduated medical school in 2006, after which he completed residencies in family and aerospace medicines and obtained a Master of Public Health degree. “You are a proven leader and I know you will continue this at USAFSAM as you further it on its journey; your skills are needed,” Bogart said to Speakman at the ceremony. (U.S. Air Force photo / Rick Eldridge)

PHOTO BY: Rick Eldridge
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NIKON D750

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TAMRON SP 70-200mm F2.8 Di VC USD A009N

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63/10

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1/160

ISO

640

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