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News | June 29, 2022

Col. Frankie Cochiaosue takes command of the 733d MSG

By Senior Airman Anthony Nin Leclerec 633d Air Base Wing Public Affairs

U.S. Army Col. Frankie Cochiaosue assumed command of the 733d Mission Support Group at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, June 23, 2022.

U.S. Air Force Col. Gregory Beaulieu, 633d Air Base Wing commander presided over ceremony, relinquishing command from U.S. Army Col. Chesley Thigpen to Col. Cochiaosue.

The 733d MSG supports the wartime readiness of two U.S. Army deployable brigades and one Joint Task Force, while simultaneously providing peacetime mission support to organizations representing every Major Army Command, three Combatant Commands, the Joint Staff, Department of Homeland Security and Department of Transportation.

As the new commander, Cochiaosue leads over 1,100 personnel in four squadrons that provides installation support, base operations and quality of life programs to the Fort Eustis community consisting of over 20,000 service members, DoD civilians and family members.

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