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Army Reserve Brig. Gen. William Barriage, the commanding general of the 351st Civil Affairs Command, holds a sword during the Change of Responsibility Ceremony held at Moffett Field, Calif., Oct. 17. Command Sgt. Maj. Gregory Thomsen took the helm as the senior enlisted Soldier from Command Sgt. Maj. Mark Martello. The 351st CACOM has more than 2,100 Soldiers in eight states, to include Hawaii. The 351st CACOM is assigned to the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) based at Fort Bragg, N.C. USACAPOC (A) has more than 13,000 Soldiers with Civil Affairs, Psychological Operations and Information Operations units across the country. USACAPOC(A) has 94 percent of the Army’s General Purpose Forces’ CA Capability, 100 percent of the Army’s General Purpose Forces’ PSYOP Capability and 42 percent of the Army’s General Purpose Forces’ I/O Capability. The command also has oversight of all Army Reserve airborne operations.
151017-A-IL196-005.JPG Photo By: Master Sgt. Mark Bell

Oct 21, 2015
Moffett FIeld - Army Reserve Brig. Gen. William Barriage, the commanding general of the 351st Civil Affairs Command, holds a sword during the Change of Responsibility Ceremony held at Moffett Field, Calif., Oct. 17. Command Sgt. Maj. Gregory Thomsen took the helm as the senior enlisted Soldier from Command Sgt. Maj. Mark Martello. The 351st CACOM has more than 2,100 Soldiers in eight states, to include Hawaii. The 351st CACOM is assigned to the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) based at Fort Bragg, N.C. USACAPOC (A) has more than 13,000 Soldiers with Civil Affairs, Psychological Operations and Information Operations units across the country. USACAPOC(A) has 94 percent of the Army’s General Purpose Forces’ CA Capability, 100 percent of the Army’s General Purpose Forces’ PSYOP Capability and 42 percent of the Army’s General Purpose Forces’ I/O Capability. The command also has oversight of all Army Reserve airborne operations.


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