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690th NSS assumes new commander
Col. Chad Raduege, left, 690th Cyberspace Operations Group commander, passes the colors to incoming commander Capt. Timothy Labinski, 26th Network Operations Squadron operation flight commander at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., Aug. 15, 2014. Labinski is assuming command of the 690th Network Support Squadron from Lt. Col Eric Trias. (U.S Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexa Culbert)
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690th NSS assumes new commander

Posted 8/20/2014   Updated 8/20/2014 Email story   Print story

    


by Airman 1st Class Alexa Culbert
42nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs


8/20/2014 - MAXWELL-GUNTER ANNEX, Ala.--  -- Airmen from the 690th Network Support Squadron welcomed new commander Capt. Timothy F. Labinski following a change of command ceremony at Maxwell Aug. 15, 2014.

Lt. Col. Eric Trias relinquished command to Labinski after about 2 years as the commander of the 690th NSS. Trias compared his role as the commander to being a kid in an amusement park.
 
He said, "It's been an awesome ride."

Trias will become the Chief of Enterprise Architecture at the Pentagon. He said while it is bittersweet that he is leaving, he has great confidence that the squadron is in good hands.

Before officially relinquishing command, Trias told his Airmen that he hopes they have been motivated by his story and strive to follow a similar path.

Labinski is the new commander, but no stranger to Maxwell. Before assuming command of the 690th NSS, he was the 26th Network Operations Squadron's operations flight commander at Maxwell. Labinski was all smiles during the ceremony and said he is excited and looks forward to working with everybody and continuing Trias's work.



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