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I had the pleasure to meet CPT Skelton last month. He is a true Warrior. God Bless him.
Hopefully I'll get to meet him in Vilseck. See you there.
Captain Skelton relinquished command of Comanche Troop and has moved on in his Army career, but will ever remain a Dragoon.
Well Done: Capt. DJ Skelton, passes the Comanche Troop guidon to Lt. Col Kendric Robbins, Commander of 1st Squadron, 2d Cavalry Regiment during his change of command ceremony held Friday, Jan. 27 at Memorial Gym on Rose Barracks. Skelton relinquished his command to Capt. Joseph Mazzocchi. Skelton has been reported to be the most injured active duty commander.