Lacouture Takes Command Of 920th Operational Support Squadron At Patrick Air Force Base

By  //  June 8, 2015

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Col. MarK Blalock, 920th Operations Group Commander (left), officiates the 920th Operational Support Squadron change of command where Lt. Col. Timothy Davis (middle) relinquished command to Lt. Col. Chris Lacouture (right) June 6, 2015. (Image by 920th Rescue Wing Public Affairs)

BREVARD COUNTY • PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA – Col. MarK Blalock, 920th Operations Group Commander, officiated the 920th Operational Support Squadron change of command June 6 where Lt. Col. Chris Lacouture took command from Lt. Col. Tim Davis.

Davis will retire from the military for the 2nd time, and take a job as a civilian at Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters, in Macon, Ga., in the personal recovery section.

Davis also served as an Air Force aviator within the unit flying HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters.

Lacouture is also an H-60G Pave Hawk pilot with the 301st Rescue Squadron, and the former assistant director of operations.

Col. MarK Blalock, 920th Operations Group Commander (left), presents the 920th Operational Support Squadron flag to its new commander, Lt. Col. Chris Lacouture (right), June 6, 2015. Lacouture took command of the OSS from Lt. Col. Tim Davis who will retire from the military for the 2nd time, and take a job as a civilian at Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters, in Macon, Ga. (Image by 920th Rescue Wing Public Affairs)

Col. MarK Blalock, 920th Operations Group Commander (left), presents the 920th Operational Support Squadron flag to its new commander, Lt. Col. Chris Lacouture (right), June 6, 2015. Lacouture took command of the OSS from Lt. Col. Tim Davis who will retire from the military for the 2nd time, and take a job as a civilian at Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters, in Macon, Ga. (Image by 920th Rescue Wing Public Affairs)

During the 920th Operational Support Squadron Change of Command Lt. Col. Tim Davis was presented with a special gift which he shares with his family afterward. Davis relinquished command to Lt. Col. Chris Lacouture June 6, 2015. Davis will retire from the military for the 2nd time, and take a job as a civilian at Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters, in Macon, Ga. (Image by 920th Rescue Wing Public Affairs)

During the 920th Operational Support Squadron Change of Command Lt. Col. Tim Davis was presented with a special gift which he shares with his family afterward. Davis relinquished command to Lt. Col. Chris Lacouture June 6, 2015. Davis will retire from the military for the 2nd time, and take a job as a civilian at Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters, in Macon, Ga. (Image by 920th Rescue Wing Public Affairs)


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