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Fort Bragg soldiers and community members welcomed a new commander Friday who will help oversee the day-to-day operations of the largest populated military installation in the world.  

Col. Scott Pence, Fort Bragg’s outgoing commander who is headed to the Pentagon, handed the garrison’s colors to incoming commander Col. John Wilcox at the ceremony held on the post’s main parade field.  

“The command is one of the highest honors that one can experience both for its awesome responsibility (and) the trust to lead and care for our nation’s greatest assets and our treasures — the soldiers, civilians, and their families,” said Brenda McCullough, who reviewed the ceremony on behalf of the Installation Management Command.  

Quoting Pence, McCullough said leading the garrison means “the garrison fence line is the new global frontline,” as Fort Bragg is home to the 82nd Airborne Division, Special Forces, and the nation’s Immediate Response Force that rapidly deploys worldwide within hours.  

Farewell to outgoing commander

Col. Scott Pence, outgoing Fort Bragg garrison commander, makes remarks during a command change ceremony Friday, June 24, 2022, at Fort Bragg.

During Pence’s time at Fort Bragg, he coordinated with leaders, and the Immediate Response Force rapidly deployed to help with the drawdown of American troops marking the end of the 20-year war in Afghanistan and as they again deployed in February to support NATO as Russia attacked Ukraine.  

McCullough said he helped manage an annual budget of more than $516 million; provided leadership and support to more than 121,000 service members, families and civilians with more than 172,000 acres of land and 24,000 housing units.  

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