Illinois National Guard's 33rd Military Police Battalion to get new commander Print
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Written by Illinois National Guard Public Affairs Office   
Monday, 28 October 2013 14:21

SPRINGFIELD, IL (10/28/2013)(readMedia)-- The Illinois National Guard's 33rd Military Police Battalion in Bloomington will hold a change of command ceremony Nov. 2 where incoming commander Maj. Marcus Matthews of Chicago will take over from Lt. Col. Ronald Bonesz of Chicago in a traditional military ceremony.

WHO:

• Illinois National Guard’s 33rd Military Police Battalion in Bloomington

• Outgoing commander, Lt. Col. Ronald Bonesz of Schaumburg

• Incoming commander, Maj. Marcus Matthews of Chicago

WHAT:

• Change of Command ceremony for the Illinois Army National Guard’s 33d Military Police Battalion

WHEN: Saturday November 02, 2013 at 01:00PM Central Time (US & Canada)

WHERE:Bloomington Armory
1616 Main St.
Bloomington, Illinois 61701

NOTES:

For more information or if media plan to attend, contact the Illinois National Guard Public Affairs Office at 217-761-3569 or Email: ng.il.ilarng.list.staff-pao@mail.mil


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