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Col. Anthony Johnson receives the unit guidon from outgoing commander Col. Craig Kozeniesky during the change-of-command ceremony for the Combined Arms Training Center at Camp Fuji, Thursday.

Col. Anthony Johnson receives the unit guidon from outgoing commander Col. Craig Kozeniesky during the change-of-command ceremony for the Combined Arms Training Center at Camp Fuji, Thursday. (Grant Okubo/Stars and Stripes)

CAMP FUJI, Japan — Col. Craig Kozeniesky turned over command of the Combined Arms Training Center at Camp Fuji to Col. Anthony J. Johnson during a change-of-command ceremony Thursday.

Johnson comes to Japan from Fort Sill in Oklahoma, where he served as the commanding officer for the Marine Corps’s artillery detachment.

Kozeniesky is headed to the Pentagon to serve as the branch head of the Marine Corps Plans, Policies and Operations department.

The austere base in the foot hills of Mount Fuji, includes a joint-use 34,000 square-foot live-fire training ground.


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