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Cmdr. Douglas Huggan, Navy Region Southeast special project assistant, prepares plates of spaghetti for the homeless and needy of Jacksonville at the local City Rescue Mission. Sailors served over 150 meals, emphasizing the Navy's mission of support to local communities.   U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy D. Laseter/ Released)  140819-N-PP197-006

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Cmdr. Douglas Huggan, Navy Region Southeast special project assistant, prepares plates of spaghetti for the homeless and needy of Jacksonville at the local City Rescue Mission. Sailors served over 150 meals, emphasizing the Navy's mission of support to local communities. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy D. Laseter/ Released) 140819-N-PP197-006

Rear Adm. Mary Jackson walks through the side boys formation during the Commander, Navy Region Southeast Change of Command ceremony on board Naval Air Station Jacksonville. During the ceremony, Jackson accepted command from Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson. Williamson will be reporting to Norfolk, Va., as Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.   U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy D. Laseter/ Released)  140718-N-PP197-074

JACKSONVILLE (Jul. 18, 2014)2 of 4

Rear Adm. Mary Jackson walks through the side boys formation during the Commander, Navy Region Southeast Change of Command ceremony on board Naval Air Station Jacksonville. During the ceremony, Jackson accepted command from Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson. Williamson will be reporting to Norfolk, Va., as Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy D. Laseter/ Released) 140718-N-PP197-074

Rear Adm. Mary Jackson and Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson shake hands following the official turnover during the Commander, Navy Region Southeast change of command ceremony on board Naval Air Station Jacksonville. During the ceremony, Jackson accepted command from Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson. Williamson will be reporting to Norfolk, Va., as Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.   U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy D. Laseter/ Released)  140718-N-PP197-130

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Rear Adm. Mary Jackson and Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson shake hands following the official turnover during the Commander, Navy Region Southeast change of command ceremony on board Naval Air Station Jacksonville. During the ceremony, Jackson accepted command from Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson. Williamson will be reporting to Norfolk, Va., as Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy D. Laseter/ Released) 140718-N-PP197-130

Rear Adm. Mary Jackson and Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson participate in the cake-cutting ceremony immediately following the Commander, Navy Region Southeast Change of Command ceremony.  During the ceremony, Jackson accepted command from Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson. Williamson will be reporting to Norfolk, Va., as Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.   U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy D. Laseter/ Released)  140718-N-PP197-161

JACKSONVILLE (Jul. 18, 2014)4 of 4

Rear Adm. Mary Jackson and Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson participate in the cake-cutting ceremony immediately following the Commander, Navy Region Southeast Change of Command ceremony. During the ceremony, Jackson accepted command from Rear Adm. Ricky Williamson. Williamson will be reporting to Norfolk, Va., as Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy D. Laseter/ Released) 140718-N-PP197-161

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