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Cmdr. Teague Suarez relieved Cmdr. Tony Chavez as the 34th Commanding Officer of HSM-37 at Hangar 103 aboard Marine Corps base Hawaii during a change of command ceremony on December 1, 2016. Cmdr. Suarez is looking forward to leading the "easyriders," and is extremely honored to be the next commanding officer. “Over the last year, our squadron has been extremely successful and we are poised to do more outstanding things in the near future," said  Cmdr. Suarez, a San Antonio, Texas, native. "We will continue to put exceptional, combat-ready detachments to sea to support our nation’s missions across the globe.” (U.S. Navy by PO3 Aljohn Ponce)
120116-M-ZO893-001.JPG Photo By: PO3 Aljohn Ponce

Dec 5, 2016
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Cmdr. Teague Suarez relieved Cmdr. Tony Chavez as the 34th Commanding Officer of HSM-37 at Hangar 103 aboard Marine Corps base Hawaii during a change of command ceremony on December 1, 2016. Cmdr. Suarez is looking forward to leading the "easyriders," and is extremely honored to be the next commanding officer. “Over the last year, our squadron has been extremely successful and we are poised to do more outstanding things in the near future," said Cmdr. Suarez, a San Antonio, Texas, native. "We will continue to put exceptional, combat-ready detachments to sea to support our nation’s missions across the globe.” (U.S. Navy by PO3 Aljohn Ponce)


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