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Marine colonel new leader of DISA Pacific command

July 18, 2016 Marine Col. Joseph E. Delaney assumed command of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Pacific Field Command (PAC) from Marine Col. Joseph A. Matos III during a change of command ceremony held July 14, 2016 aboard the USS Battleship Missouri, at Pearl Harbor, HI.

Delaney comes to DISA PAC from his most recent assignment as Assistant Chief of Staff G-6, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, Okinawa, Japan.

Matos served as the DISA Pacific commander for the past three years. His next assignment is at Marine Corps Forces Pacific (MARFORPAC), serving as the senior information technology officer (G6).

DISA Director and Commander of Joint Force Headquarters – Department of Defense Information Networks (JFHQ-DODIN) Army Lt. Gen. Alan R. Lynn presided over the ceremony. Family members, friends, colleagues, and service members were in attendance to bid farewell to Matos and to welcome Delaney.

Distinguished guests included Brig. Gen. Brian W. Cavanaugh, Deputy Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific; Rear Adm. Kathy M. Creighton, USN, PACOM J6; Randall C. Cieslak, PACOM CIO; Lawrence Klooster, Vice Principal Director DISA Center for Operations; and Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Andrea Gates, DISA Senior Enlisted Advisor. Mrs. Kim Matos was accompanied by her two sons Cole Matos, Trevor Matos, and daughter Tori Matos. Mrs. Larquetta Delaney and her two daughters Jala Delaney and Alyssa Delaney were also in attendance.

 

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