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Submarine squad welcomes new commander

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Captain Jeffrey Grimes relieves Captain Scott Minium as commander of Submarine Squadron 15. A change of command ceremony was held this morning at Bravo Wharf on Naval Base Guam.

"Scott runs a tight ship, thanks for mentoring me and teaching me over these last few months I wish you and Julie the best in your next travels 19 I could not be more excited about this assignment it's a rare opportunity that you get to fleet up as has been mentioned and I get to do it the first one that I know of, but better than that I get to work with the exceptional can do Guam Team," he said.

Grimes previously served as the deputy of operations. Minium meanwhile heads to his next duty station at chief of naval operations strategic studies group in Newport, Rhode Island.
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