90 SFG Commander retired today. I wasn't able to make it to his retirement or change of command ceremonies since I was working, but I caught him this morning before he left base as he was gassing up his truck. It was a privilege to serve under his command and I wish him and his family the best. I've only ever once before served under a commander that cared about his people as much as he did, and both times the experience was too short-lived. Tonight, the 90 SFG will drink in salute of Colonel M. and his family.