U.S. Coast Guard Commander Andrew S. Joca, left, playfully duels with Commander Nathan L. Rumsey, right, after a Change of Command ceremony at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center on Thursday, June 20, 2019. Outgoing Commander Joca assumed command of the Civil Engineering Unit in Juneau in May 2016 and will become the Director of Operational Logistics in Norfolk, Virginia. Commander Rumsey’s most recent assignment was the Engineer Officer and Facilities Engineer at Sector New York. Joca carries his father’s sword who was a Navy veteran of the Vietnam War. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

U.S. Coast Guard Commander Andrew S. Joca, left, playfully duels with Commander Nathan L. Rumsey, right, after a Change of Command ceremony at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center on Thursday, June 20, 2019. Outgoing Commander Joca assumed command of the Civil Engineering Unit in Juneau in May 2016 and will become the Director of Operational Logistics in Norfolk, Virginia. Commander Rumsey’s most recent assignment was the Engineer Officer and Facilities Engineer at Sector New York. Joca carries his father’s sword who was a Navy veteran of the Vietnam War. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

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