At a ceremony at Colorado’s Naval Amphibious Base, Rear Adm. Brian Losey took over the reigns of the Navy Special Warfare Command, taking over for Rear Adm. Sean Pybus. This elite group welcomes a Rear Admiral with a stellar reputation and expects big things.
The Navy arm of the US Special Operations Command recently welcomed a new commander into the fold last June 21.
Rear Adm. Brian Losey fills in the post of commander of Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC), after Rear Adm. Sean Pybus steps off. A change in command ceremony held at Colorado’s Naval Amphibious Base was attended by Losey, Pybus, and US Special Operations Command head Adm. William McRaven.
McRaven was all praises for Pybus and the impact of his leadership on NSWC, according to a news report. “We have earned a reputation that is unparalleled, primarily because Sean has led the effort to ensure we send the best selected, the best trained, the best equipped and the best supported Naval Special Warfare warriors ever,” McRaven said. He added further how Pybus has shaped the NSW personnel to be competent in the conflicts in several countries.
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