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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A senior officer attached to the Marine Corps Logistics Command retired today after 31-years of service.

Colonel Ludovic Baudoin d'Ajoux the director of the Logistics Capabilities Center was retired from active duty by Commanding Major General Willie Williams.

Colonel Bo as he's called around the base served in different commanding capacities in Italy, The United States, and Iraq. During the Colonel's four years at MCLB Albany, Major General Williams says he's been dependable and truly committed to his country. Colonel Bo says the people here in Albany made an impact on him.

"I could call on him right now and her would respond just as he did as an active duty marine, I could call on him next month I could call on him a year from now and I'm confident I would get the same response," said MAJGEN Willie Williams, Commanding General MCLB.

"The preponderance of the people here are civilian and they're actually making a big impact on the war fighter out there they work together a sa close knit organization that have close friendship ties and their love for the Marine Corps," said COL Ludovic M. Baudoin d'Ajoux.

President Obama thanked Col Bo for his service in a letter read at today's retirement ceremony along with a letter from the Commandant of the Marine Corps.

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