The Maine Air National Guard's 101st Air Refueling Wing in Bangor is now under new leadership.
Colonel Doug Farnham was installed as the wing's new Commander at a base ceremony this weekend.
The wing also received a Meritorious Unit Award, Saturday, for its support of combat operations.
The first U.S. based Guard unit to receive the honor.
Farnham succeeds Colonel John D'errico who will become the Air Guard's next Chief of Staff, based in Augusta.
Farnham, who's been with the Guard for 21 years, is taking charge of nearly 900 people, and 16 units assigned to the 101st.