Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association

AGCRA Website Redesign Implements a Social Media Framework

Welcome to our new and improved home base on the web,

We are excited for the changes we’ve made with the new site and are confident you will be as well.  Features you enjoyed on the previous site remain intact, including access to current and archived versions of 1775, newsletters, members only section, etc.

New features include a completely redesigned interface which is much more user-friendly, dynamic content, deep social integration with the ability to share content across the web, and most importantly – a renewed focus on our shared experiences as Adjutant General Corps professionals. These are exciting leaps forward for our association and support the executive council stated intent to:

“Provide a forum for the mutual exchange and discussion of ideas and information of interest to members of the Association.”

We need your help and look forward to hearing and reading about your shared experiences! Here is how you can help support the launch of our new site and engage in the discussion:

  • Send us your local chapter news and events, to include recent recipients of association awards
  • Send us profile articles of your AG Soldiers making an impact across our Corps and Army
  • Share your experiences with us – we want to hear about your successes, challenges and ways you have made a difference in our Corps and Army
  • Send us pictures of AG Soldiers in action and photos of local chapter events
  • Continue to send professional articles to AGCRA

We look forward to your involvement and encourage you to share our new site with your fellow AG professionals as we embrace the socially-connected framework for our Corps.  Defend and serve!

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Hall of Fame and Distinguished Member of the Regiment Nominations

COL Robert L. Manning, Chief of the Adjutant General’s Corps, announces the eligibility and nomination requirements for the Adjutant General’s Corps (AGC) Hall of Fame (HOF) and Distinguished Member of the Regiment (DMOR) nominations for 2011.  Nominations are due NLT 1 March 2011.  COL Manning’s cover letter and memorandum of instruction (MOI) are available for download below:

2011 HOF DMOR Cover Letter


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Personnel Professionals With Heart

By Sgt. Jason Kemp

1st Inf Div, USD-S PAO

COB BASRA, Iraq – The 1st Infantry Division human resources’ team of personnel administration professionals contribute much to the service members of United States Division-South.

(Army photo by Staff Sgt. Chris Carney)

They are responsible for monitoring the personnel strength of the USD-S units, awards and personnel actions, battlefield promotions, casualty operations, environmental morale leave management, and much more.

“In my opinion, my entire section makes it happen.  The G1 Section is an all-star team of HR professionals that I would gladly stack up against any G1 section anywhere,” said Sgt. Maj. Teddy Compton, 1st Infantry Division human resources sergeant major and Burlington, N.C., native.

As a team, the 1st Inf. Div. HR section not only works hard to support the USD-S but each other as well.

“I was selected as the Deputy G1 and had to quickly learn a new skill set in support of the G1 and Commanding General,” said Maj. William Bonilla, 1st Inf. Div. human resources deputy and a Lauderhill, Fla., native. “The only way I have been able to survive as the Deputy G1 is through the hard and dedicated work of our Soldiers, NCOs and officers.”

Bonilla said one of his duties sticks out to him as having one the greatest personal meaning.

Read morePersonnel Professionals With Heart

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