Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association

AGCRA European Chapter Upcoming Events

Here are the upcoming AGCRA European Chapter events:

  • 13 March 2020 – AG Breakfast/Raffle at Rhine Ordnance Barracks DFAC, Germany (0800)

  • 19 June 2020 – AG Golf Scramble at the Woodlawn Golf Course, Ramstein Airbase, Germany (tentative, pending approval)

  • 18 July 2020 – AG Ball at the Ramstein Officers Club, Ramstein Airbase, Germany

Haywood Brevard
Acting Chapter President

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Tidewater Chapter Membership Breakfast

On 30 January 2020, the AGCRA Tidewater Chapter held its 1st Membership Breakfast in over 20 years.  The guest speaker was Mr. David Brinkley (SES), Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1/4, TRADOC.  We also had special attendance from SGM Nevels, HQDA G-1 Soldier for Life SGM, and SGM Joiner, MWD SGM.

In the featured picture of this web article, from left to right:
SGM Joiner, MWD SGM
MSG Bradshaw, Chapter VP Membership (back)
SGM Nevels, HQDA G-1 Soldier for Life
1LT Ashley Hulse, Chapter VP IT & Strategic Communications
CSM MacDonald, 733rd Mission Support Group CSM
1SG Clifford Hill, Chapter President (back)
COL (Ret) Angie Joseph, Chapter Senior Advisor
Mr. David Brinkley (SES), TRADOC G-1/4
Mrs. Khadijah Sellers, Chapter VP
MSG Ferguson, TRADOC G-1/4
Cw4 Smith, Army Training Support Center (back)
SGM Anderson, TRADOC Band
Mr. Nate House, Chapter VP Awards


1SG Clifford Hill, the AGCRA Tidewater Chapter President (right), presents 1LT Ashley Hulse, the Chapter VP IT & Strategic Communications, with the AGCRA Theodore Roosevelt Award.

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Where in the World is COL (Ret) Bob Murphy?

Again, AGCRA has a goal of touching all corners of the Army, from South Korea, Alaska, Hawaii, the Continental U.S., Europe, the Middle East, and all the way to Afghanistan.  After seeing COL (Ret) Nick Monje and his wife Dianne in China, COL (Ret) Bob Murphy and his wife Gayl accepted the challenge to carry the AGCRA logo to another exotic place… so where in the world are they?

Answer – the Panama Canal.

COL (Ret) Bob Murphy and his wife Gayl approach the Panama Canal shortly after 6 AM going under the Bridge of the Americas, which is the span for the Pan American Highway connecting Panama to Alaska.
On the Caribbean/Atlantic end of the Panama Canal, COL (Ret) Bob and Gayl Murphy exit the last canal lock. You can see the rolling door closing. In the background is a container ship inside the first of the Atlantic locks. Note the difference in the water levels as we have been lowered to meet the Caribbean/Atlantic.
Our last look at the Canal as we pass under the Atlantic Bridge.

Editor’s Note – COL (Ret) Bob Murphy is an AG Corps Hall of Fame Inductee, Class of 2019, and a Distinguished Member of the AG Corps.  COL (Ret) Murphy culminated his 28-year military career as the Deputy Chief of Staff, G1 for the U.S. Army Information Systems Command.  During his time in uniform, he served and deployed to three separate conflicts.

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