Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association

AGCRA Scholarship Program for 2022

Do you like money?  Money for college?  We thought so!  You have goals and dreams and we want to help you realize them.  After a one-year pandemic hiatus, here it comes, the 11th AGCRA Scholarship Program!

In early July, not only do we celebrate our country’s Declaration of Independence, but we will also declare six students as winners of a $1000 AGCRA scholarship, making that education dream a little easier to attain.  All you have to do is apply online at by June 30, 2022.

AGCRA extends its gratitude to COL (Ret) Bob Murphy & Mrs. Gayl Murphy (second donation), and COL (Ret) Nick Monje & LTC (Ret) Dianne Monje for their $1,000 donation to the AGCRA Scholarship Fund.  Additionally, AGCRA thanks TekSynap for its gracious donation to the AGCRA Scholarship Fund as well.

COL (Ret) Bob Murphy and Mrs. Gayl Murphy
COL (Ret) Nick Monje and LTC (Ret) Dianne Monje

Our AGCRA Scholarship Program Memorandum of Instruction (MOI) is attached HERE for more details.  Email if you need additional information.

Defend and Serve!

AGCRA Writing Contest #1, S: Extended to 17 June 2022

The AGCRA Writing Contest intends to solicit articles from active AGCRA members related to how the Army HR Community enables Commanders, supports Soldiers and their Families, and/or executes HR, Army Band, or Recruiting & Retention operations.

Suspense for Contest #1 articles is extended to 17 June 2022.  Send articles to

Prizes for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place entries will be provided from the AGCRA Sutler Store.

Please read thoroughly – Details for the AGCRA Writing Contest are provided in the Memorandum of Instruction (MOI) by clicking HERE.

AGCRA Flag Contest

In military organizations, the practice of carrying colors, standards, flags, or guidons, both to act as a rallying point for troops and to mark the location of the Commander, is thought to have originated in Ancient Egypt some 5,000 years ago.

Today, in the U. S. Army, distinguishing flags or organizational colors are authorized for most units (battalion size and larger) for indoor display and ceremonies.

Despite being in existence since 1987, the Adjutant General’s Corps Regimental Association (AGCRA) does not have an official flag. We mean to change that.

COL (Ret) Robert L. Manning, President of the AGCRA National Executive Council (NEC), has authorized an Association-wide contest to seek designs for the AGCRA’s official flag.

Any “active AGCRA member” in good standing can submit a flag design. Submissions should follow the following guidelines

  • Flag designs should be 3 feet by 4 feet (3-foot hoist by 4-foot fly), with a 2 ½ inch wide rayon fringe.

  • Designs should be submitted in the form of a PowerPoint file.

  • Submissions should contain accompanying text explaining the significance of the colors, symbols, and designs used.

  • Do not submit copyrighted or trademarked material.

  • Submissions should be sent to the VP, History, AGCRA NEC, at

  • Submissions should be sent no later than midnight, 7 June 2022.

  • Prizes out of the AGCRA Sutler Store will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place entries.

POC is COL (Ret) Steve Shappell, VP, History, AGCRA National Executive Council (NEC), at