Soldiering in garrison creates conflict between maintaining critical primary MOS skills and supporting administrative taskings and other training distractors, especially for low density and support personnel.
Honorable Mention Article – March 2019 AGCRA Writing Contest
To establish a permanent scholarship fund to financially assist the Adjutant General’s Corps Regimental Association (AGCRA), Carolina Chapter, members and their family members to further their higher education.
The AGCRA Carolina Chapter Fall Scholarship Fund was established to award and administer scholarships from the fund to eligible AGCRA, Carolina Chapter members and their authorized dependents based on academic excellence and community / school activities.
The officers of the Scholarship Fund are the members of the AGCRA Carolina Chapter Executive Council. The AGCRA Carolina Chapter Scholarship Selection Board will review and evaluate scholarship applications received during the qualifying period each year (March 15th – May 30th) and through a voting system will select applicants who will receive AGCRA Carolina Chapter scholarships. Applications must be received not later than May 30, 2019 to be eligible for a scholarship.
a. Any current AGCRA Carolina Chapter member.
b. Any current AGCRA Carolina Chapter member’s authorized dependent (i.e., spouse, child, or other family member recognized by the Army, sister services or U.S. civilian authority as a dependent).
c. Applicant must appear as a dependent on the AGCRA Carolina Chapter member’s most recent tax filing.
d. The most recent tax filing must accompany the AGCRA Carolina Chapter scholarship application (SSNs can be blacked out).
The full Fall Program Scholarship MOI can be found on our Chapter’s Facebook Group here: AGCRA CAROLINA CHAPTER
The scholarship application opens March 15th until May 30th, 2019. Please ensure to send all applications to:
BG Milford Beagle Jr. served as the graduation speaker. BG Beagle assumed duties as the 51st Commanding General for the U.S. Army Training Center, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, at Fort Jackson, SC on 22 June 2018, after serving as Deputy Commanding General for Support, 10th Mountain Division (Light), Fort Drum, New York.