Quartermaster Hall of Fame
The Quartermaster Hall of Fame Program recognizes retired military and
civilians who have made lasting, significant contributions to the Quartermaster Corps.
Their exceptional contributions also serve to foster Regimental esprit and to perpetuate
the history of the Quartermaster Corps. The Hall of Fame program reminds all
Quartermasters of their proud heritage and provides sterling examples of Quartermasters
The Quartermaster Hall of Fame was established in November 1985, by MG Eugene L.
Stillions, the Quartermaster General, as part of the Quartermaster Regimental honors
program. On 12 June 1986, General Richard H. Thompson, Commander of the U.S. Army Material
Command and MG Stillions opened the Hall of Fame in Mifflin Hall at Fort Lee. This
permanent display of Quartermaster Hall of Fame inductees includes each inductees
name, their photograph and a narrative of their major achievements.
During his remarks at the opening ceremony, General Thompson stated that the purpose of
the Hall of Fame was to recognize outstanding leaders who have contributed the most to the
overall achievement, tradition and history of the Quartermaster Corps. "The location
here at Mifflin Hall was selected because it will serve as a constant reminder and a
source of inspiration to the thousands of Quartermaster soldiers and family members who
pass through these corridors each year." General Thompson said.
Each year a selection board reviews nominations for the Hall of Fame. Official
announcement of selectees are made at an induction ceremony each year. During this
ceremony new Hall of Fame members or their proxy are presented with a Quartermaster Hall
of Fame medallion.
Current members of the Quartermaster Hall of Fame are:
LTG Charles S. Mahan
MG JOSEPH l. tHOMPSON
A. NEWTON HORN