FORT RUCKER, Ala. —An employee of the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center has been selected as one of only seven Soldiers chosen for induction into the 2014 class of the U.S. Army Adjutant General’s Corps Hall of Fame.
Retired Chief Warrant Officer 5 Charles T. Wigglesworth, who retired with 40 years of military service, is currently employed as a human resource specialist at the USACR/Safety Center.
The AG Corps Hall of Fame, which opened in 2010, is established to recognize and honor persons who have made positive, lasting and significant contributions to the AG Corps.
Members are honored with a permanent display in the AG Corps Hall of Honor at the Adjutant General School, Fort Jackson, S.C.
Inductee selections were made by a board comprised of currently serving and HOF AG Corps senior leaders, with representation from officer, warrant officer and enlisted ranks. AG Corps HOF induction criteria requires 75 percent approval by voting HOF board members and selection is made based on the criteria of inductees accomplishing positive, lasting and significant contributions that perpetuate the history and traditions of the U.S. Army Adjutant General’s Corps.
The AG School will honor and recognize the achievements of the 2014 AG Corps HOF Class during the AG Corps HOF Induction Ceremony May 30, 2014, at Fort Jackson, S.C.
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