The museum was established in 1996 to preserve, study, interpret, the material culture and tell the story of the Army's Adjutant General's Corps from 1775 to present. Historical documents, photos, uniforms and equipment depict the diverse history of the Corps.
Today, soldiers of the Adjutant General's Corps serve as human resource managers for the Army. They function as the supervisor and coordinator of a unit's personnel and administration systems. Additionally, the Corps is the proponent for the Army bands, postal operations, and morale, welfare and recreation activities.
The U.S Army Adjutant General's Corps Museum is available to the public for research on the history of the Army AG Corps and general information on the history of the US Army. The US Army Adjutant General's Corps Museum is one of over 60 Army museums located across the country and around the world. The museum was established in 1996 to preserve, study, interpret, the material culture and tell the story of the AG Corps from 1775 to present.
Visiting the Museum
Closed on Federal Holidays
Fort Jackson, SC 29207
General Information: (803) 751-1747
U. S. Army Adjutant General's Corps Museum
Attn: Richard B. Davis, Curator
4392 Magruder Avenue
Fort Jackson, SC 29270