The Army Quartermaster Roll Call is a permanent register at the Quartermaster Museum of the men and women of the Quartermaster Corps. It fills a simply stated goal: to be the only place in the world that preserves for public viewing, for all time, the names of the members of the Quartermaster Corps, past, present and future. The Roll Call contains the name, place and date of birth, dates of service, unit of assignment, and highest rank and grade of those individuals that have enrolled as subscribers. Currently over 32,000 Quartermaster soldiers are listed in the the Roll Call.
The Roll Call will be a constantly renewing record that is never finished, as subscriptions by and on behalf of today’s soldiers and veterans are added to the rolls. Names in the Roll Call are displayed electronically on a touch screen monitor located within the Army Quartermaster Museum, Fort Lee, Virginia. Museum visitors are invited to search the Roll Call for individual records.
Subscribers to the Roll Call will receive a handsome, full-color, photographic quality, picture of their actual individual entry (8 1/2″ x 11″ suitable for framing). Friends of Quartermaster Corps and family members are welcome as honorary subscribers.
To become a subscriber of The Roll Call a donation of $20 is requested. To enroll simply provide the following information, enclose a photograph, if you have one available, and mail to:
The Army Quartermaster Roll Call
P.O. Box 5230
Fort Lee, Virginia 23801.
Note: This address is only for enrollment or change in subscriber information. Please do not send requests for other information to this address.