US Army Quartermaster Corps


The Quartermaster Hall of Fame award is the highest form of recognition the Corps offers. This much coveted award honors individuals who are judged to have made the most significant contributions to the overall history and traditions of the Quartermaster Corps.

MG Margaret N. Boor
Class of 2019

Major General Boor began her military career as an Enlisted Woman.  Four years later, she was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Military Intelligence Corps.  After completion of the Officer Basic Course, she served four years in the 313th Military Intelligence Battalion 82nd Airborne Division before transferring to the Army Reserve; she would later branch transfer to the Quartermaster Corps.

Her key assignments included S-4, 362nd Quartermaster Battalion, Kinston, North Carolina; S-2/3 and Deputy Commander of the 171st Corps Support Group, Garner, North Carolina; Inspector General for the 310th Theater Army Area Command, Fort Belvoir; and G-3 of the 81st Regional Readiness Group, Fort Jackson.  Before promotion to General Officer ranks, she also held four command assignments including the Headquarters Company 171st Corps Support Group; the 362nd Quartermaster Battalion, the 642nd Area Support Group, Fort Gordon; and the 171st Area Support Group.  For thirty months, she was on full time active duty status as the G-1 and then Chief of Staff for the 81st Regional Readiness Command. 

With selection for Brigadier General, she was assigned as Mobilization Assistant – Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) to the Deputy Director, J-3/4, Defense Logistics Agency, Fort Belvoir.  During this assignment she also served in an active-duty status as Vice Director of Operations and Sustainment Logistics and Chief of Staff.  She deployed to Afghanistan as the Director of Task Force Spotlight.  Upon promotion to Major General, she served as Deputy Director for Logistics Readiness (IMA), J-4, and The Joint Staff.  Major General Boor also commanded the 99th Regional Support Command, Fort Dix, New Jersey.