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.

MS. Becky A. Joyner
Class of 2023

Ms. Rebecca A. Joyner began her civil service career in 1974 at Fort Gregg-Adams Virginia as a Clerk Stenographer at what was then the US Army Logistics Center.  She was later selected and prompted to a job as a Technical Writer/Editor at the US Army Quartermaster School where she worked with various training departments to compose training and field manuals for several Military Occupational Specialties.

In the early 80’s, she landed her dream job when she was selected as the Chief of the International Student Office of the Quartermaster School. When the International Student Offices at the Quartermaster School and the Army Sustainment University merged, Rebecca became the Field Studies Program Manager at the Army Sustainment University. Both jobs afforded her the opportunity to work with international military students from around the world who came to Fort Gregg-Adams to train with U.S. Military personnel. She provided direct support in the areas of administration, socialization, and cultural enrichment.

Her prouder moments were when she escorted the international military students to many historical places in order to promote a better understanding of the United States, its people, values and way of life. In addition to working with the international students, in 1996 she was personally selected by then Assistant Commandant of the Quartermaster School Colonel Gary L. Juskowiak, to serve as the “Voice of the Corps”, serving as the Narrator for many official ceremonies including changes of command, promotions, memorial services, 4th of July celebrations and the Joint Culinary Training Exercises.

Rebecca retired in 2016, and a few months after retiring, she went to work for the Army Quartermaster Foundation as the Vice President for Administration. She retired from the position at the end of 2023, and she continues to serve as the Secretary and on the Board of Directors of the Holiday Helper Association at Fort Gregg-Adams.