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.

SGM Joseph W. Brundy, III
Class of 2018

Sergeant Major Brundy III entered the United States Army and served the citizens of the United States and America’s Army for more than three decades. He retired after 30 years in uniform and serving in numerous notable positions. Quartermaster Corps Proponent Sergeant Major, Office of the Quartermaster General, Fort Lee;  Command Sergeant Major, 49th Special Troops Battalion, 49th Group, Fort Lee; Command Sergeant Major (Forward), 55th Theater Support Command Materiel Management Center, Camp Henry, Korea; Sergeant Major, Support Operations, G-4, Eighth Army, Yongsan, Korea Senior Enlisted Advisor, US Army Records and Declassification Agency, Fort Belvoir.

SGM Brundy’s significant awards, decorations and recognitions include the Legion of Merit, Distinguished Member of the Quartermaster Regiment, Distinguished Order of St. Martin, Soldier of the Year for Fiscal Year 1984 (U.S. Army 5th Recruiting Brigade (Southwest), United States Army Recruiting Command, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Leavenworth High School Military Hall of Fame Inductee – February 2007 (Leavenworth, Kansas).  His combat and operational deployments include Desert Storm, Army Materiel Command, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, Delta Company, 2nd Medical Battalion, Camp Edwards, Republic of South Korea, Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 8th Army, Yongsan, Republic of South Korea, 55th Theater Support Command, Camp Henry, Republic of Korea.  His education includes the Command Sergeant Major Course, Sergeants Major Academy, and Kansas State University.