Major (Ret) Anthony Grant, a 102 years young Army Quartermaster retiree and war veteran was among 24 former Quartermasters  inducted into the QM Hall of Fame May 4, 2022 at Fort Lee, VA.

A resident of Hampton, VA, Major Grant is one of the relatively few living World War II veterans.  Born in Harlem and raised in St. Lucia during his youth, Grant was drafted in 1942 and served until 1963. Grant has lived through 18 presidents, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights Movement and five major wars, two of which he took part in as a combatant. The former Quartermaster who underwent training at Fort Lee eight decades ago said he is overjoyed with his selection to the QM Hall of Fame.

The Quartermaster Corps Honors Program recognizes select individuals, both past and present, who have made singular, lasting and important contributions to the history and heritage of the Quartermaster Corps.