U.S. Army Public Affairs Hall of Fame

U.S. Army Public Affairs Hall of Fame

U.S. Army Public Affairs Hall of Fame

U.S. Army Public Affairs Hall of Fame

The U.S. Army Public Affairs Hall of Fame was established in 2000 to provide a prestigious and visible means of recognizing and honoring Soldier and civilian Public Affairs professionals who made lasting, significant contributions to the profession, the history and the traditions of Army Public Affairs. Read More.

  • 2013 Inductees

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  • Brig. Gen. Robert "Bob" Gaylord

    Brig. Gen. Bob Gaylord revolutionized the role and nature of Public Affairs in the Army, and Department of Defense. In his last position on active duty as the Chief of Army Public Affairs, he not only provided leadership at the Department of the Army level during ground operations in support of overseas contingency operations, but also major post-hostilities issues...

  • Sgt. Maj. David "Dave" Stewart

    Sgt. Maj. Dave Stewart's 38-year combined military and civilian career is marked by significant, lasting contributions to U.S. military Public Affairs and Broadcasting. One of the most respected public affairs planners in the U.S. Army, Stewart was directly involved in the public affairs planning for most significant events, operations and deployments...

  • Sgt. L. Steward Diamond

    Sgt. L. Steward Diamond devoted more than half a century of active duty and civilian public affairs service, including combat, to telling the story of our nation's Armed Forces and its service members.

U.S. Army Public Affairs Hall of Fame Inductees

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