Major General Courtney P. Carr was appointed as the Adjutant General of Indiana on June 1, 2015 by Gov. Michael R. Pence. As the Adjutant General, Gen. Carr's primary focus is to lead the Indiana Army and Air National Guard, the Indiana Guard Reserve and state employees, totaling over 15,800 personnel, to meet state and federal missions. He directs the pre-mobilization training, deployment and redeployment of virtually all units of the Indiana Army and Air National Guard in support of state and federal missions, and oversees the overall readiness of the entire organization.
Gen. Carr began his career upon commissioning as a regular Army officer on May 25, 1983 from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He has successfully commanded an Infantry Battalion in Bosnia, an Infantry Brigade in Iraq and Indiana's Joint Task Force for Domestic Operations, and has served as Deputy Commanding General, 3rd Infantry Division for Operations.
The Adjutant General of Indiana
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(Biography current as of July 2015)
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