Indiana adjutant general announces retirement

By State Public Affairs | Indiana | Aug. 13, 2019

Indiana National Guard Joint Force Headquarters —

Indiana adjutant general announces retirement

 

INDIANAPOLIS – Maj. Gen. Courtney P. Carr announced his retirement today from the U.S. Army, and tendered his resignation as the Indiana National Guard adjutant general effective August 16, 2019.

 

"I want thank Governor Holcomb for the distinct opportunity to serve as the adjutant general," said Carr. "It has been my honor to lead the exceptional soldiers and airmen of the Indiana National Guard."

 

Brig. Gen. Timothy J. Winslow, Director of the Joint Staff, will assume duties as interim adjutant general until Governor Holcomb appoints a new adjutant general.

 

“Tim brings a world of knowledge and a wealth of experience into this new leadership role,” said Carr. “His leadership style will be a steadying influence during this time of change.”

 

The Indiana National Guard will continue to be a ready and reliable force, and its mission will not be interrupted during this transition. The organization's soldiers, airmen and civilians will continue their unwavering dedication to the community, state and nation.