Top Army Human Resources Officer Visits 3rd Infantry Division

Brig. Gen. Hope Rampy, right, U.S. Armys 62nd Adjutant General, poses with 3rd Infantry Division Chief of Human Resources, Lt. Col. Kevin Caesar, left, at the Spartan Brigade,” 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd ID, Dec. 13, 2021 on Fort Stewart. Throughout the year, the AG will visit various Army units to brief junior and senior HR professionals on upcoming trends and changes, as well as to mentor their professional experiences.

Armys top human resources officer visits the 3rd Infantry Division

Brig. General Hope Rampy, Armys 62nd Adjutant General, visited Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield, December 13-14. Rampy is the Army’s senior human resources officer who oversees the Adjutant General’s Corps. Throughout the year, the Adjutant General will visit various Army units to mentor junior and senior human resource professionals, personnel with the military occupational specialty code of 42.
During our travels, events such as luncheons and town hall meetings are great opportunities for the 42 to come together and have a conversation about hot topics: IPPS-A, board changes promotion and market, to name a few,” said Rampy. It really reinforces the power of many, the importance of relationships and leaning on each other. It is inspiring to see 42 come together to discuss our activities and facilitate conversation. people firstis ready, and these HR professionals lean into their craft and support commanders.
Rampy completed a rigorous physical session at Hunter Army Airfield, lunch at the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Teams dining hall, a visit with the Directorate of Human Resources and two town halls with soldiers and junior and senior HR officers from across the Division.
Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Caesar, 3rd Infantry Divisions senior human resources officer, hosted the Adjutant Generalvisit.
ThisIt is extremely important for our soldiers and HR officers to hear from senior HR leaders,” Caesar said. This allows them to be more present and make a focused effort to provide valuable contributions to command and soldiers.

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