The Adjutant's Blog

A journal of information, events and daily ramblings of Longstreet's Corps beloved AAG, Tony Zusman

Thursday, February 07, 2008

The Post Corps Meeting Hangover

I can tell the Corps Meeting is over ... my volume of e-mail has gone back to nearly nothing.Seems there is almost as much to do after the meeting as there is before. I should have all updates and notes on the meeting finished by this week. From there I will post them on the Corps web site.

If you check the website now, you will see our new cover page and the updated listing of unit contacts. The calendar has also been updated to reflect the events we have approved.

The new commander and his staff have been quite busy in the past few weeks, splitting time between the transition to command and getting ready for Gettysburg and Endview. It appears, among all the changes, that I have been offered a contract extension so I will be serving you all once again. I will be back to my old duties of event preparation and notifying you all of what is going on.

Communication will be a cornerstone of the new administration. Look for the new Blogs from General Cornett and Colonel Gallion. You have wanted to know what is going on in the Corps, well you now have three outlets reporting directly to all members.

Speaking of knowing what’s going on in the Corps, we would like to know what is going on in your company. Please forward your unit newsletters to me and I will post some of the interesting news on the Blog.

General Maupin was right, we needed to look to the future. The Corps has set its new direction. I guess the words of former Redskin coach George Allen are appropriate, "The future is now."

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the pic. Maybe time for a sequel, "the Big Zusmanski".

12th Va Dude

18/2/08 7:56 PM  
Blogger corpsaag said...

Let me explain something to you. Um, I am not "Mr. Zusmanski". I'm the Dude. So that's what you call me. You know, that or, uh, His Dudeness, or uh, Duder, or El Duderino if you're not into the whole brevity thing.

18/2/08 8:11 PM  

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