U.S. Army Colonel (Retired) Edward E. Agee Jr. COL (R) Ed Agee was commissioned an
Infantry Officer in 1984. Over his
27-year active-duty career, he served with 24th Infantry Division (Mech), Fort Stewart, Georgia, and as an infantry rifle platoon leader and company XO in 2-34 Infantry (Mech). Following attendance at the Infantry Officer's Advanced Course at Fort Benning, Georgia, he served with 2-29th Infantry Regiment and 2-18 Infantry (M) as a Detachment Commander, Battalion S- 4, Infantry Rifle Company Commander, and then as Commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Company.
Following an assignment as an Infantry Officer adviser with the U.S. Army Readiness Group Hawaii with duty on the Island of Guam, he served as a General Staff Officer with U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, Fort Monroe, Virginia. Following graduation from the Command and General Staff College, he served as a Brigade S-1 in 1st Brigade, 6th Infantry Division (L) and as an Infantry Battalion Executive officer in 1-17 Infantry (L), 172d Infantry Brigade, Fort Wainwright, Alaska. He then served as a light infantry battalion S3/XO Observer Controller at the Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk, Louisiana followed by an assignment as a Battalion Commander and Brigade XO at Ft. Drum, New York. His last duty assignment was in the
Pentagon with the Army G-8 where he served as an Army Force Management officer.
Ed retired in 2011 and has continued his service to the Army as a Department of the Army civilian in assignments at Headquarters, Army Materiel Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, and at Headquarters, Forces Command, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Ed's current assignment is at Fort Benning, Georgia as part of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Close Combat Lethality Task Force. Ed is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College. His awards include the Combat Infantryman's Badge, Legion of Merit with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters (w/2OLC); Bronze Star with Valor, Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) w/6OLC; Army Commendation Medal (ARCOM) w/6OLC and various service medals. Ed is married to Colonel (R) Peggy Masterson-Agee and they live in Phenix City, Alabama.