1st Personnel Command

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The 1st Personnel Command was a command of U.S. Army Europe responsible for personnel management and administration. 1st Personnel Command was in existence from 20 October 1978[1][2] until 26 June 2008.[3][4] The command was granted campaign participation credit for the Global War on Terrorism.[5] 1st Personnel Command was formed to replace the U.S. Army Military Personnel Center, Europe, a staff activity created in 1974. Upon disbandment, the mission of the 1st Personnel Command was taken over by the 21st Theater Sustainment Command.[6]

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