Garrison Commanding Officer
Garrison Executive Officer
Our Commanding Officer and Executive Officer are similar in role to a club chapter’s president and vice-president. Their primary duties are to oversee the operations of local unit, coordinate events, and help the garrison’s members as necessary.
Garrison COs also serve on the Legion Council, a governing body made up of all the Garrison COs and a second representative from the Garrison assigned by the CO. The Legion Council along with the Legion Commander oversee the policies and operations of the entire Legion.
Garrison Membership Liaisons are responsible for evaluating member costumes and maintaining the Garrison’s member roster in the 501st Legion. All member information changes, corrections, and additions go through the GML.
Garrison Web Liaisons are the primary contact for member Legion profile photos, obtaining and editing them for the 501st Roster.
Public Relations Officers are responsible for materials for public information and distribution, social media postings, and interview information.
Garrison Event Coordinators work with event hosts to handle requests, track signups, verify event details, and follow up after events to capture donation totals and photo galleries. GECs are the backbone of our group and handle hundreds of event requests each year for CCG.
Garrison WebMasters design, build, and maintain our websites and forum.
Our Garrison Charity Representative is the primary point of contact with charitable organizations. The GCR documents our charitable activities and fundraising totals, along with publishing and promoting charity efforts to the membership and the public.
The Garrison Merchandise and Branding Officer handles the design, sourcing, payment, production, and distribution of club merchandise like shirts, patches, and coins.
Garrison Guards interpret and enforce club rules. These officers serve as impartial mediators for disputes among members or officers.
Regional Liaisons help grow membership in areas outside Portland Metro. RLs also help members outside of Portland Metro build and foster communication within and beyond their area.