Fort Sill Cannoneer Staff Writer Jeff Crawley spent nearly three hours at Durham Hall on June 15. He asked a lot of questions and we provided him with an overwhelming amount of information. He did an outstanding job sorting through it all and condensing it down to a full page in the Cannoneer. Click here to read the article.
The photo album continues to grow. We now have 2,800 photos contained in 74 albums! Check out the Photo Gallery for album links. We have also added POW/MIA lists for graduates from the Vietnam and Korean wars.
Check out the Photo Gallery!
New photos from several reunion attendees have been added to the top of the page in the Photo Gallery.
We encourage everyone to share photos with us. Contact us at: email@example.com.
Also newly added are photos of class 4-69 from Steve Cilenti and class 14-70 from Charles Kucera. You will find the photos in the "Daily Life of an OCS Candidate at Fort Sill" section.
Visiting Fort Sill
Fort Sill's new access policy went into effect February 17, 2015. If you are not a DoD ID cardholder you will be required to undergo a background check
to gain acess to Fort Sill. There will be no exceptions. The current Visitor Control Center hours of operation as of July 8, 2015
are 5:00am to 9:00pm (0500-1700) daily.
Click here for Fort Sill access policy information.
Visiting Durham Hall
The Artillery OCS Hall of Fame is maintained by volunteers and is open by appointment. If you plan to visit Fort Sill, please call us at 580-355-JARK (5275) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get the memories stirring:
Check out "The OCS Experience (Memories of Robinson Barracks and Artillery Officer Candidate School Fort Sill, Oklahoma 1941-1973)" available in
PDF format. For information about obtaining a professionally printed 8.5 x 11 laminated soft cover book, visit the OCS History page. We are
compiling additional information for a future edition of "The OCS Experience" and encourage everyone to share stories and photos of their artillery OCS experiences.
Also available on this page are the the "Artillery Officer Candidate School 1941-1973" and the "Significance of the Fort Sill Artillery OCS Hall of Fame and Durham Hall (Building 3025) and OCS Reunions."
Searching for Classmates:
We often receive requests from graduates who are trying to track down classmates. We have compiled a list of tips from fellow graduates who have been successfully locating their classmates. Click here for search tips.