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Last Updated on: Wednesday, January 04, 2023 03:09:03 PM
We honor and remember our classmates for their service and sacrifice. They served our Nation, her citizens, the Army and most importantly their fellow soldiers with honor and dignity. Rest in peace.
The OCS at Fort Knox team
(Project) used Find-A-Grave to locate our KIA and other deceased
graduates' burial locations (interment or non-cemetery burial).
When a Find-A-Grave memorial for a KIA did not exist, then we
created one. Find-A-Grave's mission is to record and display final
resting places as a virtual cemetery experience. Find-A-Grave is a
subsidiary of Ancestry.com. Find-A-Grave is currently a free
resource. You do not have to be a registered user to utilize the
Find-A-Grave web site.
As a Find-A-Grave contributors, we built Virtual Cemeteries to group listings for the KIA & deceased graduate burial locations in the Find A Grave database.Our OCS Graduates who were Casualties: Visit the OCS Virtual Cemetery of Casualties created by Hugh Preacher. 112 of our classmates and 6 cadre were casualties in Vietnam. One classmate was a casualty in the 1983 Beirut bombing.
Graduates Deployed to Fiddler's Green: Visit the OCS Fiddler's Green Virtual Cemetery created by Hugh Preacher. We have located the burial location of over 740 of our graduates who since OCS have passed to Fiddler's Green.
How you can help: Send any information about deaths and/or burial locations to either John Moore or Hugh Preacher. We have not located the final location/disposition of the following 2 Vietnam casualties:
Keep your contact information current. OCS
graduates update your contact information with Doug Burmester.
"Forge the Thunderbolt"