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"When a Nation Called a Third Time -
Army Officer Candidate School at Fort Knox, KY: the Vietnam Era"
Last Updated on: Saturday, August 29, 2020 06:18:03 PM
***Note: Out of print, only a limited number of copies are available***
The 3rd Printing of the book: "When a Nation Called a Third Time - Army Officer Candidate School at Fort Knox, KY: the Vietnam Era," about OCS at Fort Knox is now available. The five graduates involved in this effort, Doug Burmester, Class 1-68, E1; Dan Leifel, Class 23-67, C1; John Moore, Class 25-67, D2; Hugh Preacher, Class 27-67, G2; and Charlie Titus, Class 13-67, G2 are please to announce that StarNet Digital Publishing of Bloomington, IL has printed the book.
The soft cover book is 8 1/2 x 11 in page size and consists of 314 pages. Forewords were written by two former OCS company commanders. There are twelve pages containing forty-six photos with ten pages in color; ten chapters of narrative; and eleven appendices that contain a roll of honor, names of the graduates who were recipients of the Medal of Honor, memorials in tribute to some of those on the roll of honor, the names of the graduates who attained general officer rank, class statistics, summaries of the thirteen week and 23 week programs of instruction at the Armor School, an AOAC course paper written by another company commander, a newspaper article written by a graduate when OCS ended in February 1968, class rosters, listings of company officer cadre and class honor graduates and military stakes winners, some of the names of the brigade officer staff, and a master name index.
Download change sheets/updates to the OCS Book: Confirm which printing you have by checking the Colophon in your copy. Updated changes and Appendices replace previous updates. Thanks to Elda and Charlie Titus for updating the Appendices. For questions on the changes email Hugh Preacher.
Complementry Copies: Copies were provide to the following organizations.
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