What We Do
The United States Army
Officer Candidate Schools
Brigadier General Douglas Pritt, OCS Class 1-71, HOF 2019
Become a part of Our association!
Host the Annual Reunion
Bring a classmate to the 2020 Reunion!
Come to Columbus Georgia next Spring to help celebrate your connection to OCS.
Gather your classmates and hold a mini-reunion at the same time.
Fund the OCS Heritage Center
Donate today to preserve your military legacy
The Heritage Center celebrates and recognizes the history and traditions of the U.S. Army Officer Candidate School since its inception prior to World War II. The Association continues the campaign to fund the galleries designed to honor fallen OCS graduates and Medal of Honor recipients.
Support OCS Hall of Fame
The Association is deeply involved in the OCS Hall of Fame
The OCS Alumni Association works with the OCS Battalion and Fort Benning each year to select and induct a new OCS Hall of Fame of deserving graduates.
The Association provides funding to host the event in the beautiful National Infantry Museum, and provides Directors to sit on the selection board every year.
Build OCS Memorial Walk
Continue Development of the OCS Memorial Walk
Add your own paver. Memorialize your class. COL Frank Harman took on this massive project several years ago. A visit to the grounds in front of the OCS Battalion at Fort Benning would get your attention immediately. In the center is the BRASS CANNON which has been shined by most Fort Benning Officer Candidates from 1965 to the present.
Check out our social media platforms
Attention In The TOC! OCS Alumni LinkedIn Group
COL. Karla Langland is our Facebook coordinator. She keeps everyone up to date on OCS Alumni events with frequent posts. We invite you to join our OCS Alumni LinkedIn Group.
Preserve Yearbooks & Memorabilia
Digitizing our rich OCS history
Dr Pat Smith is doing an outstanding job locating various OCS memorabilia and converting them to a digital format.
Check these documents out…maybe you’ll see your own Yearbook!