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On 29 June 1943, the Michigan Daily featured a small article on eighty-three enlisted men attending the first-ever officer candidate school operated by the Judge Advocate General's Department (JAGD) on the campus of the University of Michigan.
A graduate of the United States Navy Officer Candidate School in Newport, R.
He began his active duty service when he entered Officer Candidate School in Newport, R.
The training center offers several courses including Basic Training, Advanced Combat Training, Officer Candidate School and Non-commissioned Officer Academy.
Each year AFRC gets 155 officer candidate training slots for unit Reservists, individual mobilization augmentees, and active Guard and Reserve full-time Reservists.
In this book, author Jerry Morton reminisces about his time in basic training and then Officer Candidate School (OCS) in the middle of the Vietnam War.
After being selected as Mobility Officer Candidates for their knowledge and experience as enlisted transporters, the four attended Warrant Officer Candidate School in Fort Rucker, Ala.
Nate Fick, a young Ivy League student, went through Marine Officer Candidate School and then its acclaimed Infantry Officer School.