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pictures below right were submitted by Candidate William Fortier,
Colonel, Retired USAR.
Our sincere thanks to Bill for scanning and sending them along.
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Along with the photos Bill sent a note saying "By the way, when we graduated we were the last full OCS formation at Fort Gordon. The school began shrinking by one class following our graduation.
"That particular entire parade and graduation ceremony was filmed, by the Army, the Signal Corps, or Fort Gordon, I am not sure who it was. I had been the Commander of Troops and remember daydreaming at one point when I should have brought the formation to Attention from Parade Rest...then I saw one of the TACs jumping up and waving his arms behind the podium. I Guess I was daydreaming about getting back home and the girl I left behind.
"A copy of that film, I'll bet, is stored in the archives, somewhere. It would be great to find it and transfer it to a CD for all the classes that were there as it was the "last" full Signal OCS graduation at Fort Gordon."
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Click on any picture below to see full size. Photos courtesy Candidate Rexford W. Davis.
Candidate Rexford W. Davis graduated with the
class of 21-67. After one
year at Fort Knox, KY managing an electronics maintenance shop for the 94th
Armored Brigade he deployed to DaNang, Vietnam. There he served in a
number of positions with the 37th Signal Battalion. Attached photographs were
taken at the Hoi An Signal Site, at Monkey Mountain overlooking DaNang Bay,
and seated in the Operations Center at HQ, 37th Signal Battalion.
Retired Lieutenant Colonel Davis is currently serving as a Department of the
Army Civilian with the G-37 Office at the United States Army Reserve
Command, Fort Bragg, NC
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