This Annual Command History captures the major events at Fort Sill during 1997. We are confident that our many important initiatives will have an impact on the Field Artillery and Total Army for years.
The history of Fort Sill, Oklahoma has been truly the story of the men who commanded the post. From its foudning in 1869 through the year 1940, 83 men held of the position of Post Commander. Most of these names were names which played an...
"You have been sent to the U.S. Army Artillery and Guided Missile School as a student officer for training to fit you for command, staff, or special staff duty with artillery units. The purpose of this booklet is primarily to tell you how the U.S....
This table, together with the documents listed in paragraph
10, constitutes the authority to requisition and issue, in accordance
with pertinent Department of the Army directives, all items listed herein
unless otherwise indicated.
"The purpose of this Officer Student Guide is to provide information and guidance to assist you in preparing for your upcoming trip to Fort Sill and to assist you while attending your course at the US Army Field Artillery School."
This 1979 institutional self-study is submitted in fulfillment of one of the major criteria for initial accreditation with the association. We believe it presents a fair and well-balanced view of our programs and progress.
The purpose of this report is to present useful data to commanders and staff officers in such a manner as to be of maximum use in planning and management. Apparent command deficiencies will be corrected.
"The purpose of this self-study report is to communicate to a group of North Central evaluators the essence of the educational experience at the US Army Field Artillery School. This final chaper summarizes the preceding chapters and presents our...
PURPOSE. "This regulation prescribes policies and procedures relating to the : Military Pay Administration Quality Assurance Program,
hereinafter referred to as the " Quality Assurance Program," or "this program," in implementation of AR:11-37.