Alabama National Guard | Always Ready, Always There
Alabama National Guard > Careers > Officer Candidate School
Become a commissioned officer
  The National Guard is looking for future leaders of the Army National Guard. By entering the Army National Guard Officer Candidate School (OCS) program you have an opportunity to become a leader of tomorrow's Army National Guard. The skills and training that you acquire as an OCS candidate help prepare you for the challenges that lay ahead as a commissioned officer. As a commissioned officer you will acquire leadership and management skills that are in high demand in the military as well as in your civilian career.
 
 
 
 
 
 
______________________________________________________________________________________________________
 
This web-site is  for Alabama National Guard OCS applicants only. All other  applicants should address questions and concerns to their home-state Regional Training Institutes (RTIs). Alabama OCS cannot process other state applications nor can they answer questions concerning other states policies and regulations. All inquiries should be made thru your state RTI.

 

 
 

Questions or Comments
OCS Training Officer
Office:  (256) 847-4583
DSN: 363-4583
Address: 
2nd Bn, 200th Rgt (Ldr)
P.O. Box 5280
Ft. McClellan, Al. 36205
Email:  ng.al.alarng.list.hq-200-reg-ocs@mail.mil
 
200th Regiment Recruiter
OCS Recruiter
Cell:  (256) 310-0187
Address:
22 REC & RET BN
AFRC Bldg. 2 Room 101
Birmingham, Al. 35217
Email:  
ng.al.alarng.list.hq-200-reg-ocs@mail.mil
 
 
Governor Robert Bentley
Governor Robert Bentley

Major General Perry Smith
Major General Perry Smith


 

Recruiting Go to AKO

Go to GKO

 

 

Please leave Feedback

 
YOU HAVE REACHED A UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SERVER SECURITY AND PRIVACY NOTICE - This site is provided as a Public Service by the Adjutant General, Alabama National Guard. This site is intended to be used by the public for viewing and retrieving information only. Unauthorized attempts to upload or change information on this service are strictly prohibited and may be punishable under the Computer Fraud And Abuse Act of 1986. All information on this Site is considered Public Information and may be distributed or copied. The appearance of hyperlinks to external sites does not constitute endorsement by the Alabama National Guard of the linked web site or the information, products or services contained therein. Use appropriate byline/photo/image credits is requested. All input has been approved by the Alabama National Guard Office of Public Affairs.