Brewster Milton Robertson inducted into hall of fame in Fort Sill, Oklahoma

Hall of Fame - Fort SillBrewster Milton Robertson, Class 30-52, has been inducted into The Field Artillery Officer Candidate School Hall of Fame at Fort Sill, Oklahoma in a ceremony held at the base Patriot Club on May 7, 2010.

The Field Artillery Officer Candidate School (OCS) Hall of Fame was established on 26 June 1968 by General Order Number 115, Headquarters, United States Army Artillery and Missile Center, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The Hall of Fame honors the heroism and exceptional achievement of its graduates and recognizes the outstanding contributions of these officers to their country and the Field Artillery.

After graduating from OCS, Robertson attended the Medical Service Corps Basic Officers Course at Fort Sam Houston before serving at Camp Picket, Virginia, as a Platoon Leader and Exec in Company B, 6th Medical Training Battalion until he received orders for Korea in June 1953. There he was assigned as Adjutant to the 121st Evacuation Hospital. After the signing of the truce and following the completion of Operation Big Switch, he was rotated home in late November with an early release from active duty.

Following his military service, Robertson began work in the pharmaceutical industry. In 1981, he was invited to the White House to consult with Nancy Reagan's fledgling efforts to combat drug use among school-age children. In the late 1980's, he transferred his copywriting skills and considerable medical marketing experience to the specialized area of public relations for private hospitals.

Robertson retired from medical marketing in 1992 to begin his current career as a novelist, writer and literary critic. He is author of three published novels: Rainy Days and Sundays (2000), The Grail Mystique (2003), and a Posturing of Fools (2004). Each novel includes a character who attended OCS at Fort sill with the portrayal of the school always in the most positive light. Robertson has recently completed an epic Korean novel.

In his varied endeavors, Brewster Milton Robertson has also been a commercial artist, teacher, photographer's model, film actor, ghost writer and consulting editor and a public relations beacon for Field Artillery OCS.

Robertson, formerly of Salem, West Virginia, and his wife, Charlotte Cabaniss Robertson, are now residents of Auburn, Alabama.