Camp Enoch H. Crowder, Missouri

The post was named for MG Enoch H. Crowder (1859-1832), a native Missourian who attained fame as the author of the Selective Service Act of World War I.   As the Provost Marshal General, he was responsible for the administration of conscription during World War I in the United States.


The Registries provide a unique opportunity to recognize and honor active duty Soldiers, fallen Soldiers, and veterans, civilians who worked with or for the Army, and animals that served a role during conflicts.