Private First Class Jacob Allcott

Was born on July 26, 1984 in Idaho Falls, Idaho and is the son of Bruce and Maureen Allcott from Burley,
Idaho.  He entered the military on May 10, 2004 and attended basic and advanced individual training as an
infantryman at Fort Benning, Georgia.  After completion of training, he was assign to B/1-67, 2nd Brigade,
4th Infantry Division.  

He was a great guy, one heck of a guitar player and a dedicated soldier.  He always had a soft smile about
him and his easy going manner just put people at ease.  Music was a big part of his life, he could always be
found with a set of headphones and a guitar in arms reach.  He is survived by his mother Maureen and his
father Bruce.  PFC Allcott was a rifleman in 3rd platoon, the platoon armorer, and served as the gunner for
B203 on April 22, 2006.  

PFC Allcott’s awards include the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service
Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal, and the Combat Infantryman Badge.
Memorial Service Program
FOB Iskandariyah, Iraq

August 05, 2011
Greg Quillen
In Honor Of Allcott, King, Colnot, and Bouthot
You were a great guy.  All of you guys were. You will not be forgotten.  You will always be remembered as
an American Hero.

December 09, 2009
Amy Wulff
There are no words to express the gratitude I feel on behalf of this young man and his fallen friends. A
hero is to say the very least. Jacob Alcott, and those like him, and among him, shall never be forgotten -
but kept in our hearts each day and they shall remind us of what it is to be good and to never give up on
our fight against evil.
My deepest sympathies and heartfelt prayers to Mr. and Mrs. Alcott - you should be deeply proud.
Ms. Amy Wulff

June 20, 2009
Bob Freeman
Taking a moment while surfing the internet to offer my prayers for Jacob and his family.  Peace be with
you.  bf

Jan 28, 2009
Raul Gonzales
In Honor Of Alcott, King, Colnot and Buthot
to my fallen soldiers from B 1/67 Armor,   you guys are still in my thoughs almost everyday.    I am lucky to be
alive myself,   rest in peace brothers.   

April 22, 2008
Debra Estep
In Honor Of Army Pfc. Jacob H. Allcott

Although I never had the honor to meet Jacob,
I am remembering him today.

Thank you for your service.

May the Lord continue to be near
your family and friends.

Deb Estep
Proud Air Force Mom
Proud Air Force MIL

Jan 30, 2008
SFC Rod Brewer
In Honor Of PFC Jacob Allcott
Private First Class Jacob Allcott, Christmas in
Arlington... Rest easy, sleep well my brother. Know the line has held, your
job is done. Rest easy, sleep well. Others have taken up where you fell,
the line has held. Peace, peace, and farewell..... Jacob, You Will Not
Be Forgotten... HOOAH... Rod.

May 15, 2007
Julia Landham
In Honor of Jacob Allcott
I feel your pain and I know it will never go away I bet
he was a great guy.