Drill Sergeant Academy Graduation

05/05/2018   
 

Members of the G-1, 108th Training Command (IET) gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of one of their own as she graduated from the Drill Sergeant Academy, Fort Jackson, S.C., on December 6. From left to right, Staff Sgt. James, Drill Sergeant (Sgt.) Erin Wood, Mrs. Karen Woods, and CW3 Vandehey. U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Lisa M. Litchfield/released

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Drill Sergeant Academy graduate Drill Sergeant (Sgt.) Lackana Galindez stands proud in her infamous “brown-round” campaign hat, the iconic drill sergeant headgear for the NCO new initial entry Soldiers will never forget. Galindez graduated from the first primarily Reserve course at the academy and spent weeks of learning how to inspire, motivate and mentor new Soldiers in Basic Combat Training. U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Lisa M. Litchfield / released

Drill Sergeant Academy graduate Drill Sergeant (Staff Sgt.) Jesse J. Miller stands proud in his infamous “brown-round” campaign hat, the iconic drill sergeant headgear for the NCO new initial entry Soldiers will never forget. Miller graduated from the first primarily Reserve course at the academy and spend weeks of learning how to inspire, motivate and mentor new Soldiers in Basic Combat Training. U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Lisa M. Litchfield / released

 

The US Army Reserve graduated the first primarily Reserve drill sergeant class from the Drill Sergeant Academy at Fort Jackson, S.C., Dec 6.  Noncommissioned officers in the course spent weeks of learning how to inspire, motivate and mentor new Soldiers in Basic Combat Training. U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Lisa M. Litchfield/released

 

 

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The Griffon Spring 2018

Vol. 42.1 | Spring 2018

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