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From the Commanding General
From the Command Sergeant Major
Striving for Excellence
Survivability is Key at Chaplain Basic
Familiar Faces Carry the Load for the 104th
From the 95th Training Division (IET) Commander
Army Reserve to Support Cadet Summer Training
CONUS Replacement Center Soldier Wins Soldier of the Year
Training Command Ramps Up for Mission to Middle East
Army Reserve Sits at Front Door of the Future Force
Joint Service Summit: Instructors Find Inspiration at Summit
Alpha Company, 1-354th Conducts Training Support
Sgt. Tyree Brown: The Cycle of Leadership
Leaders Past and Present Build Leaders of the Future
West Point Welcomes Future Cadets on R-Day
Technology Keeps Family Tradition Alive at Army Oath of Enlistment
Drill Sergeants Hope to Show Leadership Skills
Training Command Launches Company Level Leader Development Program
Current and Former 108th Command Soldiers Give Back to Their Community by Performing Military Honors
Picture in Heartbreak
Sgt. Michael Beck: Teaching Confidence to Future Leaders
History: Cadets Train for Leadership at Fort Knox
Support Drive For Homeless Veterans
Reserve Instructors Breathe New Life into Fort Knox Range
Upstate South Carolina Experts Pool Talents, Knowledge for Combat Veterans
Iacovelli Comes Back to 2-98th as Commander
Reserve Soldier Honored for His Contributions to Law Enforcement and His Community
Legal Operations Supported by the Timberwolves
Preserving Veterans’ Stories for the Ages
Army Family Honors Patriots
Battalion Conducts Fort Jackson Army Training Center Support Mission
Stultz Honored at Commissioning Ceremony
Changing Responsibility for the Timberwolves
Unit Ministry Team Cadet Training
Remain Calm, All is Well
Soldiers Gold Mine
66th Reunion of Iron Men of Metz Scheduled
Drill Sergeant Identification Badge
Monument to be Dedicated at National Infantry Museum
Do You Want to be a Unit Public Affairs Representative?
108th Griffon Association Supports Soldiers and Families
Have an Adventure in Jefferson Parish
A Fall Drive in the Mountains
Fall in Love with McKinney: Your Perfect Relaxation Destination
Cedar Hill - Where Opportunities Grow Naturally
Fall fun on Alabama’s Gulf Coast
Three Rivers, Lake Kaweah and Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks: Military Friendly with Terrific R&R
Share the Rush at Wet ‘n Wild Orlando
Autumn Excitement at Universal Orlando ®
Get the Elvis Experience in Tupelo
Let the Adventure Begin in the North Carolina Smokies
Hendersonville, NC ­— Life’s Playground
Carolina Renaissance Festival Returns —
Take Your Family On An Adventure!
Wytheville — There’s a Beauty to the Heritage
Why Military Veterans and Spouses Should Pursue Franchising

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The 108th Training Command got its start as part of an elaborate deception prior to Operation Overlord, the D-Day Invasion of France in World War II. The Division was a "phantom" division created on paper and assigned to the First United States Army Group under the command of General George Patton. We were the original Institutional Training (IT) Division and remain one of seven training divisions for the Army, Army Reserve and National Guard. The Griffon is in its 30th publishing year as an award-winning authorized publication written in the interest of the men and women of the 108th Training Command.

  • The Griffon is written and published quarterly in the interest of the 108th National Training Command. It is shipped directly to member's homes and to Training Command bases throughout the U.S.
  • The Griffon is regularly recognized by the Pentagon with their highest rating of Four Stars as one of the largest and most informative authorized publications in the Army.
  • Our members use The Griffon for prescreened, approved resources and opportunities for themselves and their families.
  • The Griffon is required reading material with a message straight from the General.