Fort Knox, Ky. — Several U.S. Army Reserve Drill Sergeants of Task Force Wolf led 268 Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Cadets across Brooks Field on July 11.
The ROTC Cadets of 2nd Regiment, U.S. Army Cadet Command earnestly marched in front of family and friends who gathered to attend their Basic Camp graduation ceremony.
“I feel a great sense of pride and accomplishment in the ability to train somebody, who may not know anything about the military, and prepare them for the challenges of the Army,” said Sgt. 1st Class Randal Monroe, a native of Gladys, Virginia. Monroe is a Drill Sergeant assigned to 317th Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 104th Division.
TF Wolf, from the U.S. Army Reserve 104th Training Division at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, supports the Cadet Command in training and developing future Army leaders.
Although developing future leaders can be rewarding, it is often demanding.
“It’s trying at times,” said Monroe through a smile. “Some of the Cadets have a military background, but many others have never done anything like this before.”
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