95th Training Division (IET) 
3955 Cannoneer Field Road Fort Sill, Oklahoma 73503-4551
General Inquiries:   (580) 558-8101  Media Inquiries:   (580) 442-2902

Soldier Spotlight John Lueke

Best Warrior has many different meanings from many different people. But for the Army it means the finest warriors competing in a four day event to try and emerge as the America’s premier Soldier.

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Honor Flight pays back to those who served

A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces, but also by the men it honors, the men it remembers,” said our 35th President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

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Sandhurst 2015

“Anyone who imagines they can work alone winds up surrounded by nothing but rivals, without companions. The fact is, no one ascends alone.” -Lance Armstrong

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The 95th Training Division (Initial Entry Training) is an Army Reserve unit headquartered at Fort Sill, Okla. It has units from coast to coast and Hawaii.
 
The division’s peacetime mission is to support the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Our drill sergeants conduct initial entry training for new Soldiers entering the Army.
 
Drill sergeants are the cornerstone of Army readiness, entrusted with the task of preparing new Soldiers to fight and win the nation's wars. The skill of producing quality Soldiers demands that only the Army's best and brightest can serve as drill sergeants. Appoximately 2,000 drill sergeants train 160,000 new Soldiers each year.
 
Soldiers receive training in subjects such as military conduct and courtesy, basic rifle marksmanship, chemical, biological and radiological training, first-aid, offensive and defensive tactics, patrolling, weapons, land navigation, communications, and drill and ceremonies.
 
In the event of mobilization, the division will augment TRADOC installations by providing companies or battalions as necessary. Additionally, the 95th will provide personnel and/or detachments to deploy in support of theater operations.
  

 

To learn more about the Division, you can click on the links below to be taken to websites with publications which focus on the Soldiers and missions of the 95th.   
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