108th Training Command (Initial Entry Training) 
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Remain calm, all is well

“It’s just like Kevin Bacon said in 'Animal House,' 'remain calm, all is well,'” said Col. Robert Ashby, deputy chief of Staff, G5, 108th Training Command (IET).

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Familiar faces carry the load for Timberwolf Division

Observe a training mission run by the 104th Training Division’s 3rd Bn., 321st Inf. Regt. and you’ll see a couple of familiar faces at the forefront of just about every class.

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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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  • From the Top Remain calm, all is well
  • In the News Familiar faces carry the load for Timberwolf Division
  • From the Field Sandhurst 2015
108th Training Command (Initial Entry Training)
 
Our Purpose: To be trainers of choice, regardless of component, worldwide.

Our Mission: To provide professionally trained and ready Drill Sergeant units, Instructors, Leader Trainers, and Command expertise to conduct Initial Entry Training, Cadet Training, and Theater Security Cooperation Training. 

Our Vision: To be the premiere U.S. Army Training Command, providing expert force-generating, operational and strategic military training capabilities.  As the force of choice, we deliver subject matter experts globally in support of contingency, stability, and partnership operations throughout a multi-agency and multi-national environment. 
 
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