108th Training Command (Initial Entry Training) 
1330 Westover Street Charlotte, North Carolina 28205
General Inquiries:   (704) 227-2820  Media Inquiries:   704-227-2820 ext. 4087

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year

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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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Soldier's position puts her with Army elite

At first glance, Staff Sgt. Amber Jones may seem like just another drill sergeant doing her best to train a bunch of “ordinary joe’s” at Fort Jackson, S.C.

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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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