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Just like active Army drill sergeants, Army Reserve drill sergeants lead incoming Soldiers in Basic Combat Training, One Station Unit Training and Reserve Officer Training Corps. They serve as advisors, instructors, and evaluators in 42 states.
Drill Sergeants hold one of the most important tasks in the Army: training the Soldiers who will serve as defenders of the country and future leaders. As both a Drill Sergeant and a member of the Army Reserve, you will serve one weekend a month and as little as 15 days per year on the trail.
Drill Sergeant candidates attend the Army Drill Sergeant School at Fort Jackson, S.C. This course must be completed in one continuous phase of 65 days.
Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard Soldiers should contact the 108th Training Command’s (IET) Command Career Counselor to learn more about how to become an Army Reserve Drill Sergeant. Call (704) 780-5760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact the 108th Training Command’s Command Career Counselor.
95th Training Division (Initial Entry Training)
98th Training Division (Initial Entry Training)
104th Training Division (Leader Training)
3600 Arco Corporate Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina 28273
General Inquiries: 910.656.5450
Media Inquiries: 910.656.5468
Drill Sergeant Recruiting Inquiries: 704-780-5760
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