108th Training Command (Initial Entry Training) 2023-24 USAR Drill Sergeant of the Year
Sergeant (SGT) Naimah Cabbagestalk
USAR Drill Sergeant Naimah Cabbagestalk is a native of Edgemoor, SC, and a graduate of Lewisville High School. She enlisted in the United States Army in 2018 as a 68W Healthcare Specialist and attended Basic Training at Fort Jackson, SC, and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Sam Houston, TX.
The United States Army Reserve Drill Sergeant of the Year (USAR DSOY) is a distinguished Army Reserve service member assigned to the 108th Training Command who serves as a vital link between the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), the Center for Initial Military Training (CIMT), and USAR Drill Sergeants. The USAR DSOY's responsibilities include executing special projects and liaising with TRADOC, CIMT, 108th TC and the Army Reserve Drill Sergeant community. Newly elected USAR DSOYs conduct a Basic Combat Training (BCT) 10-week cycle before assuming a 12-month ADOS active duty tour at CIMT HQ.

 

Read USAR Drill Sergeant Naimah Cabbagestalk's bio here.
 
Read more about the Drill Sergeant of the Year (DSOY) competition here. 
 
For media inquiries or speaking engagements contact 108th Training Command Office of Public Affairs, usarmy.usarc.108-tng-cmd.mbx.pa-group@army.mil.
 
Video by Maj. Jacqwayne Griffin
2023 USAR Drill Sergeant of the Year (DSOY): Drill Sergeant Naimah Cabbagestalk Belting Ceremony
108th Training Command- Initial Entry Training
April 19, 2024 | 8:36
The United States Army Reserve Drill Sergeant of the Year (USAR DSOY) is a distinguished Army Reserve service member assigned to the 108th Training Command who serves as a vital link between the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), the Center for Initial Military Training (CIMT), and USAR Drill Sergeants. The USAR DSOY's responsibilities include executing special projects and liaising with TRADOC, CIMT, 108th TC and the Army Reserve Drill Sergeant community. Newly elected USAR DSOYs conduct a Basic Combat Training (BCT) 10-week cycle before assuming a 12-month ADOS active duty tour at CIMT HQ.
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