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Oklahoma At A Glance
Making its home at Fort Sill, the 95th Training Division (Initial Entry Training) is one of Oklahoma’s 68 Army Reserve units and detachments. Once known as the 95th Infantry Division, this unit served with distinction during World War II and was instrumental in the liberation of Metz, France. Their defense of the city against fierce German counterattacks earned them the nickname “Iron Men of Metz,” which has stuck with the unit.
Today, the 95th is one of only two divisions in the Army Reserve with the drill sergeant position. With a total force of 2,800, Soldiers from the 95th regularly participate in Echo Missions at each of the Army’s four Basic Combat Training posts.

During these Echo Missions, companies of drill sergeants and support personnel take over a BCT unit alongside their active-duty counterparts. They provide more than 160,000 Soldiers professional initial entry training annually in areas such as basic rifle marksmanship, land navigation, physical readiness training and drill and ceremony.

Other Army Reserve specialties available in Oklahoma 83 include law enforcement, engineer, civil affairs and chemical defense. Soldiers in these units regularly participate in major training events such as River Assault at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas and Key Resolve in theRepublic of Korea.




 

 

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