Category: 108th Training Command (IET)

94th TD continues CONUS Replacement Center mission
December 1, 2017
94th TD Continues CONUS Replacement Center mission

Training mission transfers to new leadership
November 6, 2017
Training mission transfers leadership

CSM Huddle marches onward wearing gas masks, carrying rucksacks
September 18, 2017

Devoted 108th chaplain supports trainees
August 28, 2017
108th Chaplain

U.S. Army Reserve Soldier leads the way
August 7, 2017
Molding future Soldiers

Echo Mission helps train Ft. Jackson recruits
August 7, 2017
Army Reserve drill sergeants at Fort Jackson

Task Force Wolf taps Army Reserve to train future leaders
July 10, 2017
U.S. Army Reserve drill sergeants observe apprehensive and disoriented Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets experiencing their initial immersion into military order and discipline – also known as “Shark Week” – after a 4 a.m. wake-up call on their first day of Basic Camp at Fort Knox, Kentucky, June 4, 2017. Task Force Wolf utilizes Army Reserve drill sergeants and training experts to develop future commissioned officers, with many of them choosing to serve in the Army Reserve.  [U.S. Army photo by Army Capt. Loyal Auterson, U.S. Army Reserve Command-Public Affairs Office // RELEASED //]

New BCT battalion activates at Fort Leonard Wood
June 26, 2017
Col. Daryl Hood, 3rd Chemical Brigade commander, left, holds the guidon while Command Sgt. Maj. Jerry Gonzales unfurls the colors for the 2nd Battalion, 48th Infantry Regiment during the battalion activation ceremony Friday. The battalion was activated to support an increase to the installation's Basic Combat Training mission. 

(Photo Credit: Mr. Stephen Standifird (Leonard Wood)

Joint Training Enhances Unit Readiness
June 5, 2017
Drill sergeants from the 1st Battalion, 304th Infantry Regiment load crew-served and automatic weapons on a familiarization range at Fort Devens, MA June 3, 2017.

Task Force Marshall Drill Sergeant Earns Expert Infantry Badge
June 5, 2017
Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Clint Myers, a Kingsport, Tennessee native, stands with Sgt. 1st Class Eric Gordon after receiving his Expert Infantry Badge at McCrady Training Center in Eastover, S.C. on March 31, 2017. Myers earned the prestigious EIB after completing the two-week preparation course and grueling 5-day competition, which Gordon encouraged him to do. Myers started his EIB journey along with 122 other Soldiers. Upon completion of the competition, only 17 Soldiers earned the EIB, and Myers was the only Reserve Soldier among them. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo by Chaplain (Capt.) Caleb Wright/released)