Recruiting Initiative

08/25/2018   
 

Six Army Reserve Drill Sergeants were recently selected from across the 108th Training Command (IET) to spearhead a nationwide Drill Sergeant recruiting initiative.  These six Drill Sergeant will be traveling to Army installations across the United States to partner with the local Reserve Component Career Counselors (RCCC).  In a combined effort with the RCCC, our Drill Sergeants will brief transitioning Active Component Soldiers on the benefits of becoming a Drill Sergeant in the Army Reserve. 

Representing the 95th Training Division will be SFC Rondal Jackson and SFC Auston Connor.  Together they will cover the following Active duty installations; Fort Hood, Fort Bliss, Joint Base San Antonio, Fort Sill, Fort Riley, and Fort Leavenworth.  Representing the 98th Training Division will be SFC Christopher Marshall and SGT Candice Beebe.  SFC Marshall will cover Fort Drum, Fort Eustis, Fort Lee, Fort Belvoir, Fort Meade, and Fort Myer.  SGT Beebe will cover Joint Base Lewis McCord, Fort Carson, Fort Irwin, and Fort Huachuca.  Representing the 104th Training Division will be SSG Sterling Johnson and SGT Micheala Bondy.   Together they will cover Fort Leonard Wood, Fort Polk, Fort Rucker, Fort Benning, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Fort Bragg, Fort Jackson, Fort Stewart, and Hunter Army Airfield.

Bonus incentives, Special Duty Assignment Pay (SDAP), accelerated promotions, and diverse mobilization opportunities are just a few of the benefits that await those who are ready to accept the challenge.  Regardless of where live, the 108th Training Command (IET) has a home for you.  Accept the challenge today and help mold the next generation of Soldiers.  

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The Griffon Summer 2018

Vol. 42.2 | Summer 2018

The Griffon
The Griffon is written and published quarterly in the interest of the 108th National Training Command.

 






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