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95th Training Division (IET) ‘Welcomes Home’ Its Newest Commander
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FirstLight HomeCare Extends Franchise Discount for Vets
98th Commanding General Inducted into ROTC Hall of Fame
Army Reserve Mentors and Evaluates Cadets at 2016 Sandhurst Competition
From the 104th Training Division (LT) Commander
Army Reserve drill sergeant provides mentorship both on and off duty
Birdville Invitational
Drill Sergeant Trail Led Him to Chaplaincy
Learning From the Past to Ensure Victory in the Future
Millennials may need drill sgts beyond basic, Army says
Soldier sings her way to victory
Army Reserve Best Warrior Competitors shine despite rain, cold
Best Warrior Competition increases individual, unit readiness for all involved
‘Not in My Squad, Not in Our Army’
108th Training Command Soldiers Compete for Best Warrior and Brown Round Crowns
UNC Charlotte reflects on history and future of ROTC
Third Battalion, 518 Infantry Regiment Hosts Future Soldiers
Clemson ROTC Cadets Test their Mettle with Water Survival Training
Cadets from Around the Globe Square Off at 2016 Sandhurst Competition
Hand grenade Assault Course Challenges Soldiers in Basic Combat Training
Moldovan a Favorite for 98th Training Division Drill Sergeant of the Year
Panther Drill Competition
Applying History to the Future
‘Papa Bear’ Didn’t Hibernate at 73 Easting
NC A&T State University Commemorates 100 Years of ROTC with Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
98th Training Division Hosts Future Soldier Event
Timberwolves conduct Ruck March for Hunger
108th Griffon Association Fulfilling Its Mission
Military Personnel and PTSD
Honoring Our Military Veterans
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the Military
Finding Resiliency in the Face of Stress and Threat
Choosing the Correct Career Path
Transition Your Military Career
Size of Army Depends on Bending Budget
From the Army to the Tactical Team, a Chronicle of Commitment
Online Classroom is One Reason Ball State is Military Favorable
Summer on the Alabama Gulf Coast
Experience Three Rivers, Lake Kaweah and Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
Take the Ultimate Weekend Getaway to Tupelo — the Birthplace of Elvis!
Who’s Ed and Why Did He Build Coral Castle?
COLOSSAL NEW EXPERIENCES AT UNIVERSAL ORLANDO® RESORT
Create Your Summer Vacation Memories in Myrtle Beach, SC
Reset Yourself in Hendersonville
Summer Adventurers Look to Cog Railway for Summer Fun
Chattanooga — Mountains, Music and More!
A Small Town Summer in Dolly’s Hometown
Spotsylvania, Va. — Diverse Vacation Spot
Getaway Destination for Relaxing Adventure
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The 108th Training Command got its start as part of an elaborate deception prior to Operation Overlord, the D-Day Invasion of France in World War II. The Division was a "phantom" division created on paper and assigned to the First United States Army Group under the command of General George Patton. We were the original Institutional Training (IT) Division and remain one of seven training divisions for the Army, Army Reserve and National Guard. The Griffon is in its 30th publishing year as an award-winning authorized publication written in the interest of the men and women of the 108th Training Command.

  • The Griffon is written and published quarterly in the interest of the 108th National Training Command. It is shipped directly to member's homes and to Training Command bases throughout the U.S.
  • The Griffon is regularly recognized by the Pentagon with their highest rating of Four Stars as one of the largest and most informative authorized publications in the Army.
  • Our members use The Griffon for prescreened, approved resources and opportunities for themselves and their families.
  • The Griffon is required reading material with a message straight from the General.

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