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» What is the Drill Sergeant Assignment Preference Program (DSAPP)?
Upon successful completion of drill sergeant duty, the U.S. Total Army Personnel Command (HRC) is committed to assign you to one of your assignment preferences.

» TRADOC 350-6
Enlisted Initial Entry Training IET Policies and Administration

» TRADOC 350-16
Drill Sergeant Program DSP

» The Drill Sergeant Creed
I will assist each individual in their efforts to become a highly motivated, well disciplined….

» The Drill Sergeant Badge

» Male Drill Sergeant Campaign Hat
A veteran of numerous campaigns in the field, steeped in traditions, and in active service in various styles from 1850 through 1939, the campaign hat is a most appropriate symbol for a Drill Sergeant

» History of the Drill Sergeant

» Female Drill Sergeant Campaign Hat
In late 1971, Headquarters, Continental Army Command (CONARC) received approval from the Chief of Staff of the Army for permission to include women in the Drill Sergeant Program

» Drill Sergeant Frequently Asked Questions
What are the qualifications to be a drill sergeant, What installations are authorized drill sergeants, and more

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