Be the best. Train the best.
Just like active Army drill sergeants, Army Reserve drill sergeants lead incoming Soldiers in Basic Combat Training, One Station Unit Training and Reserve Officer Training Corps. They serve as advisors, instructors, and evaluators in 44 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.
Drill Sergeants hold one of the most important tasks in the Army: training the Soldiers who will serve as defenders of the country and future leaders. As both a Drill Sergeant and a member of the Army Reserve, you will serve on the trail one weekend a month and as little as 17 days a year.