• Sgt. 1st Class Damon Brown Sr. leads drill sergeant leaders and drill sergeant candidates onto the field during the USADSS ribbon-cutting ceremony last week.

    A new place to hang their hats: Ceremony marks opening of new Drill Sergeant School

    Sgt. 1st Class Damon Brown Sr. leads drill sergeant leaders and drill sergeant candidates onto the field during the USADSS ribbon-cutting ceremony last week.

  • A color guard with the U.S. Army Drill Sergeant School "posts the colors" during the school's ribbon-cutting ceremony at Fort Jackson Feb. 23.

    A new place to hang their hats

    A color guard with the U.S. Army Drill Sergeant School "posts the colors" during the school's ribbon-cutting ceremony at Fort Jackson Feb. 23.

  • The school's first drill sergeant leaders and the first female Drill Sergeant of the Year were among those who attended last month's ceremony. From left, Jim Ross, Earl Ballard, Joe Rush, Ernest Jones, Kenneth Miller, Charles Richards, Glen Grant and Wayne Marge.

    A new place to hang their hats

    The school's first drill sergeant leaders and the first female Drill Sergeant of the Year were among those who attended last month's ceremony. From left, Jim Ross, Earl Ballard, Joe Rush, Ernest Jones, Kenneth Miller, Charles Richards, Glen Grant and...

  • Command Sgt. Maj. Ronald Law Jr., commandant of the Reserve Drill Sergeant School, Command Sgt. Maj. Teresa King, commandant of the USADSS and Sgt. Maj. Robert Maggard, deputy commandant of the USADSS, review the troop formation during the school's ribbon-cutting ceremony. The Reserve Drill Sergeant School is merging with the USADSS, making the schoolhouse the only school to drill sergeants in the Army.

    A new place to hang their hats

    Command Sgt. Maj. Ronald Law Jr., commandant of the Reserve Drill Sergeant School, Command Sgt. Maj. Teresa King, commandant of the USADSS and Sgt. Maj. Robert Maggard, deputy commandant of the USADSS, review the troop formation during the school's...

  • A statue of a drill sergeant, which stands in front of the new Drill Sergeant School, seems to review the formations of drill sergeant leaders and drill sergeant candidates who participated in the Feb. 23 events.

    A new place to hang their hats

    A statue of a drill sergeant, which stands in front of the new Drill Sergeant School, seems to review the formations of drill sergeant leaders and drill sergeant candidates who participated in the Feb. 23 events.

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