Module Book. Prepared by: Drill Sergeant Program Proponent. Fort Jackson, SC This Module Book supersedes the version dated 26 April 1 March. States Army Drill Sergeant School, Fort Jackson, SC, and former drill sergeants at the Basic Combat methods of instruction located in the Module Handbook (at .. Challenge the Soldiers with nightly assignments from their smart book or. physical training spt and drill ceremonies d c module book prepared by drill sergeant program proponent fort jackson sc. , us patriot drill sergeant .
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dss module book quia - standardized physical training spt and drill further than the, drill sgt module book tof c page 1 my army publications - history of the drill. My ARMY Publications Drill Sergeant Modules PLUS DVD - This study guide This book is a "mini" (6 1/2 inches high by 5 inches wide) size - A popular size to . My ARMY Publications: Drill Sergeant School - Regulations Field Artillery Engineer a series of modules which supports training and testing in the areas of, drill and THIS BOOK HAS BEEN REPLACED BY TC , Noncommissioned.
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Having been a Drill Sergeant In the Army was one of the hardest and best duties a soldier could be a So my recommendation for the Drill Sergeant Academy is that I will never regret my time in drill academy because it pull something out of me that I did not know was there.
March The entire experience. Being a Drill Sergeant was a honor and privilege.
I was able to shape and m November 12, Looking back, my greatest mentor in life was my drill sergeant. Curiously, what can a prior service soldier expect who served 2 Iraq combat tours, got out in , and now possibly coming back in under the new regs of having to go through the whole BCT again? Keep the head erect and face straight to the front with the chin drawn in so that the alignment of the head and neck is vertical. Let the arms hang straight without stiffness.
Curl the fingers so that the tips of the thumbs are alongside and touching the first joint of the forefingers.
Keep the thumbs straight along the seams of the trouser leg with the first joint of the fingers touching the trousers. Remain silent and do not move unless otherwise directed. If you know the module segment that is listed above, you will never miss a single detail required to teach the position of attention to someone. I had to use the first sentence from the Introduction of the module to actually find the above link to the module book; the memorization of modules is no longer a requirement in the current Drill Sergeant School POI.
In fact it has never been a requirement that a Drill Sergeant had to memorize the entire module verbatim, you just had to hit the key points and details inside the content, and you always have a demonstrator working with you, so if you miss something and they know it, they can exaggerate an incorrect motion that makes the position look wrong so that you see the mistake.
That just about sums up day one. Will try to post something tomorrow. Original Post. SSG Chaney, This is awesome keep it going! Like Reply 0 Likes. Good morning! I apologize for not posting on days two and three. This school is demanding! But here you go: It was a little cold here for most people it was I have been at Fort Drum for five years Even though there are about 80 students, it went pretty quickly.
The DSLs were a little tough on the scoring The run is conducted on a track right behind the theater. It is three laps plus about meters. There is a slight incline on the one straight-away, but once you make the turn it goes downhill so you can make up with addtional speed there.
We were told that if anyone failed to get 60 in any event that they would be dismissed from the course. Apparently it was a scare tactic as some did not and are still here. The key is to get 70 in each event What they didn't tell us is that remedial PT is done after class hours and you conduct it on your own you have to submit a plan and have it approved.
By the way, everyone tries to shower after PT so there is no hot water. We caught the bus back to the school house and had chow.
Classes followed after that were were on Master Resilency Training. I'm sure that everyone has taken the GAT survey by now and thought that it was retarded. These classes went in more detail which were actually pretty good. You have to keep an open mind though and realize that although most of us are stuck in our old ways if you have been in more than eight years , society has changed and now the Army is forcing us to change.
Take these classes for what they are So overall I think everyone took something from the training.
We were also given the first ten mondules for next week. Friday we will pitch one of the seven By-the-Numbers modules. Basically you have to learn all You won't find out which one of the By the Numbers you will do until immediately before you pitch it.
Page in FM Don't try to memorize anything other than the explanation. Instead just know what the hell you are talking about. Everyone knows what each of these movements do and look like. Once you say the explanation, you just have to explain the position. Too easy. I apologize If you come here and have memorized the Soldier's Creed, Drill Sergeant Creed, General Orders and can correctly pitch the first three modules, you will walk through this course without even trying.
Anyway, after that, we caught busses back to the hotel around The classes run late daily Day 3 They reversed the schedule on us today so we reported in at in ACUs. We went to th AG for hearing conservation only some needed it done and to get issued ear plugs. Then we went back to the classroom for more classes. It had a lot to do with goal setting and thinking optimisically-focusing on the good rather than the bad when either you or one of your Soldiers fails to meet a standard.
Like yesterday's classes-another thing to throw in your toolbag. The best part was a recovery drill which was basically a 12 minute power nap to teach us a way to get a quick evergy recovery. It worked out pretty good to my surprise. After that, we changed into PTs and had TA issued to us. If you don't need the stuff you will just leave it in your room until it is time to turn it in. Then we had a class on how to conduct the new Army Physical Readiness Training.
If you haven't started using it at your units-then start now to get familiar. Download TC Training Circular I started using it with my platoon back in September and it really helped with the training today. Like I said-start looking into and implementing this now FM was obsolete as of August Even though I had been doing all of this for a few months now, they taught us the right way to teach the positions and the right way to execute them.
Having a knowledge of all of them was definitely beneficial even though I was doing some of them wrong prior to today. That was all the training for today and we actually have a three day weekend.
If anyone has any questions, please let me know. I will try to put my next post after training on Tuesday. If I don't, you will hear from me next weekend on the week's events. Originally posted by SSG E: Some guys I work with are going real soon and I gave them the link to this so they can read up before they go.
Just wondering if Your using the new barracks or still in lodging? Good Luck and Thanks. We are still in lodging The barracks isn't scheduled to open until September The welcome packet says you have to pay in advance I'm on my way out from Germany and I'm going to school in June. I'm reporting to my unit first though, which is in Ft.