Course for Drill Sergeants Essay

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TRAINING SUPPORT & SCHOOL DIRECTORATE DOCTRINE TRAINING DEVELOPMENT DIVISION COURSE 012-SQIX DRILL SERGEANT SCHOOL DRILL & CEREMONY STUDENT HANDOUT 19 March 2012 TRAINING SUPPORT & SCHOOL DIRECTORATE DOCTRINE TRAINING DEVELOPMENT DIVISION Drill Sergeant Program Fort Jackson, SC 29207 Supersedes all previous versions Preface…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….………………………………….…3 Chapter 1 – METHODS OF INSTRUCTION 1-1 METHODS OF INSTRUCTION……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..………4 Chapter 2 - FORMATIONS 2-1 FORMATION………………………..…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...7 2-2 INSTRUCTIONAL FORMATION…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...7 2-3…show more content…
It includes movements, commands, Methods of Instruction, Stages which supports training and testing in the areas of, drill and ceremonies. Drill sergeant school candidates can use this Handout to assist training of these specific areas while attending the drill sergeant school course (DSSC). The purpose of this Student Handout is to provide Drill Sergeant Candidates with examples of Drill and Ceremony presentations to ensure consistency throughout the Drill Sergeant Program. This Student Handout is not meant to supersede or replace TC 3-22.5 in any way. Do not supplement this Handout without approval from Training Support & School Directorate (TSSD), Doctrine Training Development Division (DTDD), Drill Sergeant Program (DSP). Send comments and suggested improvements on DA FORM 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) through channels to TSSD, DTDD (ATZJ-DTDD), bldg 3216 Magruder, Ave, Fort Jackson, SC 29207. //ORIGINAL SIGNED// JAMES E. WALTHES CHIEF DTDD Chapter 1 METHODS OF INSTRUCTION 1-1 METHODS OF INSTRUCTION The progress made by individuals and units in precise and unified action in drill is determined by the following: • The methods of instruction and the thoroughness of the instructor. • The organization of Soldiers into units of the most effective instructional size. The three methods of instruction used to teach drill to Soldiers are: step-by-step,
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