U.S. Army Personnel Share How Their Drill Sergeants Became Their “Army Parents” When Their Real Parents Failed Them
The U.S. Army advertises as this rough and tough career that whoops you into shape with blood, sweat, and tears. Combat training in films depicts Drill Sergeants as the roughest of the ranks, with the goal to terrorize their recruits until they’re able to drop down and give them 1,000! But the truth of the matter is, most Drill Sergeants do more than just physically train you. Drill Sergeants basically become your parents—sure, they might punish you by making you do laps or shine boots, but they’re also their to have your back and help you grow as a person.
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