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Enlighten, Transform

AITPSG Course Leadership

"Enlighten, Transform"

Chief Instructor
AITPSGC Chief Instructor

SFC Jerome D. Rogers is a native of Hampton, VA. He enlisted into the United States Army in February 2000 and attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He attended Advanced Individual Training at Fort Gordon, Georgia where he was awarded his primary MOS 25U (Signal Support Systems Specialist).

SFC Rogers Assignments prior to AITPSG Duty include Signal Support Systems Specialist 261st ASMB Fort Bragg, NC, Radio Operator Maintainer Charlie Company (Cco) 261st ASMB Fort Bragg NC, Operations NCO Cco 261st ASMB Fort Bragg NC, Communications NCOIC 36th ASMC Fort Bragg, NC, Operations NCO 36th ASMC Fort Bragg NC, Deputy Chief of Staff Information Management (DCSIM) Communications NCOIC 44th Medical Command (MEDCOM) Fort Bragg, NC., Brigade Communications Chief 44th Medical Brigade Fort Bragg, NC, Advanced Individual Training Platoon Sergeant Cco 369th Signal Battalion Fort Gordon, Georgia, and Senior Advanced Individual Training Platoon Sergeant (AIT PSG) 15th Regimental Signal Brigade Fort Gordon, GA. SFC Rogers currently serves as the Chief Instructor for the AITPSG Course; USADSS Fort Jackson SC. SFC Rogers has held the following leadership positions: Team Leader, Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant, Advance Individual Training Platoon Sergeant, and Senior Advance Individual Training Platoon Sergeant.

After serving two years on the AIT PSG trail SFC Rogers was hand selected by the 15th Regimental Signal Brigade Command Sergeant Major to serve as the Senior AIT Platoon Sergeant for Fort Gordon, Georgia. He directly reported the status and advised the Regimental Signal Brigade CSM on placement, training and proficiency of over 96 AIT PSG's across four Signal Battalions, and one Ordnance Battalion. SFC Rogers was also hand selected by the Deputy Commandant of the US Army Drill Sergeant School to be the first Signal Platoon Sergeant Leader for the AITPSGC.

SFC Rogers Military Education includes: Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Non-commissioned Officer’s Course, Advanced Non-commissioned Officer’s Course, NBC Defense Course, Combat Life Saver Course, Bus Drivers Course, Combatives Level I, Combatives Level II, AIT Platoon Sergeant Course, Master Resiliency Trainer Course, Commanders Safety Course, Army Composite Risk Management Course, Sexual Harassment Assault and Response Prevention (SHARP) Course, Equal Opportunity Leaders Course (EO), Anti-terrorism Officer Basic Course, and Red Team Mobile Training.

SFC Rogers Military Awards and Decorations include: Meritorious Serve Medal; Army Commendation Medal (3OLC) Army Achievement Medal (3OLC); Meritorious Unit Commendation; Army Good Conduct Medal 4th award; National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal; Iraq Campaign Medal 1-CS; GWOT Expeditionary Medal, GWOT Service Medal; NCO Professional Development Ribbon 3rd award, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Ribbon 3rd award.

Platoon Sergeant Leader

Sergeant First Class Phillip S. Lee enlisted into the United States Army in July 1998 and attended Basic Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He then attended Advanced Individual Training at Fort Eustis, Virginia as a 68X, (AH-64A Armament/Electrical systems repairer) later transitioned to 15Y(AH-64D Armament/Avionics/Electrical System Repairer).

Sergeant First Class Lee’s assignments include: C2 AMC (reflagged to A 602 ASB), Camp Page, South Korea, as an AH-64A Armament/Electrical Systems repairer; D Co. 1-227th AVN BN, Fort Hood, Texas, as an AH-64D Armament/Avionics/Electrical Systems repairer, while there he deployed twice in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom; 3-6 CAV(reflagged to 4-2 AVN), Camp Humphreys, South Korea, as an AH-64D Quality Control inspector; D Co 3-159th AVN BN, Illeshiem, Germany, as an AH-64D Quality Control inspector, where he deployed a third time in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom; A Co UASTB (reflagged to A Co 2-13th AVN BN), Ft. Huachuca, Arizona, as an AIT Platoon Sergeant.

After winning the 2011 Fort Rucker AIT Platoon Sergeant of the Year Competition he was selected to become an instructor for the AIT Platoon Sergeant Course and later one the first three Platoon Sergeant Leaders at the United States Army Drill Sergeant School.

Sergeant First Class Lee’s military and civilian education includes: WLC, ALC, SLC, Combat Life Saver Course, Unit Movement Officer Course, Airlift Planners Course, Automated Air load Planning System, TC-AIMS II UMC Course, Combatives Level 1&2, AIT Platoon Sergeant Course, Master Resilience Trainer Course, Army Basic Instructor Course and the Small Group Instructor Course. He is working toward a Bachelors degree in Organizational Development from The Incarnate Word University.

Sergeant First Class Lee’s awards and decorations include: MSM; ARCOM w/7 OLC; AAM w/2 OLC; AGCM 4th award; NDSM;KDSM; ICM w/3 Campaign Stars; GWTEM; GWTSM; NCOPD 3rd award; ASR; OSR 5th award; and the Senior Aviation Mechanic Badge.