United States Army Infantry School
|United States Army Infantry School|
United States Army Infantry School shoulder sleeve insignia
|Branch||Infantry Branch (United States)|
|BG David Haight|
It is made up of the following components:
- 192d Infantry Brigade (Reflagged from Basic Combat Training Brigade (BCTB)) (now under Armor School after completion of BRAC 2005)
- 197th Infantry Brigade (Reflagged from 29th Infantry Regiment)
- 1st Battalion (Mechanized/Stryker), 29th Infantry Regiment
- 2nd Battalion, 29th Infantry Regiment
- CONUS Replacement Center (CRC)
- 198th Infantry Brigade (Reflagged from Infantry Training Brigade (ITB))
For new recruits specializing in infantry, the ITB conducts fourteen weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT) consisting of both Basic Combat Training (BCT) and Advanced Individual Training (AIT). The mission of the Infantry Training Brigade is to transform civilians into disciplined infantrymen that possess the Army Values, fundamental soldier skills, physical fitness, character, confidence, commitment, and the Warrior Ethos to become adaptive and flexible infantrymen ready to accomplish the mission of the infantry.
- 199th Light Infantry Brigade (Reflagged from 11th Infantry Regiment)
- HHC, 199th Bde
- Maneuver Captains Career Course
- International Student Training Detachment
- Officer Candidate School
- 1st Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment
- Basic Airborne School
- Jumpmaster School
- Pathfinder School
- Silver Wings (A parachute performance team)
- 1st Battalion, 11th Infantry (Basic Officer Leader Course II (BOLC II)) (inactivated 23 March 2010)
- 2nd Battalion, 11th Infantry (Infantry Basic Officer Leader Course (IBOLC))
- 3rd Battalion, 11th Infantry (Officer Candidate School) (OCS)
- HHC, 199th Bde
- Ranger Training Brigade
- 4th Ranger Training Battalion (Camps Rogers and Darby)
- 5th Ranger Training Battalion (Camp Frank D. Merrill)
- 6th Ranger Training Battalion (Camp Rudder, Auxiliary Field 6, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida)
- Reconnaissance and Surveillance Leaders Course (RSLC)
- Henry Caro Non-Commissioned Officers Academy
- Combined Arms and Tactics Directorate (CATD)
- Directorate of Operations and Training/G-3
- Training Support Center
- Office of Infantry Proponency (OIP) "Warrior Ethos" program that was launched in 2003 by the United States Army.
Infantry officers who have completed commissioning and the Basic Officer Leadership Course then attend the Infantry Officer Basic Leadership Course in 2nd battalion. This is a course of instruction, as the name implies, in basic infantry skills, including marksmanship, machine gunnery, tactics, and planning.
The brigade also conducts specialized training for soldiers in Basic Airborne, Pathfinder, and Jumpmaster Courses.
Chief of Infantry
The Chief of Infantry is the proponent of the school and its commandant.
|1||Major General Charles S. Farnsworth||1920|
|Major General Stephen Odgen Fuqua||1929|
|Major General John W. Foss||1985|
|47||Major General Benjamin Freakley||2003||2005|
|48||Major General Walter Wojdakowski||2005||2008|
|49||Major General Michael Barbero||2008||2009|
|50||Major General Michael Ferriter||2009||2009|
|51||Brigadier General Bryan Owens||2009||2011|
|52||Brigadier General Walter Piatt||2011||2012|
|53||Brigadier General David B. Haight||2012||2013|
|54||Colonel Rob Choppa||2013||Current|
- U.S. Army Armor School
- 192d IN BDE Task Organization (FY12)
- 192d Infantry Brigade
- 198th BDE welcomes new battalion
- 198th Infantry Brigade
- 14-Week One Station Unit Training
- BOLC II
- Henry Caro NCO Academy
- Maneuver Senior Leaders Course
- Advanced Leaders Course
- Warrior Leaders Course
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- "New Infantry chief takes command". The Bayonet. 4 December 2013. Retrieved 17 January 2014.
- Basic Officer Leaders Course
- United States Army branch insignia
- Coats of arms of U.S. Infantry Regiments
- Guidon (United States)
- Combat Infantryman Badge
- Blue Infantry Cord