No Slack is the Mantra of Army's 1st Female Top Drill Sargeant

October 30, 2009
Meet Sargeant Major Teresa King.  She's the first woman ever to be named Commandant of the Army's elite training school for drill sargeants.  
As is always the case with pioneers -- regardless of their gender or ethnic background -- the ones to break the barriers need to be the Cream of the Crop.   Sargeant King drives a black corvette and scored a perfect 300 on her most recent physical training test.   
Click here for the NY Times profile on one impressive soldier!  

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