Recruit Sustainment Program (RSP) Duty Descriptions


The RSP Training NCO plays a crucial role in the Recruit Sustainment Program (RSP). They attend RSP UTAs (Unit Training Assemblies) and are responsible for preparing RSP/Site training schedules, calendars, and briefings. They ensure that all training requirements and logistical support are properly forecasted. Additionally, they perform administrative and logistical tasks to support the Readiness NCO and ensure that recruits are prepared for successful entry and participation in the RSP. This includes completing and submitting requests for orders, awards, promotions, and personnel actions. The Training NCO also monitors and evaluates training requirements, prepares and sends correspondence, and maintains official military personnel and financial records for RSP recruits.


In the role of an Instructor for a Recruit Sustainment Program (RSP) detachment, the 00F3X RSP Instructor is responsible for the health, welfare, and training of a 118 Soldier detachment. They serve as a positive role model for all RSP Soldiers, embodying the seven Army values. The Instructor provides instructions in all common skills and ensures strict adherence to safety procedures during training. Using the assist and insist method of training, they conduct all training to the required standard. The Instructor also coordinates all resource requirements to support the program of instruction, ensuring a comprehensive and effective training experience for RSP recruits.

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