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The International Close Combat Instructors Association (ICCIA) is made up of over 35 military instructors of military armed and unarmed combat.

A military is a force authorized to use lethal or deadly force and weapons to support the interests of the state and some or all of its citizens.

In 2010, Quiltworx.com ventured into a new concept in our company to help answer a growing demand for our teaching, which involved Certifying Instructors for our teaching techniques and patterns. While you do not need to be Certified to teach almost all of our patterns (except the Technique of the Month Program patterns...Glacier Star and Mariner's Compass), the program has been a tremendous success and has helped us reach so many shops and students we never would have been able to get to on our own! The feedback we've received from students in classes and shop owners alike can be summed up by no more than a simple...Thank You.

Often times, we receive letters of appreciation from shops and students regarding our Certified Instructors. It means so much to us that our instructors are doing such an exquisite job teaching, and we felt that all of the letters and emails we receive should be shared. Click here to find these references, and certainly more to come!

Note: We have one Certified Instructor that is shop affiliated and are not listed here. To find teaching schedules and information, click here for:
Kay Crandall

The Drill Sergeant Identification Badge is a military badge of the United States Army which was first issued on January 15, 1958. It is also nicknamed the "pumpkin" patch due to its jack-o'-lantern -like appearance when worn in the non-subdued pin-on version and in the color sew-on version worn before insignia was subdued in the 1950s and 1960s. The badge is presented to any NCO who has completed the Drill Sergeant Course at any U.S. Army Drill Sergeant School, and has been assigned as a drill sergeant at a U.S. Army training command. [4] [5] [6]

These badges can be worn on the Army Combat Uniform, as a subdued badge or patch, and the full-color versions on Army service uniforms. The Army Instructor Identification Badges are permanent awards and can be worn on Army uniforms for the remainder of a soldier's career. [5] [10]

The Air Education and Training Instructor Badge is a military badge of the United States Air Force which denotes a service member’s status as an instructor assigned to the Air Education and Training Command . The Air Education and Training Instructor Badge is the Air Force equivalent to the U.S. Army’s Drill Sergeant Identification Badge. [13]

Welcome! If your country is not listed, you may purchase from the U.S. store at U.S. prices plus shipping. Choose Your Country

The International Close Combat Instructors Association (ICCIA) is made up of over 35 military instructors of military armed and unarmed combat.

A military is a force authorized to use lethal or deadly force and weapons to support the interests of the state and some or all of its citizens.

In 2010, Quiltworx.com ventured into a new concept in our company to help answer a growing demand for our teaching, which involved Certifying Instructors for our teaching techniques and patterns. While you do not need to be Certified to teach almost all of our patterns (except the Technique of the Month Program patterns...Glacier Star and Mariner's Compass), the program has been a tremendous success and has helped us reach so many shops and students we never would have been able to get to on our own! The feedback we've received from students in classes and shop owners alike can be summed up by no more than a simple...Thank You.

Often times, we receive letters of appreciation from shops and students regarding our Certified Instructors. It means so much to us that our instructors are doing such an exquisite job teaching, and we felt that all of the letters and emails we receive should be shared. Click here to find these references, and certainly more to come!

Note: We have one Certified Instructor that is shop affiliated and are not listed here. To find teaching schedules and information, click here for:
Kay Crandall

The Drill Sergeant Identification Badge is a military badge of the United States Army which was first issued on January 15, 1958. It is also nicknamed the "pumpkin" patch due to its jack-o'-lantern -like appearance when worn in the non-subdued pin-on version and in the color sew-on version worn before insignia was subdued in the 1950s and 1960s. The badge is presented to any NCO who has completed the Drill Sergeant Course at any U.S. Army Drill Sergeant School, and has been assigned as a drill sergeant at a U.S. Army training command. [4] [5] [6]

These badges can be worn on the Army Combat Uniform, as a subdued badge or patch, and the full-color versions on Army service uniforms. The Army Instructor Identification Badges are permanent awards and can be worn on Army uniforms for the remainder of a soldier's career. [5] [10]

The Air Education and Training Instructor Badge is a military badge of the United States Air Force which denotes a service member’s status as an instructor assigned to the Air Education and Training Command . The Air Education and Training Instructor Badge is the Air Force equivalent to the U.S. Army’s Drill Sergeant Identification Badge. [13]

The British military was plunged into another 'bullying' controversy today as defence sources revealed five Army training instructors had been suspended.

Allegations of physical abuse and harassment were made public after an undercover investigation by the BBC at a training base in Catterick, North Yorkshire.

A military source told the Press Association three officers were suspended before they were made aware of the BBC programme.

Welcome! If your country is not listed, you may purchase from the U.S. store at U.S. prices plus shipping. Choose Your Country

The International Close Combat Instructors Association (ICCIA) is made up of over 35 military instructors of military armed and unarmed combat.

A military is a force authorized to use lethal or deadly force and weapons to support the interests of the state and some or all of its citizens.

Welcome! If your country is not listed, you may purchase from the U.S. store at U.S. prices plus shipping. Choose Your Country

The International Close Combat Instructors Association (ICCIA) is made up of over 35 military instructors of military armed and unarmed combat.

A military is a force authorized to use lethal or deadly force and weapons to support the interests of the state and some or all of its citizens.

In 2010, Quiltworx.com ventured into a new concept in our company to help answer a growing demand for our teaching, which involved Certifying Instructors for our teaching techniques and patterns. While you do not need to be Certified to teach almost all of our patterns (except the Technique of the Month Program patterns...Glacier Star and Mariner's Compass), the program has been a tremendous success and has helped us reach so many shops and students we never would have been able to get to on our own! The feedback we've received from students in classes and shop owners alike can be summed up by no more than a simple...Thank You.

Often times, we receive letters of appreciation from shops and students regarding our Certified Instructors. It means so much to us that our instructors are doing such an exquisite job teaching, and we felt that all of the letters and emails we receive should be shared. Click here to find these references, and certainly more to come!

Note: We have one Certified Instructor that is shop affiliated and are not listed here. To find teaching schedules and information, click here for:
Kay Crandall

Welcome! If your country is not listed, you may purchase from the U.S. store at U.S. prices plus shipping. Choose Your Country

The International Close Combat Instructors Association (ICCIA) is made up of over 35 military instructors of military armed and unarmed combat.

A military is a force authorized to use lethal or deadly force and weapons to support the interests of the state and some or all of its citizens.

In 2010, Quiltworx.com ventured into a new concept in our company to help answer a growing demand for our teaching, which involved Certifying Instructors for our teaching techniques and patterns. While you do not need to be Certified to teach almost all of our patterns (except the Technique of the Month Program patterns...Glacier Star and Mariner's Compass), the program has been a tremendous success and has helped us reach so many shops and students we never would have been able to get to on our own! The feedback we've received from students in classes and shop owners alike can be summed up by no more than a simple...Thank You.

Often times, we receive letters of appreciation from shops and students regarding our Certified Instructors. It means so much to us that our instructors are doing such an exquisite job teaching, and we felt that all of the letters and emails we receive should be shared. Click here to find these references, and certainly more to come!

Note: We have one Certified Instructor that is shop affiliated and are not listed here. To find teaching schedules and information, click here for:
Kay Crandall

The Drill Sergeant Identification Badge is a military badge of the United States Army which was first issued on January 15, 1958. It is also nicknamed the "pumpkin" patch due to its jack-o'-lantern -like appearance when worn in the non-subdued pin-on version and in the color sew-on version worn before insignia was subdued in the 1950s and 1960s. The badge is presented to any NCO who has completed the Drill Sergeant Course at any U.S. Army Drill Sergeant School, and has been assigned as a drill sergeant at a U.S. Army training command. [4] [5] [6]

These badges can be worn on the Army Combat Uniform, as a subdued badge or patch, and the full-color versions on Army service uniforms. The Army Instructor Identification Badges are permanent awards and can be worn on Army uniforms for the remainder of a soldier's career. [5] [10]

The Air Education and Training Instructor Badge is a military badge of the United States Air Force which denotes a service member’s status as an instructor assigned to the Air Education and Training Command . The Air Education and Training Instructor Badge is the Air Force equivalent to the U.S. Army’s Drill Sergeant Identification Badge. [13]

The British military was plunged into another 'bullying' controversy today as defence sources revealed five Army training instructors had been suspended.

Allegations of physical abuse and harassment were made public after an undercover investigation by the BBC at a training base in Catterick, North Yorkshire.

A military source told the Press Association three officers were suspended before they were made aware of the BBC programme.

Being a military school instructor prepares service members from all branches for a successful future military career. As an instructor you will be a role model and an example of what it takes to be a disciplined and professional service member. There are different types of military school instructors, each having their own requirements. One expectation of being a military school instructor is you have current or prior military experience.

Qyou Stoval holds a bachelor's degree in communications/media studies from Clayton State University and a MBA with a concentration in marketing from Ashford University. He has more than 10 years experience writing articles, poetry, novels, and stage and screen plays. His writing career started professionally in 1997. He is also proudly serving the United States Air Force.

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