UDT Drill Instructor - Under Drill Instructor

UDT stands for Underwater Demolition Teams, which were special units of the United States Navy during World War II and the Korean War. A Drill Instructor in UDT would have been a military trainer responsible for teaching new recruits the skills.

 What is UDT in Korean army?

In the Korean military, UDT stands for the Republic of Korea Navy Special Warfare Flotilla, which is also referred to as the underwater demolition team or ROKN UDT/SEAL team. It is Known as an elite special-purpose force.


What is Role of UDT Drill Instructor?

A UDT (Underwater Demolition Team) Drill Instructor's role is to train, mentor, and lead UDT recruits in physical and mental preparation for combat missions. They are responsible for teaching the recruits various skills such as swimming, diving, weapons training, demolition, and survival tactics. They also oversee their physical and mental development, pushing them to their limits to ensure they are prepared for the demands of UDT missions. The Drill Instructor also acts as a leader and mentor, helping to build team morale and motivate recruits to give their best effort. Overall, the UDT Drill Instructor plays a critical role in ensuring the success and readiness of UDT recruits.


  • Planning and conducting physical and mental training for candidates.
  • Monitoring and assessing trainee progress.
  • Providing guidance and motivation to trainees.
  • Ensuring safety of trainees during training exercises.