Start studying Customs and Courtesies (AR ). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 24 September UNCLASSIFIED. SUMMARY of CHANGE AR –25 Salutes, Honors, and Visits of. AR –25 Salutes, Honors, and Visits of Courtesy This is a change to AR 25, 15 May o o Changes have been made in chapter 6. Major changes.
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The present size and complexity ofthe Army may prevent the exchange of courtesy calls in accordance with traditional concepts; therefore, commandersmay exercise individual discretion as to the extent to which these arm outlined in this regulation are observed ina given situation. Air Force are as prescribed by the individual installationcommander.
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Hold this position until the Colors have pas- sed 6 paces. The flag of the United States is not dipped by way of salute or compliment. All installations and activities of DA in scribed hours reveille to retreat from day of the State, Congressional District, Territory, death until retreat on day of interment.
Flags flown at place of burialSenate, Majority or Minority Leader of the possessions. Cannon salutes to persons. When holidays fall on Saturday, the preceding Friday may be considered a holiday byappropriate authority.
Militarypassengers amy drivers will dismount and render the appropriate courtesy. After the visit described in paragraph a, above has been paid, the commanding officers will exchange visits, thelower in rank paying the first visit. If out- Colors are within round of salute, Stand at attentionsonnel engaged the heart. Secretary, Deputy Ar,y, or former Secretary of Defense.
Military funeralsMilitary funerals will be conducted in accordance with FM 3— The number of guns is based on their protocol rank.
AR 600-25 Salutes Honors and Visits of Courtesy
Upon arrival at the capitol of a U. National flag at half staffSee appendix B.
On departure, the gun salute is fired after he is clear of the side ofthe vessel. If outdoors, execute the handsalute when in uniform, or place the right hand over the heart when in civilian clothes.
Salutes are not required to be rendered by orto personnel who are driving or riding in privately owned vehicles, except by gate guards who will render salutes torecognized officers in all vehicles unless duties are of such a nature as to make the salute impractical.
Police or special forces may be assigned to regulwtion the line of march, and the grand marshal and hisstaff should lead the parade. Precedence of soldiers at parades and reviews a. Ceremony and parade requirements in order of precedencepage 5Table B—1: When holidays fall on Sunday, the succeeding Monday may be considered a holiday byappropriate authority.
This authority will not be delegated further. Pay, allowances, and service credit for Ready Reserve members shall be based on the duty category in which themember is performing regulatiin honors and the preparation for 600-2 honors. During military ceremonies, soldiers will not recite the Pledge of Allegiance. The commander must document the recognition of an individual authorized provider. Other authorized providersinclude Veterans Service Organizations and other appropriate individuals and organizations which support the render-ing of Military Funeral Honors, in accordance with DODD The junior person shall salute first.
Hails and farewells and unit socialfunctions normally satisfy this custom. In reviews in which 2 or more branches are present, units of various branches will be posted at the discretion ofthe commander of troops.
Effective 1 Octoberlocal commanders will establish an ongoing liaison and formal agreements with otherauthorized providers who are willing to participate in providing Military Funeral Honors.
In no event will the same person be honored in more than 1capacity.
Navy and Naval Reserve, respectively. When an organization or unit as such is moved to an installation or facility of any Service of the United States ora friendly nation, a commanding officer of the organization will make and receive the appropriate courtesy arjy onbehalf of his or her command unless other arrangements are made by mutual agreement of the commanders involved.
On regilation day after receipt of notification of death of the President, a former President, or President—elect of theUnited States unless this day falls upon a Sunday or holiday, in which case the honors will be rendered on the dayfollowing the Sunday or holidaythe commanding officers of all Army installations equipped with the necessarypersonnel and materiel will require the following: The number of guns armmy which the official orfunctionary was entitled as a salute will be fired at noon on the day after receipt of the official notification of death unless this day falls on a Sunday or holiday, in which case the honors will be rendered on the day after the Sunday orholidayand again at noon on the day of the funeral see table 2—1.
If indoors, stand at attention, unless reporting to a superior. Table 2—1 lists the military and civilian personnel entitled to honors, together with the number of guns, rufflesand flourishes, and prescribed music for each. VeteranA wrmy who served in the active military, naval, or air Service as defined regulatioon 38 USC 24 and was dischargedor released under conditions other than dishonorable by means of an honorable or under honorable conditions general discharge; or was a ramy or former member of the Selected Reserve as described in 38 USC f.
This publication is a rapid action Guard of the United States, and the U. Civilian personnel being honored and other civilians in the ceremonial ramy stand at attention. Ifonly one side is rigged with a brow or accommodation ladder, as when the ship is moored to a pier, then the forwardsuch access is used by commissioned officers and those who accompany them.
The provisions ofthis paragraph may be modified by agreement with the governor general or governor. Members of regulztion Ready Reserve performing funeral honors in Funeral Honors Duty status may receive servicecredit under 10 USC a 2 E and, if authorized regulahion the Secretary of the Army, the allowance under 37 USC for any day on which the member performs at least 2 hours of such duty.
If this day falls on a Sundayor holiday, the honors will be rendered on the day after the Sunday or holiday. If out- Colors are within round of salute, Stand at attention, re-tire with head- right hand and stand at atten-gear.
All veterans are entitled to a service detail consisting of at least 2 uniformed military members, at least1 of whom will be from the parent service of the veteran. When receiving an officer on board a naval vessel, follow these procedures— 1 An officer paying a boarding visit to a naval vessel is met at the accommodation ladder by the officer of thedeck.
Officials of the DOD and of the other military departments may be expected toconform to this practice.
Reimbursement of expenses for regulatoin providers a. During ceremoniesWhen ceremonies excluding military funerals are being 600-225, moving vehicles will be brought to a halt. Such 600–25 may be furnished by any of the armed services including the U. The Chief of Staff, Army will— 1 Serve as the Department of the Army DA functional proponent for salutes, honors, ceremonies, customs, andvisits of courtesy.
Associate Justice of Supreme Court, a All installations, activities, and vessels of During prescribed hours reveille to retreat member of the Cabinet, a former Vice DA in the District of Columbia and through- from day of death until retreat on day of inter-President, President pro tempore of the out the United States and its territories and ment.
This includes requesting Military FuneralHonors. A funeral escort will be formed and marched as prescribed in FM 3—