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The implements of warfare, cannon, cannon balls, mortar, powder flasks, pike, and rifle, are all of the type used in the Revolutionary War.
Military courtesy means good manners and politeness in dealing with other people.
At reveille and retreat ceremonies, during the raising or lowering of the flag. If no foreign national flags are present, the flag of the United States may be placed at the center of arr line providing it is displayed at a higher level.
The historic War Office seal, somewhat modified from its original, is the design feature that gives to the Army flag its greatest distinction. When pledging allegiance to the US flag outdoors. It is a fact that most people respond positively to genuine politeness and courtesy. Indoors, unless reporting to an officer or when on duty as a guard.
They are not outright gifts. In saluting, turn your head and eyes toward the person or flag you are saluting.
When used singularly, the term “Color” implies the National Color. Male soldiers should remove headgear with their right hand and hold it over the left shoulder so that the right hand is over the heart.
FM Chapter 4, Customs, Courtesies, and Traditions
Victories in the old days were sometimes expressed in terms of the number of enemy colors captured. As they turned the corner and approached the building, PFC Robertson walked out carrying a large box. Never go “over the heads” of superiors-don’t jump the chain of command. Many units extend this courtesy to senior NCOs, also. The Army flag reflects our history and touches the lives of generations of Americans.
Some of the rules for displaying the flag are as follows: Also, leaders of the colonists were familiar with military traditions and particularly those of England and France. The streamers attached to the Army flag staff denote campaigns fought by the Army throughout our Nation’s history.
Drums also served various military purposes in the eighteenth century, such as the regulation of firing in battle by the drummer’s beat. Unit traditions are the unique things that you do in your unit that other units may or may not do. Many of the words we use in the Army are unique and have been added to our vocabulary from different parts of the world and at different times in history. Outdoors includes theater marquees, shelters over gas station pumps, covered walkways, and other similar shelters that are open on the sides.
The Army did not originally have a 600-35 for tracing unit history and 60-235. To uncased National Color outdoors. This was discontinued in when units were authorized to place silver bands, engraved 060-235 the names of battles, around the staffs of their organizational colors.
This practice gradually became a way of showing respect and, in early American history, sometimes involved removing the hat. Your hand, wrist, and forearm are straight, forming a straight line from your elbow to your fingertips. When I walk up to a soldier he should go to parade rest. Speak with your own voice. When the flag is being raised in the morning, you should stand at attention on the first note of “Reveille” and salute.
The salute is an expression that recognizes each other as a member of the profession of arms; that they have made a personal 600-2355 of self-sacrifice to preserve our 600-253 of life.
Army traditions are the things that everyone in the Army does, everywhere. The English, French, Dutch, Spanish, and others brought to North America their flags, military uniforms, and other official symbolism.
AR 600-235 Assignment and Accountability of Army Personnel Appointed to Service Academies
Military history has demonstrated that units with high esprit, a sense of tradition and pride in past achievements, perform well in combat. The individual in charge will dismount and salute.
It has a white field with the War Office seal in blue in its center. Below the cannon are three cannon balls and to the right is a mortar on a trunnion with two powder flasks below. Airborne units’ maroon beret.