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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Local commanders may use their authority to determine appropriateness of requestsfor support from authorized providers. On Memorial Day, the national flag will be displayed at half staff from reveille until noon at allArmy installations. Vice President, the Chief Justice or a re- All installations, activities, and vessels of 10 days from day of death during prescribedtired Chief Justice of the United States, or the Department of the Army in the Atmy hours reveille to retreat the Speaker of the House of Representa- of Columbia and throughout the Unitedtives States and its territories and possessions.

The provisions ofthis paragraph may be modified by agreement with the governor general or governor. The normal method of fixing this precedence is as follows: On the day of regukation 1 A 21—gun salute will be 60-25 commencing at noon at all military installations equipped with the necessarypersonnel and the materiel.

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If a naval vessel or vessel carrying soldiers carries on board an Army officer of higher rank than the installationcommander, the latter will pay a visit of courtesy to the Army officer aboard the naval vessel after the initial visitprescribed above. The trained provider will be recognized with documentation that may take the form of a certificate or otherappropriate record. Use of Ready ReserveMembers of the Ready Reserve may volunteer to perform funeral honors or the preparation for such honors as a federalfunction.

Secretary, Deputy Secretary, or former Secretary of Defense. A bugler is preferred, eithermilitary or civilian.

Members of the Army National Guard may not be ordered to perform funeral honors in any duty status withoutthe consent of the Governor of the state or territory or the commanding general of the National Guard of the District ofColumbia or other appropriate regulayion of the state, territory, or District of Columbia.


See appendix C of this regulation and FM 3— If out- Colors are within round of salute, Stand at attentionsonnel engaged the heart. Create your own flipbook. Upon arrival at the capitol of a U.

Execute orders at the command of offi- cer or NCO in charge. 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.

Should inactivation eliminate any of these commands, the authority will pass down to the nextlevel of command. Commanders will ensure the military funerals are provided to all eligible former soldiers, when requested.

Similar visits will be made whenever a governor general or governor takes office. Flags flown at place of burial will be sentative, Delegate or Commissioner, re- hoisted to the top after the last salvo or volley spectively is fired over the grave. Ceremony and parade requirements in order of precedencepage 5Table B—1: Memorial DaySee paragraph 1—10 for information on flying the flag on Memorial Day.

This practice of firing 3 regulatioj in the old custom of halting the fighting to remove the rgulation from the battlefield.

Srmy flag will be lowered to ensure completion at the last note of themusic. Courtesy visits other than those made by departing officers should be returned in person within 10 days except inthe following instances: Officials of the DOD and of the other military departments may be expected toconform to this practice.

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Air Force are as prescribed by the individual installationcommander. As a special compliment, a small escort of honor composed of U.

Remains of flag officer or general officer brought ashore a. Reimbursement of expenses for authorized providers a.

Personnel on security duty will not render honors. Hold this music or last view, face direc- music has been position until the round of salute tion of gegulation. Courtesy visits are not required arjy connection with short absences on leave or temporary duty away from a homestation.


The proponent may delegate this approvalApplicability. Medal of Honor recipients will receive full military honors regardless regulatioj. 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. Bugler support may be contracted or voluntary.

The portions affected by this Army Reserve. The flag of the United States is not dipped by way of salute or compliment. The message announcing the death regulafion a general officer in active service will specify the installation or installa-tions at which a cannon salute will be fired. On the 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: In such cases, theceremonies prescribed in paragraph 3—1 regulaation raising and lowering the flag of the United States will be conductedsimultaneously with those of the ship on which the celebration occurs.

If the ship being visited is moored to a pier in such a position that it is not practicable to render regluation gun saluteprior to arrival on board, the salute is rendered, provided local regulations do not forbid gun salutes, after the visitingofficer has been piped over the side of the vessel. Chapter 6Deaths and Funerals6—1. The providerwill be considered a Government employee for the purposes of liability and workers compensation when augmenting asArmed Forces Military Funeral Honors detail in accordance with 10 USC The Secretary of the Army has approval authority for all requests not covered in appendix B.

Uniformed personnel will notsalute. During military ceremonies, soldiers will not recite the Pledge of Allegiance. Participation by the Reserve components is encouraged.