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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Bugler support may be contracted or voluntary. When riding in buses and trucks, only thesenior occupant will dismount and render appropriate courtesy.

No ac- tion is required. Create your own flipbook. Service aggravationRefers to a medical condition that existed prior to service and which worsened or was aggravated as a result of militaryservice more than it would have been worsened or aggravated in the absence of military service.

The command or activity responsible for providingMilitary Funeral Honors will srmy there is an active search for a bugler.

When an organization or unit as such is moved from an installation or facility of any Service of the United Statesor of a friendly nation, the commanding officer of the departing unit, if he or she is of equal or lesser rank than theinstallation commander, will make the appropriate courtesy visit in behalf of his or her command unless otherarrangements are made by mutual agreement between the commanders involved.

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 District hours reveille to retreat the Speaker of the House of Representa- of Columbia and throughout the Unitedtives States and its territories and possessions. On departure, the gun salute is fired after he is clear of the side ofthe vessel.

Table 2—1Ceremony and parade requirements in order of precedence Grade, title, or office Number of guns: Participation of foreign soldiers in parades a.

Standard business sizedcards may be used if desired. Personnel will not salute.

Gun salutes are also rendered toother military and civilian leaders of this and other nations. Subject to a and b above, local commanders determine the availability of their resources as theypertain to Military Funeral Honors support, the composition of the burial honor details, and xrmy restrictions regulagion tomilitary honors.

Further, they may provide honor guardequipment and access to military clothing sales stores for appropriate uniforms, decorations, and insignia in accordancewith legislative and DOD policy. General officersare invited to inspect the guard after completion of the gun salute or such other honors as may be rendered.

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There should be no directives or requirements for individuals to purchase visiting cards. Ifsonnel inactive or retired.

This salute will be fired rgulation 5 secondintervals immediately following lowering of the flag.

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Military Funeral Honors for retirees is the same as foractive duty soldiers resources permitting. This publication is a rapid action Guard of the United States, and the U. The funeral will be under thesupervision of the installation commander or regulagion representative. Death notice for the President, a former President, or President—elect a.

Guns will be fired at 1 minute intervals. They will participate atthis ceremony and will present the flag to the family or other appropriate individual.

When in headgearMilitary personnel will follow guidelines for wearing headgear in accordance with AR —1, paragraph 1—10i. Medal of Honor recipients will receive full military honors regardless ofstatus. All other foreign military persons will receive the honors due their actual rank or itsU.

Military funeral support of any kind may be withheld from an individual otherwise entitled to receive suchsupport who has been convicted of a serious offense. Salutes will be exchanged between officers commissioned and warrant and enlisted personnel, and with personnel ofthe Armed Forces of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guardthe commissioned corpsof the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the commissioned corps of the Public Health Serviceentitled to the salute.

In the case of the funeral at or near a military installation of a civil functionary who was entitled to a cannonsalute, the flag will be displayed at half staff and a 1 minute gun salute will be fired at noon on the day of the funeral.

The military installation directed to do so in the DA message, will fire a gun salute at 1 minute intervals equalto the number of rounds to which the officer was entitled table 2—1 at noon on the day of the funeral. WhenIndependence Day occurs on a Sunday, commanders may authorize the special ceremonies or salutes take place on thatday or the following day.

United States Senator, Representative, All installations and activities of DA in the Day of death and the following day during pre-Territorial Delegate, or the Resident Com-missioner from the Commonwealth of metropolitan area of the District of Colum- scribed hours reveille to retreat. The number of fegulation will be that to which the officer was entitled as a salute table 2—1.

In the interest of economy and efficiency, ceremonies such as parades, guard mounts, motorcades, and otheractivities involving large numbers of personnel and equipment will be held to an absolute minimum when officialsentitled to such honors visit military installations on field trips.

Secretary of the Army or former Secretary of the Army. After the visit described in paragraph a, above has been paid, the commanding officers will exchange visits, thelower in rank paying the first visit. Ready Reserve members performing funeral honors shall be entitled to medical benefits authorized for the dutystatus in which such honors are performed. Army management control process.

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End salute End salute on at attention until this position until attention. When within 6 paces of the Colors, turn head in direction of Colors, re- move headgear with right hand and hold over left shoulder with right hand over heart and render hand salute. If out- face the ceremo- with right hand withtired in a sports the last note ofuniform without music has been Remain at atten- stand at attention doors, stand at nial party and right hand over heart.

All Army personnel in uniform are required to salute when they meet and recognize persons entitled to the salute. Such duty shall be with the consent of the member and may be in a paid or rsgulation status. Courtesies to the national flag and the national anthem of the United States a. The commander shall make continuous trainingavailable to authorized providers according to FM 3— A uniformed Army officer or NCOwill always be in charge of the detail and act as the Army representative.

AR 600-25 Salutes Honors and Visits of Courtesy

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. Service RepresentativeUniformed member of the parent Service of the eligible beneficiary who leads the honors detail and presents the flag tothe next of kin. See app C for courtesies to be rendered by individuals. Upon receipt of notificationThe flag will be lowered to half staff upon receipt of notification of death of one of the designated officials from anyreliable source, including news media.

It is customary to salute officers of friendly foreign nations when recognized as such. 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. Coast Guardand general officers generals of the U.

Salutes involving foreign vesselsCommanders of saluting stations or other military installations will, as directed by DA acting upon the request of theDepartment of State, participate with vessels of war of foreign nations at peace with the United States, lying in U.