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The individual in charge will dismount and salute.

Army traditions are the things that everyone in the Army does, everywhere. For example, the placement of the two flags shown on the seal, the organizational and the national flags are reversed in violation of heraldic custom.

AR 600-235 Assignment and Accountability of Army Personnel Appointed to Service Academies

When you hear the command “At ease” in a dining facility, remain seated, silent and continue eating unless directed otherwise. Young men and women are sometimes taught to say sir to their fathers ra ma’am to their mothers and likewise to other 600-23. These honors are a source of unit pride and whenever soldiers gather to compare the unit decorations on their uniforms there is an inherent competition between them. A good rule of thumb is this: In war they keep him fighting at the front.

The customs, courtesies, and traditions of our Army provide a connection with soldiers throughout the history of the Nation. US Army units, like soldiers, have an individual service record. When you are passing or being passed by colors that are being presented, paraded, or displayed, salute when the colors are six paces from you. af

An interesting thing about traditions is that many of our Army traditions started out as something quite different from what they are now. When pledging allegiance to the US flag outdoors. Some other simple but visible signs of respect and self-discipline are as follows: Where other participants are primarily civilians or in civilian attire, soldiers in uniform indoors may recite the pledge if they desire. They are not outright gifts. It draws strength from the past and offers some of that strength to you through symbols.


In any case not covered by specific instructions, render the salute. Give the proper salute and say, for example, 600-325, Private Smith reports.

Simple courtesy is an important indicator of a person’s bearing, discipline, and manners. Courtesy among members of the Armed Forces is vital to maintain discipline. Their inclusion in the seal reflects the powers and duties of the revolutionary era Board of War for the procurement and handling of artillery, arms, ammunition, and other war-like stores belonging to the United States.

This was discontinued in when units were authorized to place 60-0235 bands, engraved with the names of battles, around the staffs of their organizational colors. When talking to an officer of superior rank, stand at attention until ordered otherwise. In general, flags incorporate design elements that are identical to or relate to the insignia worn by the members of the organization.

It is often considered good manners for a younger person to say sir or ma’am when speaking to an older person. To uncased National Color outdoors. With every note of Reveille or Retreat we call to mind our common bond with soldiers of the Continental Army and the sacrifices soldiers have made ever since.

In the case of NCOs and soldiers, we address them by their rank because they’ve earned that rank. In the evening “Retreat” is played prior to “To the Colors.


The present policies stem from ideas and practices dating back to the Revolutionary War. Above the sword is a rattlesnake holding in its mouth a scroll inscribed “This We’ll Defend.

That sound means soldiers are ready and willing to accomplish the mission at hand. Units simply embroidered on their colors the names of the battles in which they fought, but units often disagreed about what differentiated a “skirmish” from a “battle” or a “campaign.

That National Color of the Army was carried until when it became the regimental color. For those who say, “What does it matter” there is no response since for those outside the military unit numbers mean little and their history is unimportant-one organization is much the same as any other.

FM Chapter 4, Customs, Courtesies, and Traditions

Tradition is a customary pattern of thought, action, or behavior help by an identifiable group of people. Standing at parade rest at what junior enlisted soldiers do when speaking with or being addressed by an NCO. Above the breastplate rises a sword upon which rests a Phrygian cap. The Army, despite vigorous reorganization in the s and s, carried on the lineage and honors in units that exist still today.

The pike is of the type carried by subordinate officers of infantry. In the years following the war, the pieces were finally recovered and sewed together again to form the flag, which is still in existence. Your fingers are together, straight, and your thumb snug along the hand in line with the fingers. FMThe Soldier’s Guide ,