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Storage of flags, colors, streamers, and associated items a. A list oftables and a list of illustrations follow the table of contents if more than five of either is included. The title to colors, standards, and guidons of Army organizations remains with the United States in accordancewith SectionTitle 10, U.
The Center of Military History may award annually researchfellowships to Army Command civilian or military historians to cover expenses associated with research on projectsdealing with the history of the U. They will fully outline the modified format that it wishes to adopt and provide a detailedjustification for the change. Display of honors a. During wartime, this cycle may be adjusted as necessary to support deployments.
Coast Guard at the time of the beginning of the fellowship start of the federal fiscal year. Responsibilities, Policies, and ProceduresHistory. The reconstituted unit must be in the same geographical area as the previousorganization, as provided in paragraph 5—2h above. Has the organization submitted the Annual Command History paras 4—5c 1 through 3?
Annual histories not meeting accepted professional standardsor the requirements of this 87-05 will be returned for revision and resubmission within 4 months. Other end-of-tour interviewsHistorians and historical officers should be alert to conducting end-of-tour interviews for principal staff officers withinan organization, senior civilians, and major subordinate commanders and deputies in order to provide a broad historicalperspective of current events and operations.
AR 870-5: Military History: Responsibilities, Policies, and Procedures
He orshe should keep a file during the reporting year on major events and activities and use it as an aid in writing the annualhistory. Create your own flipbook. These projects can be Command-sponsored, cooperative Army Command-Center of Military History efforts, or individual 8770-5 projects. Museum Certification ProgramThe Army Museum Certification Program is designed to ensure that all Army museums meet and maintain theminimum requisite standards of the profession and Army regulations.
InstructionsAnswers must be based on the actual testing of key management controls for example, documents analysis, directobservations, sampling, simulation, other. Under no circumstances will historical artifacts be used consumptively.
Examples of source documents are— a.
The Army Artist Program a. Army Reserve organizations down through brigade level will complete an annual history whether in or outof Federal service.
Such objects also may not have been sodesignated but, because of their age or obvious historical significance, are inherently historical artifacts. Army Command and General Staff College.
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Description and explanation of major organizational, mission, and function changes. The first visit is to provide orientation to CMH and its resources. Requests for support should be directed to the U.
Army historical research collections preserve a portion of the material culture of the United States in accordancewith Federal law.
The Chief of Military History is the proponent for Army historical doctrinal and training publications. The Chief of Military History will coordinate a comprehensive oralhistory program to ensure that wartime and operational interviews are conducted in a timely manner.
Giving equal coverage to both major and minor matters dilutes the importanceof the major ones. The Command Report provides a timely, thorough, and accurate record of significant combat andcontingency operations. Each organization should observe its Unit Day as a training holiday and commemorate its history in ceremoniesthat stress unit lineage, honors, heritage, and traditions, as well as personal accomplishments of former and current unitmembers.
Visiting professors and scholarsTo stimulate research and writing in military history, both in the Army and the academic community at large, theCenter of Military History sponsors a series of programs for visiting professors and scholars within available resources.
AR 870-5 Military History Responsibilities, Policies, and Procedures
Commanders of color-bearing organizations will include 780-5 concerning their organic elements intheir organizational history files.
Care will be taken, therefore, to prevent the loss, 87-5, or destruction ofhistorical materials and historical research collections. Army Center ofMilitary History, Attn: The Center of Military History will— 1 Determine and publish the lineage and honors of active MTOE organizations authorized an organizational color,distinguishing flag, or guidon except organic elements of color-bearing organizations. Army oral history programs a.
Analysis should include the effects of funding upon readiness,realistic training, safety, and so forth, if appropriate.
The af for establishing and continuing the groupponent may delegate this approval author- Supplementation. Army organizations have available to them a variety of official historical publications that may be useful inthe preparation of a unit history, including volumes, monographs, and reports on general Army history and on specificperiods, areas, and subjects. Users should consult AR —20 as the primary reference concerning Army historical collections, museums, andaccountability of historical artifacts and art.
Unit historians will complete the course prior to deployment in order to be adequately trained.
In instances where there are insufficient numbers of MHDs, thedetachments may be pooled at various levels of command and allocated to ensure comprehensive historical coverage ofcurrent operations. A copy of each CAAI should be provided to the appropriate branchhistorian. Organizational Historical PropertyHistorical property of unique significance to and belonging to a particular Army organization.
Publications of the U. Command Report Sample Formatpage 24D. To ensure this direct access, the historian will serve either on the personal or special staff of thecommander or at the principal staff level of a command, agency, or activity. Respond to historical inquiries qr the command, other Army and Defense Department units and organizations,veteran organizations, and the general public. End-of-tour EOT interviews should incorporate as appropriate but notlimited to, the core questions found in the U.