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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The national salute and the salute to a national flag areeach 21 guns. The Secretary of the Army has approval authority for all requests not covered in appendix B. Funeral of civil functionary a. When riding in buses and trucks, only thesenior occupant will dismount and render appropriate courtesy.

Stand at at- direction of music. This regulation applies to authority, in writing, to a division chief Suggested improvements.

National flag at half staffSee appendix B. When honors are to be rendered a person junior tothe installation commander, the latter may detail another officer to meet and escort the visiting person. This publication is a rapid action Guard of the United States, and the U.

Major commanders will notify Office of the Chief of Regulahion, Army, Director, ArmyProtocol, Army Pentagon, Washington, DC —, if any designated station is inactivated or placed undercaretaker status, rendering it incapable of returning salutes, or if any additional stations are manned and able to returnsalutes.

Proponent and exception authority. Similar visits will be made whenever a governor general or governor takes office. On the day of interment— 1 A 21—gun salute will be fired commencing at noon at all military installations equipped with the necessarypersonnel and the materiel. This rule is subject to change becauseof particular circumstances at the discretion of the commanding officer of the ship.

Salutes are not required to be rendered or returned when the senior or subordinate, or both are— 1 In civilian attire. Reglation the death of any other person who was entitled to a cannon salute, with the exception of those personsspecifically provided for in paragraphs 6—3, 6—4, and a, above, and whenever it is desired to render honors other thanthose prescribed, the message announcing the death will so specify.


Flag will be hoisted to theStates Regulatiin Academy or enlisted per- place. This visit shouldbe regulatikn within 24 hours, circumstances permitting, if the installation commander is a colonel or a general. Pay, allowances, travel, and transportation expense reimbursements, when appropriate, will be paid from appro-priated funds and paid in accordance with the applicable chapters of 37 600–25.

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If out- face the ceremo- Indoors: Similarly, should the installation commander be of higher rank than the Army officer aboard ship,the latter will pay the first visit.

See appendix C of this regulation and FM 3— Bugler support may be contracted or voluntary.

When the death or funeral service occurselsewhere, the composition and commander of the escort will be the same as that for a lieutenant. Hold this heart; if indoors, position until the been played if position until the stand at atten- last note of flag is not in last note of tion. It is customary to salute officers of friendly foreign nations when recognized as such. Other officials, former officials, or foreign To be displayed in accordance with orders As directed by or at the direction of the Presi-dignitaries or instructions as may be issued by or at dent the direction of the President, or in accord- ance with recognized customs or practices not inconsistent with law.

Army flag is an organizational color and as such is also dipped under the situations stated in paragraph1—6a. The composition 60-25 commander of the funeral escort for a cadet armu the United States Military Academy will beas prescribed by the superintendent of the United State Military Academy.


Day, the third Monday in January. Hold doors, stand at lute.

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. Such soldiers may be furnished by any of the armed services including the U.

AR 600-25 Salutes Honors and Visits of Courtesy

Between officers on shore a. The anthems of the United States and other countries will not be incorporated into any musical arrangement,composition, or medley and will be played through without repetition of any part except as required to make bothwords and music complete. Commanders are encouraged to use subcaliber ammunition devices where possible when firingsalutes for reveille and retreat. Coast Guardand general officers generals of the U.

Gun salutes are also rendered toother military and civilian leaders of this and other nations. When an organization or unit as such is moved to an installation or facility of any Service of the United States ora friendly nation, a commanding officer of the organization will make and receive the appropriate courtesy visits onbehalf of his or her command unless other arrangements are made by mutual agreement of the commanders involved.

This publication is availa- will be endorsed by the commander or ble in electronic media only and is in- senior leader of the requesting activity tended for command levels A for Active and forwarded through their higher head- Army and D for the Army National Guard quarters to the policy proponent.

Military personnel under arms will render the salute prescribed for the weapon with which they are armed,whether or not that weapon ordinarily is prescribed as part of their equipment. End salute End salute on at attention until this position until attention.