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The strategic plan charts the general direction of the historical program within the Armyand provides the basis for the actions outlined in the Annual AHP Report. Typical chapter titlesinclude the following: Appropriated funds may not be used to publish unit histories for personaluse.
Coast Guard at the time of the beginning of the fellowship start of the federal fiscal year. A guidon-bearing element of a non-CARS or 780-5 regiment color-bearing organization will display only thehonors awarded to it that are not displayed by the color-bearing organization of which it is an element.
AR 870-5: Military History: Responsibilities, Policies, and Procedures
Army xr, historical artifacts, and art a. Establish and maintain historical research collections. The Director, Collections Management Directorate will exerciseoversight for the acquisition and conservation of all material holdings of the AHEC; administer the Current OperationsCollection Project, which acquires dimensional and record material relating to ongoing operations in the field.
It is not intended to cover all controls. Chapter 6Organizational History 87-5. A Military History Team-A MHT—A customarily is comprised of twosenior noncommissioned officers who would augment a historical staff within a headquarters.
Army War College interviewer, under MHI supervision, must coordinate division interviews through the office of the appropriate corps com-mand historian. This may include the war diary, operations orders, briefings, memorandums, letters, overlays, staffduty journals, organization charts, and personnel rosters.
Review and evaluate annual histories and historical work of historical offices in subordinate commands. The Command Report provides a timely, thorough, and accurate record of significant combat andcontingency operations.
Oral history coverage of military operations. Limited distribution will be used when material needing added securitysafeguards is included. Army unit decorations may be available on request from the Military AwardsBranch, U. Dean of Academic Affairs, U.
AR 870-5 Military History Responsibilities, Policies, and Procedures
The AHEC staff, with theassistance of new technologies, makes its substantial bibliographic and reference resources available to public andprivate researchers and supports military history education throughout the Army. Home Explore AR Access open, restricted, closed. Once a special designation has been approved for anorganization, no other organization may be authorized use of the same designation unless it submits valid evidence ofhaving used that special designation continuously for the last 30 years or more.
Inactivation, re-designation, reorganization, consolidation, or conversion of a unit will not break its chain ofhistorical continuity. Annual histories will include covers heavier than standard bond paper and be bound along the left marginor otherwise fastened to allow the pages to be turned easily.
Modification Table of Organization and Equipment MTOE A document that prescribes the modification of a basic table of organization and equipment TOE necessary to adapt itto the needs of a specific unit or type of unit. The executive agent for the End-of-Tour Interview Programis the Chief of Military History, who determines specific interview responsibilities and requirements for the program.
Theseremarks should summarize significant developments, events, activities, 8770-5, and trends in the command duringthe previous year.
They will fully outline the modified format that it wishes to adopt and provide a detailedjustification for the change. Commands and organizations wishing toutilize representations of historical materiel in a parade, living history demonstration, or other comparable activity mustuse reproduction items.
These efforts will be based on current doctrineand requirements and will be progressive and sequential. Preservation or preventive conservation typically prevents further deterioration by stabilizingthe environment and controlling the causes of deterioration to discourage damage or destruction of objects. The state or territory must request this action at the time the unit is being organized,showing its clear intent to perpetuate the former organization, thus creating an official link between the disbanded unitand the reconstituted organization.
Organizational alignment will be in accordance with Field Manual FM —22, chapter 2,where applicable.
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The followingorganizations prepare the Annual Command History: The director is theaccountable custodian for the artifacts and supervises one or more other staff members of lesser grade.
An organization is entitled to the honors of any organization it has incorporated through consolidation. Specifically, the annual history will include— a. The report consists of historical information, brief analysis, and insights into specificoperations. Foreign decorations earned by guidon-bearing elements of an organization do not accrue to the color-bearingorganization. Army organizations will display honors as directed in AR —8—22, paragraph 7— Army Historical Program Report.
Command Report Sample Formatpage 24D. In combat and contingency operations, the Chief of Military History may initiate reportingprocedures in coordination with the major headquarters involved. Candidates will apply throughtheir commands and submit a proposal for a research and writing project in U. The detachment will be 870–5 for all support arrangements involving deployments.
Table of Distribution and Allowances TDA A document that prescribes the organizational structure and the personnel and equipment authorization and require-ments of af military unit to perform a specific mission for which there is no appropriate TOE. These publications range from large,extensively documented volumes of history categorized by major series, to monographs, specialized studies, commem-orative publications, and collections of art, maps, or documents.
Annual histories from previous years. Access to Army records and historical research collections by official researchers will 807-5 in accordance with AR25—55 and AR —5. The Unit Day program may also feature such activities as parades, concerts, sports, and other competitiveevents. Theoffice executes two primary programmatic functions. In-progress reviews and other periodic reports. Official historians 8870-5 MHDs remain responsible for editing their interview transcriptsand obtaining access agreements from the persons they interview.