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FM Chapter 4, Customs, Courtesies, and Traditions

When turning over control of formations. Violations of other Army customs, however, will bring official censure or disciplinary sr. A custom is an established practice.

The green berets of the Army’s Special Forces. These are the campaigns the Army has been a part of: When speaking to or being addressed a noncommissioned officer of superior rank, stand at parade rest until ordered otherwise. Red, white, and blue are the colors, of course, of the national flag. At 6600-235 functions where the Pledge of Allegiance is recited, a soldier in uniform silently stands at attention facing the flag and renders the hand salute if outdoors.

When pledging allegiance to the US flag outdoors. All soldiers in uniform 6000-235 required to salute when they meet and recognize persons entitled by grade to a salute except when it is inappropriate or impractical in public conveyances such as planes and buses, 6600-235 public places such as inside theaters, or when driving a vehicle.

An interesting thing about traditions is that many of our Army traditions started out as something quite different from what they are now.

Courteous behavior provides a basis for developing good human relations. The customs of the Army are its common law. Unit traditions are the unique things that you do in your unit that other units may or may not do.


Courtesy among members of the Armed Forces is vital to maintain discipline. If you are armed, however, do not remove your headgear. Above the sword is a rattlesnake holding in its mouth a scroll inscribed “This We’ll Defend. During the sounding of honors. Many units extend this courtesy to senior NCOs, also. Modern armies now carry colors only in ceremonies. A reflection of that pride is visible in the customs, courtesies, and traditions the Army holds. The streamers attached to the Army flag staff denote campaigns fought by the Army throughout our Nation’s history.

It is a privileged gesture of respect and trust among soldiers. Company-size units carry guidons small flags in the colors of their branches.

See the Army seal in figure below. This practice gradually became a way of showing respect 600-235, in early American history, sometimes involved removing the hat. The concept of campaign streamers came to prominence in the Civil War when Army organizations embroidered the names of battles on their organizational colors.

On the right side rises a arr with fixed bayonet flanked by the National Color. Male soldiers should remove headgear with their right hand and hold it over the left shoulder so that the right hand is over the heart.

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

Standing at parade rest is what junior enlisted soldiers do when speaking with or being addressed by an NCO. The sound of the bugle made it possible to convey commands over a great distance and could usually be heard above the roar of battle. 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. That National Color of the Army was carried until when it became the regimental color.


There 6600-235 stable calls, water calls, drill calls, sick calls, and church calls on Sunday. Remember the salute is not only prescribed by regulation but is also recognition of each other’s commitment, abilities, and professionalism.

Traditions are expressed in the things we do, the uniform we wear, and the things we say. A proud, smart salute shows pride in yourself and your unit and that you are confident in your abilities as a soldier. Our military traditions are really the “Army Way” of doing and thinking. These honors also apply to the national anthems of foreign countries during ceremonies or parades.

The older an organization, the more soldiers, both active and retired, have had the opportunity of serving in and identifying with it and the more opportunities the organization has had to win battle honors.

A soldier addressing a higher ranking officer uses the word sir or ma’am in the same manner as a polite civilian speaking with a person to whom he wishes to show respect. Army traditions are the things that everyone in the Army does, everywhere. Installations will display the flag daily from reveille to retreat.

The most important thing to remember in any discussion about the “privileges of rank” is that with them come profound responsibilities.