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Honors and their passage a. Care will be taken, therefore, to prevent the loss, damage, or destruction ofhistorical materials and historical research collections. Oninactivation, disbandment, or receipt of a new certificate, the old certificate will be destroyed. Users should consult AR —20 as the primary reference concerning Army historical collections, museums, 8870-5 of historical artifacts and art. Af participation credit or war service credit that accrues to a color-bearing organization includes— 1 Credit earned by two or more of its guidon-bearing elements before The Army Artist Program a.
Home Explore AR Routine activities should be treated only when necessary to provide background and explanation, setpatterns, and illustrate trends or management techniques. A representative of the agency conducting theinterview preferably the interviewer will accept the DA Form on behalf of the Army and store the documentwith the oral history. Althoughcustomarily prepared by the assigned or attached historian of the reporting command or agency, the Command Reportalso may be done by a designated staff officer within the reporting organization.
Analysis should include the effects of funding upon readiness,realistic training, safety, and so forth, if appropriate.
ArmyCommands, Army Service Component Commands, and Direct Reporting Units will determine the reporting deadlinesfor annual history submissions from their subordinate commands. Historical research collections are not required to be open 8870-5 unofficial researchers on aregular basis. Has the unit established an organizational history program para 6—1b?
The responsibility for the storage, care, and accountability for historical and retired United States flags, distin-guishing flags, streamers, companion-sized U.
Museum ActivityAn appropriated fund entity that does not meet the minimum requisite standards of a certified Army museum, but holdsa historical collection, has a full-time staff, and is open to the public at regular hours. Staff relationshipsAs the advisor to the commander on Army historical programs and activities, the historian will have direct access tothe commander. Military Academy, for an academic year.
The designation of an organization, whether numerical, lettered, or named, will not of itself establish a linealrelationship with a former organization of the same designation. The Chief of Military History may select a civilian or military historianfrom the field commands for a professional development assignment to the Center of Military History for a 1-yearperiod or to the Department of History, U. Disposition of Army historical publicationsArmy organizations inactivated, discontinued, or no longer requiring Center of Military History publications will obtaindisposition instructions from the U.
It should emphasize those events that had a major impact on the policy, organization, and functions of thecommand, agency, or activity covered. These key management controls must be formally evaluated annually.
AR 870-5: Military History: Responsibilities, Policies, and Procedures
The Chief Historian will— 1 Serve as the senior professional historian at the Center of Military History and the principal historical advisor tothe Chief of Military History. Army Regimental System will beheld in custody at the designated regimental headquarters or, if no headquarters has been established, by the lowestnumbered battalion in the continental United States. Historical Projects Review Panel. The Center of Military History will provide disposition instructions to the organization.
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Army Historical Program Report. If desired and appropriate, commands may ra classified material in a separate supplement sothat the unclassified portion of the history may receive wider distribution. Conservation encompasses actions taken thatpreserve or prolongs the life of museum objects. Functions of Army history officesTypical functions of ae history offices include the following: Army history and their curriculumvitae by 1 January each year. Maintain liaison with other Army and government historical offices and historians and historical organizations,including travel to centers of historical activity.
Oral history materials-sound and video recordings, transcribedinterviews, interview notes and memoranda-supplement but do not replace, official written records.
In-progress reviews and other periodic reports. The reconstituted unit must be in the same geographical area as the previousorganization, as provided in paragraph 5—2h above.