This regulation provides command policy and guidance for the standardization and execution of the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps/ National Defense Cadet Corps Program in high schools. Applicability: This regulation applies to Army Cadet Command, USACC Region headquarters, and major overseas commands that have Department of Defense Dependent Schools Junior ROTC battalions within their jurisdictions. Download: 3/r145_2.pdf Size: 1.44 MB
This regulation includes policies for processing and responding to White House communications.
Purpose: This regulation prescribes policies, responsibilities, and procedures for the administrative and logistical support of organizations, teams, and individuals performing security assistance activities in overseas areas.
Purpose: This regulation sets— a. Policies, procedures, and responsibilities for the memorialization of deceased persons who distinguished themselves, and dedication in the name of living persons in accordance with a condition of a gift given to either the United States Military Academy (USMA) or a foundation/association for the benefit of USMA. b. Procedures for erecting memorials in foreign countries to commemorate the services of the U.S. Armed Forces. c. Policies and responsibilities for Read more
Purpose: This regulation prescribes policies, responsibilities, and procedures concerned with the management, utilization and reporting of administrative space located in the National Capital Region (NCR). [drain file 299 show arms]
Purpose: The purpose of the Army Congressional Fellowship Program (ACFP) is to educate and train selected Army officers and civilians in all aspects of congressional activities, emphasizing those matters regarding the Department of Defense (DOD). The program provides an understanding of the dimensions and complexities of congressional responsibilities and their relationship to the total process of government that is of future value to the Army. Historical Copy.
Summary: This regulation prescribes the responsibilities and policies for the planning and conducting of inspections in Army organizations. It includes policies on command, staff, and inspector general inspections; and prescribes policies for the integration of inspections into an organizational inspection program. Historical Copy.
Purpose: This regulation sets forth the responsibilities, policies, and procedures of the Department of the Army (DA) for legislative and congressional activities.
Purpose: This regulation defines Department of the Army policy concerning the composition, mission, requirements, and operation of the Civilian Aides to the Secretary of the Army (CASA) Program. It also outlines the procedures for the selection and appointment of Civilian Aides to the Secretary of the Army.
Purpose and scope: This AR regulates accepting certain types of gifts for distribution to military personnel. It does not supersede or circumvent any restrictions on accepting gifts under other AR’s. It does not apply to gifts per AR 1–100, since those gifts are not for distribution to individuals. Also, it does not apply to gifts to nonappropriated funds.
Purpose: This regulation sets policies and procedures for accepting and administering gifts to the Army that are subject to United States Code. It also gives authorization, direction, and information on accepting certain gifts not covered by that statute, but covered by other authorities.
Summary. The regulation defines responsibilities for managing the Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System (PPBES) and performing its operational tasks. The regulation sets system policy, outlines the organizational framework within which the system operates, and describes the phase-by-phase PPBES process.