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TC 3-21.5 Drill and Ceremonies – Supersedes FM 3-21.5 Drill and Ceremonies

This training circular provides guidance for Armywide uniformity in the conduct of drill and ceremonies. It includes methods of instructing drill, teaching techniques, individual and unit drill, manual of arms for infantry weapons, and various other aspects of basic drill instruction.It is designed for use by Soldiers of all military occupational skills, to include the new Soldier in the initial entry training environment. NOTES: TC 3-21.5 supersedes FM 3-21.5 : FM 3-21.5 was formally FM 22-5 [drain Read more

Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Study Guide

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This is a Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Study Guide. It can be used to study the information you need to know to prepare to go in front of the SAMC Board.  It has sections covering the Motto, History of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Biography of Audie Murphy, Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Logo and Lineage, Crest, Citation For Medal of Honor Recipient Audie L. Murphy, Audie Murphy’s Movie Titles, Songs Written By Audie Murphy, Audie Murphy’s Military Award List, Board Advice, Sample Sergeant Audie Read more

TC 12-45 The Marching Band

This TC discusses the formation and alignment of Army bands and the marching band formations used by Army bands. It prescribes marching standards for Soldiers with or without weapons. It adapts selected movements of TC 3-21.5 to permit practical use of musical instruments in military formations. These adaptations conform to the best or most common ceremonial practices found in U.S. Army bands and in the Army ceremonial units that support the Military District of Washington. They are to be used only Read more

FM 3-21.5 Drill and Ceremonies (Formally FM 22-5) – Historical Copy superseded by TC 3-21.5 Drill and Ceremonies

This field manual provides guidance for Armywide uniformity in the conduct of drill and ceremonies. It includes methods of instructing drill, teaching techniques, individual and unit drill, manual of arms for infantry weapons, and various other aspects of basic drill instruction. It is designed for use by soldiers of all military occupational skills, to include the new soldier in the initial entry training environment. NOTES: FM 3-21.5 was formally FM 22-5 :  FM 3-21.5 was superseded by TC 3-21.5 Download Read more

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