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A at of this form is located at the back of this regulation. Commanders of MTOE organizations authorized an organizational color, distinguishing flag, or guidon exceptorganic elements of color-bearing organizations will establish and maintain an organizational history program.
A guideentitled Organizational History is available on request from the U. Theseactivities are training, for which training funds should be used. The Center of Military History will— 1 Determine and publish the lineage and honors of active MTOE organizations authorized an organizational color,distinguishing flag, or guidon except organic elements of color-bearing organizations.
Center for Army Ra Learned. Combat Arms Regimental System CARS The concept under which combat arms infantry, artillery, armor, and cavalry, except armored cavalry regiments wereorganized between and their reorganization under the U. Annual histories not meeting these guidelines will be returned for revision and resubmission within4 months.
Access by unofficial researchers will be in accordance with AR 25——2, in addition to theaforementioned regulations. A former Army National Guard organization that has had its Federal recognition withdrawn may be reconstitutedby the Secretary of the Army. Military History Coordinating Committee.
Army Center ofMilitary History, Attn: To provide such coverage they will perform the following functions: Responsibilities, Policies, and ProceduresHistory. Commanders at the next higher echelon areresponsible for ensuring compliance. Army Historical Program Report. 780-5
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The Visiting Professor Program. Inactivation, re-designation, reorganization, consolidation, or conversion of a unit will not break its chain ofhistorical continuity. The Center of Military History may award annually researchfellowships to Army Command civilian or military historians to cover expenses associated with research on projectsdealing with the history of the U.
If a command historian is not present, a responsible individual will beappointed, in writing, by the commander as custodian of the historical research collection s. Official historians and MHDs remain responsible for editing their interview transcriptsand obtaining access agreements from the persons they interview. References to distribution in thischapter relate specifically to stock items such as printed materials and CD—ROMs.
Oral history materials-sound and video recordings, transcribedinterviews, interview notes and memoranda-supplement but do not replace, official written records. The mission of the AHP is to preserve, critically interpret, disseminate, and teachmilitary history; provide historical advice; and stimulate historical mindedness within the Army and throughout thenation.
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.
Care will be taken, therefore, to prevent the loss, damage, or destruction ofhistorical materials 8705 historical research collections. Research and writing will be conducted as follows: Army museums, historical artifacts, and art a.
AR 870-5: Military History: Responsibilities, Policies, and Procedures
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.
It is not intended to cover all controls. Preservation and conservation of 807-5 artifacts and art a. DA Form is the approved DA form for access agreements.
Techniques and Procedures when preparing for and conducting oral history interviews. If the interview is DA required end-of-tour; see chapter 8. The procedures for access agreements as stated in paragraph 8—1c above will be followed.