EDMUND G. BROWN JUNIOR.
CSMR-OCS/WOCS8 November 2012
MEMORANDUM PERTAINING TO OCS Ma?tre
SUBJECT: Use, display, and care of the OCS/WOC Guidon.
1 . Difficulty.
It is the OCS Commandant's intention that the Expert Candidate Guidebook be studied and analyzed in order to modify existing section(s) and/or incorporate new sections in to the Candidate Guide for use, display, and care of the OCS/WOC Guidon. All advice are to comply with existing Armed service Regulations (AR's), Field Guides (FM's), and other pertinent Army magazines.
2 . Suggestion.
OCS/WOC Guidon shall not end up being presented till training continues to be presented in proper employment of the Guidon. The information listed below will put together the OCS/WOC class to earn the right to carry the guidon. OCS Commandant is to decide when the OCS Guidon is usually to be presented. Fundamental guidon positions
This passage describes fundamental guidon positions and how to suppose them. a. When the product is formed, the guidon bearer is a single step in the front of and two 15-inch left procedure for the right of and facing the person building the unit (the person building the unit is facing the unit. ) If the platoon sergeant forms the unit, the guidon bearer steps ahead three steps for the command POST. b. To manage with the guidon, raise the ferrule 1 inches off the walking in line surface by simply bending the proper elbow slightly. After doing the movement, automatically reduce the ferrule to the Purchase position. Maintain your staff up and down throughout the activity. c. Implement facing moves, marching moves, Present Forearms (Present Guidon), and Snooze movements with all the unit. During manual of arms movements, remain for Order Guidon except for Present Arms. g. When in a line formation and the firm is experienced to the perfect for a walking in line movement, confront to the proper in walking in line, assume the Double-Time placement and double-time from that location to a position five methods forward of and centered on the squad market leaders of the initial platoon. elizabeth. If a platoon is official a guidon, the bearer's post is one part of front of and two 15-inch steps to the right of and facing the person building the platoon. When the formation is confronted to the right for a marching movement, the bearer completes in the same manner because explained above, except that his or her post is three steps facing and centered on the team leaders. In the event the platoon leader is present including his/her post, the bearer's post can be one stage to the backside and two 15-inch procedure for the left of the platoon leader. n. When the guidon bearer is definitely marching for his content in a column formation during a Column Still left (Right), he executes a Column Fifty percent Left (Right) on the command word of delivery and inclines as necessary to keep up his post. g. Execute raised guidon only for the preparatory orders for Present, ARMS; Eye, RIGHT; and on the basic command Purchase of Purchase, ARMS pursuing the execution of Present Arms and Sight Right. As well execute Increased Guidon around the preparatory command Ready of Ready, FRONT SIDE.
At Order Guidon (Position of Attention), keep the ferrule on the marching surface and touching the exterior of the right ft ., opposite the ball with the right ft .. Hold the personnel in the right hand in the " UвЂќ formed by the fingers (extended and signed up with pointing downward) and thumb. Keep the correct hand and arm in back of the staff. Rest the staff against the hollow in the shoulder.
To assume Relax positions, perform the following activities.
a. On the basic command Parade, slide the best hand up the staff until the forearm can be horizontal and grasp the personnel. On the command word of execution REST, thrust the staff easy keeping the ferrule on the marching surface before the arm is fully extended, and at the same time, implement Parade Others as in individual drill. n. Stand At Ease is the same as Parade Rest, only that the eye and head are turned toward the commander. c. Execute Relaxed and Others...
References: |ATTP 5-0. one particular, Commander and Staff Officer Guide, Chapter 11, 2011.
|CSMR Officer Candidate Guide, CSMR Pamphlet 25-10, Version 1 . 1, out dated 1 January 2011