Wait a minute, the colors are always first in everything, everywhere, and every time! I know that because I heard it somewhere at some time in the past and it must be true. I just know it. So, as you encounter some cognitive dissonance while reading that the color guard is not always first in line, rest assured you are …
It is very common to see JROTC color guards carrying their state flag instead of the departmental or organizational flag. The reason behind teams carrying the state flag is that military flags have very specific requirements to be dipped, state flags don’t.
I know the precedence of the military, I know who is supposed to command in multi- or joint-service situations, and I understand what technique takes precedence in those situations, but how can I explain this and point to where it’s written?
There is a proper way to place the flag on the casket and we will look at purely the orientation and not how to place it or the procedures for changing it.
What music is played when presenting the colors? That’s the question that has popped up time and again lately. So, let’s answer it.
Let’s have a look at the theories that surround the flag: fringe on the flag, the finial, and the flag’s size.
Can you please give some insight/clarify paragraph 7.32.3 in AFI 36-2203? Yes, I can!
DrillMaster explains how he cured his plantar fasciitis: foot pain.
This is a great question that I receive every so often. So, here’s an example of how you can begin spinning a rifle (or any other type of practice) and progress to a level of proficiency with which you are comfortable.
Discipline yourself so others don’t have to.