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?
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 shares his view of keeping the professionalism in an honor guard unit
This article used to be All About Flag Sizes that I wrote back in 2013 but I felt it needed expanding. Nomenclature The Outside Flag Garrison: 20′ x 38′ Post flag: 8′ 11 3/8″ x 17′ (Army) and 10′ x 19′ (MC/N/CG) Field flag: 6’8″ x 12′ (Army) Storm flag: 5′ x 9’6″ (Army) and 5′ x 9′ (MC/N/CG) Internment …
The DrillMaster explains how to honor the colors and every local organization that asks for colors support and still stay within standards.
DrillMaster explains how the motto, semper paratus, applies to you and your color guard, drill team, and honor guard.
Fourth in the series: DrillMaster explains the reasoning behind color guard standards for the Air Force.
Third in the series: DrillMaster explains the reasoning behind color guard standards for the Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard.
Second in the series: DrillMaster explains the standards for the US Army color guard.