Title 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE
Chapter V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY


military power of the United States and act under the orders of the President as Commander in Chief. When commitment of Federal Armed Forces has taken place, the duly designated...


martial law. When Federal Armed Forces are committed in the event of civil disturbances, their proper role is to support, not supplant, civil authority. Martial law depends...


Federal Armed Forces is an accepted principle of our Government. This form of intervention is warranted only where the need for protection exists and the local civil authorities...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR501.6] [Page 9] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 501--EMPLOYMENT OF TROOPS IN AID OF CIVIL AUTHORITIES--Table of Contents Sec. 501.6 End of commitment. The use of Federal Armed Forces for civil disturbance operations should end as soon as the necessity therefor ceases and the normal civil processes can be restored. Determination of the end of the necessity will be made by the Department of the Army. ...


equipment to civil law enforcement authorities in the event of civil disturbances. Such loans of equipment are limited to those necessary to meet an urgent need during an actual...


operations involving participation in natural disaster relief activities. (b) Sections 502.1 through 502.5 are applicable in the 48 contiguous States and...


created as a result of enemy attack or civil disturbance. (b) Major disaster. Any disaster caused by flood, drought, fire, earthquake, storm, hurricane, or other...


action. (a) Public Law 875, 81st Congress, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 1855-1855g (Federal Disaster Act of 30 September 1950), hereinafter referred to as Pub. L. 875, which...


private industry, local and State governments, the American National Red Cross, and those Federal agencies having special statutory responsibilities. (b) DOD components...


described in Sec. 502.4(c), or when directed by higher military authority or by direction of OEP under Pub. L. 875. (b) Use of military resources and other military participation...


the Department of the Army, in order to further the efficient use of United States voluntary contributions for relief in the foreign country hereinafter named, will pay...


of the Army, other than in foreign countries, as follows: (a) General. All members of the Department of the Army having the ordinary right and duty of citizens to assist...


by him may, in accordance with the Uniform Code of Military Justice, Article 14 (10 U.S.C. 814), authorize the delivery of a member of the Armed Forces under his command,...


to and disclosure of financial records maintained by [[Page 18]] financial institutions during the conduct of Army investigations or inquiries. (b) Applicability...


to and disclosure of financial records maintained by [[Page 18]] financial institutions during the conduct of Army investigations or inquiries. (b) Applicability...
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the Department of the Army in systems of records. (b) References--(1) Required publications. (i) AR 195-2, Criminal Investigation Activities. (Cited in...


or legal guardian will be granted access to a record pertaining to that individual, maintained in a system of records, unless the record is subject to an exemption and the...


disclosing a record from a system of records without obtaining the prior written consent of the data subject, except when disclosure is: (1) To those officers and employees of...


and wearing of military decorations, medals, badges, and insignia. It also establishes the Heraldic Item Quality Control Program to improve the appearance of the Army and...


The user does not have to read it to understand this part). Copies of referenced publications may be reviewed at Army and Air Force Libraries or may be purchased from...


(b) The Director, The Institute of Heraldry (TIOH). The Director, TIOH, will-- (1) Monitor the overall operation of the Heraldic Quality Control Program. (2) Authorize the...


of them, are governed by section 704, title 18, United States Code (18 U.S.C. 704). (b) The manufacture, sale, possession, and reproduction of badges, identification...


may be granted by the Institute of Heraldry. (1) Certificates of authority will be issued only to companies who have manufacturing capability and agree to manufacture...


in Sec. 507.8 of this part; however, sellers are responsible for insuring that any article they sell is manufactured in accordance with Government specifications...


(1) through (10) of this section are authorized for manufacture and sale when made in accordance with approved specifications, purchase descriptions or drawings. (1) All...


manufacture and sale, except under contract with DSCP: (a) The Medal of Honor. (b) Service ribbon for the Medal of Honor. (c) Rosette for the Medal of Honor. ...


Department of the Air Force is to restrict the use of military designs for the needs or the benefit of personnel of their Services. (a) Except as authorized in writing by...


the likeness of any decoration, service medal, service ribbon, badge, lapel button, insignia, or other device, or the colorable imitation thereof, of a design prescribed by...


authorized by the Department of the Army and the Department of the Air Force by any person not properly authorized to wear such device, or the use of any decoration, service medal,...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR507.13] [Page 70] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Subpart D--Heraldic Quality Control Program Sec. 507.13 General. The heraldic quality control program provides a method of ensuring that insignia items are manufactured with tools and specifications provided by TIOH. ...


Government specifications using Government furnished tools or cartoons. Tools and cartoons are not provided to manufacturers for the items in paragraphs (a) through (e) of...


of this part, will be provided to the manufacturer upon submission of a preproduction sample. Manufacture and sale of these items is not authorized until the manufacturer...


any of the provisions of this part, or as a result of not complying with the agreement signed by the manufacturer in order to receive a certificate. Such violations are also...


for manufacture and sale to the U.S. Government. (b) All Army and Air Force service personnel who wear quality controlled heraldic items that were purchased from...


if there are breaches of quality control policies by the manufacturer. As used in this paragraph, the term quality control policies include the obligation of a manufacturer...


interfere with the customary employment and regular engagement of local civilians in the respective arts, trades, or professions. Such participation will not directly or...


of the military service, active and retired, and for members of their families upon request. A chaplain may perform the marriage rite, provided he complies with the civil law of...


handling debt claims against soldiers. (b) References. Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A. (c) Explanation...


(1) Review the case to ensure that the terms of this regulation have been met. (2) Consult the SJA if needed. (3) Take the following actions: (i)...


or evasiveness. Failure to pay debts promptly and honorably may require disciplinary or administrative action. If a soldier is not trying to resolve unpaid debts promptly...


Pub. L. 90-321 (15 U.S.C. 1601), lists the general disclosure rules that must be met by creditors. It does not cover private parties who extend credit only rarely to help...


former soldiers or others not on active duty will be sent to the Commander, U.S. Army Reserve Personnel Center (ARPERCEN), ATTN: DARP-PSE-VS, 9700 Page Boulevard, St. Louis,...


and affirmative litigation in Federal and state civilian courts where the Army or DOD has an interest in the matter. (2) Proceedings before Federal or...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR516.2] [Page 85] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 516--LITIGATION--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 516.2 References. Applicable publications and forms are listed in appendix A to this part. ...


terms. (b) The masculine gender has been used throughout this regulation for simplicity and consistency. Any reference to the masculine gender is intended to...


foreign courts, against the United States, its agencies and instrumentalities, and employees whose official conduct is involved. The various U.S. Attorney Offices, under the oversight...


of Litigation Division, or this regulation, no Army personnel will confer or correspond with DOJ concerning legal proceedings in which the Army has an interest. (b)...


appear as counsel before any civilian court or in any preliminary proceeding, for example, deposition, in litigation in which the Army has an interest without the prior written approval...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR516.7] [Page 88] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 516--LITIGATION--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 516.7 Mailing addresses. Mailing addresses for organizations referenced in this regulation are in appendix B to this part. ...


court or to comply with the court's demands, for example, in a civil case a summons or subpoena, or in a criminal case, a warrant for arrest, indictment, contempt order, subpoena,...


military personnel to civilian law enforcement officials is in Chapter 7 of AR 630-10 and AR l90-9. Army officials will cooperate with civilian law...


the service or process in legal actions brought against the United States or against themselves in their official capacities. If acceptance of service of process would interfere...


as status of forces agreements, govern the service of criminal process of foreign courts and the surrender of soldiers to foreign civilian law...


of process issued by foreign courts will be made under the law of the place of service, as modified by status of forces agreements, treaties or other agreements. In...


process of persons assigned to or accompanying U.S. Forces in Europe, contact the Foreign Law Branch, International Law Division, Office of The Judge Advocate, Headquarters...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR516.14] [Page 90] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 516--LITIGATION--Table of Contents Subpart B--Service of Process Sec. 516.14 Service of process on DA or Secretary of Army. The Chief, Litigation Division, shall accept service of process for Department of the Army or for the Secretary of the Army in his official capacity. ...


litigation or administrative proceedings in which the United States has an interest. Typically, the Secretary of the Army, DA, the United States, or DA personnel are named...


DA personnel served with civil or criminal process concerning a proceeding in which the United States has an interest (Sec. 516.15) will immediately inform their supervisor...


of litigation in which the United States has an interest, and it appears that HQDA is not aware of the action, the SJA or legal adviser will telephonically notify the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR516.18] [Page 91] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 516--LITIGATION--Table of Contents Subpart C--Reporting Legal Proceedings to HQDA Sec. 516.18 Litigation alleging individual liability. See subpart D for procedures to follow when DA personnel, as a result of performance of official duties, are either sued in their individual capacities or face criminal charges. ...


important operational matters or pending personnel actions through motions for temporary restraining orders (TRO) or preliminary injunctions (PI). Because these actions can...


custody (usually in a post court-martial situation) or retention in the Army. As is the case with injunctive relief in the preceding paragraph, installation SJAs and legal...


reimburse a contractor (or subcontractor) for adverse judgments or litigation expenses. Unless a contractor or subcontractor facing a lawsuit requests representation by DOJ,...


below concerning actual or prospective litigation involving the following types of cases: (a) Taxation. (1) Contractor transactions. (FAR and DFARS, 48 CFR parts 29...


HQDA. The report will contain the following sections: Statement of Facts; [[Page 94]] Setoff or Counterclaim; Responses to Pleadings; Memorandum of Law; Witness List;...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR516.24] [Page 94] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 516--LITIGATION--Table of Contents Subpart C--Reporting Legal Proceedings to HQDA Sec. 516.24 Preservation of evidence. Because documents needed for litigation or administrative proceedings are subject to routine destruction, the SJA or legal adviser will ensure that all relevant documents are preserved. ...


authenticate Army records or documents. Documents attached to a properly prepared and sealed DA Form 4 are self- authenticating. (See Fed. R. Evid. 902). (b) Preparation at...


whenever any matter is required or permitted to be established or proven by a sworn statement, oath or affidavit, such matter may also be established or proven by an unsworn...


are either sued in their personal capacity, or are charged in a criminal proceeding. Examples of civil actions alleging individual liability include the following: a...


compliance with the requirements of this chapter with regard to current or former DA personnel who face criminal charges or civil litigation in their individual capacity as a result...


an SJA or legal adviser learns of a criminal charge or of a lawsuit alleging individual liability against DA personnel as a result of performance of official duties, he will take...


a judgment rendered against him in his individual capacity has no right to reimbursement from DA. DA will consider, however, a request for indemnification from DA personnel...


(a) General. In preparing a referral for litigation the RJA will ensure the file contains at least the following: (1) A litigation report (See Sec. 516.23 of this part)...


(a) General. The majority of cases filed on behalf of the United States will fall under this subpart E. All other civil cases which cannot be resolved administratively or by...


or quarters or to collect delinquent rent. (a) General. U.S. Attorneys are authorized to accept a Federal agency's request for the following purposes: to initiate...


natural resources civil litigation and administrative proceedings involving missions and functions of DA, its major and subordinate commands, all installations presently...


DOJ and will represent DA in State and Federal litigation relating to availability and allocation of surface and ground water and the establishment and protection of water...


C to this part and 32 CFR part 97). It governs the release of official information and the appearance of present and former DA personnel as witnesses in response to requests...


DA personnel will not disclose official information (See appendix F--Glossary) in response to subpoenas, court orders, or requests. (b) Exception. Present or former DA...


matter, it will be referred for approval or action by Litigation Division under this chapter, by the most expeditious means, to General Litigation Branch, Litigation Division,...


integrity of DA records, DA personnel will submit properly authenticated copies rather than originals of documents or records for use in legal proceedings, unless...


reasonably available for use in Federal and state courts and by other governmental bodies unless the information is classified, privileged, or otherwise protected...


factors set forth in Sec. 536.44, determines that all or part of requested official records are releasable, copies of the records should be furnished to...


considering the factors in Sec. 516.44, determines that all or part of requested official records should not be released, he will promptly communicate directly with the...


present or former DA personnel in private litigation is solely a personal matter between the witness and the requesting party, unless one or more of the following...


be referred to the SJA or legal adviser serving the organization of the individual whose testimony is requested, or to HQDA pursuant to Sec. 516.47(a). The deciding official...


or without compensation, opinion or expert testimony either in private litigation or in litigation in which the United States has an interest for a party other than the United...


with the accomplishment of a military mission, the SJA or legal adviser will advise the requesting party and attempt to make alternative arrangements. If these efforts fail,...


Requests, subpoenas, or orders for official information, interviews or testimony of present or former DA personnel in litigation or potential litigation in which the...


witnesses from DOJ or other attorneys representing the United States will be referred to Litigation Division unless the request involves a matter that has been delegated...


will be referred to the appropriate public affairs office. DA personnel will not comment on any matter presently or potentially in litigation without proper...


appear as a witness for the United States, including those authorized to appear under Sec. 516.55(d), will be placed on temporary duty. If USAR or NG personnel are requested...


appear as a witness for a state or private litigant, and the testimony to be given relates to information obtained in the performance of official duties, a military member...


a foreign government or tribunal for present DA personnel stationed or employed within that country to be interviewed or to appear as witnesses will be forwarded to the SJA of...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR516.57] [Page 108] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 516--LITIGATION--Table of Contents Subpart H--Remedies in Procurement Fraud and Corruption Sec. 516.57 Purpose. This subpart delineates the policies, procedures, and responsibilities for reporting and resolving allegations of procurement fraud or irregularities (PFI) within DA. It implements DOD Directive 7050.5. (See appendix D to this part.) ...


whenever encountered. Reports will be initiated in a timely manner and will be supplemented as appropriate. (b) Investigations will be monitored to...


in procurement fraud and corruption within the Army. This responsibility has been delegated to PFD. Functions of PFD will include the following: (1) Serving as the...


MACOMs will develop a program and appoint an attorney as PFI Coordinator for their command. Chief counsel and SJAs at commands with procurement advisory responsibility will appoint...


listed in figure D-1, appendix G, to this part. The mere presence of one or more of these indicators does not, by itself, require reporting under paragraph b of this section....


(a) Discuss the status of significant procurement fraud or corruption investigations being conducted by USACIDC and possible remedies. These discussions should take place on a...


Procurement Fraud Unit on significant fraud and corruption cases to accomplish the following: (1) Monitor criminal prosecutions. (2) Initiate litigation for...


each significant investigation involving fraud or corruption that relates to Army procurement activities. When possible, these plans should be forwarded with the DFARS...


evaluated by PFAs to determine whether it is appropriate to recommend civil recovery proceedings. (b) Recovery should be considered under both statutory and common law...


in response to confirmed fraudulent activity: (1) Contractual. (i) Termination of contract for default. (ii) Nonaward of contract based upon a finding of...


procedures, similar to this regulation and consistent with the DFARS, and regulations and directives of their respective unified commands, for reporting and coordination...


Law 99-509) and implemented by DOD on 30 August 1988 (DOD Directive 5505.5). (See appendix E to this part.) (b) PFCRA expands the capability of the government to deter...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR516.69] [Page 115] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 516--LITIGATION--Table of Contents Subpart I--Cooperation With the Office of Special Counsel Sec. 516.69 Introduction. This subpart prescribes procedures for cooperation with the Office of Special Counsel (OSC) when OSC is investigating alleged prohibited personnel practices or other allegations of improper or illegal conduct within DA activities. ...


civilian and military, will conform to laws and regulations implementing established merit system principles and will be free of any prohibited personnel practices. ...


(1) Provide overall guidance on all issues concerning cooperation with OSC, including the investigation of alleged prohibited personnel practices and allegations of...


managers, supervisors, and employees who are requested by OSC for an interview will be made available in accordance with arrangements the Labor Counselor will establish....


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR516.73] [Page 118] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 516--LITIGATION--Table of Contents Subpart I--Cooperation With the Office of Special Counsel Sec. 516.73 Assistance from HQDA. Labor Counselors may seek guidance on questions arising from implementation of this chapter by calling the Chief, DAJA-LE, DSN 225- 9476/9481 or Commercial (703) 695-9476/9481. ...


establishes Army policy concerning soldiers on active duty who are summoned to serve on state and local juries. (b) This subpart does not apply to Army National Guard soldiers...


on state and local juries, so long as it does not interfere with military duties. (b) The following active duty soldiers are exempt from complying with summons to serve...


authority (SPCMCA) over a unit has the authority to determine whether a soldier of that unit, who has been served with a summons, is exempt from serving on a state or...


a state or local jury will promptly advise their commander and provide copies of pertinent documents. (b) Unit commanders will evaluate the summons considering both the...


a state or local jury will promptly advise their commander and provide copies of pertinent documents. (b) Unit commanders will evaluate the summons considering both the...
...


(a) Title 5, United States Code, section 552. (b) DoD Directive 5400.7, ``DoD Freedom of Information Act Program,'' May 13, 1988. (c) Public Law 86-36,...


\1\ All publications and forms referenced in this section are available from National Technical Information Services,...


and procedures for the Department of Defense (DoD) implementation of the Freedom of Information Act and DoD Directive 5400.7 (references (a) and (b)) and to promote...


of Defense (OSD), which includes for the purpose of this Regulation the Joint Staff, Unified Commands, the Military Departments, the Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field...


approve exceptions to this part which are consistent with controlling law and regulation. The ODISC4 may delegate this authority in writing to a division chief within the...


activities of its Government. DoD policy is to conduct its activities in an open manner and provide the public with a maximum amount of accurate and timely information concerning...


formal control system designed to ensure compliance with the FOIA. A release determination must be made and the requester informed within the time limits specified in this...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR518.8] [Page 145] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 518--THE ARMY FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT PROGRAM--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Provisions Sec. 518.8 Definitions and terms. As used in this regulation, definitions and terms are listed in appendix F to this part. ...


a member of the public (U.S. or foreign citizen), an organization, or a business, but not including a Federal agency or a fugitive from the law that either explicitly...


papers, maps, and photographs, machine readable materials or other documentary materials, regardless of physical form or characteristics, made or received by an agency of the...


Sec. 518.4, authorized to receive and act independently on FOIA requests. A DoD Component has its own initial denial authority (IDA) or appellate authority, and general counsel....


by the head of a DoD Component to withhold records requested under the FOIA for one or more of the nine categories of records exempt from mandatory disclosure. The Department...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR518.13] [Page 147] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 518--THE ARMY FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT PROGRAM--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Provisions Sec. 518.13 Appellate authority. The Head of the DoD Component or the Component head's designee having jurisdiction of this purpose over the record. The Department of the Army's appellate authority is the Office of General Counsel. ...


under the FOIA, asking the appellate authority of a DoD Component to reverse an IDA decision to withhold all or part of a requested record or to deny a request for waiver...


on an agency's performance of its statutory duties because the information falls within the statutory purpose of the FOIA in informing citizens about what their government is...


are created, stored, and retrievable by electronic means. This does not include computer software, which is the tool by which to create, store, or retrieve electronic data. See...


agency for law enforcement purposes relating to crime, waste, or fraud or for national security reasons. Such investigations may include gathering evidence for criminal...


provisions of the FOIA and this Regulation in both letter and spirit. This strict adherence is necessary to provide uniformity in the implementation of the DoD FOIA Program and...


activities in an open manner consistent with the need for security and adherence to other requirements of law and regulation. Records not specifically exempt from disclosure under...


matters do not unnecessarily impede a requester from obtaining DoD records promptly. Components shall provide assistance to requesters to help them understand and comply...


procedures established in this part for obtaining DoD records, the request shall receive prompt attention; a reply shall be dispatched within 10 working days, unless a delay...


unless they qualify for exemption under one or more of the nine exemptions. Components (IDA) may elect to make a discretionary release, however, a discretionary release...


this part are considered to be in the public domain. Such records may also be made available in Components' reading rooms to facilitate public access. Exempt records released pursuant...


control of the Department of Defense at the time of the search to be considered subject to this part and the FOIA. Mere possession of a record does not presume departmental...


is the responsibility of the member of the public who requests a record. The requester must provide a description of the desired record, that enables the Government to...


responsive to a request shall be referred routinely to another DoD Component, if the other Component confirms that it has the requested record, and this belief can be confirmed...


an appropriate seal, whenever necessary, to fulfill an official Government or other legal function. This service, however, is in addition to that required under the FOIA and...


the jurisdiction of the OSD, instead of the administering Military Department, only for the purpose of administering the DoD FOIA Program. This policy represents an exception to...


knowledgeable of the appropriate statutory authority to cite when requesting records. In some instances, they may cite neither Act, but...


in accordance with DoD Component Disposition instructions and schedules. See AR 25-400-2. AR 25-1 contains Army policy for records management requirements in the life cycle management...


Each Component shall provide an appropriate facility or facilities where the public may inspect and copy or have copied the materials described below. In addition to the materials...


that so-called ``(a)(2)'' materials shall be made available in the FOIA reading room for inspection and copying, unless such materials are published and copies are offered for...


prescribed in Sec. 518.31, an index of materials described in Sec. 518.4, that are issued, adopted, or promulgated, after July 4, 1967. No ``(a)(2)'' materials...


in the Federal Register, such as material required to be published by section 552(a)(1) of the FOIA, shall be made available in DoD Component FOIA [[Page...


meet the exemption criteria in the exemption part of subpart C may be withheld from public disclosure and need not be published in the Federal Register, made available in a...


withheld pursuant to Exemptions 1, 3 or 6, shall be made available upon the request of any individual when, in the judgment of the releasing DoD Component or higher authority,...


Information that has not been given a security classification pursuant to the criteria of an Executive Order, but which may be withheld from the public for one or more of the reasons...


a conclusive basis for withholding a record that is requested under the FOIA. When such a record is requested, the information in it shall be evaluated to determine whether,...


provides notice of FOUO content and facilitates review when a record is requested under the FOIA. Records requested under the FOIA that do not bear such markings, shall not...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR518.42] [Page 160] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 518--THE ARMY FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT PROGRAM--Table of Contents Subpart D--For Official Use Only Sec. 518.42 Distribution statement. Information in a technical document that requires a distribution statement pursuant to DoD Directive 5230.24 (reference (m)), shall bear that statement and may be marked FOUO as appropriate. ...


information shall be marked ``For Official Use Only'' in bold letters at least \3/16\ of an inch high at the bottom on the outside of the front cover (if any), one each...


release and transmission instructions that follow apply: (a) FOUO information may be disseminated within DoD Components and between officials of DoD Components and...


be transported in a manner that precludes disclosure of the contents. When not commingled with classified information, FOUO information may be sent via first-class mail or...


containing FOUO information shall be marked appropriately. Unclassified messages containing FOUO information shall contain the abbreviation ``FOUO'' before the beginning...


lines with DoD, other Government agencies, and Government support contractors for official purposes. (b) Facsimile communications marked FOUO may be transmitted by...


be FOUO shall be placed in an out-of-sight location if the work area is accessible to non-governmental personnel. When material marked FOUO is removed from storage, attach DA...


be stored so as to preclude unauthorized access. Filing such material with other unclassified records in unlocked files or desks, etc., [[Page 162]] is adequate when...


not constitute an unauthorized disclosure of DoD information classified for security purposes. Appropriate administrative action shall be taken, however, to fix responsibility...


(a) Since the policy of the Department of Defense is to make the maximum amount of information available to the public consistent with its other responsibilities,...


reserved for persons with private interests as opposed to federal or foreign governments seeking official information. Requests from private persons will be made in writing, and...


State, or local Governments for DoD Component records shall be considered the same as any other requester. Requests from members of Congress not seeking records on behalf of...


an IDA for action, records custodians will obtain an opinion from their servicing judge advocate concerning the releasability of the requested records. A copy of that legal review,...


of IDAs appointed. In designating its IDAs, a DoD Component shall balance the goals of centralization of authority to promote uniform decisions and decentralization to...


control of a DoD Component, it must be determined that the record is included in one or more of the nine categories of records exempt from mandatory disclosure as provided...


deny a record normally shall be made and the decision reported to the requester within 10 working days after receipt of the request by the official designated to respond....


received for a record that was obtained from a non-U.S. Government source, or for a record containing information clearly identified as having been provided by a non-U.S....


maintained by each DoD Component in a form suitable for rapid retrieval, periodic statistical compilation, and management evaluation. Records will be maintained in accordance with...


mail, certified mail, certificates of mailing and return receipts. However, their use should be limited to instances where it appears advisable to establish proof of dispatch...


due to the unusual circumstances described in Sec. 518.63, of this part, the final decision may be delayed for the number of working days (not to exceed 10), that were not used...


a determination to release all or [[Page 176]] a portion of records withheld by an IDA, a copy of the records so released should be forwarded promptly to the...


or that the DoD Component knows to be inconsistent with rulings of other DoD Components, ordinarily should not be made before consultation with the Office of the...


for the convenience of the reader. The statements of rules do not create rights or remedies not otherwise available, nor do they bind the Department of Defense to...


Court in the district in which the requester resides or is the requester's place of business, in the district in which the record is located, or in the District...


justify its refusal to provide a record. The court shall evaluate the case de novo (anew) and may elect to examine any requested record in camera (in private) to determine whether...


make a determination within the statutory time limits but can demonstrate due diligence in exceptional circumstances, the court may retain jurisdiction and allow the...


be aware of litigation under the FOIA. Such information will provide management insights into the use of the nine exemptions by Component personnel. The Litigation Status Sheet...


of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552), as amended; by the Freedom of Information Reform Act of 1986; the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. 35); the Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C....


a charge reduced below fees assessed to the categories of requesters in Sec. 518.81 when the Component determines that waiver or reduction of the fees is in the public interest...


to this end, FOIA fees are limited to standard charges for direct document search, review (in the case of commercial requesters) and duplication. (b) In order to be as...


Collection Act of 1982 (Pub. L. 97-365) provides for a minimum annual rate of interest to be charged on overdue debts owed the Federal Government. Components may levy this interest...


compute the search, review (in the case of commercial requesters) and duplication costs associated with processing a given FOIA request. Costs shall be computed on time actually...


documents to the requester or recipient when the requester specifically states that the costs involved shall be acceptable or acceptable up to a specified limit that covers...


Hourly Type Grade...


other record. Duplication cost is the actual direct cost of reproducing the material, including the wage of the person doing the work. Audiovisual materials provided to a requester...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR518.94] [Page 185] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 518--THE ARMY FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT PROGRAM--Table of Contents Subpart F--Fee Schedule Sec. 518.94 Other records. Direct search and duplication cost for any record not described above shall be computed in the manner described for audiovisual documentary material. ...


outlined in this subpart is assigned Report Control Symbol DD-PA(A) 1365. See appendix F for DD Form 2564, Annual Report Freedom of Information Act. ...


for the preceding calendar year on those times prescribed for the annual report and submit them in duplicate to the ASD(PA) on or before each February 1. Existing DoD...


the annual report for submission on DD Form 2564 (see appendix G to this part). DD Form 2564 may be ordered through publication channels or reproduced locally: (a) Item...


The head of each DoD Component is responsible for the establishment of educational and training programs on the provisions and requirements of this Regulation. The...


to promote a positive attitude among DoD personnel and raise the level of understanding and appreciation of the DoD FOIA Program, thereby improving the interaction with members of...


training programs to fit the particular requirements of personnel dependent upon their degree of involvement in the implementation of this Regulation. The Program should...


and procedures in the Federal Register as required by statute, and for inviting public comment thereon, as appropriate. This regulation implements a portion of the Freedom...


other media) of general or particular applicability and future effect, which is designed to implement, interpret, or prescribe law or policy or which describes the...


The Adjutant General (DAAG-AMR-R) a statement to the effect that it has been evaluated in terms of this regulation. If the proponent determines that the provisions of this...


for publication, the DA Form 260 (Request for Printing of Publication) or other transmittal paper will contain a statement that the directive has been processed for publication...


the Federal Register may be satisfied by reference in it to other publications, provided they are reasonably available to the class of persons affected and contain the...


practices, procedures, and other information concerning the Department of the Army be published in the Federal Register for the guidance of the public. In general,...


informing all interested persons of how to deal effectively with the Department of the Army. Information to be currently published will include: (a) Descriptions of the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR519.60] [Page 204] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 519--PUBLICATION OF RULES AFFECTING THE PUBLIC--Table of Contents Sec. 519.60 Exceptions. It is not necessary to publish in the Federal Register any information which comes within one or more of the exemptions to the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. 552(b), as implemented by paragraph 2-12, AR 340-17. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR519.61] [Page 204] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 519--PUBLICATION OF RULES AFFECTING THE PUBLIC--Table of Contents Sec. 519.61 Procedures. All matters to be published in accordance with Sec. 519.59 will be submitted to The Adjutant General (DAAG--AMR--R), WASH DC 20314, in the proper format prescribed in Sec. 519.65. ...


in any manner be required to resort to, comply with, or be adversely affected by, a matter required to be published in the Federal Register and not so published. Inviting...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR519.63] [Page 204] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 519--PUBLICATION OF RULES AFFECTING THE PUBLIC--Table of Contents Sec. 519.63 General. Public comment must be sought on certain of those proposed rules which are required to be published in accordance with Sec. 519.59. The following sections set forth the criteria and procedures for inviting public comment before publication. ...


Are promulgated after the effective date of this regulation; and (2) Must be published in the Federal Register in accordance with Sec. 519.59; and [[Page 205]] (3) Have...


given an opportunity to participate in the rulemaking through the submission of written data, views and arguments to the proponent of the proposed rulemaking concerned. (b) If...


the rule will make such revisions in the proposed rule as appear necessary in light of the comments received. (b) The proponent will also prepare a preamble for publication...


for the issuance, amendment, or repeal of any rule to which Secs. 519.64 through 519.67 applies or would apply if issued, as specified in Sec. 519.64. Any such petition will...


comment regarding a proposed rule would be impractical, unnecessary, or contrary to the public interest, he will prepare a brief statement of the reasons supporting this...


defense, have been subjected to restrictions regarding the free entry of persons, ships, and aircraft. Free entry into the areas listed and defined in this regulation, and...


Commander, the Commander, KMR, or a duly authorized subordinate has determined that the presence of the person, ship, or aircraft will not, [[Page 209]] under existing...


Range without obtaining specific entry authorization provided the Commander, Kwajalein Missile Range, is notified of impending entry 14 days prior to entry date: (i)...


the National Range Commander, the Commander, Kwajalein Missile Range or the designated representative) shall take the following actions: (i) Determine that the entry of...


Section I--General (a) This regulation prescribes policies and procedures to-- [[Page 214]] (1) Control and prevent abuse of check-cashing privileges. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR527.2] [Page 214] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 527--PERSONAL CHECK CASHING CONTROL AND ABUSE PREVENTION--Table of Contents Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 527.2 References. Required and related publications are listed in appendix A to this part. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR527.3] [Page 214] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 527--PERSONAL CHECK CASHING CONTROL AND ABUSE PREVENTION--Table of Contents Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 527.3 Explanation of abbreviations and terms. Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary. ...


privileges includes all measures taken to reduce acts of abuse or misuse to the lowest possible level. Factors leading to this abuse stem mainly from lack of education...


The Director, Finance & Accounting, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management) (OASA (FM)) establishes and administers the Department of...


Center. The Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel/U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center (DCSPER/USACFSC) will-- (a) Advise the Director, Finance &...


Heads of Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) and field operating agencies will-- (a) Prescribe procedures and conditions for providing check-cashing service...


(a) Support and monitor the Dishonored Check Control Program-- (1) At intermediate or subordinate commands. (2) At installations reporting directly to their headquarters. ...


General, U.S. Army Training Doctrine Command (TRADOC) will-- (a) Develop and maintain the course of instruction for the PFR/SMM training of all soldiers. (b)...


designated representatives will-- (a) Maintain, support, and monitor installation programs to control and prevent abuse of check-cashing privileges. (b) Set up...


in the control and prevention of check-cashing privilege abuse. Unit commanders will-- (a) Advise all newly arrived personnel during the initial interview of...


privileges the supervisors of these civilians will-- (a) Deliver notices of dishonored check offenses and suspensions to employees and counsel them. ...


for dishonored check matters The ICCO will-- (a) Serve as liaison between commander and check-cashing facilities. (b) Be authorized to suspend check-cashing privileges. ...


control and prevention of check-cashing privilege abuse. The finance officer will-- (a) Assist the unit commander in conducting training for personnel in checkbook maintenance...


(PAC) will assist unit commanders by completing some of the paperwork and other administrative details. Where PACs do not exist the unit commander will be responsible...


Personnel & Community Activities (DPCA) will-- (a) Overstamp ID cards when requested by the ICCO. (b) Ensure the quality of PFR/SMM training taught at...


(a) Policies in this regulation are based on statutory authority including, but not limited to, the following: [[Page 219]] (1) Sections 5511-5512, title 5, United...


use Army facilities. Installation activities extend check-cashing privileges for the convenience of their customers. (b) The personal check is more than a simple promise...


endorser may be subject to the dishonored check provision of this regulation only if the endorser fails to redeem the check within the grace period. If the original maker of the...


of family members when a family member uses their dependent ID card and their sponsor's SSN for check cashing. If a family member commits an offense under these conditions,...


when an individual does not redeem a dishonored check or redeems 3 or more checks within the grace period. (b) Related offense. An individual may write several...


other excusable error, dishonored checks resulting from these errors will not be considered offenses. The checkwriter's name will not be added to any list or...


dishonored and does not redeem it within the grace period has committed a first offense. (b) An individual who writes 3 dishonored checks which are unrelated to each...


unrelated to the first dishonored check, and does not redeem it within the grace period has committed a second offense. (b) An individual who writes 4 dishonored checks...


unrelated to the previous dishonored checks, and does not [[Page 221]] redeem it within the grace period has committed a third offense. (b) An individual who writes...


check, unrelated to the previous checks, and does not redeem it within the grace period has committed a fourth offense. (b) An individual who writes 6 dishonored...


proponent agency, the head of the facility to which a check is returned unpaid will do the following: (a) Notify the checkwriter through the checkwriter's unit commander (for...


family member of a commander's unit has written a dishonored check or has been placed on the dishonored checklist, the unit commander will (Some of these actions may be done by...


under his/her supervision has written a dishonored check or has been placed on the dishonored checklist, the first line supervisor will-- (a) Deliver the notice and counsel...


(a) On receipt of notice from the check-cashing facility that a check was returned as dishonored, the ICCO will update the central file on dishonored checkwriters. (See...


may submit a written appeal for removal of the suspension. Active duty soldiers or their family members will send the appeal to their unit commander. Civilian employees will...


inactive files as required by AR 25-400-2 for file number 210-60a (Check-cashing Privileges). (b) Ensure that the ICCO is added to the installation out-processing checklist. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR527.37] [Page 225] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 527--PERSONAL CHECK CASHING CONTROL AND ABUSE PREVENTION--Table of Contents Subpart D--Monthly Dishonored Check Report, RCS: CSCOA-105 Sec. 527.37 Purpose. The Monthly Dishonored Check Report, RCS: CSCOA-105, provides data needed for control and management purposes. ...


(a) Prepare the report monthly. (b) Send the original report to their MACOM. (c) Send copy of the report to finance and accounting officer for evaluation (see...


closely related. Poor performance in one area contributes to poor performance in another. Therefore, a major element in personal financial management is ethics....


be on prevention of abuse of check-cashing privileges. Recruits will be-- (a) Given overview of basic pay entitlements, DA Form 3686 (JUMPS- Army Leave and Earnings...


an offense. Emphasis will be on checkbook management skills. This training is a prerequisite for removal from check-cashing suspensions. (See Secs. 527.25...


28 (10 U.S.C. 828), and witnesses both in Government employ and those not in Government employ when subpoenaed to appear before a court. (b) Use of term ``court''. The...


their services in such capacity at the rates specified in paragraphs (b) through (i) of this section, or at such lower rates as may be stated in the appointing instrument. ...


required to appear as witnesses before courts will receive the appropriate travel and transportation allowances prescribed in chapter 4, Joint Travel Regulations. (2)...


Fees and mileage allowed by the local law for similar services may be paid. If no specific fee or mileage is fixed by local law, reasonable allowances may be paid. (See Dig....


procedures to be followed in the filing, investigation, processing and administrative settlement of Department of Army (DA) generated noncontractual claims....


receive any payment or gratuity for services rendered. They may not accept any share or interest in a claim or assist in its presentation, under penalty of Federal criminal law...


Secs. 536.1 through 536.13 and the matters referred to in Sec. 536.1(b) will have the meanings here indicated: (a) Affirmative Claims. The government's statutory right to...


by treaty or agreement waived or assumed, or may hereafter waive or assume, certain claims against the United States. In such instances claims will not be settled under laws...


the United States generally is determined in accordance with the law of the State or country where the act or omission occurred, except that any conflict between local law and...


death of a member of the Armed Forces of the United States or a civilian employee of the United States that accrued incident to his service is not payable under this regulation....


be used in all claims where an appraisal is reasonably necessary and useful in effectuating the administrative settlement of the claims. The decision to use an appraiser is...


(and subrogee) may be entitled normally will be computed as follows: (a) Determine the total of the loss or damage suffered. (b) Deduct from the total loss or...


determined to be meritorious in an amount less than claimed, or if a claim involving personal injuries or death is approved in full, a settlement agreement will be obtained prior...


and extent of the written notification to the claimant as to the denial of his claim should be based on whether the claimant has a judicial remedy following denial or whether he has...


(75 Stat. 488, 10 U.S.C. 2736), as amended by Public Law 90-521 (82 Stat. 874), Public Law 98-564 (98 Stat. 2918) and Public Law 100-456. No new liability is created by 10...


The statutory authority for Secs. 536.20 through 536.35 is contained in the Act of 10 August 1956 (70A Stat. 153, 10 U.S.C. 2733) commonly...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR536.21] [Page 250] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 536--CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES--Table of Contents Subpart B--Claims Arising From Activities of Military or Civilian Personnel or Incident to Noncombat Activities Sec. 536.21 Definitions. The definitions of terms set forth in Sec. 536.3 are applicable to Secs. 536.20 through 536.35. ...


Sections 536.20 through 536.35 are applicable in all places and prescribe the substantive bases and special procedural requirements for the settlement of claims against the...


(a) General. Unless otherwise prescribed, a claim for personal injury, death, or damage to or loss of real or personal property is payable under Secs. 536.20...


payable. A claim is not payable under Secs. 536.20 through 536.35 which-- (a) Results wholly from the negligent or wrongful act of the claimant or agent. (b) Is...


cognizable under other statutes. (a) General. Claims based upon a single act or incident cognizable under Secs. 536.20 through 536.35, which are also cognizable under...


claims. (a) When claim must be presented. A claim may be settled under Secs. 536.20 through 536.35 only if presented in writing within 2 years after it accrues, except...


So far as not inconsistent with Secs. 536.20 through 536.35, the procedures set forth in Secs. 536.1 through 536.13 will be followed. Subrogated claims will be processed...


(a) As to claims arising in the United States, its territories, commonwealths, and possessions, the law of the place where the act or omission occurred will be applied...


property damage, personal injury, or death. (a) Measure of damages for property claims--(1) General. The measure of damages in property claims arising in the United...


(a) The use of the structured settlement device by approval and settlement authorities is encouraged in all appropriate cases. A structured settlement should not...


$100,000. Claims cognizable under 10 U.S.C. 2733 and Secs. 536.20 through 536.35, which are meritorious in amounts in excess of $100,000, will be forwarded to the...


536.32 Settlement procedures. (a) Procedures. Approval and settlement authorities will follow the procedures set forth in Secs. 536.1 through 536.13 in...


In the settlement of any claim under Secs. 536.20 through 536.35, attorney fees shall not exceed 20 percent of the final cost to the United States of...


costs, settlements, and judgments related to certain medical and legal malpractice claims. (a) Costs, settlements, or judgments cognizable under 10 U.S.C. 1089(f)...


Article 139, Uniform Code of Military Justice. (a) Statutory authority. The authority for this section is Article 139, Uniform Code of Military Justice (10 U.S.C. 939)...


on negligence of military personnel or civilian employees under the Federal Tort Claims Act. (a) Authority. The statutory authority for this chapter is the FTCA (60...


(a) Statutory authority. Administrative settlement or compromise of admiralty and maritime claims in favor of and against the United States by the Secretary of the...


The statutory authority for this chapter is contained in the Act of 13 September 1960 (74 Stat. 878, 32 U.S.C. 715), commonly referred to as the National Guard...


For purposes of Secs. 536.70 to 536.81 the following terminology applies: (a) ARNG personnel. A member of the ARNG engaged in training or duty under 32 U.S.C. 316, 502,...


(a) Sections 536.70 through 536.81 apply in all places and set forth the procedures to be followed in the settlement and payment of claims for death, personal injury, or damage to...


(a) Tort claims. All claims for personal injuries, death, or damage to or loss of real or personal property, arising out of incidents occurring on or after 29 December...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR536.74] [Page 268] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 536--CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES--Table of Contents Subpart C--Claims Arising From Activities of National Guard Personnel While Engaged in Duty or Training Sec. 536.74 Claims not payable. The type of claims listed in Sec. 536.24 as not payable are also not payable under Secs. 536.70 through 536.81. ...


incident. Except where claims are regularly paid from State sources, for example, insurance, court of claims, legislative committee, etc., the appropriate adjutant general...


which there is a State source of recovery. Where there is a remedy against the State, as a result of either waiver of sovereign immunity or where there is liability...


ARNG tortfeasor individually. The procedures set forth in Sec. 536.9(f) are applicable. With respect to claims arising before 29 December 1981, an ARNG driver acting...


must be presented. A claim may be settled under Secs. 536.70 through 536.81 only if presented in writing within 2 years after it accrues, except that if it accrues in time of...


be presented. A claim must be presented to the appropriate Federal agency. Receipt of a written claim by any full time officer or employee of the National Guard will...


(a) The form of a claim under Secs. 536.70 through 536.81 will be as described in Sec. 536.5 (d) and (e). (b) So far as they are not inconsistent with Secs. 536.70...


Procedures concerning settlement agreements will be in accordance with Sec. 536.10, except that the agreement will be modified to include a State and its National Guard...


Statutory authority. The statutory authority for Secs. 536.90 through 536.97 is contained in the act of 9 October 1962 (76 Stat. 767, 10 U.S.C. 2737)....


Scope. (a) Sections 536.90 through 536.97 prescribe the substantive bases and special procedural requirements for the administrative settlement and payment, in an amount not...


Claims payable. (a) General. A claim for personal injury, death, or damage to or loss of property, real or personal, is payable under Secs. 536.90 through...


Claims not payable. A claim is not allowable under Secs. 536.90 through 536.97 that-- (a) Results wholly or partly from the negligent or wrongful act of the claimant, his or...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR536.94] [Page 271] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 536--CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES--Table of Contents Subpart D--Claims Incident to Use of Government Vehicles and Other Property of the United States Not Cognizable Under Other Law Sec. 536.94 When claim must be presented. A claim may be settled under Secs. 536.90 through 536.97 only if it is presented in writing within 2 years after it accrues. ...


Procedures. So far as not inconsistent with Secs. 536.90 through 536.97, the procedures for the investigation and processing of claims contained in Secs. 536.1 through 536.13...


Settlement agreement. A claim may not be paid under Secs. 536.90 through 536.97 unless the amount tendered is accepted by the claimant in full satisfaction. A settlement...


Reconsideration. (a) An approval or settlement authority may reconsider the quantum of a claim upon request of the claimant or someone acting in his behalf. In the absence...


General. (a) Purpose. This section prescribes, within the limitations indicated in AR 27-20 (AR 27-20 and other Army Regulations referenced herein are available thru:...


detained by civilians. Whenever information is received that any property belonging to the military service of the United States is unlawfully in the possession of...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR537.6] [Page 275] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 537--CLAIMS ON BEHALF OF THE UNITED STATES--Table of Contents Subpart A--Claims for Damage to or Loss or Destruction of Army (DA) Property Sec. 537.6 Maritime casualties; claims in favor of the United States. See 32 CFR 536.60, which covers claims on behalf of the United States as well as claims against the United States. ...


(a) Statutory authority. Administrative settlement or compromise of admiralty and maritime claims in favor of and against the United States by the Secretary of the Army or...


(a) Authority. The regulations in Secs. 537.21 through 537.24 are in implementation of the Act of September 25, 1962 (76 Stat. 593, 42 U.S.C. 2651-3), Executive...


(a) The right of recovery--(1) Applicable law. The right of the United States to recover the reasonable value of medical care furnished or to be furnished an injured party...


(a) Relations with the injured party--(1) Advice. The injured party, or, in appropriate cases, his guardian, next-of-kin, personal representative, or the executor...


(a) Coordination with the injured party's claim. (1) Every effort will be made to coordinate action to collect the claim of the United States with the injured...


following: (1) United States Treasury checks (standard dollar checks) drawn on the Treasurer of the United States by authorized finance and...


authorized personnel in designated MPC areas. A Military Payment Certificate Area is a particular foreign country(s), or a specific area within a foreign country, that has...


prohibited unless acquired in accordance with Secs. 538.1 through 538.4 and such additional regulations as may be issued by the major overseas commander concerned. (b) Not...


certificates that were acquired legitimately may exchange those certificates for U.S. currency, coin, or dollar instruments, including U.S. Treasury dollar checks under...


461, 471, 472, 481, 521, 541, 591, 611, 641, 651, 661, 681, and 692 expires on 30 September 1980. (b) When found in effects of deceased personnel. Invalidated series of...


military payment certificates, will be referred to the U.S. Army Finance and Accounting Center, ATTN: FINCY-D, Indianapolis, Indiana 46249. The U.S. Army Finance and...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR542.1] [Page 284] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 542--SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES--Table of Contents Sec. 542.1 Purpose. This regulation prescribes policies for administering the Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) and the National Defense Cadet Corps (NDCC). ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR542.2] [Page 284] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 542--SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES--Table of Contents Sec. 542.2 Applicability. This regulation applies to the Department of the Army (including the corps and their units), schools, and personnel associated with applying for these programs. ...


of units established by the Department of the Army (under 10 U.S.C 2031) at public and private secondary schools to conduct student leadership training. Also, a general...


responsiveness to constituted authority. (c) The ability to communicate well both orally and in writing. (d) An appreciation of the importance of physical fitness. ...


participating schools. They provide meaningful leadership instruction of benefit to the student and of value to the Armed Forces. The programs provide unique...


Army JROTC/NDCC programs and announcing policy changes. (b) The Commanding General, US Army Training and Doctrine Command, Ft. Monroe, VA 23651, is responsible for...


instructors must be provided by the school. Although these instructors are subject to Army approval, there is no cost-sharing arrangement as exists for JROTC. Also schools...


claims founded upon contract. (a) Purpose. This regulation provides guidance in investigating and processing contractual claims involving real estate which are to be...


prescribes the general authority and general responsibilities of an installation commander. (b) Applicability. The regulations in this section are applicable to installations...


kind of game animal, game or nongame bird, or to fish on a military reservation or the waters thereof will be issued by the commanding officer. [13 FR 6058, Oct....


(a) Purpose. (1) This regulation establishes procedures governing the entry onto certain Army training areas in Hawaii as defined in paragraph (d) of this section. ...


noted. [[Page 296]] The regulations in Secs. 552.30 to 552.39 set forth the authority, policy, responsibility, and procedure for the acquisition...


definitions apply: (a) Real estate. Real estate includes lands and interests therein, leaseholds, standing timber, buildings, improvements, and appurtenances thereto owned...


and interests therein. While the Federal Government has the inherent power to acquire land for its constitutional purposes, this power can be exercised only at...


estate will be by purchase, condemnation, donation (when the authorization act specifies donation), and exchange (when the authorization act specifies exchange). ...


inadequate for essential mission. No request to acquire real estate by transfer from Navy or Air Force or from another Government agency, or by purchase, lease or condemnation...


it is necessary to enter upon non-Government- owned real estate during site selection, particularly for the purpose of conducting topographic surveys and test borings,...


for construction will be obtained by the district engineer only after a real estate directive or authorization to lease has been issued and then only when...


The Chief of Engineers, under the direction of the Secretary of the Army, is charged with the acquisition of all real estate for the use of the Department of the Army (10...


(a) Authorization. After a maneuver is authorized by the Department of the Army, the Army commander will select the specific areas desired for use. (b) Real estate coverage....


Local commanding officers are authorized, without approval by higher authority, to make leases of camp sites, buildings, and grounds, for troops; office and storage space for...


issued under 15 U.S.C. 1601. Source: 45 FR 73037, Nov. 4, 1980, unless otherwise noted. This regulation-- (a) Prescribes general policy on the...


Department of the Army military and civilian personnel, including Army National Guard and Army Reserve personnel on active duty or annual training. (2) Individuals seeking...


or purchasing of goods, services, or commodities in exchange for money. ``Agent'' includes an individual who receives remuneration as a salesman for an insurer or...


solicitation within their commands and on their installations. These regulations will avoid discriminatory requirements which could eliminate or restrict competition. When...


transaction of commercial business on military installations. These solicitations and transactions must conform to installation regulations (CONUS and overseas) and must...


safeguard the health, morale, and welfare of his personnel, the installation commander may impose reasonable restrictions on the character and conduct of commercial activities....


on military installations in the United States, its territories, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, individuals must present, on demand, to the installation commander, or...


the installation commander. A specific appointment must be made with the individual and must be conducted in family quarters or in other areas designated by the...


(such as nonappropriated fund activities) are restricted to the office of the custodian of the specific fund activity. Business will be conducted during normal...


solicit on Army installations will be in writing and will be valid for periods of 1 year or less. (b) Particular caution must be taken when granting solicitation permission....


Installation commanders will ensure that all agents are given equal opportunity for interviews, by appointment, at the designated areas. (2) DOD personnel will not act in...


services, including life insurance, offered and sold on Army installations must comply with the laws [[Page 308]] of the States (and other civil jurisdictions) in which...


the Army expects that commercial enterprises soliciting military personnel through advertisements appearing in unofficial military publications will voluntarily observe the...


Commission Rule, 16 CFR part 429, p. 233, effective 7 June 1974, pertains to a cooling off period for door-to-door sales. The rule applies to any sale, lease, or rental of...


the Army encourages the acquisition of a sound insurance program that is suitably underwritten to meet the varying needs of the individual and is within his financial means....


Army installation will be by appointment. When setting up the appointment, insurance agents must identify themselves to the prospective purchaser as an agent for a...


(1) Soldiers to be solicited are in grades E-1, E-2, or E-3, and (2) The solicitation of these members is restricted to specified times and locations designated by the...


territories, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, agents may be authorized to solicit on an installation provided-- (1) Both the company and its agents are licensed in...


United States, its territories, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Before a company may be accredited to solicit on a military installation, the commander must receive a letter...


offering various insurance plans to military personnel is recognized. Some associations are not organized within the supervision of insurance laws of either the Federal...


will be made in accordance with Army Regulation 37-104-3. Allotments will not be made to an insurer for the purchase of a commingled sale (e.g., retirement plans, securities). ...


sold on installations by both accepted and accredited insurers will meet all statutory and regulatory requirements of the State or host nation in which the installation is...


or revoke permission of a company and its agents to conduct commercial activities on the installation if [[Page 312]] it is in the best interests of the command. The...


for cause, the installation commander will determine whether to limit suspension to the agent alone or to extent it to the company he represents. This decision will be based...


have apparently occurred, an investigating officer will be appointed (Army Regulation 15-6). The investigating officer will gather sworn statements from all interested...


all cases in which solicitation privileges have been denied or suspended for cause. This includes agents, companies, or other commercial enterprises. Authority to...


the company and the agent will have a chance to show cause why the action should not be taken. ``Show cause'' is an opportunity for the company, the agent, or both to...


the company and the agent, in writing, of the reason. When the installation commander determines that suspension should be extended throughout the Department of the...


installation commanders will be for a specific time. Normally, it will not exceed 2 years. When the suspension period expires, the agent may reapply for permission to solicit at...


Quarterly, HQDA will publish the names of agents and companies whose solicitation privileges have been suspended throughout the Department of the Army. If no change has occurred in...


installation commanders may have the Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board investigate reports that cash or consumer credit transactions offered military personnel by a...


made, or received under any contract shall be in excess of the charge which could be made for such contract under the law of the place in which the contract is signed in the...


(a) This regulation establishes procedures governing entry upon the Army training areas on Ft. Lewis, WA, designated in Sec. 552.84(c) of...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR552.85] [Page 315] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 552--REGULATIONS AFFECTING MILITARY RESERVATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart F--Fort Lewis Land Use Policy Sec. 552.85 Applicability. This regulation is applicable to all military and civilian users of the range complex. ...


(b) AR 405-80 (Granting Use of Real Estate). (c) AR 420-74 (Natural Resources--Land, Forest, and Wildlife Management). (d) FL Reg 215-1 (Hunting, Fishing, and Trapping). (e)...


complex for military training is governed by FL Reg 350-30. Military training always has priority for use of the range complex. (b) Hunting. Hunting, fishing, and trapping on...


as a part of Range Control. (b) Law Enforcement Command. Provide law enforcement and game warden patrols to respond to known or suspected trespassers or other...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR552.89] [Page 316] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 552--REGULATIONS AFFECTING MILITARY RESERVATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart F--Fort Lewis Land Use Policy Sec. 552.89 Activities. (a) Examples of authorized activities are listed in appendix C. (b) Activities listed in appendix D are not authorized on Ft. Lewis and no permit will be issued. ...


Section in Bldg T-6126 to issue permits and grant non-training acess to the range complex. The office is open 0700-1900 hours, seven days a week, for permit processing and...


authorized activities (see appendix C) must register in person at the Ft. Lewis Area Access Section, Bldg T-6127. Minimum age is 18 years, except for active duty...


an organization desiring to conduct a group event. The group leader must register in person at the Ft. Lewis Area Access Section, Bldg T-6127, and must be 21 years of age or...


daily and may be obtained no earlier than six months prior to the event date. Permits for authorized activities may be requested and issued on the day of the event, but must...


must call the Ft. Lewis Area Access Section on the date of entry at the telephone numbers listed on the permit and state the area to be entered, estimated time of entry,...


request that no permit holders be allowed in their areas. Justification must be in the remarks column of HFL Form 473 (Range, Facility and Training Area Request). If...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR552.96] [Page 318] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 552--REGULATIONS AFFECTING MILITARY RESERVATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart F--Fort Lewis Land Use Policy Sec. 552.96 Violations. Anyone observing violators of this or other regulations must report the activity, time, and location to the Ft. Lewis Area Access Section or the Military Police as soon as possible. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR552.97] [Page 318] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 552--REGULATIONS AFFECTING MILITARY RESERVATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart F--Fort Lewis Land Use Policy Sec. 552.97 Communications. The Ft. Lewis Area Access Section communicates by telephone as noted on the permit. Tactical FM contact may be made through Range Operations. ...


This regulation establishes the criteria for possessing, carrying, concealing, and transporting firearms and/or other deadly or dangerous weapons and instruments on...


of Defense (DOD) military; civilian personnel; U.S. Army Reserve/National Guard (USAR/NG) personnel on post for active duty training or inactive training in conjunction...


propelling charges, and primers that are designed to be expelled from a firearm. This includes any type of military and commercial ammunition (ball, tracer, incendiary,...


conceal, transport, store, transfer or sell any of the following weapons or devices on, through or within the confines of Fort Stewart and Hunter AAF installations...


their family members, USAR/NG personnel and civilians employed on, visiting or traveling through this installation may possess legally-defined and privately-owned...


possess firearms, ammunition, knives (with blades longer than 3 inches), bows and arrows, and crossbows, may carry or transport legally possessed and registered (if required)...


or other devices defined in this regulation, that are confiscated pursuant to the commission of a crime or violation of this or other regulation or found...


Reservation Sec. 552.105 Purpose. Source: 52 FR 25862, July 9, 1987. Redesignated at 53 FR 1752, Jan. 22, 1988, unless...


Reservation Sec. 552.106 Applicability. This regulation is applicable to all persons, both military and civilian, who enter the Fort...


Reservation Sec. 552.107 References. (a) AR 190-5 (Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision) (b) AR 190-52 (Countering Terrorism and Other...


Reservation Sec. 552.108 General. (a) Access controls. (1) Fort Lewis is a closed post. Access to the installation is limited to...


Reservation Sec. 552.109 Routine security controls. (a) Unimpeded access. Military vehicles, emergency vehicles, mail delivery...


Reservation Sec. 552.110 Requests for exception. The installation commander or his deputy may grant exceptions to the prohibitions contained...


Reservation Sec. 552.111 Severability. If a provision of this Regulation is declared unconstitutional, or the application thereof to any...


Source: 56 FR 25040, June 3, 1991, unless otherwise noted. To provide enhanced security for the protection of arms, ammunition, explosives (AA&E) and sensitive...


This regulation is to be used in conjunction with the following: (a) AR-190-11 with Forces Command and Training Command Supplement 1 (Physical Security of Arms,...


Violations of the provisions of this regulation are subject to disciplinary actions under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, judicial action as authorized by state...


Applicability. This regulation is applicable to all Active Army, Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), U.S. Army Reserve (USAR), and Army National Guard (ARNG) units training...


weapons--security. Privately owned arms and ammunition will be secured in the manner required for military weapons and ammunition but separate from military...


Commander's Letter of Authorization. The unit commander's written approval to withdraw privately owned weapons from the unit arms room will be attached to the record of...


unit arms room. When privately owned weapons are withdrawn from the arms room, DA Form 3749 (Equipment Receipt), will be turned in and the weapon will be signed out...


Registration and storage. (a) All types of personal weapons to include rifles, shotguns, handguns and antique firearms owned by personnel residing on Fort Lewis Military...


Possession and control. (a) Possession of weapons on the post by civilians is prohibited with the following exceptions: (1) Engaged in authorized hunting. (2) Engaged...


retention of prohibited weapons. Prohibited weapons are defined as: (a) Any instrument or weapon of the kind usually known as a sling shot, sand club, metal...


Personnel not authorized to possess or retain personal weapons. (a) Possession, retention or storage of personal weapons or ammunition by person(s) described below is prohibited: ...


personal weapons other than firearms or handguns. Privately owned weapons, such as knives, swords, air guns, BB guns, cross bows, pellet guns, bow and arrows, of...


privately owned weapons and ammunition. (a) Privately owned firearms and ammunition will be transported in the following manner: (1) Weapons, other than weapons...


confiscated weapons. Commanders will maintain confiscated weapons in the unit arms room pending final disposition. They will provide written notification of...


Source: 56 FR 37130, Aug. 2, 1991, unless otherwise noted. For the purpose of this part, the following definitions apply: (a) Ammunition. Projectiles...


(a) Prohibited items. It is prohibited to possess, carry, conceal, transport, store, transfer or sell any of the following weapons or devices, on, through, or within...


possession and use. All persons entering or otherwise on Fort Gordon may possess legally-defined and privately-owned firearms, ammunition, pellet and BB guns,...


carrying and use. Persons legally authorized to possess firearms, ammunition, knives (with blades longer than 3 inches), bows and arrows, and crossbows, may carry...


confiscated/seized weapons. All weapons, ammunition, explosives, or other devices defined in this subpart, that are confiscated pursuant to the commission of a crime...


Authority: 16 U.S.C. 470; 1531-1543; 18 U.S.C. 1382; 50 U.S.C. 797. Source: 59 FR 42755, Aug. 19, 1994, unless otherwise noted. (a) This subpart...


The restrictions outlined in this subpart apply to all individuals, with the exception of soldiers and Army civilian employees and authorized contractors, who may...


Required and related publications are listed below. U.S. Codes referenced in this subpart can be obtained from the Government Printing Office or can be reviewed in...


(a) For purpose of this subpart, restricted areas on the installation of Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana area defined as training areas A thru J, to include the...


(a) Except for the soldiers, Army civilians and authorized contractors who enter the restricted areas in the performance of their official duties, entry of...


Violations. (a) Any person/persons entering or remaining on any training area as defined in Sec. 552.134 without the advance [[Page 335]] consent of the Commander,...


Authority: 10 U.S. Code, Ch. 47, 21 U.S. Code 801, et seq. Source: 59 FR 31144, June 17, 1994, unless otherwise noted. This part is punitive in nature...


This part does not list all activities or practices prohibited on the installation of Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Various other Army and Fort Jackson regulations...


Prohibited practices. The following activities are prohibited: (a) The possession, delivery, sale, transfer, or introduction into the installation of Fort Jackson of any...


(a) Unit commanders and supervisors shall ensure that newly assigned or attached military and civilian personnel are informed of the prohibitions contained in...


Authority: 16 U.S.C. 470, 1531-1543; 18 U.S.C. 1382; 50 U.S.C. 797. Source: 59 FR 34762, July 7, 1994, unless otherwise noted. [[Page 338]] (a)...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR552.161] [Page 338] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 552--REGULATIONS AFFECTING MILITARY RESERVATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart M--Land Use Policy for Fort Lewis, Yakima Training Center, and Camp Bonneville Sec. 552.161 References. See appendix E to this subpart. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR552.162] [Page 338] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 552--REGULATIONS AFFECTING MILITARY RESERVATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart M--Land Use Policy for Fort Lewis, Yakima Training Center, and Camp Bonneville Sec. 552.162 Abbreviations. See appendix F to this subpart. ...


(a) This subpart is applicable to all military and civilian users of the range complexes at Fort Lewis, Yakima Training Center, and Camp Bonneville. (b) This...


(a) Military training. Use of the Fort Lewis, Yakima Training Center, and Camp Bonneville range complexes for military training is governed by FL Regs 350-30, 350-31,...


(a) Commander, Yakima Training Center: (1) Schedule the Yakima Training Center range complex per FL Reg 350-31 and FL PS 350-2. (2) Process requests...


use. (a) Fort Lewis: (1) Individuals or organizations, military or civilian, desiring access to the Fort Lewis range complex for recreation must obtain a Fort...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR552.167] [Page 340] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 552--REGULATIONS AFFECTING MILITARY RESERVATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart M--Land Use Policy for Fort Lewis, Yakima Training Center, and Camp Bonneville Sec. 552.167 Activities. (a) Authorized activities are listed in appendix C to this subpart. (b) Prohibited activities are listed in appendix D to this subpart. ...


Lewis Area Access Office. (a) DPTM Range Division operates the Area Access Section to issue permits and grant non-training access to the range complex. (b) Area Access...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR552.169] [Page 341] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 552--REGULATIONS AFFECTING MILITARY RESERVATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart M--Land Use Policy for Fort Lewis, Yakima Training Center, and Camp Bonneville Sec. 552.169 Yakima Training Center Area Access Office. The Yakima Training Center DPCA functions as the Area Access Officer (AAO). ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR552.170] [Page 341] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 552--REGULATIONS AFFECTING MILITARY RESERVATIONS--Table of Contents Subpart M--Land Use Policy for Fort Lewis, Yakima Training Center, and Camp Bonneville Sec. 552.170 Camp Bonneville Area Access Office. Camp Bonneville Range Control (CBRC) functions as Area Access. ...


(a) Military unit commanders may request during initial scheduling or subsequent training event coordination that no permit holders be allowed in areas they have...


Anyone observing violators of this or other regulations must report the activity, time, and location to the appropriate Area Access Office or the Military Police (MP)...


Authority: 10 U.S.C. Chapter 27; 16 U.S.C. 470, 1531-1543; 18 U.S.C. 1382; 50 U.S.C. 797. Source: 59 FR 45212, Sept. 1, 1994, unless otherwise noted. This...


This subpart applies to all personnel to include military and civilian personnel assigned to Fort Monroe, residents and visitors to the State of Virginia who utilize the...


Publications referenced in this section may be reviewed in the Office, Directorate of Community and Family Activities, Fort Monroe, Virginia. (a) AR 215-1, Administration...


(a) Director of Community and Family Activities (DCFA) is responsible for the overall operation of the installation fishing program. (b) Directorate of...


(a) Fort Monroe fishing facilities are available for use by authorized personnel on a daily basis. (b) Direct requests for information and/or assistance to the Outdoor...


The following personnel are authorized to fish on Fort Monroe: (a) Active duty and retired military personnel, their family members, and Department of Defense civilian...


Purpose. Authority: 18 U.S.C. Sec. 1382. Source: 62 FR 33998, June 24, 1997, unless otherwise noted. [[Page 346]] This subpart...


Scope. (a) The provisions of this subpart apply to all elements of U.S. Army Garrison, Aberdeen Proving Ground (USAGAPG), and the supported organizations and activities...


Policy. (a) Aberdeen Proving Ground is a non-public forum and is open for expensive activity only under certain circumstances. Aberdeen Proving Ground is a...


Procedures. (a) Any person or persons desiring to protest, picket, or engage in any other similar demonstrations on Aberdeen Proving Ground must submit a...


Responsibilities. (a) Director, Law Enforcement and Security, U.S. Army Garrison, Aberdeen Proving Ground, will furnish police support as needed. (b) Chief Counsel...


Violations. (a) A person is in violation of the terms of this subpart if: (1) That person enters or remains upon Aberdeen Proving Ground when that person is...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR553.1] [Page 349] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 553--ARMY NATIONAL CEMETERIES--Table of Contents Sec. 553.1 Purpose. The following specifies the authority and assigns the responsibilities for the development, operation, maintenance, and administration of the Arlington and Soldiers' Home National Cemeteries, a civil works activity of the Department of the Army. ...


Cemeteries.'' Many of the provisions of this chapter were repealed by section 7(a) of the National Cemeteries Act of 1973 (Pub. L. 93-43, 18 June 1973, 38 U.S.C. 1000...


the Soldiers' Home National Cemetery are governed by this part and TM 10-287. AR 210-190 assigns responsibilities for the operation, maintenance, and administration of Army...


Washington, DC, are under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Army. The Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works is directly responsible to the Secretary of...


the jurisdiction and power of legislation of the United States over Army national cemeteries will, in all courts and places, be held to be the same as is granted by Section...


from legitimate societies and organizations or from reputable individuals, subject to the following provisions: (1) The society, organization, or individual does not...


cemeteries will be maintained by The Adjutant General. (b) New burial sections will be opened and prepared for burials only with the approval of The Adjutant General and...


send to Congress or his designee may send to Congress in January of each year recommendations on the memorials to be erected and the remains of deceased members of the Armed...


removes any tree, shrub, or plant within the limits of the cemetery and to bring that person before any United States magistrate or judge of any district court of the United...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR553.10] [Page 350] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 553--ARMY NATIONAL CEMETERIES--Table of Contents Sec. 553.10 Solicitations. Solicitations to the public of any type of business including the sale of souvenirs and refreshments within the cemetery are prohibited. Violators who do not leave when so ordered or who unlawfully reenter the cemetery after being evicted will be subject to prosecution. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR553.11] [Page 350] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 553--ARMY NATIONAL CEMETERIES--Table of Contents Sec. 553.11 Procurement. Cemetery supplies and services will be procured in accordance with the provisions of the Armed Services Procurement Regulation (ASPR) and the Army Procurement Procedure (APP). ...


to Arlington or Soldiers' Home National Cemetery or to encroach upon any roads or walks thereon and maintained by the United States. (b) Revocable licenses. The...


maintenance, administration, and support of Army national cemetries and will be considered in relation to budgetary reviews within the Department of the Army: (a)...


Stat. 547; 24 U.S.C. 281), and other laws specifically cited in this part authorize burial in Arlington and Soldiers' Home National Cemeteries under such regulations as the...


active duty for training only). (b) Any retired member of the Armed Forces. A retired member of the Armed Forces, in the context of this paragraph, is a retired member of the...


dies on active duty. (b) Any former member of the Armed Forces who served on active duty (other than for training) and whose last service terminated honorably. (c) Any member of...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR553.16] [Page 353] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 553--ARMY NATIONAL CEMETERIES--Table of Contents Sec. 553.16 Persons eligible for burial in Soldiers' Home National Cemetery. The Board of Commissioners of the US Soldiers' and Airmen's Home will prescribe rules governing burial in the Soldiers' Home National Cemetery. [[Page 354]] ...


reason of relationship to an eligible service person even though he/she is dependent upon the service member for support and/ or is a member of his/her household. (b) A person...


and eligible family members. (b) Gravesites will not be reserved. (c) Gravesite reservations made in writing before the one-gravesite- per-family unit policy...


permitted only for cogent reasons. Disinterments and removal of remains will be approved only when all living close relatives of the decedent give their written consent or when a...


markers are provided by the Veterans Administration in accordance with the provisions of the National Cemeteries Act of 1973. When requested by the next of kin, an...


and markers is permitted only in sections of Arlington National Cemetery in which private monuments and markers were authorized as of 1 January 1947. These monuments will be...


visitors to the Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. Applicable Army regulations and directives should be consulted for all other matters not within the scope of...


and procedures applicable to the performance of research and development and tests at Corps of Engineers laboratory installations for other governmental and private...


Experiment Station (WES), the U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL), the U.S. Army Engineer Topographic Laboratories (ETL), the U.S. Army...


(c) AR 70-1. (d) ER 1-1-6. (e) ER 1-1-7. (f) ER 70-1-5. (g) ER 70-1-10. (h) ER 1110-1-8100. (i) ER 1110-2-8150. (j) ER 1140-2-302. (k)...


supplement the performance of work for other Federal Agencies authorized in ER 1140-2-302, and services for State and local governmental units authorized in ER 1140-2-303, and...


Reimbursement for work for the Department of Defense, the Department of the Army, and other Federal Agencies will be in accordance with the procedures prescribed in AR 37-27. ...


and development and tests apply. (a) Major Corps of Engineers Research and Development Laboratories. The major Corps of Engineers research and development organizations...


development laboratories are authorized to submit technical proposals directly to other Federal agencies covering proposed work in their assigned fields except that...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR555.8] [Page 362] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 555--CORPS OF ENGINEERS, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, LABORATORY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AND TESTS, WORK FOR OTHERS--Table of Contents Sec. 555.8 Program documentation. Program documentation will be submitted in accordance with instructions provided by the sponsoring agency with two copies to HODA (DAEN-RD) WASH DC 20314. ...


are to be submitted to HODA with a copy to Commander and Director, CERL. CERL has been assigned the responsibility of Principal Laboratory for Energy R&D. (a)...


a laboratory which falls into a category for which a Principal Laboratory has been designated by DAEN- RD, will be reported to the designated POC in the Principal Laboratory, with...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR562.1] [Page 366] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 562--RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS--Table of Contents Sec. 562.1 Purpose. This regulation gives policies for conducting the Army's Senior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Program. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR562.2] [Page 366] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 562--RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS--Table of Contents Sec. 562.2 Applicability. This regulation applies to the program given at college level institutions and at the college level in military junior colleges. ...


year. A period covering two semesters, or the equivalent, in which a student should complete one-fourth of the baccalaureate degree requirements under a 4-year college curriculum,...


in the Regular Army or the US Army Reserve. (b) Understand the concepts and principles of military art and science. (c) Develop potential to lead and manage. ...


required for the modern Army. The ROTC ensures that men and women educated in a variety of American schools of higher learning are commissioned annually in the Army...


the Department of the Army for ROTC. (b) The Commanding General, US Army Training and Doctrine Command, Ft. Monroe, VA 23651, manages and operates the ROTC program,...


School authorities may apply for a ROTC unit to the region commander of the area in which the school is located or to TRADOC. To be eligible for a unit, the institution must: ...


a continuous exchange of views between the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, the Department of the Army, and the academic community. (b) Membership is drawn from...


and the sources from which medical care is obtained are enumerated in AR 40-3. (b) Elective care. Elective care in civilian medical treatment facilities...


following circumstances: (1) When a disease is contracted or injury is incurred while enroute to, from, or during any type of training or duty under sections 503, 504, 505, and...


in a hospital or at his/her home, appropriate for the treatment of his/her disease or injury until the resulting disability cannot be materially improved by further...


502-505 of title 32, U.S.C., he/ she will, without delay, report the fact to his/her unit commander. Each member will be informed that it is his/her responsibility to comply...


of members of the Army National Guard entitled to burial at Federal expense. (b) Authority. Act of 10 August 1956 (70A Stat. 112) as amended, title 10 U.S.C., sections...


by defining the claims payable thereunder and the procedure for establishing, determining, and settling such claims. They provide the exclusive authorization and...


been granted annually for several years by provisions of the annual Appropriations Act for the Department of Defense. A recent provision is as follows: The following sums...


for payment in money. (b) Private property. Real or personal property, excluding property owned by any government entity, Federal, State, city, county, or town, and...


camps of instruction, including maneuvers, field exercises, training of units and personnel, movement of vehicles, operation of aircraft, maintenance and support of units...


the accident or incident, bars a claim. The law of the place where the accident or incident occurred will be followed in determining whether contributory negligence is present but...


agent or legal representative. The word ``owner'', as so used, includes bailees, lessees, mortgagors, conditional vendors, and subrogees, but does not include mortgagees,...


rise to such claims rests in the adjutants general of the several States. Accordingly, claims received by the National Guard Bureau, or other agencies of the United States, will...


incident. Subject to the foregoing, the amount allowable is the cost, incurred or estimated to be incurred, of replacing the property, or of restoring it to the condition in which...


The procedures simplify and standardize the processing of applicants through the recruiting service. The applicant's ability to meet all requirements or exceptions will...


(2) Prior service. Applicants must be 17 to 34 years old. If 35 or older but less than 55 years, they will qualify if they: (i) Have a minimum of 3 years honorable...


gives the procedures for initiating and processing requests for waiver to meet the basic qualifications for enlistment. (2) All waiver authority. The Commander, U.S....


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR571.4] [Page 383] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 571--RECRUITING AND ENLISTMENTS--Table of Contents Sec. 571.4 Periods of enlistment. Enlistments are authorized for periods of 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 years. The enlistee's option determines the number of years. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR571.5] [Page 383] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 571--RECRUITING AND ENLISTMENTS--Table of Contents Sec. 571.5 Enlistment options. Personnel who enlist in the Regular Army for 2 or more years are authorized certain initial assignment choices. They must meet the criteria given in AR 601-210. Also, a valid Army requirement must exist for the skill under which enlisted. ...


is under the general direction and supervision of the Department of the Army. The Secretary of the Army has designated the Chief of Staff of the Army as the officer in...


the normal requirements for admission to a civilian college or university; each candidate must obtain an official nomination to the Academy. The young person interested in going...


of the cadetships authorized by law. Graduation of the senior class normally leaves about 915 vacancies each year. Candidates are nominated to qualify for these vacancies the year...


obtaining an appointment as outlined in Sec. 575.3. (a) Age. On 1 July of the year admitted to the Military Academy a candidate must be at least 17 years of age and must not...


information regarding the Academy and requirements for admission. This publication may be obtained free of charge from the Registrar, United States Military Academy, West...


acts of valor [[Page 388]] and for exceptional service or achievement. Medals constitute one of the principal forms for such evidence; in the United States Army, medals...


(a) Above and beyond the call of duty. Exercise of a voluntary course of action, the omission of which would not justly subject the individual to censure for failure in...


Figure 1--Army...


Act of 9 July 1918 and Act of 25 July 1963) is awarded in the name of Congress to a person who, while a member of the Army, distinguished himself conspicuously by gallantry...


by Act of 25 July 1963), is awarded to a person who, while serving in any capacity with the Army, distinguishes himself by extraordinary heroism not justifying the award of a...


1918, is awarded to any person who, while serving in any capacity with the Army of the United States, shall have distinguished himself or herself by exceptionally meritorious service...


is awarded to a person who, while serving in any capacity with the Army, is cited for gallantry in action that does not warrant a Medal of Honor or Distinguished Service Cross...


Armed Forces of the United States or of a friendly foreign nation who has distinguished himself or herself by exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of...


awarded to any member of the Armed Forces of the United States and of friendly foreign nations who while serving in any capacity with the Army of the United States, shall...


person who, while serving in any capacity with the Army of the United States, shall have distinguished himself or herself by heroism not involving actual conflict with an armed...


any person who, while serving in any capacity in or with the Army of the United States, on or after December 7, 1941, shall have distinguished himself or herself by heroic...


while serving in any capacity in or with the Army of the United States, has distinguished himself or herself by meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight (Fig....


Medal This decoration is awarded in the name of the Secretary of Defense and shall take precedence with, but before, the Army Commendation Medal when both are worn on...


1945, and amended in Department of the Army General Orders 10, 1960, is awarded to any members of the Armed Forces of the United States who, while serving in any capacity with...


August 7, 1782, and revived by the President on February 22, 1932, is awarded to any member of the Armed Forces of the United States and to any civilian citizen of the United...


civilians of the nations prosecuting the war under the joint declaration of the United Nations and of other friendly foreign nations who have, subsequent to the proclamation of...


is awarded to any person, without regard to nationality, including members of the Armed Forces of the United States for distinguished achievement or outstanding contribution on or...


9586, 6 July 1945, as amended by Executive Order 10336, 5 April 1952, to be awarded to any person other than a member of the Armed Forces of the United States who, after...


Secretary of the Army, is awarded to civilians other than employees of the Department of the Army, who render outstanding service during peacetime which makes a substantial contribution...


the Army in DA General Orders No. 3, 1960, is awarded to private citizens, Federal Government officials at the policy development level, and technical personnel who serve the Army...


acorns on the stem, \13/32\ inch in length for a suspension ribbon and \5/16\ inch in length for a service ribbon is issued in lieu of a decoration for the second or succeeding awards...


United States shall, without the consent of the Congress, accept any present, emolument, office, or title of any kind whatsoever from any king, prince, or foreign state. (Const., Art...


(3) Service ribbons, (4) Palms, (5) Rosettes, (6) Clasps, (7) Arrowheads, (8) Service Stars, (9) Good Conduct Medals, (10)...


medals are likewise issued without cost to an awardee in active Federal military service when his written request includes a statement that the original medal was...


furnished, without charge, for one display at the headquarters of each Army and higher field commander, in the offices of the chiefs of governmental agencies not under...


been awarded subsequent to December 7, 1941, and to whom an appropriate certificate for decoration has not been issued may make application for such certificate by submitting a...


the accomplishment of the mission of an installation, command, or Staff Agency of the Army, or to the welfare of Army personnel, a Certificate of Appreciation has been...


who died in the service of their country, an Accolade signed by the President is issued to the next of kin of record of all military personnel whose death occurred in line of duty...


A Certificate of Honorable Service (DA Form 1563) is issued to the closest next of kin of record in recognition of services rendered by those who die in line of duty while in...


do not meet the standards required for decorations by issuing to individual United States military personnel and United States civilian citizens a Certificate of Achievement. ...


issuance to information media, civic, fraternal, and other types of organizations and groups who have actively supported the Army in its public and community relations...


in specified geographical areas. With the exception of the Medal of Humane Action and the Armed Forces Reserve Medal they are awarded only for active Federal military...


9323 and by Executive Order 10444 is awarded for exemplary behavior, efficiency, and fidelity in active Federal military service. It is awarded on a selective basis to...


in diameter. On the obverse is the head of Lincoln, nearly in profile, facing sinister, surrounded by the words ``With malice toward none, with charity for all.'' On the...


in diameter. On the obverse is a mounted Indian facing sinister, wearing a war bonnet, and carrying a spear in his right hand. Above the horseman are the words ``Indian Wars,''...


in diameter. On the obverse is a conventional castle with the addition of two round- corner towers within a circle composed of the words ``War with Spain'' in the upper half...


inches in diameter. On the obverse is a sheathed Roman sword hanging on a tablet on which is inscribed ``For service in the Spanish War.'' The tablet is surrounded by a wreath....


The medal of bronze is 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse is the coat of arms of the Cuban Republic, with wreath and fasces. Around the circumference are the words...


(a) Description. The medal of bronze is 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse is a conventional castle with the addition of two round- corner towers within a circle composed of the...


inches in diameter. On the obverse is a conventional coconut-palm tree. On the left of it is a lamp of knowledge and on the right the scales of justice. The whole is in a...


1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse is a group composed of a color bearer holding a flag of the United States and supported by two men with rifles on their shoulders, the...


in diameter. On the obverse is the Imperial Chinese five-toed dragon with the head in full face in the middle, within a circle composed of the words ``China Relief Expedition,''...


is 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse is the coat of arms of the Cuban Republic with wreath and fasces, supported by two American soldiers with rifles, at parade rest....


in diameter. On the obverse is the Mexican Yucca plant in flower, with mountains in the background. Above the yucca plant are the words ``Mexican Service'' in the upper half and...


1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse is a sheathed Roman sword hanging on a tablet on which is inscribed ``For service on the Mexican border.'' The tablet is surrounded by a...


36 millimeters in diameter. On the obverse is a winged Victory standing full length and full face. On the reverse is the inscription ``The Great War for Civilization'' and the coat...


of bronze is 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse is a profile of General John J. Pershing, facing dexter in uniform of World War I. Around the upper edge are four,...


medal of bronze is 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse is a female Grecian figure symbolic of defense, holding in her sinister hand an ancient war shield in reverse and...


medal of bronze is 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse is the head of Pallas Athene in profile facing dexter, superimposed on a sheathed sword crossed with oak leaves and a...


bronze 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse a Navy cruiser under full steam with a B-24 airplane flying overhead with a sinking enemy submarine in the foreground on three...


medal of bronze 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse a tropical landing scene with a battleship, aircraft carrier, submarine and aircraft in the background with landing troops and...


A medal of bronze 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse an LST landing craft and troops landing under fire with an airplane in background below the...


medal of bronze is 36 millimeters in diameter. On the obverse is a figure of Liberation standing full length with head turned to dexter looking to the dawn of a new day, right...


consecutive days at a normal post of duty (as contrasted to inspector, visitor, courier, escort, passenger status, temporary duty, or detached service) while assigned to any of...


(a) Description. The medal of bronze is 1\1/4\ inches in diameter. On the obverse is a facsimile of a C-54 airplane within a wreath of wheat centering at the bottom of the coat of arms...


Service between June 27, 1950, and July 27, 1954, under any of the following conditions: (1) Within the territorial limits of Korea or in the waters immediately...


this medal is struck in two designs for award to personnel whose Reserve component service has been primarily in the Organized Reserve or primarily in the National Guard. The first...


Presidential acceptance for the United States Armed [[Page 424]] Forces announced by the Department of Defense November 27, 1951 (directive number 110.23-3). ...


active service for any period between June 27, 1950, and a terminal date to be announced, both dates inclusive. (b) Exclusions. For the purpose of this award, the...


(a) Requirements. Awarded to any person who after January 1, 1946, meets any of the following qualifications: (1) Any member of the Armed Forces of the United States...


for: U.S. Military Operations. U.S. Operations in Direct Support of the United Nations. U.S. Operations of Assistance for Friendly Foreign Nations. ...


a bar 1\3/8\ inches in width and \3/8\ inch in length, equipped with a suitable attaching device. A service ribbon is issued with each service medal. [17 FR 914, Jan....


of the Philippines, 1944. (1) Description. A silk moire ribbon \3/8\ inch in length and 1\3/8\ inches in width composed of a red stripe (\7/32\ inch), a white...


the United States Armed Forces announced by Department of Defense Instruction 1348.10, December 6, 1960. (a) Eligibility. Personnel to qualify for award must be or have been...


the corresponding service medals and appurtenances, on a scale of \1/2\. (b) Wearing. Miniature service medals with miniature appurtenances are worn attached to a bar on the...


a scale of \1/2\. (b) Wearing. Miniature service ribbons with miniature appurtenances are worn attached to a bar on civilian clothes only. [13 FR 6802, Nov....


World War II Victory Medal, are authorized. (1) Eligibility requirements. Same as for the service medals listed in Secs. 578.27 through 578.39, 578.41 through 578.46, 578.48...


manufacture and sale of service medals and appurtenances by civilians. (b) Penalties for illegal possession and wearing of service medals and appurtenances. [13 FR 6802, Nov....


evidence of the attainment of a high degree of skill, proficiency, and excellence in tests and competition, as well as in the performance of duties. Awards of badges promote esprit...


performance of duties under hazardous conditions and circumstances of extraordinary hardship as well as special qualifications and successful completion of prescribed courses...


of a high degree of skill in the operation and maintenance of motor vehicles. Component bars are authorized only for the following types of vehicles and/or qualifications: ...


(i) The Army Disability Review Board (called the review board in this section) is an administrative agency created within the Department of the Army under authority of section...


(b) Explanation of terms--(1) Legal consultant of the Army Discharge Review Board (ADRB). An officer of The Judge Advocate General's Corps assigned to the ADRB to provide opinions...


correction of military records by the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Army Board for Correction of Military Records (ABCMR). (2) Statutory authority. Title 10...


procedures on-- (1) Support and nonsupport of family members. (2) Child custody. (3) Paternity claims. (4) Adoption proceedings involving...


procedures on-- (1) Support and nonsupport of family members. (2) Child custody. (3) Paternity claims. (4) Adoption proceedings involving...
...


male Army soldiers. These procedures apply to claims made in the continental United States and in foreign countries. They apply to claims made by the claimant or on behalf of...


applies to those situations where another person is trying to adopt a legitimate or illegitimate child of a soldier. A child born in or out of wedlock normally may not be put up...


wedlock in a foreign country of an American citizen father and an alien mother does not automatically gain U.S. citizenship. The child must first be legally acknowledged by the...


and paternity claims against former soldiers or other not on active duty will be sent to the Commander, U.S. Army Reserve Components Personnel and Administration...


BAQ at the rates prescribed for soldiers ``with dependents'' under certain conditions. The Department of Defense Military Pay and Allowances Entitlements Manual (DODPM)...


retirement payments to enforce court-ordered child support and alimony obligations that are in arrears. It includes foreign court orders when-- (i) Required by treaty...


soldiers on active duty as child, or child and spousal, support payments when-- (1) The soldier has failed to make payments under a court order for 2 months or in a total...


impose criminal sanctions of a DoD member, employee, or family member. (b) DoD Employee. A civilian employed by a DoD Component, including an individual paid...


Directive 552 5.9, ``Compliance of DoD members, employees, and family members outside the United States with court orders.'' This guidance applies to all soldiers and Department of...


Army personnel on active duty or inactive duty for training in overseas areas. This includes the National Guard when federalized. (b) Department of the army civilian employees,...


for assistance pursuant to this section must forward the request, with appropriate court orders, as follows: (1) For soldiers and members or their family, to the soldier's...


(1) Prescribes procedures for loan of Army-owned property to recognized National Veterans' Organizations for National or State conventions as authorized...


(1) Cites the statutory authority for, and prescribes the methods and conditions of sale of certain weapons, ammunition, and related items as specified herein. ...


to the Boy Scouts of America and the Girl Scouts of America. (b) Guidance. (1) Issues are made under the provisions of the loan agreement and reimbursement is made...


``loan'' includes a lease. (b) Applicability. (1) This regulation applies to all Department of the Army (DA) agencies, commands, installations, and...


``loan'' includes a lease. (b) Applicability. (1) This regulation applies to all Department of the Army (DA) agencies, commands, installations, and...
...


A situation may be so serious that waiting for instructions or approval from a higher authority is unwarranted. Commanders will then take action as required to save human...


surety bond (if required), and written loan authorization from the approving authority, the loan request will be converted to Military Standard Requisitioning and...


activities will be handled as a normal loan according to instructions in this section with the added requirement of maintaining serial number visibility. Loans of arms...


loan of Army materiel. (ii) Loans to non-DOD Federal activities are made on the basis that there will be no extra cost to the Army. Costs that are in addition to normal...


Commands and agencies providing aircraft piracy support will initially report through command channels by telephone to the HQDA, (DAMO-ODS). (Para 4, app B.) Confirmation will be...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR625.1] [Page 522] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 625--SURFACE TRANSPORTATION--ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLE MANAGEMENT--Table of Contents Sec. 625.1 Purpose. This regulation provides guidance, and authorizes dependents to accompany a Corps employee on Temporary Duty (TDY) in a Government-owned or leased motor vehicle. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR625.2] [Page 522] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 625--SURFACE TRANSPORTATION--ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLE MANAGEMENT--Table of Contents Sec. 625.2 Applicability. This regulation is applicable to all field operating agencies authorized to operate or lease Administrative Use Motor Vehicles. ...


Gen. 844(1946) B-57732. (c) Comptroller General Decision, 54 Comp. Gen. 855(1975) B-178342. (d) Comptroller General Decision, B-190440, 20 January 1978. (e) DOD...


of field operating agencies may authorize dependents to accompany a [[Page 523]] Corps of Engineers employee during official travel when using...


employee in a government-owned, consigned or leased motor vehicle, a Dependent Travel Waiver of Liability will be obtained prior to each and every trip. Suggested language for...


safety policy, responsibilities, and procedures for biological defense research, development, test, and evaluation (RDTE) operations. (b) DA Pam 385-69 prescribes the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR626.2] [Page 524] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 626--BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE SAFETY PROGRAM--Table of Contents Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 626.2 References. Required and related publications are listed in appendix A of this part. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR626.3] [Page 524] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 626--BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE SAFETY PROGRAM--Table of Contents Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 626.3 Explanation of abbreviations and terms. Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the appendix B of this part. ...


Environment) (ASA(IL&E)) establishes overall Army occupational safety and health policy and maintains oversight of the following-- (1) All aspects of environment,...


agents being investigated by DA for biological defense purposes. (b) Specific biological safety requirements and guidance are contained in DA...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR626.6] [Page 526] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 626--BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE SAFETY PROGRAM--Table of Contents Subpart B--Biological Defense Safety Policy and Procedures Sec. 626.6 Mishap reporting and investigation. Biological defense RDTE related mishaps will be reported and investigated per AR 385-40 and AR 40-400. Med 16 Report will be used to report only personnel exposure or illness related to the BDP. ...


for safety in BDP operations is to minimize the potential exposure of personnel to etiologic agents. In practice, this means conducting RDTE activities using the...


appropriate biocontainment equipment will be used, in conjunction with special practices and procedures, to minimize potential exposure of personnel and the environment to...


for BL-1 and BL-2 and monthly for BL-3 and BL-4 laboratories), inspections by safety and health professionals. Safety officials will document the inspections, assure...


in the BDP shall be packed, labeled, marked, prepared for shipment, and shipped in accordance with applicable Federal, State, and local laws and regulations, to include 42 CFR...


as well as for changes in use of facilities, will be submitted through the chain of command to HQDA, Army Safety Office, DACS-SF, WASH DC 20310-0200 for safety review...


the RDTE conducted in the BDP, the range of potential consequences that could be associated with a mishap must be considered. MCE is a risk analysis technique which provides a...


not be allowed to enter potentially hazardous areas. (b) Written procedures to control access and ensure that personnel can be evacuated or protected from exposure may...


program is strict adherence to safety standards and the elimination of all waivers and exemptions. (b) Waiver authority. (1) The Chief of Staff, Army (CSA) is...


procedures for reviewing contractor capability to safely perform BDP work with etiologic agents. The written procedures will describe the criteria and guidelines for...


safety offices will monitor contractor performance in meeting safety requirements. (a) The contracting agency will establish an inspection program and schedule for...


documentation to the contracting agency for review prior to implementation. Requests will include justification and test data verifying that adequate safety will...


must prepare a plan detailing procedures for controlling laboratory mishaps involving etiologic agents. (1) The contractor shall have the necessary equipment and...


assure that maximum safety and health measures are being taken to prevent mishaps involving BDP etiologic agents in any amount or under any conditions that may cause...


an etiologic agent or system when it becomes necessary to investigate the condition or changes described below. The responsbile HQDA agency will determine the scope and conduct...


This pamphlet prescribes the technical safety requirements for the use, handling, shipment, storage, and disposal of etiologic agents used in research, development, test, and...


Army BDP, on behalf of the Department of Defense, supports RDTE efforts to maintain and develop defensive measures and materiel to meet potential biological warfare threats....


The requirements stated in this pamphlet apply to all elements of the Army to include the ARNG and the USAR and its contractors and subcontractors who use, produce, store, handle, or...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR627.4] [Page 536] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 627--THE BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE SAFETY PROGRAM, TECHNICAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS (DA PAMPHLET 385-69)--Table of Contents Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 627.4 References. Required and related publications are listed in appendix A of this part. ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR627.5] [Page 536] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 627--THE BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE SAFETY PROGRAM, TECHNICAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS (DA PAMPHLET 385-69)--Table of Contents Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 627.5 Abbreviations and terms. Abbreviations and special terms used in this part are explained in appendix F of this part. ...


Each BDP institution must have a safety program that complies with AR 385-10, AR 385-69, and this pamphlet. In addition, the safety program must be designed to ensure compliance...


The goals of the laboratory safety program are to protect those working in the laboratory, others who may potentially be exposed to hazards in the laboratory, and...


An occupational health program will be implemented per AR 40-5, chapter 5, for all employees whose employment requires that they conduct duties in a BDP etiologic agent area....


will maintain medical records in accordance with AR 40-66 and FPM 293-31 for all military and Department of the Army (DA) civilian employees who work with etiologic agents...


(a) Medical. Before to assignment to work with etiologic agents, personnel will be evaluated by the appropriate medical personnel with respect to their assignment and will...


(a) Evaluation of the risks. The risk assessment of laboratory activities involving the use of etiologic agents is ultimately a subjective process. Those risks associated...


The general requirements for use of etiologic agents are composed of two sets of requirements, with the requirements for toxins being a subset of the requirements...


(a) Requirements beyond those for all etiologic agents. BL-1 operations follow the general techniques described in Secs. 627.12(a) and 617.12(b). (b) Additional...


(a) Additional requirements. In addition to the general microbiological techniques stated in Sec. 627.13, BL-2 operations include the following requirements: (1) When...


(a) Additional requirements. In addition to the requirements stated in Secs. 627.13 and 627.14, the following requirements apply-- (1) Approved molded masks or respirators with...


Laboratory work at BL-4 must follow the requirements stated in Secs. 627.13, 627.14 and 627.15 as well as the following: (a) All activities are conducted in Class III...


facilities, equipment, and procedures appropriate for work with toxins of biological origin must reflect the intrinsic level of hazard posed by a particular toxin as well as...


(a) Introduction. All laboratories will establish specific emergency plans for their facilities. Plans will include liaison through proper channels with local emergency groups and...


(a) Large-scale. In addition to the requirements stated in Sec. 627.13, the following applies to research or production activities involving viable etiologic agents in...


Operations that combine etiologic agents with radioactive material present unique problems. When this is the case, the following apply: (a) Radiation program....


Personal protective equipment (PPE) includes clothing and equipment used to protect the laboratory worker from contact with infectious, toxic, and corrosive agents, as well as...


for use of etiologic agents. Individuals required to wear PPE will be trained in its proper use. The PPE listed below is the minimum required when etiologic agents...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR627.23] [Page 554] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 627--THE BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE SAFETY PROGRAM, TECHNICAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS (DA PAMPHLET 385-69)--Table of Contents Subpart D--Personal Protective Equipment Sec. 627.23 Biosafety level 1. This level requires only the minimum attire described in Sec. 626.22. ...


This level requires the following additions to the minimum clothing specified in Sec. 627.22: (a) Laboratory. Gloves (type dependent on the application) will be worn when...


The outer clothing worn in these facilities must never be worn outside the facility. Color-coded clothing that is worn only in the facility is recommended to remind individuals not...


Street clothing must be removed in an outer clothing change room and kept there. Clothing worn in the facility will be removed in an inner change room and a shower taken...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR627.27] [Page 555] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 627--THE BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE SAFETY PROGRAM, TECHNICAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS (DA PAMPHLET 385-69)--Table of Contents Subpart D--Personal Protective Equipment Sec. 627.27 Large-scale (LS) operations. The clothing requirements for these are the same as for the corresponding biosafety levels for laboratory operations. ...


dry forms of toxins in closed containers. In addition to the minimum clothing specified in Sec. 627.22, disposable gloves or gloves designed to protect against the diluent will...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 32, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 32CFR627.29] [Page 555] TITLE 32--NATIONAL DEFENSE CHAPTER V--DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PART 627--THE BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE SAFETY PROGRAM, TECHNICAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS (DA PAMPHLET 385-69)--Table of Contents Subpart D--Personal Protective Equipment Sec. 627.29 Dry forms of toxins handled in open containers. In addition to the requirements stated in Sec. 627.28, the requirements stated in Sec. 627.18(c) apply. ...


Sec. 627.18(e). The clothing requirements for this section are for the emergency procedures specified in Sec. 627.18(e). Because situations can occur and there is no feasible...


individual PPE items. (a) Aprons. Simple plastic or rubber aprons. (b) Boots. When boots must be worn with an apron, the apron should cover [[Page 556]] the...


Introduction. All material or equipment that is potentially contaminated with etiologic agents must be rendered nonhazardous before disposal. This chapter...


(a) Autoclave. The use of wet heat is the most dependable procedure for destroying all forms of microbial life. An autoclave employs saturated steam under a pressure...


Inactivation is the first step in the disposal of etiologic agents or materials that are potentially contaminated with them. All contaminated or potentially contaminated materials must...


The CDC of the Public Health Service (PHS), the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Department of...


The commander or institute director will establish the following controls to ensure that etiologic agents are transported with proper authorization, controls,...


Importation of etiologic agents is subject to the Public Health Service Foreign Quarantine Regulations (42 CFR 71.156). Examples of permits authorizing...


Shipping unmarked and unidentified etiologic agents is prohibited. Etiologic agents will be packaged, labeled, and shipped according to the requirements found in...


The packaging and labeling requirements cited above must be followed for the local transport of etiologic agents and diagnostic specimens by courier or by...


Additional requirements for importation, shipment, and transportation of infectious agents and hazardous materials that must be followed are contained in...


further information on shipment of etiologic agents. (a) Guide for Transportation of Hazardous Materials, Vol. 4(1), February 10, 1975. Copies are obtainable from the Office...


of the facility is important in providing a secondary barrier to protect individuals inside and outside the facility. Because the hazards presented by various organisms and...


Each laboratory used for this level will, as a minimum, have the following features: (1) A sink for handwashing. (2) Work surfaces that are impervious to water...


Each laboratory used for this level of hazard will have, in addition to the requirements stated in Sec. 627.43(a), the following: (1) An autoclave available. ...


(a) General requirements. Each suite used as a laboratory or in which infected animals are housed will, as a minimum, have the following features: (1) Physical separation from...


The engineering controls within the facility must provide absolute biological containment. All procedures with etiologic agents requiring this biosafety level of facilities, equipment,...


The following requirements apply to facilities in which an individual culture of viable etiologic agents exceed 10 liters: (a) BL-1 LS. In addition to the laboratory requirements...


for all facilities in which toxins are used are as follows. Such facilities will-- (a) Have a ventilation system that provides three to six air changes per hour, and...


As required by the OSHA and recommended by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and the CDC, engineering controls and proper microbiological techniques are the primary means...


(a) Description. The Class I biological safety cabinet (figure H-I in appendix F to this part) is a ventilated cabinet for personnel protection only. The cabinet provides...


cabinet. All Class II biological safety cabinets (figure H-II in appendix F to this part) are ventilated cabinets for personnel and product protection, having an open front...


(a) Description. These cabinets (figure H-III in appendix F to this part) are totally enclosed, ventilated cabinets of gas-tight construction. Operations are...


in which etiologic agents are handled must use proven technologies to provide optimal containment. Fume hood placement, design, and capture testing requirements for use in designing...


Description. A glove box is an enclosure that provides a positive barrier from liquids, solids, and chemical vapors. A glove box has viewing ports and glove ports for access. The...


(a) Description. A ventilated balance enclosure is a box that surrounds a balance and has a small open area for access and handling material in the front. Air is exhausted...


There are a number of cage-ventilated enclosures in which infected animals may be housed at levels corresponding to the various classes of biological safety cabinets. A...


There are a number of cage-ventilated enclosures in which infected animals may be housed at levels corresponding to the various classes of biological safety cabinets. A...
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