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The Institute of Heraldry, U. Historical research collections a. The Chief Historian will— 1 Serve as the senior professional 8700-5 at the Center of Military History and the principal historical advisor tothe Chief of Military History.
These projects can be Command-sponsored, cooperative Army Command-Center of Military History efforts, or individual research projects. Items must be reported atleast 90 days in advance of inactivation or discontinuance with a copy of the inactivating or discontinuing 8770-5. Army organizations have available to them a variety of official historical publications that may be useful inthe preparation of a unit history, including volumes, monographs, and reports on general Army history and on specificperiods, areas, and subjects.
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Publications of the U. Such objects also may not have been sodesignated but, because of their age or obvious historical significance, are inherently historical artifacts. A selection committee of five persons, appointed by the Chief of Military History,will consist of the Army Art Curator, two military field artists, and two museum or art curators. The report will be narrative in form and cover specific operations or activities as directed by thetheater commander and historian in coordination with the Chief of Military History.
A Military History Team-A MHT—A customarily is comprised of twosenior noncommissioned officers who would augment a historical staff ae a headquarters. Publication of unit histories by a U.
Fellows are required to visit the center at the beginning and end of their fellowships. An index is required for Annual Command Histories.
87-5 person should be amilitary officer with the specialty identifier 5X historian or can be a civilian. A history office will consist of a command historian, one or more additional professional Army historians, andappropriate support personnel, such as archivists or curators.
Army historical products for Armywide distribution are usually prepared by the Center of Military History. Army Materiel Command para a.
Historical artifacts and art held 870–5 custody ra any Army agency or organization, including those held overseas,are part of the Army Historical Collection and will be accounted for, cataloged, preserved, transferred, and disposed ofin accordance with AR — Each ACOM, ASCC, DRU, and the National Guard Bureau will establish and maintain a Command HistoricalPublications Program for all research and writing projects currently underway in their history office and in itssubordinate elements that are either intended for distribution within the command command historical publications orArmywide as co-publications with the Center of Military History.
Has the organization conducted oral history interviews in accordance with paras 8—2 and 8—3? The pro- for ag and continuing the groupponent may delegate this approval author- Supplementation. Army will ensure that coats of arms and distinctive unit insignia for MTOEorganizations are based on their official lineage and honors.
Only one special designation will be approved for any color-bearing, flag-bearing, or separate guidon-bearingorganization, except as provided in paragraph e, below. See para 5—4, below. Digitally preserved documents must be in formats that conform toDOD and Army records management standards AR 25——2.
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AR 870-5 Military History Responsibilities, Policies, and Procedures
Theseactivities are training, for which training funds should be used. They are compiled for reference purposesand are not considered official Army records. Arbitrary establishment of historical continuity between old and new units will be avoided. FunctionThis checklist covers the administration of military history in the Army. Send applications for approval of Unit Day, accompanied by the 87-05 for their selection, to the U.
The director is theaccountable custodian for the artifacts and supervises one or more other staff members of lesser grade. Detailedguidance for conducting after-action interviews, the preparation of combat after-action reports CAARsand thedisposition of interviews are in Oral History: Conservation is an action that minimizes the chemical and physicaldeterioration of objects.
Extreme care,therefore, must be taken to prevent the loss, damage, or destruction of historical artifacts or artwork. A copy of each unit history a be forwarded upon publication to the U. The responsibility for the storage, care, and accountability for historical and retired United States flags, distin-guishing flags, streamers, companion-sized U. Army Command and General Staff College. During the second visit, fellows are required to reporton their work during the previous year.