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When mounted on a staff (pike) and carried by an individual on foot, or
displayed or cased in a fixed location, the national flag is called the....
National Colors
When mounted on a vehicle, the national flag is called the
National Standard
Whenever the colors are brought forward of the line of troops (e.g., trooping
the colors, for retirements, awards, etc.) the command must....
Present Arms
The standard weapon used for the color guard is the
M16A2 service rifle.
The national and organizational colors are only destroyed when;
they have
become soiled beyond cleaning, torn beyond repair and to keep them from falling
into enemy hands.
The ceremonial hoisting and lowering of the National Ensign will consist of...
one noncommissioned officer and two enlisted members
of the guard will hoist and lower the ensign.
The ensign is flown from the...
peak or truck of the
mast, except when directed to be flown at half-mast
Lowering the National Ensign at Half Mast...
If at half-mast, it is first hoisted smartly to the peak on the first note of the music, and then slowly lowered
Salutes to the national flag are rendered per
U.S. Navy Regulations
Color guards carrying the Navy and Marine Corps service colors will consist of
five members, three Marines and two Navy members. The national color bearer and
commander of the color guard will be a Marine.
A Joint Armed Forces Color Guard will consist of....
eight members; three Army, two
Marine, one Navy, one Air Force, and one Coast Guard. The national color bearer
and commander of a joint color guard will be a soldier. The respective service
colors are aligned to the left of the national colors per DoD directives. (See
figure 7-4c.) For color guards involving service academies, reserve or National
Guard colors, refer to chapter 14, for the proper precedence.
Massed colors is when...
a regimental or larger unit commander desires to have all of that command's subordinate colors in the color guard.
Left to right..Joint Armed Forces Color Guard is formed how...
8 people.
Marine(left rifelman), Coast Guard Colors, Airforce Colors, Navy Colors, Marine Colors, Army Colors, National Colors (Army), Army (Right Rifleman)