Guard Duty

Guard Duty


Manual of Guard Duty

Manual of Guard Duty


Interior Guard Duty

Interior Guard Duty


Training Circular TC 3 22 6 Guard Duty Change 1 December 2019

The principal audience for this publication includes individual Soldiers and leaders throughout the Army.TC 3-22.6 implements DA Form 1594 (Daily Staff Journal or Duty Officer's Log).This manual applies to the Regular Army, the Army ...

Training Circular TC 3 22 6 Guard Duty Change 1 December 2019

This U.S. Army manual, Training Circular TC 3-22.6 Guard Duty Change 1 December 2019, provides all Soldiers the doctrinal basis for the detailing, and performance of guard duty. For the purpose of this TC, the term guardhouse refers to any building or area in which the guard will be housed when not physically at a guard post.For ease in distinguishing a preparatory command from a command of execution, the commands of execution appear in BOLD CAP letters and preparatory commands appear in italic letters. The principal audience for this publication includes individual Soldiers and leaders throughout the Army.TC 3-22.6 implements DA Form 1594 (Daily Staff Journal or Duty Officer's Log).This manual applies to the Regular Army, the Army National Guard (ARNG)/National Guard of the United States (ARNGUS), and the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) unless otherwise stated.

Training Circular Tc 3 22 6 Guard Duty January 2017

Training Circular TC 3-22.6 Guard Duty January 2017 This manual is for personnel concerned with the organization and functions of interior and exterior guard.

Training Circular Tc 3 22 6 Guard Duty January 2017

Training Circular TC 3-22.6 Guard Duty January 2017 This manual is for personnel concerned with the organization and functions of interior and exterior guard. It includes orders, countersigns, parole words, and the responsibility of the main guard including duties of personnel and the formal method of mounting the guard. The manual also discusses the duties and composition of special guards. This manual is a guide, and because all possible situations and eventualities cannot be foreseen or covered by the manual, great reliance must be placed upon the application of sound judgment by all members of a guard and by all security personnel, which ultimately leads to the ethical application of force when warranted. In situations not covered by this manual and where doubt arises as to the proper action to be taken, as an Army professional, the individual must consider the mission, their orders and apply sound judgment in making the required decision(s).

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AS 1913 ( a21cl , Library , Military Information Division U. S. Var dopt . U.S. Wir
dopt . 0193 X4 Bencroh Kennon , Lyman Walter Vere , 1858 A manual of guard
duty , prepared by Lieutenant L. W. V. Kennon ... Pub . by authority of the War ...

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