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This is for officers who are assigned to Honor/Color Guard Units. Here we can exchange thoughts and ideas, techniques, training, etc.
Website: http://currently under re-construction
Location: Easton, Maryland
Latest Activity: Feb 2
Started by Michael Henry Apr 9, 2015.
Started by Michael Henry. Last reply by Michael Henry Apr 9, 2015.
Started by Michael Henry May 16, 2011.
I have been give the task of starting an Honor Guard for my agency. I am in the process and would appreciate any input. Does anyone have a policy / procedure manual that they could email me? Also, looking for ideas on selection criteria and anything else that will help me get started. Thanks in advance!
You may want to contact Lt. Henry, Easton Police Department (comment below) for information. They conduct an annual Honor Guard Seminar that you may also find informational. We've had officers from all over the Atlantic seaboard states attending. Some have been back several times.
Towson University Police Dept.
I would like to see if someone has addressed this issue before. The question is when in full uniform with a cover and you are indoors and the Pledge of Allegiance is being said do you salute or put your hand over your heart? I know the Pledge of Allegiance rates Present Arms. So, please give me some feed back. Thanks, Sal Carmona
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My thoughts are that when ever under cover you would salute. No cover the hand goes over the heart, same as with the National Anthem.
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