An interior guard system is installed by a commander of all military installations to preserve, protect property, and enforce military regulations. Security is part of the composition of the interior guard system. Separate units are responsible for posting interior guards in their areas.
What are interior guard system and its elements?
The elements of an interior guard are classi- fied according to their purposes. They include the main guard (chapter 3) and special guards (park, train, boat, and other guards detailed for specific purposes). Generally, the interior guard consists of a system of patrols and fixed posts (fig. 1).
What are the two types of interior guard?
There are two types of relief: formal and informal. In a formal relief the INDIVIDUAL EFFECTING THE RELIEF DIRECTLY SUPERVISES the post and relief procedure. IN AN INFORMAL RELIEF THER IS NO DIRECT SUPERVISION.
What are the duties and responsibilities of the Interior Guard?
preserve order, protect property, and enforce regulations within the jurisdiction of the command. The establishment of an interior guard is a command decision authorized to the commanding officer of a ship, regiment/group or higher, and separate/detached units.
What is the difference between interior guard and exterior guard?
This is a term used in this manual to differentiate from interior guard. Exterior guards are those guards whose duties and responsibilities are different from those set down for interior guards. Exterior guard is not as formal and restricted as interior guard.
What is the purpose of the interior guard?
Interior Guard. The guard detailed by a Commander to preserve order, protect property and enforce regulations within the jurisdiction of his/her command.
What is the 1st general order?
1st General Order I will guard everything within the limits of my post and quit my post only when properly relieved. 2nd General Order I will obey my special orders and perform all my duties in a military manner.
What is the 8th general order?
8. To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder.
What regulation covers guard duty?
Guard Duty (FM 22-6)
Why is Quarter Guard called Quarter Guard?
Some said it was a quarter of a fifty man guard of honour. Others, more into history, claimed it came from the Indian Army when it referred to a group of soldiers given the responsibility to guard the quarters. Because of that, in the early years, it was known as The Quarters’ Guard.
Is the Army value that permits you to face fear danger or adversity?
Face fear, danger or adversity (physical or moral). Personal courage has long been associated with our Army.