Documentation of Civil Rights training for all trained staff must be kept on file by the agency. Mandatory Annual Training Training is required of all staff and volunteers on an annual basis. In addition to covering civil unrest doctrine for OCONUS operations, FM 319.
15 addresses domestic unrest and the military role in providing assistance to civil authorities requesting it for civil disturbance operations. It provides the commander and his staff guidance for An Executive Order to wipe out, in our armed service what has been accepted as standard within military units and in many communities over the land, had all the appearances of an extreme act. Four years ago the entire concept of integrating whites and Negroes in our armed forces was roundly denounced by many politicians and top military brass among them the Republican Presidential nominee, Gen.
EXTERNAL. CIVIL RIGHTS MANUAL. January 2018. Prepared by. North Dakota Department of Transportation. 608 East Boulevard Avenue. Bismarck, North Dakota Get this from a library! Military civil rights manual. [United States. Coast Guard. 3. DIRECTIVES AFFECTED. The Coast Guard Equal Opportunity Manual, COMDTINST M5350.
4A is cancelled. 4. MAJOR CHANGES. Major changes in this Manual include: a. Improved explanation of the duties& responsibilities of field Civil Rights Service Providers (Area Civil Rights Directors, Civil Rights Officers, Equal Opportunity Advisors, etc.
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Coast Guard Civil Rights Manual. Complaint Process. Total Workforce Engagement in Preventing Harassment SKYWARD DOCUMENTATION OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS MANUAL Revised: Page 1 of 25 Version. 00. 03 Office of Civil Rights CRDC Manual Terminology MILITARY GOVERNMENT AND CIVIL AFFAIRS This manual, War Department Field Manual 275 and C. Supervision of Military and Civil Recommendations for improvements to the Coast Guard Civil Rights Manual should be submitted to Commandant Affirmative Civil Rights Goals for Military Personnel b.
Assistance to military operations is rendered by (1) Maintaining order. (2) Promoting the security of the occupying forces. (3) Preventing interference with military opera tions. (4) Reducing active and passive sabotage.
(5) Releasing combat troops from civil administra tion. (6) Mobilizing local resources in aid of military ob jectives.