DrillMaster Honor Guard MTL-MTP


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DRILLMASTER HONOR GUARD Master Task List and Master Training Plan Page 1 of 5 Updated Jan 2015 OBJECTIVE This training plan is designed to teach prospective Honor Guard (HG) members the basics they need to graduate training and move to the ceremonial team. OVERVIEW: Instructors will observe trainees and grade on a GO/NO-GO basis. Perfection is the standard. Trainees will: A. Arrive on-time for all practice sessions; tardiness is not tolerated and a no-show for training will mean removal from the HG. B. Display motivation to learn. C. Perform assigned tasks without error. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: We work with inoperative M1 Garand facsimiles and fully-functional M-14 rifles. Trainees and Honor Guard members must NEVER point any weapon at anyone. Bayonets are not part of initial training. We also work with swords and our flagstaffs have pointed Army spears (also called “spades”; at the top) and ferrules (at the bottom). TRAINING TASKS (3- and 5-Skill Levels): Training lasts approximately 28 hours (two hours after duty from 1630 to 1830, M-F for 2.5 weeks with regular HG training on a set weekday from 1500 to 1700). Adhere to the following guidelines while conducting training:
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  • Fall '16
  • At Ease, Honor Guard, Master Task List

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