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Unformatted text preview: MILITARY QUARTERS HANDBOOK UNITED STATES ARMY GARRISON BAUMHOLDER DIRECTORATE OF PUBLIC WORKS HOUSING DIVISION APO AE 09034 I M E U- B M H- P W H 1 M a y 2 8 UNITED STATES ARMY GARRISON - BAUMHOLDER DIRECTIVE 420-1 MILITARY QUARTERS HANDBOOK PURPOSE: To establish United States Army Garrison Baumholder policy, responsibilities, and procedures promoting harmonious and cooperative community living and to define the relationship between the United States Army Garrison Commander and occupants of government controlled quarters. APPLICABILITY: This directive applies to all occupants of government controlled family housing, officer quarters (OQ), senior enlisted quarters (SEQ), and enlisted quarters (EQ) within United States Army Garrison - Baumholder. GENERAL: High standards of police, sanitation, and discipline in Family housing, OQ, SEQ, and EQ areas are the primary responsibility of the United States Army Garrison Baumholder Commander. To obtain these high standards, a chain of command is established as follows: Senior Tactical Commander (STC), United States Army Garrison Baumholder Commander, Sub-installation Coordinator (SIC), Area Coordinator (AC), Building Coordinator (BC), Stairwell/Floor Coordinator (SC/FC), and Sponsor/Resident. In the event of a major deployment, some of the positions will be vacant due to a shortage of personnel. Occupants of military quarters are expected to adhere to the highest standards of conduct, including an evident desire to ensure that the appearance of the quarters and grounds reflect favorably upon themselves and the entire community. Sponsors are responsible for informing members of their Family, guests, and servants to portions of this directive that apply to them. Supplemental directives that may be published in other United States Army Garrison - Baumholder media will also be disseminated. Failure to comply with this directive or lawful orders issued by officials within the United States Army Garrison Baumholder organization, or misconduct and flagrant violations of accepted standards by the sponsor or his/her Family members (FM) may be considered cause for expulsion of FM from the command or cause for termination of Family quarters. To resolve minor problems, SICs, ACs and BCs are authorized direct communication with the sponsors unit commander. Unit commanders will respond to assure justice to both the sponsor and the government. Personnel assigned as Directorate of Public Works (DPW) staff will not be appointed to the chain of command duties outlined in the USAG Baumholder Directive 420-1. Additionally, personnel assigned as chaplains, lawyers, inspector generals, doctors, dentists, criminal investigation division (CID) special agents, CID supervisory personnel, and military police will not be appointed to any duties except on a voluntary basis unless this exception is waived by the garrison commander. Occupants of temporary quarters (unless assigned on a permanent basis) will not be appointed duties as AC, BC, or SC. not be appointed duties as AC, BC, or SC....
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- Spring '08