What do you wear, when do you wear it? What gifts do you bring, when do you bring them? Where does the name tag go? With so many ceremonies and events in the military, these are questions everyone, no matter the rank, will ask at some point.
Welcome back to part three of Protocol, Customs, and Traditions Trivia quiz. If you missed the previous posts, check out Trivia Quiz Part 1 and Trivia Part 2 quizzes for the complete challenge.
Check out the Part II quiz from our Protocol and Etiquette Team. Challenge yourself to the Part I quiz before you do. Lets see how high you can score!
As we all get back together after a long and trying few years, our protocol and traditions team brought out one of our favorite coffee group ice breakers.
We offer you this blog to outline examples of new guidance on receiving lines, invitations, and place cards for modern inclusivity.
International travel is an exciting part of Army life! There are many wonderful travel books and resources available, but nothing can replace first-hand experiences. Whether you go abroad for a new assignment or vacation, it’s important to research the etiquette and courtesies before you go.
Welcome spouses of all service branches and all components (active, NG/R, retired) to our M:M Traditions and Protocol team blog series!
Welcome to our holiday special, Army Wife Talk Radio listeners! We’ve made our list and checked it twice, and today’s podcast guest is an absolute gift! Sharita Knobloch your Army Wife Network Executive Director meets with one of Rolling Stone’s 10 Artists You Need to Know and CMT’s Next Women of Country – the soulful – Jo Smith.
Jo Smith’s journey through life has been an unconventional one, but one encompassing the theme of living life to the fullest. From spending a year living on a shipping container in Somalia to learning how to balance the struggles of being a new mom, Jo Smith has seen it all. She has remarkably gone from record deals to independently release the title track of her first full-length album “Wyoming” featuring the one and only Vince Gill.
The United States Army’s history began with its inception in 1775. The history of the past 247 years has created numerous Army traditions. Many are still practiced today and trace their roots back to these very beginnings, like making toasts, a spouse’s coffee, a military ball, or standing for the nation’s flag.
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