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This pamphlet, The Soldier's Blue Book: The Guide for Initial Entry Training Soldiers TRADOC Pamphlet 600-4 July 2016, is the guide for all Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers who enter our Army Profession. It provides an introduction to being a Soldier and Trusted Army Professional, certified in character, competence and commitment to the Army. Throughout the Blue Book, Soldiers will read and learn about Army ethics and our Values, Culture, History, Organizations, and Training they will receive. It provides assistance with pay issues, leave, Thrift Saving Plans, and organizations that will be available to assist the families. The Soldier's Blue Book is an inspectable item and will be carried at all times. This pamphlet applies to all active Army, United States Army Reserve, and the Army National Guard enlisted IET conducted at service schools, Army Training Centers, and other training activities under the control of Headquarters Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC).
This is the guide for all Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers who enter the Army. It provides an introduction to the Army. Throughout the Blue Book, Soldiers will read and learn about Army Values, Culture, History, Organizations, and Training they will receive. It provides assistance with pay issues, leave, Thrift Saving Plans, and organizations that will be available to assist the families. The Soldier's Blue Book is an inspectable item and will be carried at all times. Training to standard and gaining the inner strength to adapt and overcome adversity became the theme for our Army's training model. Baron von Steuben, by then the Army Inspector General, wrote the Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States-now commonly referred to as the Blue Book- as an instructional guide for future generations. This book consists, as our modern version does now, of detailed training procedures, the standards of military conduct, and the fundamentals every Soldier needs to know for them to succeed. Chapter 1 - The Army * 1-1. Why we have an Army * 1-2. What the Army uniform represents * 1-3. Why We Serve * 1-4. The Army's Motto - "This We'll Defend" * 1-5. Oath of Enlistment * Chapter 2 - The Army as a Profession * 2-1. The Army Profession * 2-2 What it means to be a Soldier * 2-3. How We Conduct Ourselves * 2-4. Who We Are Not * 2-5. The Army's Commitment to You * 2-6. The Journey Begins * Chapter 3 - The Reception Battalion * 3-1. The Path * 3-2. Critical Information Needed Upfront * 3-3. The Battle Buddy System * 3-4. Army Values * 3-5. Sexual Harassment /Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) * 3-6. Suicide Prevention * 3-7. The Soldier's Creed and Warrior Ethos * 3-8. The BCT / One Station Unit Training (OSUT) / Advanced Individual Training (AIT) "Golden Rules". * Chapter 4 - BCT / OSUT / AIT * 4-1. What to Expect. * 4-2. The Training Company - Your Unit * 4-3. Safe and Secure Environment * 4-4. Drill sergeants * 4-5. The Soldierization Process * 4-6. Military Time * 4-7. Daily Schedule * 4-8. Basic Combat Training * 4-9. Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills * 4-10. BCT Graduation Requirements * 4-11. AIT/OSUT * 4-12. What is the Difference between drill sergeants and AIT platoon sergeants? * Chapter 5 - Personal Appearance and Uniforms * 5-1. Personal Appearance * 5-2. Army Combat Uniform (ACU) * 5-3. Army Service Uniform (ASU) * 5-4. Awards and Decorations * Chapter 6 - Critical Information Required for BCT / OSUT / AIT * 6-1. Rank Insignia * 6-2. Customs and Courtesies * 6-3. Bugle Calls * 6-4. Drill and Ceremonies * Chapter 7 - Physical Readiness * 7-1. Improved Physical Fitness Uniform (IPFU) * 7-2. Army physical fitness test (APFT) * 7-3. APFT Standards * Chapter 8 - Health and Safety * 8-1. Nutrition * 8-2. Sleep * 8-3. Hygiene * 8-4. Comprehensive Soldier Fitness * 8-5. Chaplains * 8-6. Risk Management * Chapter 9 - Discipline * 9-1. Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) * 9-2. Equal Opportunity Policy * 9-3. Policy on Relationships between Soldiers * 9-4. SHARP * Chapter 10 - Reference Material * 10-1. The National Anthem * 10-2. The Army Song * 10-3. The Code of Conduct * 10-4. General Orders/Special Orders * 10-5. Guard Duty * 10-6. Army Organizations * Chapter 11 - First Duty Station * 11-1. Where Will I Serve? * 11-2. How Can I Prepare? * 11-3. Promotions * Appendix A - Army Resources * A-1. Leave and Earnings Statement * A-2. Managing Personal Finances * A-3. Tri-service Medical Care (TRICARE) * A-4. Service members' Group Life Insurance (SGLI) * A-5. Dental * A-6. Army Emergency Relief * A-7. Soldier For Life and Credentialing * A-8. Information Websites for Family Members * Appendix B - Soldier's Notes * Glossary * Army Definitions
This pamphlet, TRADOC Pamphlet TP 600-4 The Soldier's Blue Book: The Guide for Initial Entry Training Soldiers June 2017, is the guide for all Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers who enter our Army Profession. It provides an introduction to being a Soldier and Trusted Army Professional, certified in character, competence, and commitment to the Army. Throughout the Blue Book, Soldiers will read and learn about Army ethics and our Values, Culture, History, Organizations, and Training they will receive. It provides assistance with pay issues, leave, Thrift Saving Plans (TSPs), and organizations that will be available to assist Families. The Soldier's Blue Book is an inspectable item and will be carried at all times during BCT/OSUT, and AIT.Applicability. This pamphlet applies to all active Army, United States Army Reserve, and the Army National Guard enlisted IET conducted at service schools, Army Training Centers, and other training activities under the control of Headquarters Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC).
This manual, TRADOC Pamphlet TP 600-4 The Soldier's Blue Book: The Guide for Initial Entry Soldiers August 2019, is the guide for all Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers who join our Army Profession. It provides an introduction to being a Soldier and Trusted Army Professional, certified in character, competence, and commitment to the Army. The pamphlet introduces Solders to the Army Ethic, Values, Culture of Trust, History, Organizations, and Training. It provides information on pay, leave, Thrift Saving Plans (TSPs), and organizations that will be available to assist you and your Families. The Soldier's Blue Book is mandated reading and will be maintained and available during BCT/OSUT and AIT.This pamphlet applies to all active Army, U.S. Army Reserve, and the Army National Guard enlisted IET conducted at service schools, Army Training Centers, and other training activities under the control of Headquarters, TRADOC.
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Inspired and informed by the latest research in African American, military, and social history, the fourteen original essays in this book tell the stories of the African American soldiers who fought for the Union cause. An introductory essay surveys the history of the U.S. Colored Troops (USCT) from emancipation to the end of the Civil War. Seven essays focus on the role of the USCT in combat, chronicling the contributions of African Americans who fought at Port Hudson, Milliken's Bend, Olustee, Fort Pillow, Petersburg, Saltville, and Nashville. Other essays explore the recruitment of black troops in the Mississippi Valley; the U.S. Colored Cavalry; the military leadership of Colonels Thomas Higginson, James Montgomery, and Robert Shaw; African American chaplain Henry McNeal Turner; the black troops who occupied postwar Charleston; and the experiences of USCT veterans in postwar North Carolina. Collectively, these essays probe the broad military, political, and social significance of black soldiers' armed service, enriching our understanding of the Civil War and African American life during and after the conflict. The contributors are Anne J. Bailey, Arthur W. Bergeron Jr., John Cimprich, Lawrence Lee Hewitt, Richard Lowe, Thomas D. Mays, Michael T. Meier, Edwin S. Redkey, Richard Reid, William Glenn Robertson, John David Smith, Noah Andre Trudeau, Keith Wilson, and Robert J. Zalimas Jr.

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