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The Soldier Handbook

The Soldier Handbook

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HEADQUARTERSDEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYUnited States Army Training and Doctrine CommandFort Monroe, Virginia 23651-5000
TRADOC Pamphlet 600-41 October 2003
IET
Soldier’s Handbook
 
 
 FOREWORD
 This handbook is a handy pocket reference for subjects inwhich you must maintain proficiency. It condensesinformation from field manuals, training circulars, Armyregulations, and other sources.You will need this handbook in initial-entry training (IET).Carry it with you at all times. Use it to review the trainingyou will receive and to prepare for proficiency testing. It willalso be useful throughout your military career.This handbook addresses both general subjects and selectedcombat tasks. It includes evaluation guides to test yourknowledge. You must know this information in order to be aneffective soldier. The information on selected combat tasks isimportant, regardless of your grade or military occupationalspecialty (MOS).Unless this handbook states otherwise, masculine nouns andpronouns do not refer exclusively to men.
 
 
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DEPARTMENTF THE ARMYO
 HEADQUARTERSUNITED STATES ARMY TRAINING ANDDOCTRINE COMMANDFort Monroe, Virginia 23651-5000
PERSONNEL—GENERAL
IET SOLDIER'S HANDBOOK
(2 October 2003)
 ...............................................1-1Army History......................................................................... 1-1Heritage and Traditions ......................................................1-3Army Organization..................................................................1-5Chain of Command.................................................................1-7Rank Insignia ........................................................................ 1-8Officer ............................................................................... 1-8Warrant Officer................................................................ 1-10Enlisted ............................................................................. 1-11Rank Abbreviations .......................................................... 1-12Military Time...................................................................... 1-12Customs and Courtesies ...................................................... 1-14Saluting ............................................................................ 1-14Rendering Honor to the Flag............................................ 1-16Courtesies ......................................................................... 1-18Role of the Chaplain ............................................................1-19
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Loyalty .................................................................................. 2-2Duty ....................................................................................... 2-5Respect .................................................................................. 2-8Selfless Service ................................................................... 2-12Honor ..................................................................................2-14Integrity............................................................................... 2-17

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