1 Army Regulation 350 30 TrainingCode ofConduct,Survival, Evasion, Resistance, andEscape (SERE)TrainingHeadquartersDepartment of the ArmyWashington, DC10 December 1985 UNCLASSIFIEDSUMMARY of CHANGEAR 350 30 Code of Conduct, Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) TrainingThis revision--o Adds responsibilities for maintaining records for levels B and C SERE training and for matters pertaining to U. S. military personnel in detention,hostage, or captivity situations (chap 1).Level B training and procedureshave been changed for maintaining records for levels A, B, and c (paras 3-5 and3-6).
2 O Implements DOD Directive which changes the training guidance for Codeof Conduct training (chap 4) to coincide with DOD Directive , Adds chapter 5 to provide guidance for soldiers in captive, hostage, ordetention of the ArmyWashington, DC10 December 1985 TrainingCode of Conduct, Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) training *Army Regulation 350 30 Effective 10 December 1985 History. This UPDATE printing publishes ar e v i s i o n w h i c h i s e f f e c t i v e 1 0 D e c e m b e r1985. This publication has been reorganizedt o m a k e i t c o m p a t i b l e w i t h t h e A r m yelectronic publishing database.
3 No content hasbeen This regulation prescribes Codeof Conduct and survival, evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) responsibilities. It alsoe x p l a i n s t h e C o d e o f C o n d u c t , i n t r o d u c e straining concepts, implements DOD , and provides training guidance andpolicy and guidance for peacetime conduct inhostage or detention This regulation applies to theA c t i v e A r m y , t h e A r m y N a t i o n a l G u a r d( A R N G ) , a n d t h e U . S . A r m y R e s e r v e(USAR).P r o p o n e n t a n d e x c e p t i o n a u t h o r i t y.
4 Not applicableA r m y m a n a g e m e n t c o n t r o l p r o c e s s .This regulation is subject to the requirementsof AR 11 2. It contains internal control pro-visions but does not contain checklists forc o n d u c t i n g i n t e r n a l c o n t r o l r e v i e w s . T h e s echecklists are being developed and will bepublished at a later Supplementation of thisregulation and establishment of forms otherthan DA forms are prohibited without priorapproval from HQDA(DAMO TRF), WASHDC 20310 changes.
5 Interim changes to thisregulation are not official unless they are au-thenticated by The Adjutant General. Userswill destroy interim changes on their expira-tion dates unless sooner superseded or u g g e s t e d I m p r o v e m e n t s . T h e p r o p o -nent agency of this regulation is the Office ofthe Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations andPlans. Users are invited to send commentsand suggested improvements on DA Form2028(Recommended Changes to Publicationsa n d B l a n k F o r m s ) d i r e c t l y t oH Q D A ( D A M O T R F ) , W A S H D C20310 i s t r i b u t i o n.
6 A c t i v e A r m y , A R N G , a n dUSAR (Listed by paragraph and page number)Chapter 1 Introduction, page1 Purpose 1 1, page1 References 1 2, page1 Explanation of abbreviations and terms 1 3, page1 Responsibilities 1 4, page1 Duties of the individual soldier 1 5, page1 Chapter 2 training Concepts, page1 Initial training in the Code of Conduct 2 1, page1 Role and responsibilities of the United States toward PWs 2 2,page1 Standardized training 2 3, page2 Use of historical examples 2 4, page2 Integration of training 2 5, page2 Content of training programs 2 6.
7 Page2 Relationship of the Code of Conduct to the GPW 2 7, page2 Relationship of the Code of Conduct to the UCMJ 2 8, page2 SERE training 2 9, page2 Emphasis of SERE training 2 10, page2 Chapter 3 training Guidance, page3 Levels of training 3 1, page3 Topics of instruction for level A training 3 2, page3 Topics of instruction for level B training 3 3, page3 Topics of instruction for level C training 3 4, page3 Procedures applicable to the training base. 3 5, page4 Procedures applicable to Active Component(AC) and ReserveComponent (RC)
8 Units 3 6, page4 Procedures for integrated training in units 3 7, page4 Chapter 4 Explanation of and training Guidance for the Code ofConduct, page4 Background 4 1, page4 Article I 4 2, page4 training guidance for Article I, levels A, B, and C 4 3, page5 Article II 4 4, page5 training guidance for Article II, levels A, B, and C 4 5, page5 Article III 4 6, page5 training guidance for Article III, levels A, B, and C 4 7, page5 training guidance for Article III, levels B and C 4 8, page5 training guidance for Article III, level C 4 9, page6 Article IV 4 10, page6 training guidance for Article IV, levels A, B and C 4 11,page6 training guidance for Article IV, levels B and C 4 12, page6 training guidance for Article IV, level C 4 13, page7 Article V 4 14, page7 training guidance for Article V, levels A, B, and C 4 15,page7 training guidance for Article V, levels B and C 4 16, page7 training guidance for Article V.
9 Level C. 4 17, page8* This regulation supersedes AR 350 30, 10 December 350 30 10 December 1985 iUNCLASSIFIEDC ontents ContinuedArticle VI 4 18, page 8 training guidance for Article VI, levels A, B, and C 4 19,page 8 Chapter 5 Policy and Guidance for Peacetime Conduct of Soldiers inDetention, Captive, or Hostage Situations, page 8 General 5 1, page 8 Objectives 5 2, page 8 Policy 5 3, page 8 Guidance for personnel when detained by governments 5 4,page 9 Guidance for soldiers when in terrorist captivity 5 5, page , page Order 10631, Code of Conduct for Members of theArmed Forces of the United States As Amended byExecutive Order 12017, November 3, 1977, page 11 GlossaryiiAR 350 30 10 December 1985 Chapter 1 Introduction1 1.
10 Purposea. This regulation sets forth responsibilities, policies, and proce-dures for training individual soldiers in support of the objectives ofthe Code of Conduct as explained in chapter 4. It covers the articlesin the Code as well as training in survival, evasion, resistance, andescape (SERE). (See para 2 9.) It also provides policy and guidancefor military personnel who are detained, captured, or takenhostage during peacetime. (See Chap 5.)b. The objectives of the regulation are to (1) Ensure that soldiers are trained to fulfill those responsibilitiesunder the Code of Conduct that relate to SERE.