RETURN A GARRISON CHAPEL TO A NEUTRAL SETTING
Soldier's Manual Tasks:
Prepare for a Religious Service.
In this lesson you will learn how to return a garrison chapel to a neutral setting.
Identify the actions needed to properly neutralize the worship area of a garrison
chapel after services.
Given the subcourse material for this lesson and a training scenario, the student will
complete the practice exercise to identify the actions required to return a garrison
chapel to a neutral setting following services.
The student will demonstrate comprehension and knowledge of the task by
identifying the areas of the chapel, how a chapel is used, and how to neutralize the
chapel's worship area.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following publications:
Military chapels are designed or designated for use by the military community for religious services.
Their use will be under supervision of the staff chaplain.
Chapels will be used solely for religious services and other activities related to the spiritual and moral
welfare of the command.
Military chapels are constructed in one of two ways.
The temporary chapel (Figure 4-1), is a small wooden chapel constructed during the early to mid
1940's to accommodate the