Regulation Of Honours, Flags And Lights Of The Armada Of Mexico

Original Language Title: Reglamento de Honores, Banderas y Luces de la Armada de México

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Regulations of Honours, Flags and Lights of the Mexican Navy Summe Jurídica, Legislative Consultation

MEXICO NAVY HONORS, FLAGS AND LIGHTS REGULATIONS

Published DOF 19 October 2000

Last reform DOF May 20, 2013

On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United Mexican States.-Presidency of the Republic.

HONORS, FLAGS, AND LIGHTS RULES

OF THE NAVY OF MEXICO

Article 1

This Regulation sets forth the guidelines for honors to be held or the hierarchy, as well as the use of flags and lights in the units and establishments of the Armada de México.

Article 2

The honours covered by this Regulation shall be made in the period after the National Flag has been hoisted to the sunset and shall be omitted when it is on board a ship or inside an establishment a superior in charge or hierarchy, except as provided for funeral honors.

Article 3

The honors that are held on board can be with shots fired at the barrel, at the voice or with a sailor. In the establishments they will be shot at the canyon, music band, war band, clarion or sailor.

Article 4

Canon honors consist of a number of barrel shots with six-second intervals, in the terms and conditions set out in this Regulation. In no case shall the vessel visited be the one carrying out the firing.

Article 5

The honors to the voice consist of the exhort with the phrase '' Viva Mexico '' that is issued from the ship captain and answered in unison by the personnel of other ships with the word 'Viva', the number of times as determined by this Regulation. In no case shall the personnel of the ship carrying the person to whom the honors be given shall give an answer to the EEW.

Article 6

The honours with a seaman's pit consist of the emission of long and short stitches, in the number and combinations indicated in this Regulation, and shall be carried out according to the manual of the Sailor's pit.

Article 7

Music band honors consist of the interpretation of the Mexican National Anthem, in the cases provided for in this Regulation.

Article 8

War-band or clarion honors consist of the interpretation of the touches that are noted by this Regulation and will be executed according to the corresponding manual.

Article 9

The flags set out in this Regulation are divided into badges and indicia, which are used to distinguish the person to whom they are honored.

Article 10

The flags are those with which the Supreme Command is distinguished, as well as the positions and hierarchies of the personnel of the Mexican Navy and Navy Secretariat. These flags will be raised in the outer drifter of the starboard band of the larger stick of the vessels, or the flagpole of the establishments. In smaller vessels, these flags will be placed at the bow.

The flags will remain hoisted in the period of time between the National Flag hoist and the sunset, as long as the person to whom the flag is distinguished Find on board. In no case will two flags be left on the same vessel, unit or establishment, so only the highest office or hierarchy must be tree-lined.

Article 11

The flag flags have the colors of the National Flag in vertical stripes and, when appropriate, they will carry in the green strip five-pointed stars of white color distributed proportionally from the centre, each inscribed in an imaginary circle with a diameter equivalent to 10% of the length of this strip; the number of stars shall be according to the position or hierarchy. In the white strip, they will bear the coat of arms of the Mexican Navy that preserves the colors of the eagle and the branches of oak and laurel of the national shield, inscribed in an imaginary circle with a diameter equivalent to 75% of the width of the strip.

Article 12

The distinctive flags are those with which the charges of the Federal Public Administration, the Mexican Foreign Service or the governors of the States are distinguished.

These flags will be raised in the outer drifter of the larger stick of the vessels, or the flagpole of the establishments, and will only remain hoisted during the honours without any flagship flag arriving. When appropriate, they will carry the Mexican Navy's shield with the

features of the flag flags.

Article 13

Distinctive and distinctive flags have the shape of a block, a cornet, a gallerdete or a gallerdeton, with the exception of the flags of the Supreme Command.

Article 14

I.    The block flag will have its equal sides and the dimensions will be as follows:

A.   For establishments and vessels of more than 1000 tonnes 1.20 m. by side;

B.   For vessels of 150 to 1000 tonnes 1.00 m. by side;

C.   For vessels under 150 tonnes 0.60 m. By side, and

D.   For smaller boats and motor vehicles 0.36 m.

Article 15

The cornet flag is a flag whose side opposite the sheath ends at two points, as a result of subtracting a flag a triangle isosceles whose base has the length of one of its sides and height the third part of its base.

Article 16

The gallerdete flag is shaped like an isosceles triangle, whose origin is a block flag that on the side opposite the pod ends in tip.

Article 17

I.    The National Command Gallardette has the shape of an isosceles triangle with the colors of the National Flag, it is placed on the ships with commander of the category of captain or officer. This gallant is made to the top of the stick, it remains hoisted 24 hours a day and has the following dimensions:

A.   For ships of more than 1000 tons, base of 0.87 m. and height of 3.50 m.;

B.   For vessels of 150 to 1000 tonnes, base of 0.52 m. and height of 2.10 m., and

C.   For vessels under 150 tonnes, base of 0.45 m. and height of 1.83 m.

Article 18

I.    The gallerdeton flag is the insignia of the oldest commander in ship meeting, it has the shape of an equilateral triangle, it is green and it is raised in the penultimate drifter of the greater stick starboard band. This gallardon will not be arrived at by any flagships and has the following measures:

A.   For vessels of more than 1000 tonnes of 1,20 m. by side;

B.   For vessels of 150 up to 1000 tonnes of 1.00 m. By side, and

C.   For vessels under 150 tonnes of 0.60 m.

Article 19

At sunset the flags will be replaced by lights, the number of these will be one, two or three, combining the green, white and red colors.

They shall be placed vertically spaced apart in proportion to the first third of the length of the larger stick of the vessels from their cructa or from the flagpole of the vessels. establishments from the base of the peak.

Article 20

Honours to the President of the Republic:

I.     Honors:

A.   To the canyon: 21 shots;

B.   A voice: seven voices;

C.   With a sailor's pit: first, second and third marks of the flag touch;

D.   With band of war and music: in unison, full honor march and National Anthem;

E.   With clarin: full honor march once, and

F.   Arms: presented.

II. Flagship flag: the flags of the Supreme Command will be rectangular, keeping a ratio between width and length from four to seven. No other insignia shall be raised when they are placed on them. In smaller boats, in addition to the flagship flag they will wear a National Flag long:

A. Naval Ceremonies: the flagship banner of the Supreme Command will be a National Flag that will have five white stars in the green strip;

B. Visits to ships and establishments: the flagship of the Supreme Command will be white, it will be inscribed in its fourth upper left a National Flag; in its fourth lower left it will carry five stars in color Five-pointed gold each in an imaginary circle with diameter equivalent to 10% of the length of this part, centered and evenly distributed horizontally, and in the right half of the center will carry the coat of arms of the Mexican Navy registered in an imaginary circle with a diameter equal to the third part of its base, and

C.   The flags of the Supreme Command will have the following measures:

1. On vessels of more than 1000 tonnes and in establishments, base of 2.10 m. and height of 1.20 m.;

2.   On vessels of 150 to 1000 tonnes, base of 1.75 m. and height of 1 m.;

3.   On vessels under 150 tonnes, base of 1.40 m. and height of 0.80 m., and

4.   In smaller boats and motor vehicles, base of 0.66 m. and height of 0.36 m., and Lights badges: three green, white and red lights, the green light will be placed on top, then the white and red on the bottom.

Article 21

Honors to the Secretary of the Navy:

I.    Honors:

A.   Al canon: 19 shots;

B.   A voice: six voices;

C.   With a sailor's pit: first and second stanza of the flag touch;

D.   With war band: full honor march;

E.   With clarin: full honor march once, and

F.   Arms: presented.

II.   Flagship flag: flag block that in the green strip will carry four white stars, and

III. Flagship lights: three white, red and green lights, white light will be placed on top, then red and green on the bottom.

Article 22

Honors to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy:

I.    Honors:

A.   To the canyon: 17 shots;

B.   A voice: five voices;

C.   With a sailor's pit: first flag of the flag touch and two long pits;

D.   With clarin: first stanza of the honor march and two honor calls, and

E.   Weapons: presented;

II. Flagship flag: flag with two diagonal white stripes that cross it in the form of '' X'', which have a width equivalent to 8% of the side of the flag, and

III. Flagship lights: three red, green and white lights, red light will be placed on top, then green and white on the bottom.

Article 23

Honors to the Navy's Chief Officer:

I.    Honors:

A.   To the canyon: 15 shots;

B.   A voice: four voices;

C.   With a sailor's pit: first flag of the flag touch and a long pit;

D.   With clarin: first stanza of the honor march and a call of honor, and

E. Weapons: presented;

II.       Flagship flag: a block flag that in the green strip has an anchor of white-colored admiral-type cepo, which occupies 50% of the length and width of the aforementioned strip, and

III.     Flagship lights: three green, red and white lights, the green light will be placed on top, then red and white on the bottom.

Article 24

Honors to the Chief of the General Staff of the Navy:

I.    Honors:

A.   To the canyon: 13 shots;

B.   A voice: three voices;

C.   With a sailor's pit: first flag of the flag touch and a short pitt;

D.   With clarion: first stanza of the honor march and a long touch, and

E.   Weapons: presented;

II. Flagship flag: flag block that in the center of the green strip carries the shield of the General Staff of the Navy, and

III. Flagship lights: three white, green and red lights, white light will be placed on top, then green and red on the bottom.

Article 25

Honors to the Inspector and Comptroller General of the Navy:

I.    Honors:

A.   To the canon: according to its hierarchy with command;

B.   To the voice: according to its hierarchy with command;

C.   With a sailor's pit: according to his hierarchy with command;

D.   With clarin: according to your hierarchy with command, and

E.   Arms: according to its hierarchy with command;

II.   Flagship flag: flag block according to its hierarchy with command, and

III. Flagship lights: two lights with the colors corresponding to your hierarchy with command.

Article 26

The Supreme Command honors shall be the same as those specified in Article 20 of this Regulation for the President of the Republic.

Article 27

Honors to the High Command shall be the same as those specified in Article 21 of this Regulation for the Secretary of the Navy.

Article 28

Commanding admirals with command:

I.    Honors:

A.   To the canyon: 11 shots;

B.   A voice: two voices;

C.   With a sailor's pit: three long pits;

D.   With clarin: three honor calls, and

E.   Weapons: presented;

II. Flagship flag: block flag, which in the green strip carries three white stars, and

III. Flagship lights: two green and white lights, the green light will be placed on top and white at the bottom.

Article 29

Commanding vice admirals with command:

I.    Honors:

A.   To the canyon: 9 shots;

B.   A voice: a voice;

C.   With a sailor's pit: two long pits;

D.   With clarin: two honor calls, and

E.   Weapons: presented;

II. Flagship flag: flag block that in the green strip carries two white stars, and

III. Flagship lights: two white and red lights, the white light will be placed at the top and the red light on the bottom.

Article 30

Commanding honors with command:

I.    Honors:

A.   To the canyon: 7 shots;

B.   With a sailor's pit: a long pit;

C.   With clarin: a call of honor, and

D.   Weapons: presented;

II. Flagship flag: flag block that in the green strip carries a white star, and

III. Flagship lights: two red and green lights, the red light will be placed on top and green on the bottom.

Article 31

Honours to ship captains with command:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: three short stitches, and

B.   Weapons: rested;

II.   Flagship flag: gallant that in the green strip carries three white stars, and

III. Flagship lights: a green light.

Article 32

Honours with Command Frigate Captains:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: two short stitches, and

B.   Weapons: rested;

II.   Flagship flag: gallant that in the green strip has two white stars, and

III. Flagship lights: a white light.

Article 33

Honors to Corbeta Captains with Command:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: a short pitta, and

B.   Weapons: rested;

II.   Flagship flag: gallant that in the green strip carries a white star, and

III. Flagship lights: a red light.

Article 34

Honors for admirals and equivalents:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: those of his hierarchy with command, and

B.   Weapons: rest, and

C.   Flagship flag: a cornet flag that carries three white stars on the green strip.

Article 35

Honors for vice admirals and equivalents:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: those of his hierarchy with command, and

B.   Weapons: rest, and

II.   Flagship flag: a cornet flag that in the green strip has two white stars.

Article 36

Honors for counteradmirals and equivalents:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: those of his hierarchy with command, and

B.   Weapons: rest, and

II.   Flagship flag: a cornet flag that a white star wears on the green strip.

Article 37

Honors for Captains and Equivalents:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: those of his hierarchy with command, and

B.   Arms: rest.

Article 38

Honours for secretaries of state:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: three long pits, and

B.   Weapons: rest, and

II.   Distinctive flag: flag with the colors of the National Flag in vertical stripes, with the coat of arms of Mexico to the center of the white strip.

Article 39

Honours for State Undersecretaries:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: two long pits, and

B.   Weapons: rest, and

II.   Distinctive flag: a cornet flag with the colors of the National Flag in vertical stripes, with the Mexican Navy's shield to the center of the white strip.

Article 40

Honours for State Governors:

I.    Honors:

A.   With a sailor's pit: three long pits, and

B.   Weapons: rest, and

II.   Flag flag: flag with the colors of the National Flag on horizontal stripes.

Article 41

Honors for members of the Mexican Foreign Service:

I.    To the ambassadors of Mexico abroad:

A.   Honors:

1.   With a sailor's pit: two long pits, and

2.   Weapons: rest, and

B. Distinctive flag: white-colored block flag with the Mexican Navy's shield to the center.

1.   The honors will be performed on board the Mexican Navy ships that visit ports of the country in which they are accredited.

II.   To the consuls of Mexico abroad:

A.   Honors:

1.   With a sailor's pit: a long pit, and

2.   Weapons: rest, and

B. Distinctive flag: white-colored cornet flag with the Mexican Navy's shield to the center.

1. The honors will be performed on board the Mexican Navy ships that visit ports of the country in which they are accredited.

III. To the ministers representing the heads of the diplomatic branches:

A.   Honors:

1.   With a sailor's pit: three short stitches, and

2.   Weapons: rest, and

B.   Distinctive flag: white-colored gallerdete with the Mexican Navy's shield to the center.

1.   The honors that correspond to the members of the Mexican Foreign Service will be carried out on board the

C. Mexican Navy ships, in ports of the country where they are accredited.

IV. The honors to the national naval or military attachés, commissioned in the diplomatic representations, will be those that correspond to their hierarchy.

Article 42

Generalities:

I.    The honors to the charge or the hierarchy are performed during:

A.   Scheduled visits to ships;

B.   Unscheduled visits to ships;

C.   Scheduled visits to establishments, and

D.   Unscheduled visits to establishments;

II.   On scheduled visits to ships or establishments the person to whom the honors will be given will be received by:

A.   Dealing with person with equal or greater or greater hierarchy than the Commander or Director of the unit or establishment, will be received by:

1.   The Commander and Second Commander,

2.   The Commander and Chief of Staff or

3.   The Director and Subdirector;

B. By dealing with a person with a lower hierarchy than the Commander or Director of the unit or establishment, he/she will be received by:

1.   The Second Commander,

2.   The Chief of Staff or

3.   The Deputy Director, and

C. Dealing with a person with a better hierarchy than the Second Commander or Deputy Director of the unit or establishment, he/she will be received by the officer on duty.

III. On unscheduled visits to ships or establishments, the person to whom the honors will be given will be received by the officer on duty and dismissed by:

A. Dealing with a person with the same or greater hierarchy as the Commander or Director of the unit or set by:

1.   The Commander and Second Commander,

2.   The Commander and the Chief of Staff or

3.   The Director and Subdirector;

B. Dealing with a person with a lower hierarchy than the Commander or Director of the unit or set by:

1.   The Second Commander,

2.   The Chief of Staff or

3.   The Deputy Director, and

C. Dealing with a person with a lower hierarchy than the Second Commander or Deputy Director of the unit or establishment, by the on-call officer.

Article 43

On scheduled ship visits:

I.     The guards in port of the ships will be formed in the port with the officer and counter to the head, the staff of the visited ship will do it on deck. The service uniform to be ordered must be carried;

II. The command shall order which of the honours, as set out in Article 3 of this Regulation, shall be carried out by adhering to the following

;

A. The honorees of the cannon make them the designated vessel, with the number of shots corresponding to the person to whom the honors are given, according to the following protocol:

1. When boarding and standing on the deck, the guard places the weapons in the appropriate position, the ship's personnel carry out the military salute and the honors will be started at the canyon, the badge being hosed, and

2. On landing and meeting the National Flag, the guard places the weapons in the appropriate position, the personnel of the ship carry out the military salute and start with the honors to the canyon, after the last shot the badge.

B. The voice honors shall be performed on those vessels that cross its bridge of command with that of the ship carrying the person to whom they correspond.

The staff will form on railing and the order of honors to the voice will adopt the first position of greeting, each time that it is pronounced by the general sound the exhort '' Viva Mexico' 'will answer '' Viva' ', extending the arm right diagonally carrying in the hand the headdress, and will return to his position of greeting. During this act the personnel of the ship carrying the person to whom they are held honors will do the military salute and will not answer the exhort, and

C. Honors with a seaman's pit are performed at the boarding and disembarkation of the person to whom they are held, in accordance with the following protocol:

1.   On boarding:

a. When the person to whom honors is held in the vicinity of the unit is found, the guard will pay attention;

b. When the person pise the gateway, the event will be initiated with the first set of honors corresponding to it and the flagship flag will be raised, and

c. When you find yourself on deck greeting the National Flag, the last leg of the honors that correspond to you and when you walk away from the guard is touched to continue;

2.   On landing:

a. When the person to whom the Guard is next to be honored is met;

b. When the person salutes the National Flag, the honors will be started with the first fitting and the flagship flag will be arrived, and

c. When you are on the ground or in another unit, the last leg of the honors that correspond to you will be touched, and when you move away from the ship you will continue.

Article 44

On non-scheduled visits to ships the duty personnel in turn will be formed in the gate with the officer and counter-guard at the head, placing the weapons in the position that corresponds, and shall perform the honors with a seaman's pit according to the protocol established in the previous article fraction II, paragraph C.

Article 45

On scheduled visits to establishments:

I.    The guard in turn with the officer and counter-officer to the head or the staff appointed to receive the honors, will be in the arrival area:

A.   On arrival:

1. When the person who is held honors is found in the vicinity of the arrival area, attention will be paid and the guard personnel, in turn or designated, will place the weapons as appropriate;

2.   When the person arrives at the entrance of the establishment, the honors will be initiated with the clarion touch or with the first pitada;

3.   When you finish crossing the arrival area, the last leg will be touched, and

4.   When retiring will be played continue;

B.   On output:

1. When the person who is held honors is found in the vicinity of the output area, attention will be paid and

2. the personnel of the guard, in turn or designated, shall place the weapons as appropriate;

3.   When you begin to cross the exit area you will start the honors with the clarion touch or the

C.   first pitada;

1. When you finish crossing the exit area or you are on board, the last honorea is played, and

2.   Moving away from the establishment will be continued;

II.   The command shall order which of the honours, as set out in Article 3 of this Regulation, shall be carried out

A. at the beginning and end of a ceremony that includes full honors, adhering to the following procedures:

1. The honorees shall be carried out with the number of shots corresponding to the person to whom they are held, based on the following protocol:

2. The honors unit will form with a war band and flag escort. As the person to whom he is given honors in the place established for this, the honors will be given to the canon and simultaneously the band of war will carry out the respective touch, of not counting with it, the clarion will execute the touch, its being left Flagship flag. The last gun shot of the honors with which the ceremony ends will be its flagship flag; the honors with the war band will be performed with the touch that corresponds to the person to whom they surrender, according to the following protocol:

a.   The honors unit will form with a war band and flag escort. As the person to whom the honors are held at the site established for this, the honors with the war band of not counting on it is started, the clarion executes the touch, raising its flagship flag. At the end of the mark of the honours with which the ceremony ends, its flagship flag will be arrived, and the honors with a marinerose pit shall be carried out with the number of stitches corresponding to the person to whom they are held, according to the following protocol:

A). The honors unit will be formed with escort and war flag. Upon finding the person to whom honors are held at the site established for this, the honors with a sailor will be started with a sailor raising its flagship flag. The last leg of the honors with which the ceremony ends will be its flagship flag.

Article 46

In non-scheduled visits to establishments the honors to a person shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the preceding article, Section II, paragraph C, without regard to the unit of honors.

Article 47

Generalities:

I.    The pattern of a boat to paddle or sail, which is near a ship that ice or arrives the National Flag, will order to tree the oars or to arrive the drizas as long as this act is being carried out. In the case of motor boats, the machine shall be stopped and the personnel on board shall carry out the military salute;

II.   When a boat crosses or passes through another, the envelopes shall carry out the greetings corresponding to the following:

A. The pattern of the boat will order to lift the oars or drop picks, to be of engine will stop the machine and the personnel on board will make the military salute. The other jackpot bearing the top badge will answer the greeting;

B. When two boats carrying the same insignia are found, the child will start the greeting;

C. When rowing boats carry only officers, we will order to lift the oars and the officers and employers will exchange the military salute. In the same way, they shall greet the sailboats or motor, without dropping or stopping machines;

D. When the boats lead to classes and marinery or only their endowments, both employers will exchange the military salute, and

E. The master of the pot will order to his endowment to perform only the military salute to the admirals, captains or officers that are transported in another boat without a badge, even when they are seen as civil;

III. The envelopes of the boats and their transport staff shall be subject to the following

:

A. When you embark on a boat, the most novels will first do so in places that are assigned the boatmaster's pattern and take a seat until they have done it in the highest hierarchy or age, before opening the boat the pattern will request by the regular conduits the relevant authorisation and, once authorised, shall proceed with its manoeuvre;

B. Upon arrival at the destination, once the vessel has been docked, the transport staff shall proceed to disembark in the following manner: first, the highest hierarchy or seniority, then the others in the same order. During the landing, those on board shall be kept on their feet, trying at all times to keep the vessel in place;

C. The boat that leads to a public servant to whom the cannon honors will stop its march and raise the oars, arrive the drizzles or stop its machine. Likewise, it will keep its bow to the initial course and remain so until the termination of the salvo, the commissioned officer to accompany the public servant will inform him of the act that in honor of him is being carried out, finished the act, will continue with his

D. From the sunset to the ortho, the boats approaching a ship and without waiting for the 'Alert' ' of the sentinels, will make known by means of whistle with whistle their presence and the people they carry, in the following way:

1.   Supreme Command.-Five long pits,

2.   High Command.-Four long stitches,

3.   Admiral.-Three long pits,

4.   Captain.-Two long pits,

5.   Commander of the ship.-A long pit,

6.   Officers.-Two short stitches, and

7.   Classes and Marineria.-A short pitta;

E. When a boat that leads to an admiral, captain or officer, passes through the side of a vessel, the sentinels of the gate will give the front to the boat and carry out the military salute. The envelope of the pot will also answer the greeting;

F. The personnel who are performing cleaning operations on boats shall not carry any greetings;

G. The boats carrying out research activities, carrying cargo, towing or towing, as well as those carrying landing troops, or meeting any other similar faena, shall not carry out honours, and

H. Whenever two or more boats approach the scale of a dock or ship, in all circumstances the step to the highest office or hierarchy will be given. Immediately after landing the driving personnel, it shall be opened from the side or the dock at such a distance as to permit the docking of another boat and which may again be quickly docked when ordered, and

IV. The crew of the boats will omit the formalities mentioned in this Chapter when the weather conditions in the area are not favorable for executing them.

Article 48

Command honors:

I.    The honors to the staff who embark on a boat from a dock, will be performed according to the following procedure:

A.   Honors Device:

1.   On the dock, in front of the boat, the commander of the territorial command will be formed with his General Staff and special guests, following them a section of honors will be formed, and

2.   The pot envelope will remain as follows;

a.   By boat of oars, the bogs on their benches with the oars in the position of hoist, the pattern and the proel will remain standing, or

b.   In the sailboat or motor the machinist pattern and the proel, they shall remain in their standing positions by carrying out the military salute;

B.   Honors:

1.   When the person is near the dock, the commander of the honors section will order attention;

2.   When this person is near the dock, the master of ceremonies will announce the honors, proceeding the commander of the honors section to order his beginning either to the canon, with a sailor or with a band of war and music, according to the as set out in Title 1 of this Regulation;

3.   The pot envelope, during the execution of the honors, will remain as follows:

a.    By boat of oars, the bogs will be seated in their benches and in order to tree the oars they will execute while the proel and the patron perform the military salute, remaining in this position until the conclusion of the honors, moment in the which, the pattern will order to raise, proceeding to place the oars in this position and both the proel and the pattern will rest, or

b.   On a sailboat or motor, the personnel of the same shall give the front to the person to whom honors are held, performing the military salute to the order of the master of the boat according to the corresponding protocol;

4.   At the end of the honours the territorial command shall accompany the person to whom the honours are held up to the scale where the boarding will be carried out on the boat, and

5.   When the person to whom the honors are held, the proel will place the flagpole carrying the corresponding flagship flag in the bow tinterment and, in case of transporting the Supreme Command, in addition to the flagship flag it will carry long a stern the National Flag;

II.    The honors for the Supreme Command, High Command, Chief Command and Senior Command, upon landing from a boat to a dock shall be performed according to the following procedure:

A.   Honors device:

On the dock, in front of the place where the boat will be docked, the commander of the territorial command, accompanied by his General Staff and special guests, shall form a section of the honors.

1.   Honors:

a. When the boat is located in the vicinity of the dock, the commander of the honors section will order attention;

b. Upon landing, and at the time the person is on the dock, the master of ceremonies shall announce the honors by proceeding with the commander of the honors section to order his or her beginning, either to the canon, with a seaman or a band of war and music, as appropriate, in accordance with the provisions of Title 1 of this Regulation, and

c. At the conclusion of the honours the territorial command will accompany the person to whom they are held to continue with the activity that will contemplate their agenda;

III. The honors for the Supreme Command, High Command, Chief Command and Senior Command, when boarding a boat to a ship will be performed according to the following procedure:

A.   Honors Device:

1.   The Commander, Second Commander, as well as the vessel and the staff considered for receipt, shall be trained as provided for in Chapter V of Title 1 of this Regulation as regards scheduled visits and not programmed to ships;

2.   The designated officer for receipt shall remain at the foot of the actual scale;

3.   The staff in the pot envelope will remain as follows:

a.   By engine canister will remain standing,

b.   The sailing boat will remain in its posts, or

c.   By boat of oars it will remain on its benches with the oars trees, and

4. In all cases both the rider and the proel must be pending to counteract the effects of the tidal wave, avoiding as much as the boat will hit the side of the vessel or the scale. If the conditions so require, the staff of the vessel's endowment may omit the performance of the honours during the landing of the person carrying them;

B.   Honors:

1. When the boat that trees its badge is close to the ship the officer of the guard will command attention and, at the moment that it has docked, the honors will be carried out with the number of times that correspond to it, and

2. At the time of boarding the vessel shall follow the procedure laid down in Chapter V of Title 1 of this Regulation as regards boarding during scheduled visits to vessels;

IV.   The honors for the Supreme Command, High Command, Chief Command and Senior Command, upon landing of the vessel on a boat shall be carried out in accordance with the following procedure:

A. Honors devices:

The ship's personnel, as well as the pot envelope, will be formed according to the above fraction.

B. Honors:

1. At the time of landing the vessel shall follow the procedure laid down in Chapter V of Title 1 of this Regulation as regards landing during scheduled visits to vessels, and

2. When the boat that trees its badge away from the ship the officer of the guard will order to continue.

Article 49

Honors to the hierarchy of admirals and captains when boarding a dock to a boat or landing from a boat to the dock, will be performed according to the following procedure:

I.    Honors device:

A. On the dock, in front of the boat, shall be received or terminated in accordance with Article 42 of this Regulation, and

B.   The pot envelope will remain as follows:

1. By boat of oars the bogs on their benches with the oars in the position of raise, while the pattern and the proel remain standing by carrying out the military salute, or

2. By boat or motor the pattern and the proel shall remain standing in their posts by carrying out the military salute;

II.   On boarding:

A.   Honors:

1.   When the person to whom the honors are held is close, the Commander of the honors section will order attention;

2.   At this time the master of ceremonies will announce the honors, proceeding the commander of the section of honors to order his beginning, be it the canon, the sailor or with band of war and music, according to the established in the Title First of this Regulation, and

3.    The allocation of the jackpot during the execution of the honors will remain as follows:

a. By boat of oars, the bogs will be seated in their benches and in order to tree the oars they will execute while the proel and the patron perform the military salute, remaining in this position until the conclusion of the honors, moment in the which the pattern will order to lift, proceeding the bogs to place the oars in this position as both the proel and the pattern will rest;

b.   By boat or motor, the personnel of the same shall give the front to the person to whom honors are held, performing the military salute to the order of the boat pattern, according to the corresponding protocol, and

c.   At the end of the honors, the person to whom the honors will be held shall be accompanied to the extent by which the boarding will be carried out on the boat;

III. On landing:

A.   Honors:

1.   When the boat is found in the vicinity of the dock, the commander of the honors section will order attention;

2.   Upon landing, and at the time the person is on the dock, the master of ceremonies shall announce the honors by proceeding with the commander of the honors section to order their commencement, either to the canon, to the sailor or to a band of war and music, as set out in Title 1 of this Regulation, and

3.   At the conclusion of the honors, the right person to fire him will accompany the person to whom the honors have been paid, who will continue with the activities that he contemplates his agenda.

Article 50

From the sunset to the ortho, the sentinels that warn boats around the vicinity of their vessel, will give the voice of '' Ah of the boat! '', when the boat has as its destination to dock the ship, the pattern must answer as follows:

I.    If the boat transports the Commander or the highest-ranking person or hierarchy to its flagship, it will answer: '' Flag '';

II. If the boat transports the Commander of the Naval Force or Task Force to any other vessel of its command, it will answer: "Commander of the Naval Force or Task Force."

If the boat is directed to any other ship that is not of its command, it will answer with the graduation of the person driving;

III. If the boat carries the Chief of Staff of the Naval Force or the Second Commander of the Task Force, a ship belonging to its command will answer: "Chief of Staff of the Naval Force" or "Second Commander of the Force of the Army." Task ''.

If the boat is directed to any other ship other than its squadron, division or group, it will answer, expressing the respective graduation;

IV. If the boat transports a Flotilla Commander or Section Commander or Escuadra, a ship other than its badge will answer: '' Commander of the First Flotilla, Second Section or Escuadra '';

V. If the approaching boat transports any of the ship's commanders, whether or not it belongs to its squadron, it will answer with the name of the ship at its command;

VI. If the boat carries admirals, captains, officers or maestranza, it will answer '' Admiral '', '' Captain '', '' Official '' or '' Maestranza '', as the case may be;

VII. If the boat carries marinery personnel or simply its endowment will answer: '' Marineria '', or '' Dotation '', as the case may be, and

VIII. When the canister only passes long, whatever person carries, it will answer: '' Long ''.

Article 51

The Mexican Navy will pay funeral honors to the President of the Republic, to the Navy personnel who have died on active duty, in reserve, retired or with unlimited license, as well as to the remains of the heroes of the and other personalities to whom, if necessary, the High Command is to be taxed.

I. The funeral honors shall be performed at the request of the family members and with the authorization of the High Command;

II.   The places where the cluster is located can be:

A. In the main lobby of the building of the Secretariat of the Navy, when ordered by the High Command;

B. At the headquarters of the territorial controls;

C. On the naval educational plants;

D. On ships or units of the Mexican Navy;

E. In official or private funeral agencies, or

F. At the particular address;

III. Funeral honors shall be rendered to the present body, in the absence thereof, or to its ashes;

IV. This class of honors shall be rendered even if a higher in-charge or hierarchy is present than that of the extinct, and may be suspended at the request of the deudos;

V. A unit shall be designated to perform the honours corresponding to the charge or the hierarchy of the extinct. This unit shall be assisted by duly-held funeral events;

VI. The personnel of the Navy who attend the funeral shall do so in the uniform that is ordered, bearing the mourning provided for in this Regulation;

VII. When the integration of a funeral cortege accompanying the remains to the place of the burial is ordered, the cortege shall be organized as follows:

A.   Discovered;

B.   War Band;

C.   Music band;

D.   Carroza;

E.   Family, and

F.   Thick of the column;

VIII. The guard that the personnel of the Navy establish, before the coffin or urn, will be constituted by four elements that will be placed in the vicinity of the vertices of the coffin and two elements in the access to the mortuary chamber, will be relieved every ten minutes without any ceremony. During that time they will remain in the position of firm;

IX. If a death occurs on board a ship, it shall be carried out in the manner set out in this Regulation.

If the ship is killed in a foreign port, the honors provided for in this Regulation for its office or hierarchy shall be paid;

X.   The mourning for the Mexican Navy consists of:

A. In units and establishments the National Flag shall be placed at half-mast, where appropriate;

B. The staff of admirals, captains, officers, classes and marineria, will carry a black ribbon of 1 cm. wide and 35 cm. long in the shape of a monkey placed in the left arm at 15 cm. Of the upper seam of the sleeve;

C. The War Flag will be placed a black monkey instead of the tricolor tie;

D. The banners and scripts will be placed a black monkey on the vertex that joins the pole with the sheath, and

E. The band instruments will be placed in black dress and black covers.

Article 52

Funeral honors to the President of the Republic:

I. In all the units and establishments of the Mexican Navy, upon receiving the official news of the death or the next day if received during the night, the national flags will be arrived at half-mast and, if there is artillery, the unit designated by the territorial command shall at that time perform the honors to the canon.

During the day, and as long as the inhumation is not verified, the national flags of the vessels, units and establishments will remain at half-mast from the ortho until sunset. The designated vessel shall carry out a licence fee every half an hour and three when the flag is raised or arrived. At the time of the inhumation the honors shall be made to the canon;

II.   The Mexican Navy will participate in the funeral acts dedicated to the Supreme Command in accordance with the protocol establishing the presidency of the Republic, and

III. The personnel of the Mexican Navy's units and establishments, as well as national flags, banners and band instruments, will be mourning for nine days. At the same time national flags will be flown at half-mast.

Article 53

Funeral Honors to the Secretary of the Navy:

I.    In all the units and establishments of the Mexican Navy, when the official news of the death is received, or the next day if it is received during the night, the national flags will be arrived at half-mast and, if there is artillery, the unit designated by the territorial command shall at that time perform the honors to the canon.

During the day, and as long as the inhumation is not verified, the national flags of the Navy's units and establishments will remain at half-mast from the ortho to the sunset, making the designated unit three shots when the flags are reached or raised. At the time of the inhumation the honors shall be made to the canon;

II.   As the High Command passes away, the Deputy Secretary of the Navy will order that the mound be placed in the main lobby of the building of the Secretariat of the Navy, upon arrival or departure from the naval precinct will be given the honors of his office.

The General Staff of the Navy will coordinate with the deudos of the extinct the establishment of the guards of honor before the mound alternating the naval personnel with family and visits, and

III. The personnel of the Mexican Navy's units and establishments, as well as national flags, banners, and band instruments, will be mourning for three days. At the same time national flags will be flown at half-mast.

Article 54

Funeral honors to the Assistant Secretary of State, Chief of the Navy, Chief of the General Staff of the Navy, and Inspector General of the Navy will be subject to the following:

I.    They will be the ones that correspond to your hierarchy;

II.   They shall be ordered by the High Command, in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Regulation, and

III. The territorial command shall designate the personnel to be included in the commissions of the various units and establishments attending the funeral.

Article 55

Funeral honors to admirals, captains, officers, classes and marinery will be subject to the following:

I.    They will be the ones that correspond to your hierarchy;

II.   They shall be ordered by the High Command, in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Regulation, and

III. The territorial command shall designate the personnel to be included in the commissions of the various units and establishments attending the funeral.

Article 56

Funeral honors will be performed by the honors unit at:

I.    The port;

II.   The sea, or

III. At the place ordered by the High Command.

Article 57

The funeral honors unit will proceed and be integrated into the following form:

I.    Concurrira to the funeral to the orders of the one who has the territorial command;

II.   It is integrated with the following force state:

A. For the Supreme Command: war band, music band, flag escort and a battalion with five

B. firing squad companies;

C. For the High Command: war band, flag guard, and four rifle companies;

D. For the Assistant Secretary of the Navy: war band, flag guard, and three rifle companies;

E. For the Chief Marine Officer: war band, flag escort and two rifle companies;

F. For the Chief of General Staff of the Navy: war band, flag escort, and a firing squad company;

G. For the staff of admirals: war band, flag escort and two sections of firing squad;

H. For the staff of captains: war band, flag escort and a section of firing squad;

I.    For officers ' personnel: two platoons of firing squad and a clarion;

J.   For class and seafaring staff: a firing squad and a clarion, and

K.   For the heroes of the homeland and, where appropriate, other personalities, as the Command establishes;

III. Where appropriate, the unit of honors shall be armed with the funeral acts, mainly when the firing of the rifle is required.

Article 58

Funeral honors in port will be performed as follows:

I.    The honors unit will form a fence from the guard to the place where the mound is located, adopting the position of firm and greeting, remaining in the first position of greeting or, if necessary, presenting the weapons. This fence will be formed upon arrival of the coffin or urn to flank its passage;

II.   The staff of the commissions shall establish a guard of honor, alternating with the relatives and visits, for as long as the coffin remains in the wake;

III. The honours unit shall form a fence from the velatorium to the vehicle or float, adopting the same formalities as upon arrival, through which the coffin or the urn shall exit;

IV. The staff shall return to the position of firm or rest the weapons when the coffin or exit is placed on board the designated vehicle, and shall subsequently be incorporated into the cortege;

V. The unit shall form a fence, with weapons, from the entrance to the place of the inhumation when the coffin or exit descends from the float or vehicle, and

VI. The honors that correspond will start when the inhumation begins, or the urn is deposited in the niche, ending with the touch of silence.

The same procedure shall be used in other places available to the High Command.

Article 59

Funeral honors may be performed on board the Mexican Navy ships, at the request of the relatives and prior authorization of the High Command, spreading the ashes in the sea. according to the following protocol:

I.    On boarding:

A. The on-duty guard of the vessel designated for this purpose shall be formed in the gate with the officer and counter-master to the head, the staff of the unit shall do so in the babor band and the family members and special guests shall do so in the stribor band;

B. Upon arrival of the vehicle carrying the urn in the vicinity of the vessel, the guard shall pay attention;

C. When the person carrying the urn begins to cross the gateway, the honors with a seaman's pit will be initiated according to the last post or hierarchy of the extinct one, at that time the National Flag will be arrived at half-driest.

Being on deck the person carrying the urn will remain on this site until the honors are completed, at the end of the honors will be moved to place destined to deposit the urn, and

D. Once the urn is placed in the place destined for this, a guard of honor will be established; which

E. will be relieved every 10 minutes during the journey to the area where the ashes will be scattered, and

II.   Deposit of ashes:

A. The place for the spreading of the ashes at sea shall be located at a distance not greater than three nautical miles from the coast, and shall be determined by the Command;

B. The vessel shall be kept in the air at the point where the wind has been approved;

C. The family members and the representative of the command shall approach the stern of the vessel to spread the ashes, the representative of the command shall deliver the urn to the family members, and

D. The guard officer will order to adopt the position of greeting, the guard will pay attention, and the relatives will spread the ashes in the sea, starting the honors with the marine pit corresponding to the last position or hierarchy of the extinct. At the end of the funeral honors the National Flag will be raised again, returning to port.

Article 60

The Supreme Command may order that funeral honors be paid to the military or foreign diplomatic corps personnel who have died on national territory, according to the set for that purpose.

You will also be able to order such honors from senior officials in the Federation or state governors.

In cases where a member of the Mexican Navy is killed by a heroic act, in the judgment of the High Command, he will be able to order salvos of firing squad in his honor at the time of the inhumation.

Article 61

The Proa Torrotito Flag is a block that has three diagonal stripes of equal width with the colors of the National Flag in the following order, from the side of the vain in the white left upper part, in the green central part and in the lower red right, to the centre of the green strip bears an anchor of silver-coloured admiralty-type cepo, with a height and base equivalent to 70% and 30% of the width of the strip.

It carries three stars of eight golden-colored tips placed in the upper left vertex and in the two lower vertices, inscribed in an imaginary circle with an equivalent diameter 10% of the length of the flag.

You have the following measures:

I.    On ships of 1000 tons or more, of 1.00 m. by side;

II.   On vessels of 150 to 1000 tons, of 0.70 m. By side, and

III. On vessels under 150 tonnes, of 0.50 m. In the following cases, it is placed in the torrotito driza:

IV. On Sundays;

V.   Public holidays and official ceremonies;

VI. The days when there are foreign warships in a national port, or

VII. When a national ship remains in a foreign port.

Article 62

The Dash is the representative flag of a unit or establishment whose endowment is greater than one company and is used to participate in parades or ceremonies.

It is made of black cloth, a block of 0.65 m. By side, with loose silver thread of 0.09 m. Along its perimeter, with the exception of the side of the sheath, it is made with double cloth, it carries for its support a metal frame of wire rod, to the center it has embroidered the coat of arms of the Navy of Mexico inscribed in an imaginary circle of 0.40 m. In diameter and in the lower part, horizontally and parallel to the base, it will bear the name of the naval unit or establishment in silver color, the dimensions of these letters will be 0.05 m. Height, 0.02 m. wide and 0.007 m. thickness.

Article 63

The Standard is the representative flag used instead of the War Flag during military instruction and routine activities of the units and establishments.

It is made of double linen of linen in blue, red or icing, according to the body to which the units belong, being a block of 0.90 m. by side, with loose golden thread of 0.09 m. long on the perimeter with the exception of the sheath; the center is embroidered or painted, in golden color in an imaginary circle of 0.45 m. In diameter, the coat of arms of the Mexican Navy and at the bottom, horizontally and parallel to the base, the name of the unit or establishment, the dimensions of these letters are the same as those described for the scripts.

Article 64

The script and standard of training schools are of the same characteristics as those described in Articles 62 and 63 of this Regulation.

They wear the school's shield with their corresponding colors instead of the Mexican Navy's coat of arms, at the top the Mexican Navy inscription and at the bottom the name of the school in golden letters.

Article 65

The pole to carry the dashes and banners is of black painted wood, of 2 m. with a total length of 0.04 m. In diameter, it carries on its top a moharra of wood, brass or bronze of golden color in the form of a lance of 0.15 m. In length and in its lower part it carries a brass regaton or bronze color of 0.05 m. high.

Article 66

The standard holder or holder is a black painted leather of 0.80 m. Wide and long variable, in the lower part it carries a reinforcement of the same material and on which the cuja goes. At its top, at the height of the chest of the person carrying it, carries the corresponding school shield in gold metal.

The cuja is the cylindrical-shaped metal receptacle of 0.135 m. high and a diameter of 0.055 m. Leather lined with black, and must be at the height of the hip.

Article 67

The decked out is made up of a set of flags belonging to the national and international codes of signs, as well as national flags, flags, flags, National Command and Flag Gallardette Torrotito.

The decked out is used to adorn:

I.    The establishments, on public holidays or when an official ceremony is held, and

II. The surface units, on public holidays, when an official ceremony is held or during stays in foreign port on an official visit.

In cases where the control is determined by the engalanate, it may be used to adorn the stern of the vessel when official receptions are on board.

Article 68

The decked out is divided into full and half-decked engalanate:

I.    The complete search consists in raising the flags of the international code of signals followed by those of the national code in alphabetical order, along a drifter that goes from the torrotito of the bow to the pole pole, becoming firm in the tops of the stick and the mesan stick. The National Flag will be raised to beak in all the sticks and a long to stern, as well as the Torrotito Flag in the bow torrotito. The Commander's and the National Command Gallardette's badge will also be marked, and

II.   The half-decked consists of raising the National Flag to the peak in the main stick, the Torrotito Flag in the bow torrotito, the commander's insignia in the right-hand driver of the main stick, and the National Command Gallardette at the top of the stick. major.

Article 69

The days established to raise the complete engalanado on the Mexican Navy ships will be as follows:

I.    Dates:

A.   5 February,

B.   24 February,

C.   21 March,

D.   April 21,

E.   5 May,

F.   1ro. of June,

G.   September 16,

H.   20 November,

I.    November 23 and

J.   The day to be determined for the transmission of the Federal Executive Branch;

II.   When determined by the High Command, and

III. At the request of the territorial command.

The days set to raise the half-decked in the Mexican Navy ships will be on Sundays and public holidays.

Item 70

The Guirnalda replaces the cocoon and even the ortho on the Mexican Navy ships.

It consists of a drifter with a series of lights of white luminosity, which will be made firm of the torrotito of the bow to the pole pole passing through the stops of the greater stick and the mesan stick.

Item T-2000-1

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation.

Item T-2000-2

Articles 1099 to 1102, 1104 to 1107, 1111 to 1113, 1115 to 1128, 1130, 1132 to 1140, 1150, 1151, 1153, 1154, 1206, 1217, 1219 to 1222, 1224, 1225, 1227, 1229, 1231, 1232, 1238, 1239, 1241, 1242, 1244, 1246, 1252 to 1262, 1265,1267, 1270 to 1289, 1291 to 1303, 1310, 1311, 1313 to 1324, 1326 to 1352, 1355 to 1359, 1361 to 1363, and 1365 to 1371, of the General Ordinance of the Mexican Navy.

Item T-2000-3

For the formalities not covered by this Regulation, the Military Ceremonial Regulation and other applicable legal provisions shall apply.

Given at the Federal Executive Branch, in Mexico City, Federal District, on the twelve days of October of two thousand.-Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León.-Rubrio.-El Secretary of the Navy, José Ramón Lorenzo Franco. -Heading.