MILITARY EDUCATION DIRECTORATE GENERAL RULE
Published in the DOF on June 24, 1938
On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United Mexican States.-Presidency of the Republic.
LÁZARO CÁRDENAS, Constitutional President of the United Mexican States, to its inhabitants, known:
That in the use of the powers conferred on the Executive of the Union the fraction I of article 89 of the Political Constitution of the Republic, it has been well to issue the following
GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF MILITARY EDUCATION REGULATION
ARTICLE 1.-The General Directorate of Military Education, is a higher body within the organization of the Secretariat of National Defense and will depend directly on the Superior Chiefs of this, maintaining a close league with the Military Technical Directorate. (E.M.E.).
ARTICLE 2.-The Directorate General of Military Education is responsible for the immediate supervision of the educational work in the Military Schools, the study of the problems that arise in this respect. To be presented with their opinion to the higher approval through the conduit due, and to the fixing of the details of execution in the orientations that on the same subject point the Secretary of the National Defense, through the Direction Military technique, in Army Staff functions.
ARTICLE 3. -They are the responsibility of the General Directorate of Military Education:
I. -Technical supervision of education in all educational establishments.
II.-Surveillance in the implementation of instructional programs in military schools.
III.-Fixing of traineeships.
IV.-The supervision of Military Public Enforcement, under the directives of the National Defense Secretariat.
V.-Military Education Statistics.
VI.-Taxation in the administrative application of the budget items of the Military Schools.
ARTICLE 4.-The General Directorate of Military Education, to fulfill its task, will exercise constant vigilance in the schools of its dependency.
ARTICLE 5.-It will contribute in the cases that are especially fixed to it, to the development of the studies and works of military interest that have connection with their mission.
ARTICLE 6.-The General Directorate of Military Education will be the regular conduit for relations between the Secretariat of National Defense and military schools.
ARTICLE 7.-The General Directorate of Military Education will be constituted as follows:
a).-Directorate-General, Help and Particular Secretariat.
b).-Technical Council of Military Education.
c).-Directorate of Elementary Schools of Troop and "Sons of the Army".
e). -Administrative Section.
ARTICLE 8. -The Military Education establishments that remain under the control of the General Directorate of Military Education, in accordance with the Regulations of the Secretariat, are as follows:
b).-Instruction Center for Chiefs and Officers.
c).-School of Application.
d).-School of Aviation.
e).-School of Transmissions.
f).-Military Naval School.
g).-School of Intrend.
h).-Military Medical School.
i).-School of Physical Education.
j).-High School of War.
ARTICLE 9.-The Military Schools listed in the previous article may be increased, deleted, or incorporated in other departments of the Secretariat of National Defense, according to the needs or convenience of the case.
ARTICLE 10.-The General Directorate of Military Education will be in charge of a general of the class of war designated by the C. President of the Republic, on the proposal of the Secretary of National Defense.
ARTICLE 11.-The Director General of Military Education will have an Assistant and a Particular Secretariat, for the official service of his office, which will be constituted by the heads and officers helpers to be fixed in the corresponding Organic Planilla.
ARTICLE 12.-The Special Assistant and Secretariat shall operate in accordance with the particular instructions imposed upon them by the Director General.
Technical Council for Military Education
ARTICLE 13.-The Technical Council of Military Education will operate within the General Directorate of Military Education and will have as its object the study of the problems that are presented on the teaching, by the Direct observation of the Education Facilities, in order to propose to the Secretary of National Defense, the measures that it is necessary to adopt in each case, in order to be reviewed by the Military Technical Directorate, the Secretariat the appropriate orders.
ARTICLE 14.-The Technical Council of Military Education will be composed of the Director General of Military Education as President, and the directors of the Military Schools of his dependency, as He will serve as Secretary of the Technical Council, the Head of the Technical Section of the Directorate-General.
ARTICLE 15. -The specification of the powers of the Council and its internal functioning shall be standardised by a particular regulation.
Directorate of Elementary Schools of Troop and "Sons of the Army"
ARTICLE 16.-The Directorate of Elementary Schools of Troop and "Sons of the Army", affects the General Directorate of Military Education, will be in charge of exercising control of education in the establishments that correspond to it, under the guidelines that the Secretariat of National Defense will establish through the Directorate General.
ARTICLE 17.-This Directorate will be in charge of a General or Chief of the Army of War Class, designated by the Secretary of National Defense, directly or on a proposal from the Director General of Military Education.
ARTICLE 18. -The organization and functioning of the Directorate of Elementary Schools of Troop and "Sons of the Army" will be governed by a special regulation.
ARTICLE 19.-The Technical Section is responsible for the initial study of technical matters related to military education, and for the statistical collection of teaching plans and study programmes that correspond to the schools that are dependent on the Directorate-General.
ARTICLE 20. -This section will be in charge of a chief appointed by the Secretary of National Defense, on a proposal from the Director General of Military Education, and for its internal functioning will be constituted in the number of tables that is necessary to attend to the The following issues:
Technical Council Affairs.
Teachers of the Schools. (Oppositions, selection, and so on.)
Students. (Admission examinations.)
Review of the calls.
Classification of courses.
Practices. (Your corresponding organization and criticism.)
Regular and final tests.
Review of exam certificates.
National and foreign information related to military schools.
Disclosure to schools.
Technical and education reports.
Study of initiatives to propose to the Secretariat of National Defense.
Project of reforms to the regulations of the Directorate and Schools.
Proposals for directives to carry out the supervision of military public education.
Correspondence of a technical nature with the General Staff or body that does its times.
ARTICLE 21.-The Administrative Section will be in charge of the procedure that originates between the Secretariat of National Defense and the schools, with the Directorate General, as well as the Detall and Statistics corresponding administrative.
ARTICLE 22. -This section will be in charge of a chief appointed by the Secretary of National Defense at the proposal of the Director General of Military Education, and will be in charge of it:
Mapping input and output.
Processing the following topics:
High and low staff.
Proposals for promotions.
Incidents about special payments and payments.
Transport orders, freight orders, and passageways.
Armaments, munitions and complementary materials of Military Education Facilities.
Costumes and equipment.
Signature of the Address.
Training of the Journal of the Directorate-General.
General States of personnel, armaments, costumes, equipment and livestock.
Confronting and cataloging statistical, high and low Military Education Establishments.
Inventory from the General Address.
Registration and issuance of identification cards.
Accounting for department stores and warehouses and schools.
Accounting for the items corresponding to the Directorate General.
ARTICLE 23. -This section, for internal operation, shall be divided into the number of tables that are necessary to meet the tasks assigned to the previous article.
ARTICLE 24. -all schools or educational establishments shall maintain a close technical relationship with the Directorate-General, being independent in their internal administrative arrangements, without prejudice to the Directorate-General itself exercising the relevant audit in the administrative management of these establishments, so it touches their particular budgets.
ARTICLE 25. -It is for the Military Schools and other educational institutions to teach the technical teaching and practical instruction related to their specialty, without prejudice to the fact that, when the Secretariat of National Defense deems it appropriate, assign the mission to teach special courses that have some relationship or affinity with those who regularly correspond to them.
ARTICLE 26. -Schools dependent on the General Directorate of Military Education will be organized and operated according to their particular regulations, maintaining the technical and administrative relations with the aforementioned Directorate, as the present prevents rules.
ARTICLE 27.-By its own powers, the Military Technical Directorate, is the only agency of the Secretariat of National Defense, authorized to review or to determine the study plans of the Various Army and Navy schools.
ARTICLE 28. -All the modifications that the teaching establishments suggest, they will be taken to the consideration of the Directorate General of Military Education, which, with their opinion, will take them to the Military Technical Directorate, so that, after review, they will be subject to higher approval and their effects.
ARTICLE 29. -According to the spirit of Article 2º., the Military Technical Directorate will be the conduit through which the Secretariat of National Defense will give the instructions or directives to be followed in the military teaching, and this procedure must be done by The Directorate-General for Military Education.
ARTICLE 30. -The intervention of the Directorates of the Secretariat of National Defense in the schools corresponding to their specialty, will have the character of statistical administrative control; but for no reason will they have interference in the administration (i) the removal or employment of the staff who constitute such schools.
ARTICLE 31. -The directors of the schools, as responsible for the technical and administrative progress of the teaching establishments in charge, will also be able to manage through the Directorate General of Military Education, the removal of the staff to their orders that in your concept I will not fill your mission.
ARTICLE 32. -The appointment of teachers in the military schools, will be done according to the instructions that the Secretary of National Defense will dictate on the particular.
ARTICLE 33.-As regards the administrative part of each of the Military Education Facilities, the Directorate-General will supervise and monitor the good implementation of the various items constituting the budget of each dependency, and may lay down the measures necessary to correct the irregularities which I will note, without prejudice to the legal procedures, the economic and social responsibility, and the appropriate penalty.
ARTICLE 34. -Military schools that do not constitute the specialization of a weapon or service, will depend directly on the General Directorate of Military Education, both for what is related to the audit of the teaching, and for the Statistical administration issues; this dependence is the conduit to refer to the Secretariat of National Defense all the documentation that they correspond to.
ARTICLE 35.-Regardless of what was prevented in the previous article, the Directorates of the Arms or Services to which the same refers, will be able freely to propose, through the appropriate channels, all those initiatives that tend to improve education in their respective specialties.
ARTICLE 36. -Army and Navy schools will admit annually the number of cadets and officers in instruction to be set by the Military Technical Directorate, according to the Army's needs.
ARTICLE 37. -The procedure for the entry of foreign staff to the schools, will be carried out by the Military Technical Directorate.
Obligations and duties of staff
From the Director General of Military Education
ARTICLE 38.-The Director General of Military Education will have the same powers that correspond to the Heads of Directorate of the Secretariat of National Defense, so it is related to the the internal administrative operation of the Directorate-General, and the powers of command corresponding to its military hierarchy.
ARTICLE 39.-It will be the immediate responsible to the Secretary of National Defense, of the good functioning, technical and administrative, both of the Directorate General and of the schools, for which it will have Inspection powers.
ARTICLE 40.-Will agree with the heads of the Secretariat of National Defense, the issues of their dependency, that are not within their powers to regulate and resolve, assisting in the agreements the days and hours that are flagged to you.
ARTICLE 41. -In accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, it shall have the power to propose to the staff providing its services in the Directorate for its position, ensuring that the management staff of the educational establishments meet the requirements of this Regulation. professional competence that are necessary.
ARTICLE 42.-The Director General of Military Education is authorized, for the convenience of the service, to propose the appointment and removal of the directors in the Education Facilities. Military.
ARTICLE 43.-Under its strictest responsibility, it will maintain a strict discipline, both in the Directorate General and in the educational establishments, since this is the fundamental basis of the efficiency of personnel who are trained or trained in the Army's education centers.
ARTICLE 44.-Try as many means as possible, the constant improvement in the preparation of the officers, to which effect will maintain a particular observation in the development of the teaching and instruction in schools, with their results, in order to propose where necessary, the appropriate.
ARTICLE 45. -will have inspection powers to monitor at any time, the implementation of budget items for the various services of the schools, giving an immediate account of the irregularities so that the providences are taken they better suit.
ARTICLE 46.-It will be for the staff to present themselves as a candidate to join the various schools of the Directorate General, in accordance with what the Secretary of Defense has ordered on the matter. National, meet the requirements to be established in the legal and special provisions dictated by it, and particular regulations of the Military Schools.
ARTICLE 47. -It shall fix the days and hours in which they are to agree with the Heads of the Administrative and Technical Section, as well as the Directors of the other schools or dependencies.
ARTICLE 48. -Through the Technical Section, you will be constantly aware of the progress that will be made during the year of the school year, in the teaching questions, frequently visiting the various establishments of your dependency to give yourself account of the compliance with the regulatory provisions governing each of them, and that the staff shall be committed to the performance of their duties.
ARTICLE 49. -As direct responsibility for the operation of all its dependencies, it will regulate in accordance with approved education plans, the unification of them and the plans to follow.
ARTICLE 50.-Resolve with fairness and justice, dictating the relevant provisions, the complaints that are presented to you by the staff of the various schools of your dependency.
ARTICLE 51. -It will put the "V °." "B °." in the certificate of studies that schools extend to the staff of students.
ARTICLE 52.-Daily will communicate in writing to the Secretariat of National Defense, the part of new developments in the Directorate General and establishments in charge, without prejudice to personally and certainly, when the case warrants it.
ARTICLE 53. -Each bimestre and destined to the General Staff of the Army or agency that will do its times, will report on the development of the teaching programs to be followed in the various centers of military education of its dependency; in the concept that specify in each case the product of its observations. The same procedure shall be observed after the cycles of practices that are carried out.
ARTICLE 54.-With due opportunity, you will formulate the budget of the Directorate General and its dependencies.
ARTICLE 55.-Encourage as many means as possible, the extension of the professional culture of the personnel to their orders, organizing cultural cycles according to the guidelines he proposes and accept or provoke from the Secretariat of National Defense.
ARTICLE 56. -He will make special efforts to ensure that in all the establishments in his office he is given the necessary preference for military physical education and sports, for the benefit of the staff of students.
ARTICLE 57.-In your temporary faults you will be replaced by the Head of the Technical Section.
ARTICLE 58.-It will propose the initiatives that it creates suitable for the constant improvement of the Education Service in the Army, as well as those that are necessary for the supervision of the Education Military Public.
ARTICLE 59.-With due opportunity, you will be asked to indicate the number of places for admission in each of the military schools, so that the corresponding calls are launched.
ARTICLE 60. -Take the staff, staff, destination and other information necessary for the constant control of the items to their orders through their assistants.
From the Head of the Technical Section
ARTICLE 61.-The Head of the Technical Section is responsible for controlling in his/her dependence, all matters of a technical nature related to the military teaching that is imparted in the various establishments of the Directorate-General, thus being the conduit through which the related matters are dealt with with the Director General.
ARTICLE 62.-It will be the one that must replace in his temporary and accidental faults the Director General of Military Education.
ARTICLE 63. -He will have the superiority of charge over all the Heads of Studies of the various schools, with which he will be in close relationship through the Directors of the Directors.
ARTICLE 64. -On behalf of the Director-General of Education, he will make constant visits to schools to take account of the development that will follow the teaching in them and the fulfillment of the corresponding programs.
ARTICLE 65. -During these visits, you will seek to realize the competence of the faculty, as well as the advance that students demonstrate in the courses that are given to them.
ARTICLE 66.-Try to attend as often as possible to the practices that are carried out by the various plants of the Directorate General, especially those in which the works of together, in order to realize the development of them, by making the observations that the Director General of Education believes is relevant.
ARTICLE 67. -According to the information received from the schools that are dependent on the Directorate, it will ensure that the development of the programs of each of the subjects that are taught to the students, is carried out with every success.
ARTICLE 68.-With regard to the psycho-biological control of personnel, it will study the graphs that demonstrate the variants of the students ' capacity, in order to propose what corresponds.
ARTICLE 69. -All the initiatives that are presented by the various agencies of the Directorate General, will be studied by him, issuing opinions so that once approved by the Director General, they will be presented to the Secretariat of National Defense, for approval.
ARTICLE 70.-Annually verify the general study on the results of the teaching obtained in the various schools, making proposals in the event that the methods or systems are modified, as well as the distribution of the work in each of the establishments.
ARTICLE 71. -The reports that are received on the practices carried out by the students in the various schools, will be studied in advance by him, with his observations to the Director General for his knowledge.
ARTICLE 72.-Periodically will propose to the Director General the initiation of conference cycles in the various education centers that are dependent on the Directorate General, in order to promote progress cultural of teachers and other managerial staff.
ARTICLE 73.-Call each time that it is appropriate, with the authorization of the Director General, boards of the Heads of Study of the various establishments, for the study and resolution of the problems which are submitted before being submitted to the Technical Council.
ARTICLE 74. -At any time, you will be able to inform the Director General about the matters of your competence, to which effect you will bring in your office the indexes, relationships, tables and collection of the other data that are necessary for the case.
ARTICLE 75.-As Head of the Psychobiological Laboratory, he will maintain constant control among the staff attending this service, keeping an eye on the statistics, charts, tokens and other documents a day.
ARTICLE 76.-It will be the task of directly formulating the periodic reports on the education provided, which the Directorate General of Military Education will have to present to the Secretariat of National Defense.
ARTICLE 77. -All national and foreign newsletters that are disclosed among the educational establishments must be previously endorsed by him.
From the Administrative Section Chief
ARTICLE 78.-The Chief of the Administrative Section will be in charge of directing the process of the matters that are the responsibility of the Directorate General with the Secretariat of National Defense, and of which it will be between that and the various schools that constitute it.
ARTICLE 79. -It will also be responsible for the training of the General Detall of the educational establishments, according to the information that is particularly received from the other agencies.
ARTICLE 80. -Agree with the Director General on the days and hours to be fixed, the matters to be of the higher resolution, directly agreeing those that are subject to the regulatory procedure, both in relation to the general procedure and the of the Directorate; it shall strictly observe the provisions and arrangements laid down in the Rules of Procedure of the Organization and the Functioning of the Secretariat of National Defense.
ARTICLE 81.-In the name of the Director General, he may perform inspection duties on the bins or any of the various schools that depend on the Directorate General, demanding and monitoring the procedures They are in line with legal preventions.
ARTICLE 82. -By delegation of the same Director General, will audit the application of the various items of the particular budgets of all the agencies, giving account of all the irregularities that I will notice in order to take the providences of the case.
ARTICLE 83. -It will carry in its office all the statistics of Detall relating to the personnel, material, livestock and equipment of which the various schools are endowed, forming the general states that serve for the corresponding information, both to the Director General as well as the Secretary of National Defense.
ARTICLE 84.-It will be formulated through its auxiliary organs, the journal of the Directorate General.
ARTICLE 85. -Without encroaching on the powers that correspond to the Directors of the various educational establishments, he will have the superiority of charge over all the administrative staff who serve in the various schools.
ARTICLE 86.-All correspondence to the General Directorate of Military Education will be reviewed by him before making the appropriate distribution, from then on to the Director General. issues that you claim an urgent solution.
ARTICLE 87. -When ordered by the Director General, it shall pass inspection magazine to all the material and livestock of which the various establishments dependent on the said Directorate are endowed, giving account of the observations it makes and irregularities to discover.
Of The Table Chiefs
ARTICLE 88.-The Heads of the Bureau will be responsible to the immediate chiefs, the good performance of the tasks entrusted to them, exercising the command authority in relation to their hierarchy, the staff who are at their orders.
ARTICLE 89.-It will be observed that the provisions dictated by their bosses are strictly observed and that the tasks are performed with all efficiency and attention.
ARTICLE 90.-They will keep absolute discretion in matters that are entrusted to them with the character of reserved and will always keep up to date the information that is necessary to give account to their leaders at any time they are requested to do so.
ARTICLE 91. -they will have the right of initiative in the matters that correspond to them, seeking by all means possible an improvement of the service in all its aspects.
ARTICLE 92.-They will require a timely assistance in their personnel so that the tasks entrusted to them do not suffer any interruption.
ARTICLE 93. -In all cases of regulatory resolution, they shall ask their heads for instructions, in order to ensure that a formal criterion on them is settled from the outset.
ARTICLE 94. -In cases of staff deficiency, they may propose their removal in order to always be assisted by competent personnel in the tasks entrusted to them and avoid prejudice to service.
From the subalternate staff
ARTICLE 95. -The subordinate staff assigned in the different departments of the Directorate General will have the obligation to strictly comply with the service matters entrusted to them, putting all their commitment to the best development of them.
ARTICLE 96.-They will keep absolute discretion of all matters that they know and will not be able to give any particular report, unless they already have the authorization of superiority.
ARTICLE 97.-They will assist with punctuality to their work and will observe among them the respect and obedience that corresponds, according to their military hierarchies.
ARTICLE 98. -Whenever you have any doubts about the work that corresponds to them, they will consult their immediate bosses.
ARTICLE 99. -During office hours it is strictly forbidden to use time in matters other than service.
ARTICLE 100. -In all matters relating to the procedure as well as the movement of the staff, the requirements set out in Titles V and VI of the Rules of Procedure of the National Defense Secretariat will be followed.
ARTICLE 101. -The personnel of the General Directorate of Military Education will comply with the obligations of this Regulation, as well as the relative obligations of the Secretariat of National Defense.
ARTICLE 102.-The General Directorate of Military Education will send monthly to the Secretariat of National Defense (Military Technical Directorate), a report of the behavior and activities of all the foreigners who are studying in military schools.
This Regulation shall enter into force from the date of its publication in the Official Journal, with all the provisions which it is opposing shall be repealed.
And in compliance with the provisions of Article 89 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, and for its publication and observance, it promulgated the present at the residence of the Federal Executive Branch, in Mexico City, Federal District, on the eighteen days of April, thousand nine hundred and thirty-eight.-Lazaro Cárdenas.-Heading.-Brigadier General, Secretary of the National Defense, Manuel Avila Camacho.- Heading.