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ARMY - DA PAM 25-91

Visual Information Procedures

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Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 1 July 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 56
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Purpose

This publication describes procedures for visual information (VI). It contains specific, detailed guidance for managing and operating Army VI activities. The guidance provided in this pamphlet applies to all authorized Army VI activities. An authorized VI activity is an organizational element (or a function within an organization) in which at least one person is classified as a VI specialist, or whose principal responsibility is to provide VI services. VI activities produce original photography (still and motion media); record, distribute, and broadcast electronically (video or audio); reproduce, distribute, preserve, and acquire VI products; lend VI products or equipment; prepare graphic artwork; fabricate VI aids, models, and displays; operate VI libraries; provide presentation services; or manage any of these activities. All original VI works created by U.S. Government employees as part of their official or assigned duties are works of the U.S. Government as defined in Section 101, Title 17, United States Code (17 USC 101).

Document History

January 17, 2019
Visual Information Procedures
Purpose This publication describes procedures for visual information (VI). It contains specific, detailed guidance for managing and operating Army VI activities. The guidance provided in this...
DA PAM 25-91
July 1, 2014
Visual Information Procedures
Purpose This publication describes procedures for visual information (VI). It contains specific, detailed guidance for managing and operating Army VI activities. The guidance provided in this...
September 30, 1991
VISUAL INFORMATION PROCEDURES
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