218 award may be made and the medal or device presented to his repre^ sentative, as designated by the President. (b) If a person dies before an authorized service medal or device prescribed as a part thereof is presented to him under section 3751 of this title, it may be presented to his family. § 3753. Civil War battle streamers If, under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Army, it is determined that a regiment or other unit of the Army is entitled to that honor, the regiment or unit may carry any appropriate Civil W a r battle streamer with its colors or standards.
CHAPTER 359—SEPARATION FROM REGULAR ARMY FOR FAILURE TO MEET STANDARDS Sec.
3781. 3782. 3783. 3784. 3785. 3786.
Selection boards: composition; duties. Boards of inquiry: composition; duties. Boards of review: composition; duties. Removal of oflBcer: action by Secretary of the Army upon recommendation. Rights and procedures. Officer considered for removal: voluntary retirement or honorable discharge; severance benefits.
§3781. Selection boards: composition; duties The Secretary of the Army shall convene annually a selection board composed of five general officers. The selection board shall review the record of each commissioned officer on the active list of tho Regular Army to determine whether he shall be required, because of failure to achieve the standards of performance to be prescribed by the Secretary by regulation, to show cause for his retention on the active list. §3782. Boards of inquiry: composition; duties (a) Boards of inquiry, each composed of three or more general officers, shall be convened, at such places as the Secretary of the Army may prescribe, to receive evidence and make findings and recommendations as to the fitness of officers to be retained on the active list of the Regular Army. (b) A fair and impartial hearing before a board of inquiry shall be given to each officer required to show cause for retention under section 3781 of this title. (c) If a board of inquiry recommends the retention of an officer, his case is closed. However, at any future time he may be again required to show cause for retention under section 3781 of this title. (d) If a board of inquiry recommends the removal of an officer from the active list of the Regular Army, it shall send the record of its proceedings to a board of review. §3783. Boards of review: composition; duties (a) Boards of review, each composed of five or more general officers, shall be convened by the Secretary of the Army, at such times as he may prescribe, to review the cases of officers recommended by boards of inquiry for removal from the active list of the Regular Army, and to make recommendations as to the retention of those officers.