DA Form 3680 Parade of American Music Entry for Army Performers

DA Form 3680 - also known as the "Parade Of American Music Entry For Army Performers" - is a United States Military form issued by the Department of the Army.

The form - often mistakenly referred to as the DD form 3680 - was last revised on June 1, 2004. Download an up-to-date fillable PDF version of the DA 3680 down below or look it up on the Army Publishing Directorate website.

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PARADE OF AMERICAN MUSIC ENTRY FOR ARMY PERFORMERS
For use of this form, see AR 215-1; the proponent agency is OACSIM.
AUTHORITY:
10 USC 3013
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:
Identify participants in the Parade of American Music for Army Performers.
ROUTINE USES:
Used to apply for entry in the Parade of American Music for Army Performers. Information furnished may be
disclosed to any DOD component or part thereof and, on request to other Federal, State, or local government
agencies for official purposes. It may also be disclosed to news media in publicizing contest participation and results,
and for other lawful purposes, including law enforcement and litigation. Home address is required to contact the
individual.
DISCLOSURE:
Disclosure is voluntary. If the requested information is not provided, the individual may be prevented from
participation in the Parade of American Music for Army Performers.
1. NAME OF ENTRANT
2. MILITARY ORGANIZATION
3. COMPLETE ADDRESS OF ENTRANT
(Identify as you would have
AND ADDRESS/TELEPHONE
(Include ZIP Code)
the entry cited in an Award of Merit)
4. INSTALLATION ENTRY REPRESENTS
(With address)
5. COMPETITION DIVISION
(Check one)
Army Band
Installation/Entertainment Program
6. NAME OR THEME OF PROGRAM
7. PROGRAM CATEGORY (See reverse)
8. DATE AND PLACE OR PRESENTATION (s) (List individually)
9. TOTAL ATTENDANCE FOR ALL
PERFORMANCES
10. PROCLAMATION
(identify by name and title the individual making the proclamation, endorse copy)
11. NEWSPAPER PUBLICITY (List names, dates, and places of publication)
12. RADIO-TV PUBLICITY (Name stations, locations, list programs, publicity)
13. REMARKS
14. SIGNATURE OF ENTRANT
15. DATE
DA FORM 3680, JUN 2004
EDITION OF JUN 94 IS OBSOLETE
APD LC v1.01ES
PARADE OF AMERICAN MUSIC ENTRY FOR ARMY PERFORMERS
For use of this form, see AR 215-1; the proponent agency is OACSIM.
AUTHORITY:
10 USC 3013
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:
Identify participants in the Parade of American Music for Army Performers.
ROUTINE USES:
Used to apply for entry in the Parade of American Music for Army Performers. Information furnished may be
disclosed to any DOD component or part thereof and, on request to other Federal, State, or local government
agencies for official purposes. It may also be disclosed to news media in publicizing contest participation and results,
and for other lawful purposes, including law enforcement and litigation. Home address is required to contact the
individual.
DISCLOSURE:
Disclosure is voluntary. If the requested information is not provided, the individual may be prevented from
participation in the Parade of American Music for Army Performers.
1. NAME OF ENTRANT
2. MILITARY ORGANIZATION
3. COMPLETE ADDRESS OF ENTRANT
(Identify as you would have
AND ADDRESS/TELEPHONE
(Include ZIP Code)
the entry cited in an Award of Merit)
4. INSTALLATION ENTRY REPRESENTS
(With address)
5. COMPETITION DIVISION
(Check one)
Army Band
Installation/Entertainment Program
6. NAME OR THEME OF PROGRAM
7. PROGRAM CATEGORY (See reverse)
8. DATE AND PLACE OR PRESENTATION (s) (List individually)
9. TOTAL ATTENDANCE FOR ALL
PERFORMANCES
10. PROCLAMATION
(identify by name and title the individual making the proclamation, endorse copy)
11. NEWSPAPER PUBLICITY (List names, dates, and places of publication)
12. RADIO-TV PUBLICITY (Name stations, locations, list programs, publicity)
13. REMARKS
14. SIGNATURE OF ENTRANT
15. DATE
DA FORM 3680, JUN 2004
EDITION OF JUN 94 IS OBSOLETE
APD LC v1.01ES
Block 7
PROGRAM CATEGORY.
American opera in English.
Folk music American.
Jazz.
Military folk or historic music (reflective of American military life and experiences).
Music from radio, television, or motion pictures.
Music of the church.
Period of historic music of the United States.
Rock operas.
Serious contemporary.
Serious rock music significant of the times.
Works by U.S. Army personnel, including a manuscript and tape.
Works regional, state or local composers.
Miscellaneous music in appropriate sequences.
APD LC v1.01ES
REVERSE OF DA FORM 3680, JUN 2004

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