Prohibitions. Soldiers are prohibited from the following actions in support of extremist organizations or activities. Penalties for violations of these prohibitions include the full range of statutory and regulatory sanctions, both criminal (UCMJ), and administrative.
(1) Participating in public demonstrations or rallies.
(2) Attending a meeting or activity with the knowledge that the meeting or activity involves an extremist cause when—
(a) Whether on or off duty.
(b) Whether in or out of uniform.
(c) In a foreign country (whether on or off-duty or in or out of uniform).
(d) It constitutes a breach of law and order.
(e) It is likely to result in violence.
(f) In violation of off-limits sanctions.
(g) In violation of a commander’s order.
(3) Fundraising activities.
(4) Recruiting or training members (including encouraging other Soldiers to join).
(5) Creating, organizing, or taking a visible leadership role in such an organization or activity.
(6) Distributing literature on or off a military installation, the primary purpose and content of which concerns advocacy or support of extremist causes, organizations, or activities; and it appears that the literature presents a clear danger to the loyalty, discipline, or morale of military personnel or the distribution would materially interfere with the accomplishment of a military mission.
(7) Receiving financial assistance from a person or organization who advocates terrorism, the unlawful use of force or violence to undermine or disrupt U.S. military operations, subversion, or sedition.