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What are 3 marching steps used in Drill?
1. 15 in step
2. 30 in step
3. 30 in step, Double-time
What FM covers Drill & Ceremony?
FM 3-21.5
What is a REVIEW?
A military ceremony used to:
-Honor a visiting high-ranking official
-Present awards & decorations
-Honor or recognize achievements
-Commemerate Events
Wha are 2 prescribed formations for Platoons?
1. LINE
2. COLUMN
What is the Primary Purpose of D&C?
-enable CO or NCO to move troops from 1 place to another in an orderly mannor.
-to aid in disapinary training
-development for all soldiers in the practice of commanding troops.
What are the 4 rest positions that can be given at the halt?
1. Parade Rest
2. At-Ease
3. Stand at-ease
4. Rest
What is the Primary Value of ceremonies?
To render honors, preserve tradition and to simulate Esprit De Corps.
What is a RANK?
A LINE, which is only 1 element in depth.
What foot is your leading foot?
Your left foot.
What is the only command given from 'Inspection Arms'?
'Ready, Port, Arms'
What is an ELEMENT?
An individual, squad, section, platoon, company or larger unit forming part of the next higher unit.
When marching, who is the only person in the platoon who is NEVER out of step?
The Platoon Guide(PG).
What is a FILE?
A COLUMN, which has a front of only 1 element.
If you were marching a squad, when would you give the command 'squad halt'?
When either foot strikes the ground.
What is a formation?
The arrangement of Elements of a Unit, in a prescribed mannor.
After weapons have been issued and all soldiers have Fallen-In with their weapons, What is the next command you should give?
'Inspection Arms'
While passing the COLORS or while the COLORS are passing you, when is the Salute rendered?
6 paces before & 6 paces after.
How many steps per minute is Quick-time?
120 steps per minute.
How many steps per minute is Double-time?
180 steps per minute.
What command is given to reverse the direction of a march?
Rear march.
From what position are all stationary movements given?
Position of Attention.
On what foot would you give the command 'Mark-time, March'?
On either foot.
What is COVER?
Aligning yourself directly behind the person in front, while maintaning correct distance.
How do you measure a STEP?
Heel to heel.
What is DEPTH?
The space from front to rear of a formation, including front and rear elements.
What is the interval between the Prepetory Command & the Command of Execution?
1 Step or 1 Count.
What are the2 parts of most Drill commands?
1. Prepetory command
2. Command of Execution
How many steps does each rank take when a Platoon is given the command 'Open Ranks'?
1st- 2 steps forward
2nd- 1 step forward
3rd- stands fast
4th- 2 15-inch steps backward
What are 5 types of commands in Drill?
1. 2-part
2. Combined
3. Supplementing
4. Directive
5. ? no ans.
What position is the unit guidon in once the prepetory command is given?
The raised vertical position.
What are some examples of COMBINED Command?
- FALL-IN
- AT-EASE
- REST
Define Cadence...
The rhythm at which a movement is executed.
quick-time is 120 steps per min. doule-time is 180.
What is at Close interval?
Lateral space between soldiers from right to left, by the soldier on the right placing the heel of his hand at the belt line, with his elbow touching the arm of the soldier to the left's arm.
What is Double interval?
The lateral space between soldiers from right to left, by raising both arms shoulder high, so fingure tips touch fingure tips of soldiers on both sides.
What is Normal interval?
The lateral space between soldiers measured from right to left, by soldier on right raising left arm shoulder high, with fingure tips touching shoulder of soldier to the left.
What command is given to revoke a prepetory command?
'AS you were'.
Who is responsible for training & appearence of the Color-Guard?
The CSM>
What is a Guidon?
A swallow-tailed flag carried by Companies, Batteries, Troops and certain Detachments.
When executing a Rear-March, which foot do you pivot?
Both feet, turning 180 degres to the RIGHT.
Wha are 3 methods used to teach Drill?
1. Step by step
2. By the Numbers
3. Talk-through Method
What 4 movements in marching require a 15-inch step?
1. Half-step
2. Right-step
3. Left-step
4. Backward march
How many steps should separate Platoons when a Company is formed up?
5 steps.
What is the only command that can be given from 'Inspection Arms', when performing Drill with an M-16?
'Ready, Port Arms'.
Waht is the 'Blue Book'?
Drill manual used by Baron Von Steuben to train the Colonial Army.
1st Army FM.
Can a command be changed after the command of execution is given?
NO
How far in front of the Honor Company or Color Company do the COLORS halt?
10 steps.