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What are the duties of a guard?
He must memorize, understand and comply with his general orders, and the special orders particular to his post.
What is your 1st General Order?
I will guard everything within the limits of my post and quit my post only when properly releived.
What is your 2nd General Order?
I will obey my special orders and perform all my duties in a military manner.
What is you 3rd General Order?
I will report violations of my special orders, emergencies, and anything not covered in my insturections to the commander of the relief.
What is interior guard duty?
A special unit which is required to preserve order, protect property and enforce military regulations.
What is deadly force?
The power to cause death or bodily harm.
What are special orders?
Orders which define exactly what a guard must do on a particular post and/or particular time.
What are the Two parts of a countersign?
Challange and password.
What is a Parole Word?
A secret word known only to those persons on guard and to those personnel entitled to inspect the guard.
When does a sentinel render the "Present Arms" salute?
When at right or left shoulder arms.
What are the purpose of special guards?
Special Guards protect propert not protected by the main guard.
When are sentinels not required to salute?
When their specific duty prevents it.
If a large area is to be guarded by a small number of men, what system would be most effective?
Patrol system.
What normally is the length of time a guard stays on his post before being relieved?
Two hours