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15 Cards in this Set

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Is an officer required to return the salute of an EM that salutes him?
Yes, except at pay calls.
When in formation, who salutes?
The person in charge.
Who salutes in a group of soldiers not in formation?
The first person to see the officer should call the group to attention and everyone shoud salute.
What should ne done when a officer enters a dining facility?
If he is senior officer present, the first erson to see him/her should call "At Ease".
When is the only time you don not remove your headgear when reporting to an officer indoors?
When under arms.
When are you considered under arms?
When you are carring a weapon in your hands, by sling, or holster.
Does a sentry on guard duty indoors salute?
Where is the only place a person under arms removes his headgear?
In a chapel.
When meeting an officer outdoors, at what distance so you salute?
Six steps.
When walking with an officer or person senior to you, what side do you walk on?
The left side.
When entering a vehicle, who enters first?
The junior person present from the right side of the vehicle.
Who exits a militry vehicle first?
The senior person then in descending order.
When does the driver of a vehicle salute?
Only when the vehicle is at a halt and the motor in not running.
What are the primary values of conducting cermonies?
To render honors, preserve traditions and stimulate esprit de corps.