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msl 101 study guide - 1 Know when to salute an officer a Do...

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1. Know when to salute an officer a. Do you salute for formal promotion boards? Yes b. Do you salute out of uniform? No c. Do you salute when you hear reveille or retreat? Yes 2. Command given in formation to salute? Present arms 3. Songs you must salute to: Reveille, Retreat, National Anthem, Taps, To the colors, Hail to the chief 4. How many paces from uncased colors must you salute and how many paces pass the uncased colors you hold salute? six paces prior, six paces past 5. Study Rank Insignia (5questions, matching) I have the study guide for this 6. Why do we use rank and where did it come from? Organization, Superiority, Responsibility From the British 6. Which Army Regulation outlines the wear and appearance of uniform? AR 670-1 7. Hair standards for males and females Male – high and tight, sideburns can’t be below opening of ears Female – pulled back off collar in a bun, natural hair color 8. Medals, unit awards, badges, and tabs. Where are they worn ?
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