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Customs and Courtesies

Customs and Courtesies - AFROTC Detachment 010 Aces High...

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AFROTC Detachment 010 CUSTOMS AND COURTESIES BRIEFING “Aces High” August 26, 2010 Cadet 1st Lt. Cross
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Overview Our Wing organizational chart Cadet, enlisted, and commissioned rank Proper greetings Saluting Correct etiquette Email
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Cadet Rank Cadet 4th Class Cadet 3rd Class Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Cadet 1st Lieutenant Cadet Captain Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Cadet Major Cadet Colonel NOTE: Blue indicates POC rank. Always render proper customs and courtesies to the POC.
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Enlisted Rank Airman Basic (No Insignia) Airman Airman 1st Class Senior Airman Staff Sergeant Master Sergeant Technical Sergeant Senior Master Sergeant Chief Master Sergeant Command Chief Master Sergeant Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force
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Commissioned Rank 2nd Lieutenant 1st Lieutenant Captain Major Colonel Lieutenant Colonel Brigadier General Major General Lieutenant General General
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Proper Greetings Greetings of the Day are rendered at all times.
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