Customs_and_Courtesies

Customs_and_Courtesies - Military Customs Military and...

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Military Customs Military Customs and Courtesies and Courtesies
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Samples of Behavior Samples of Behavior 1. Define “military customs and courtesies.” 2. Recognize various enlisted and officer rank insignia. 3. Identify when saluting is appropriate. 4. Describe the correct procedure for reporting to a senior officer. 5. Identify common “do’s and don’ts” of military etiquette.
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Customs and Courtesies Customs and Courtesies Definitions Rank Recognition Rendering Courtesies General Courtesies Reporting Procedures Overview
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Definitions Definitions Custom – a social convention stemming from tradition and enforced as an unwritten law Courtesy – written guidance governing a particular behavior
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Airman Insignia Rank Recognition Airman (Amn) Airman First Class (A1C) Senior Airman (SrA) “No Rank” Airman Basic (AB)
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Junior Noncommissioned Officers Rank Recognition Staff Sergeant (SSgt) Technical Sergeant (TSgt)
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Senior Noncommissioned Officer Rank Recognition Master Sergeant (MSgt) Senior Master Sergeant (SMSgt) Chief Master Sergeant (CMSgt)
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First Sergeant (1st Sgt) Rank Recognition – Special Positions
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Command Chief Master Sergeant (CCM) Rank Recognition - Special Positions
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Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF) Rank Recognition - Special Positions
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Company Grade Officers Rank Recognition Second Lieutenant (2Lt) First Lieutenant (1Lt) Captain (Capt)
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Field Grade Officers Rank Recognition Major (Maj) Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) Colonel (Col)
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General Officers Brigadier General Major General Lieutenant General General Rank Recognition
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Chaplains and Doctors Rank Recognition - Special Positions
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Army / Marines Rank Recognition – Other Services
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Navy/ Coast Guard Rank Recognition – Other Services
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Rendering Courtesies Rendering Courtesies Saluting
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Rendering Courtesies Rendering Courtesies Saluting Special Considerations
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Rendering Courtesies Rendering Courtesies Saluting Special Considerations Groups
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Rendering Courtesies Rendering Courtesies Staff Cars
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