MSL101L03 US Military Customs and Courtesies SR.pdf lesson 3.pdf

Individual drill 20 january 2012 tc 3 215 4 7 wrist

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Individual Drill 20 January 2012 TC 3-21.5 4-7 wrist are straight, the elbow inclined slightly forward, and the upper arm horizontal (1, Figure 4-5). b. When wearing headgear without a visor (or uncovered) and not wearing glasses, execute the Hand Salute in the same manner as previously described, except touch the tip of the right forefinger to the forehead near and slightly to the right of the right eyebrow (2, Figure 4-5). c. When wearing headgear without a visor (or uncovered) and wearing glasses, execute the Hand Salute in the same manner as previously described, except touch the tip of the right forefinger to that point on the glasses where the temple piece of the frame meets the right edge of the right brow (3, Figure 4-5). d. Order Arms from the Hand Salute is a one-count movement. The command is Order , ARMS. On the command of execution ARMS, return the hand sharply to the side, resuming the Position of Attention. e. When reporting or rendering courtesy to an individual, turn the head and eyes toward the person addressed and simultaneously salute . In this situation, the actions are executed without command. The Salute is initiated by the subordinate at the appropriate time (six paces) and terminated upon acknowledgment. (See Appendix A for more information on saluting.) Figure 4-5. Hand Salute Section II. STEPS AND MARCHING This section contains all of the steps in marching of the individual Soldier. These steps should be learned thoroughly before proceeding to unit drill. 4-5. BASIC MARCHING INFORMATION This basic marching information pertains to all marching movements. a. All marching movements executed from the Halt are initiated from the Position of Attention. b. Except for Route Step March and At Ease March, all marching movements are executed while marching at Attention. Marching at Attention is the combination of the Position of Attention and the procedures for the prescribed step executed simultaneously. c. When executed from the Halt, all steps except Right Step begin with the left foot. (See Chapter 3, paragraph 3-1a and paragraph 4-15a.)
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