Military courtesy and salute

Despite of the rank, casket of a martyr personnel while in transport or on stand has to be saluted by all ranks of personnel.

These are a few: Never criticize your service or your leaders in public. In Marine Corps basic training, do not use personal pronouns such as "you," "I," or "we. Military courtesy is not a one-way street. As above, salute is marking respect for higher rank or command.

how to salute an officer

When entering a vehicle — the junior goes first and others follow in the inverse of rank lower to higher. Holding arm awkwardly high or sagging too low. The Navy salute has the palm facing towards the ground at a degree angle.

Reporting Outdoors When reporting outdoors, the military member moves rapidly toward the officer, halts approximately three steps from the officer, salutes, and reports as when indoors.

When to salute

You salute to show respect toward an officer, the flag, or your country. When entering a vehicle — the junior goes first and others follow in the inverse of rank lower to higher. Customs A custom is an established practice. When meeting a senior officer. By the mid 19th Century, the salute had evolved further with the open hand, palm to the front, and this has remained the case since then. When an officer enters the room or tent — officers who are junior will stand at attention unless otherwise directed or the officer leaves the room. Holding arm awkwardly high or sagging too low. This dates back to the days of sailing ships, when tar and pitch were used to seal a ship's timbers from seawater. When the salute is returned, he drops the right hand smartly to the side.

If on the march, arms shall be swung and the head turned to the left or right as required.

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