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