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Drill & Ceremony, Military Courtesy

Presented By: SSG Clutter, J. U.S. Army
“Leading Tomorrow’s Leaders”

Task, Conditions, Standards
 Task:
To correctly navigate a group of soldiers using basic moving techniques. To learn and use basic Military Courtesies in the everyday work environment. Given FM 22-5, A block of instructions and a group of highly motivated soldiers. To correctly maneuver a group of 3 or more soldiers from a designated point to another designated point using all the moving techniques learned in the class. Also to use proper military courtesies depending on the situation.

 Conditions:  Standard:

Movement Techniques
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Forward March Rear March Column Right Column Left Column Half Right Column Half Left Right Flank Left Flank Mark Time March 10) About Face 11) File From the Left Column Left 3) File From the Right Column Right 4) Counter Column 5) Open Ranks 6) Parade Rest, Stand At Ease, At Ease

REMEMBER!!!!!
Ensure to use Preparatory and Command of Execution with the proper Pitch and Inflection of your voice.

Column Left/ Column Right
Column Left Column Right

1st 2nd 3rd 4th
1st Sqd will perform a left face and continue to march at a half step until all squads are on line. 2nd Sqd will step of with their left foot and pivot on the first step of their right foot. 3rd Sqd will step of with their left foot and pivot twice (each time being a half pivot). 4th Sqd will step of with their left foot and take an additional step and pivot two times (each time being a half pivot).

1st 2nd 3rd 4th
4th Sqd will perform a left face and continue to march at a half step until all squads are on line. 3rd Sqd will step of with their left foot and pivot on the first step of their right foot. 2nd Sqd will step of with their left foot and pivot twice (each time being a half pivot). 1st Sqd will step of with their left foot and take an additional step and pivot two times (each time being a half pivot).

File from the Left/ File from the Right
File from the Left
“Stand Fast”

File from the Right
“Stand Fast”

1st

2nd 3rd
“Column Left”

4th

1st

2nd 3rd

4th

“Column Right”

On the command “File from the left, Column Left”. 1st Squad will sound off with “Column Left”. 2nd,3rd, and 4th Squad will simultaneously sound off with “Stand Fast”

On the command “File from the right, Column Right”. 4th Squad will sound off with “Column Right”. 1st,2nd, and 3rd Squad will simultaneously sound off with “Stand Fast”

Counter Column
4 Steps 3 Steps 2 Steps 1 Step

1st Squad

2nd Squad

3rd Squad

4th Squad

On the command of “Counter Column, March”:
1st Squad will take an additional 4 steps and on the 5th step will execute a column right. They will proceed until clearing 4th Squad and execute another column right. 2nd Squad will take an additional 2 steps and on the 3rd step will execute a column right. They will proceed until clearing 3rd Squad and execute another column right. 3rd Squad will take an additional 1 step and perform a column left and then another immediate column left. 4th Squad will take and additional 3 steps and perform a column left. They will proceed until clearing 2nd Squad and execute another column left. ** The first squad to complete the movement first will start marching at a half step until all squads are online and then will continue at regular march interval.

Open Ranks
Platoon Formation at Regular Interval
1st Squad 2nd Squad 3 Squad
rd

Platoon Formation at Open Ranks
1st Squad

1st Squad will take two steps
2nd Squad

2nd Squad will take one step
3rd Squad

4th Squad

3rd Squad will stand fast
On the command of “Open Ranks”: 1st Sqd will take two 30in steps forward. 2nd Sqd will take one 30in step forward 3rd Sqd will stand fast and not move 4th Sqd will take to half-steps backwards 4th Squad

4th Squad will take two half steps backwards

Military Courtesy
 Proper respect for rank
– Reporting to the Commander/1SG – Officer/NCO entering a building/room

 Greeting of the day
– Saluting Officer’s with Greeting of the day – Giving the Greeting of the Day to all personnel

 Off duty
– Personal Dress – Actions during off duty

Respect to Rank
Reporting to the Commander:
1. Knock on the door and wait until given permission to enter. 2. Take the most direct path to the Commanders desk and stand approximately 3 steps away. Go to the position of attention and salute and present your rank and name. 3. Lower salute after the commander has rendered the hand salute to you. 4. Remain at the position of attention unless otherwise told to so.

Reporting to the 1SG:
1. Knock on the door and wait until given permission to enter. 2. Take the most direct path to the 1SG’s desk and stand approximately 3 away. Stand at the position of attention and present rank and name. 3. Remain at the position of attention until the 1SG has told you otherwise.

Officer/NCO Entering/Leaving a building
Officer entering a building:
1. If the Officer is the highest ranking person entering the building you will sound off with “_________ Attention” (I.E. Commander enters the building in the morning for P.T.).

Officer leaving a building:
1. If the Officer is the highest ranking person leaving the building you will sound of with “_________ Attention” (I.E. Commander leaves work for the day).

NCO entering a building:
1. If the NCO is the highest ranking person entering the building you will sound of with “At Ease” (I.E. 1SG enters the building in the morning for P.T.).

NCO leaving a building:
1. If the NCO is the highest ranking person leaving the the building you will sound of with “At Ease” (I.E. 1SG leaves work for the day).

Greeting of the Day
Greeting Officers:
1. If outdoors you will render a hand salute within 6 paces of each other. Also a greeting of the day will be given (1st TMCA does not have a greeting of the day, therefore the greeting is determined by the time of day). I would suggest a greeting of the day to be the 1st TMCA motto (“First To Move”). 2. If indoors a greeting will be given with no hand salute. The same greeting applies as the above.

Greeting NCO:
1. If outdoors you will give the greeting of the day to all NCO’s to include personnel not in the unit. 2. If indoors the greeting will be given.

Greeting All Personnel:
1. All personnel will receive a greeting.

Off Duty
Wear and Appearance:
1. Your clothing represents the U.S.Army, and the United States. 2. Ear rings will NOT be worn by males on any U.S. Military Installation.

Actions on Off Duty:
1. Your conduct duty should reflect the same conduct on duty. You are responsible for your actions and if the senior person you are responsible for the actions of those in your party. 2. In Europe or any other foreign country maintain Force Protection and do not make yourself or any persons in your party a target.

Check on Learning
Q) What foot do you step off from when given the command “Forward March”? A) Left Foot Q) What foot do you pivot on when conducting “Rear March”? A) Right Foot Q) How do you report to the 1SG? A) Knock on door, position yourself 3 steps from the 1SG’s desk, sound off with rank and name, remain at position of attention until told otherwise.

Movement Checklist
Go NoGo Go NoGo

Forward March Rear March Column Right Column Left Column Half Right Column Half Left Right Flank Left Flank Mark Time March

About Face File From the Left Column Left File From the Right Column Right Counter Column Open Ranks Parade Rest, Stand At Ease, At Ease

Grader:_________________ Rank:__________________

THE END
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