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  1. Drill Dorset Wilts Wing JNCO Course

  2. Objectives • By the end of this session you will be able to • List the three parts of an order • List the Introductory/cautionary words of command • List the correct feet for giving Marching Orders • List some of the points which should be born in mind by someone taking a squad for drill • List the orders for forming up a squad

  3. Aims of drill • To produce a cadet who is proud, alert and obedient • To provide the basis for team work • To develop in NCOs the abilities to command & control

  4. Squad drill • Aims: • To move a body of personnel between two places • To give cadets the opportunity to practice drill movements • To reinforce the authority of NCOs

  5. Squad commanders • Stand to attention when giving orders (unless marching) • Be alert and smart • Give the correct orders • Know the subject • Be patient yet firm • Know and be sympathetic to those under his/her control • Pick out those having trouble for individual instruction

  6. Squad commanders • Squad commanders should insist upon • Absolute cleanliness and correctness of each person • Immediate obedience to orders • Silence during parades & drill practices

  7. Drilling a squad – DO… • Know your subject • Be seen and be heard • Be conscious of your own bearing • Pronounce your words of command clearly • Keep control, check and correct • Encourage and praise but be firm with mistakes • Remember, drill is difficult and artificial

  8. Drilling a squad – DON’T… • Threaten, embarrass or ridicule • Demonstrate incorrect drill movements • Make mistakes - or if you do you must admit it • Use Drill as a form of Punishment or as a Training Programme time filler

  9. Points to note • Be aware of the cadets’ needs - too hot, cold, sunny • Do explain what you are going to do – “practice saluting” • Do not turn your back to the squad • Remember to stand to attention when giving orders • Always point things out that are wrong • Never demonstrate an incorrect movement • You are not a drill instructor • You are in command - be positive about it.

  10. Words of command Clear level voice extended call- falling sharp, sudden, loud ! Introductory Cautionary Executive TURN ! right Squad, into line

  11. Introductory/cautionary words of command • Into line, Move to the left/right -- Left/Right Turn ! • Squad – About Turn ! • Squad -- Right Dress ! • Squad -- Eyes Right/Left! • Squad -- Eyes Front ! • (At the Halt) Squad -- To the front/left/right Salute ! • (On the March) Squad - To the front/left/right Salute ! • - Officer passing your front • to the front Salute ! • By the left/right --- Quick March ! • Change Direction Right/Left Wheel ! • S – q – u - a- d ---- Halt !

  12. Correct feet for executive words of command marching in Quick Time • About turn left heel • Left/right/front salute left foot • Eyes left/right/front left foot • Halt left heel • Right turn/incline left heel • Left turn/incline right heel • Change step (marching) right heel • Change step (marking time) left foot • Halt (marking time) left foot • Mark Time left heel • Forward left foot The executive command is given when that part of the specified foot touches the ground

  13. Forming a squad • MARKER • On – PARADE • Squad - SHUN • Squad - MARKER • Tallest on the right, shortest on the left in single rank - SIZE • Squad - NUMBER • Odd numbers, two paces step forward - MARCH • No 1 stand fast, ranks right and left - TURN • Form Squad, quick - MARCH • Squad, Right - DRESS • Eyes - FRONT

  14. In line NCO IC

  15. In column of threes NCO IC

  16. In column of route NCO IC

  17. Step and pace Length of Pace • slow/quick time 75cm • stepping short 53cm • stepping out 83cm • stepping forward/backward 75cm • sideways march 30cm Time in Marching • Slow time 65 paces per minute • Quick time 116 paces per minute • Stepping forward/backward 116 paces per minute • Sideways marching 116 paces per minute

  18. Objectives • By the end of this session you will be able to • List the three parts of an order • List the Introductory/cautionary words of command • List the correct feet for giving Marching Orders • List some of the points which should be born in mind by someone taking a squad for drill • List the orders for forming up a squad