Military Customs & Courtesy. Presented By: SPC Paul Borbiliac. Title Outline Meanings of Customs & Courtesy Examples of Customs Examples of Courtesies The Hand Salute Origin and Meaning Appropriate and Non-Appropriate examples of Saluting Walking with and addressing Officers and NCOs
Presented By: SPC Paul Borbiliac
Reporting for pay
NCO- enlisted person, as a sergeant or corporal, holding any of various ranks below commissioned or warrant officers
Commissioned Officer- a military or naval officer holding rank by commission.
When speaking to an Officer stand at attention until ordered otherwise
When dismissed, come to attention and salute
When a Officer enters a room, the first soldier to recognize him calls the room to attention
An Officer is always addressed as Sir/Ma’am depending on the sex.
When speaking to an NCO stand at parade rest until ordered otherwise
When an NCO of a superior rank enters a room, the first soldier to recognize him calls the room to at ease
Always greet or address the NCO with the appropriate title (“Sergeant/Sergeant-Major)Common Rules
Upon hearing, soldiers will come to attention and salute the flag or the direction of the music.
Upon hearing, soldiers will come to attention face the flag or the music and wait to salute.
Upon hearing, soldiers will come to attention face the flag or the direction of the music and stand at attention and wait to salute.
March along, sing our songwith the Army of the freeCount the brave,count the true,who have fought to victory. We're the Army and proud of our name; We're the Army and proudly proclaim:
First to fight for the right, and to build the Nation's might, And the Army Goes Rolling Along Proud of all we have done, Fighting till the battle's won, And the Army Goes Rolling Along
CHORUS: Then it's hi, hi, hey! The Army's on its way Count off the cadence loud and strong (two, three) For wher-e'er we go, You will always know that the Army Goes Rolling Along
Valley Forge, Custer's ranks, San Juan hill and Patton's tanks, And the Army went rolling along. Minute men from the start, Always fighting from the heart, And the Army keeps rolling along.
CHORUS Men in rags, men who froze, still that Army met its foes, And the Army went rolling along. Faith in God, then we're right, And we'll fight with all our might, As the Army keeps rolling along.
CHORUS (the third chorus should be sung slower) + (Keep it rolling) And The Army Goes Rolling Along.
Upon hearing, soldiers should come to attention face the flag or the direction of the music and salute.
FM 3-21.5 Drill & CeremonyFM 7-21.13 The Soldiers GuideAR 600-20 Army Command PolicyAR 600-25 Salute, Honors, Visits of CourtesyAugust 1995 Webster’s Handy College Dictionary 3rd EditionInternet Siteswww.armystudyguide.comwww.squad-leader.com