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  • Slide 1 - CUSTOMS AND COURTESIES NCC(SW) PATTERSON
  • Slide 2 - DEFINITIONS Courtesy-an act or verbal expression of consideration or respect for others. Custom-a usual way of acting in a situation that has been practiced so long that it has the force of law.
  • Slide 3 - FORMS OF SALUTING HAND SALUTE-ARM AT 45 DEGREE ANGLE, SALUTE COMPLETED AFTER RETURNED WHEN IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES-HAT OVER LEFT SHOULDER (MEN) RIGHT HAND OVER THE HEART (MEN WITHOUT HATS, WOMEN WITH OR WITHOUT HATS)
  • Slide 4 - FORMS OF SALUTES HAND SALUTES ARE ACCOMPANIED BY A GREETING ARMY/AIR FORCE-SALUTE UNCOVERED WALKING WITH ANOTHER OFFICER, THE OFFICER SALUTES FIRST
  • Slide 5 - FORMS OF SALUTING SALUTE THE FOLLOWING: NAVY, ARMY, AIR FORCE, MARINE CORPS, COAST GUARD, NATIONAL OCEANIC/ATMOSPHERIC ADMIN, PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, FOREIGN MILITARY, OFFICERS OF THE RESERVES, OFFICERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD
  • Slide 6 - FORMS OF SALUTING WHEN BOARDING THE SHIP-FACE THE ENSIGN, SALUTE AND THEN SALUTE THE OOD WHEN LEAVING THE SHIP- DO IN THE REVERSE ORDER
  • Slide 7 - FORMS OF SALUTING RIFLE SALUTES-WHEN CARRYING RENDER THESE SALUTES 1. PRESENT ARMS RIFLE SALUTE AT ORDER ARMS RIFLE SALUTE AT RIGHT SHOULDER ARMS
  • Slide 8 - SALUTING LIST SOME EXAMPLES OF WHEN NOT TO SALUTE: UNCOVERED, IN FORMATION, WORK DETAIL, PUBLIC PLACES, PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, COMBAT, MESS, GUARDING PRISONERS
  • Slide 9 - HONORS RENDERED WHEN SHIPS, OFFICIALS, OR OFFICERS PASS IN BOATS (FLAG OFFICERS OR ABOVE) CLOSE ABOARD-600 YARDS FOR SHIPS, 400 YARDS FOR BOATS
  • Slide 10 - HONORS ONE BLAST-ATTENTION (STARBOARD) TWO BLAST-ATTENTION (PORT) ONE BLAST-HAND SALUTE TWO BLAST – END SALUTE THREE BLAST- CARRY ON WHEN PASSING HONORS FOR THE PRESIDENT, YOU MUST MAN THE RAILS….
  • Slide 11 - SALUTING Whom to salute: Enlisted personnel salute all officers, and officers salute their seniors. Salutes are returned by persons saluted except when they are uncovered-the person saluted should acknowledge the salute with an an appropriate greeting or a nod of the head.
  • Slide 12 - GUN SALUTES USED TO HONOR NATIONS, INDIVIDUALS, AND NATIONAL HOLIDAYS ALWAYS AN ODD NUMBER FROM 5 (VICE COUNSUL) TO 21 (PRESIDENT) RANK BELOW COMMODORE NOT ENTITLED PRESIDENT’S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY-21 GUN SALUTE FIRED-STARTS AT NOON, 1-MIN INTERVALS
  • Slide 13 - COLORS LIST EXAMPLES OF WHEN TO SALUTE THE COLORS IN RANKS (CALLED TO ATTENTION), IN UNIFORM, DRIVING (STOP), PASSENGER IN A BOAT (STANDING, COXSWAIN/BOAT OFFICER SALUTES) CIVILIAN/ATHLETIC CLOTHES
  • Slide 14 - COLORS Q. NAVY SHIPS IN PORT-HOIST AND LOWER THE UNION JACK ON WHAT? A. JACKSTAFF WHEN AT SEA, FOREIGN COUNTRIES NATIONAL ANTHEM PLAYED ALSO. FLOWN AT HALF MAST-SIGNIFIES MOURNING KEY NOTE—IF THE ENSIGN IS FLOWN FROM THE JACKSTAFF/HALF MAST, THE UNION JACK IS HALF MASTED ALSO COMMAND/COMMISSION PENNANTS ARE HALF MASTED WHEN THE SHIPS CO OR UNIT COMMANDER DIES.
  • Slide 15 - MILITARY ETIQUETTE RULES APPLY FOR DIVINE SERVICES QUARTERDECK (SACRED PART OF THE SHIP) MESSING COMPARTMENT OFFICER’S COUNTRY
  • Slide 16 - MILITARY ETIQUETTE IN BOATS, MAKE WAY FOR SENIOR PERSONNEL SENIORS SIT FARTHEST AFT
  • Slide 17 - ADDRESSING/INTRODUCING NAVAL PERSONNEL REVIEW TABLE 9-1 IN THE BMR, CHAPTER 9- MEDICAL/DENTAL OFFICERS MAY BE ADDRESSED AS “DOCTOR” CHAPLAIN CORPS MAY BE ADDRESSED AS “CHAPLAIN”
  • Slide 18 - ADDRESSING/INTRODUCING NAVAL PERSONNEL USE THE OFFICERS TITLE AND NAME ON SHIP THE COMMANDING OFFICER IS ADDRESSED AS “CAPTAIN” REGARDLESS OF RANK XO, MAY BE ADDRESSED AS “COMMANDER”
  • Slide 19 - ADDRESSING/INTRODUCING NAVAL PERSONNEL THE ONLY PROPER RESPONSE TO AN ORAL ORDER IS “AYE, AYE, SIR/MA’AM.
  • Slide 20 - QUESTIONS TO REMEMBER Q. WHICH IS THE MOST COMMON SALUTE. A. HAND Q. SHIPS PASS HONORS FOR OTHER SHIPS AT WHAT DISTANCE? A. 600 YARDS
  • Slide 21 - QUESTIONS ?

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