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Bishop Kenny NJROTC Naval Science One Lesson Positions

Bishop Kenny NJROTC Naval Science One Lesson Positions

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  • 1. CHAPTER 2 POSITIONS
  • 2. In this lesson, we will discuss: • Positions • Commands • Movements
  • 3. Attention • Executed when halted, any position of rest, marching at route step, or at ease • Commands “FALL IN” and “ATTENTION” • Preceded by a preparatory command
  • 4. Attention • At parade rest, come to attention. • At ease or rest, assume parade rest on preparatory command, then attention on the command of execution. • While marching, get in step as soon as possible and continue to march at attention.
  • 5. Hand Salute You may salute without command from attention, while walking, or while seated in a vehicle.
  • 6. Hand Salute (cont.) • While walking, do not halt to salute. • When “Present, ARMS” is given, if not armed, execute hand salute on “ARMS” and stay in that position until “Order, ARMS” is given.
  • 7. When to Salute Salute officers When over- When when meeting, taking a reporting passing near, senior the (covered) addressing or salute shall being be given addressed when abreast, with “by your leave sir or ma’am”
  • 8. Guards salute Sentries at When officer all officers gangways meets detail passing close salute all ashore or aboard officers afloat, person going or in charge coming over salute for the side, detail passing close aboard
  • 9. Upon On first On every approach daily occasion salute one calls meeting the Captain, attention, all salute, officers senior salute all salute to him or her and senior officers from other ships
  • 10. Enlisted When officer Render salutes personnel rise passes near, due them to and salute officer or all officers in when an petty officer vehicles (if officer enters in charge safety permits) or leaves salutes, if none present all hands do
  • 11. When in ranks When In public (if addressed, uncovered conveyances come to and in inner when attention) court or open obviously passageway inappropriate between wings or buildings
  • 12. When part When under When of a detail actual or engaged at work simulated in games battle or athletics conditions
  • 13. At mess (if When At oars in addressed carrying a pulling by an articles boat officer, sit with both at attention) hands
  • 14. Uncover The command is “Uncover, TWO.” When “Uncover” is given: Combination Cover: • Place right hand on visor, fingers together on top and thumb under visor
  • 15. Uncover (cont.) The command is “Uncover, TWO.” When “Uncover” is given: Combination Cover: • On command of execution “TWO”: ~ Remove the cover smartly, stowing under upper left armpit, visor in front ~ Cut right hand smartly to side
  • 16. Uncover (cont.) Garrison Cover: • Place right hand on top center of cap, fingers together on port side and thumb on starboard side.
  • 17. Uncover (cont.) Garrison Cover: • On command of execution “TWO”: ~ Remove cover, cutting right hand smartly to side. ~ Cover in right hand, open end facing up and fore end pointing towards the rear
  • 18. UNCOVER, TWO
  • 19. Cover The command is “Cover, TWO.” When “Cover” is given: Combination Cover: • Place right hand on visor (under left arm), grasping with fingers on top and thumb underneath. • Place cover on head, guiding with left hand grasping rear of frame.
  • 20. Cover (cont.) The command is “Cover, TWO.” When “Cover” is given: Combination Cover: • Once cover is repositioned, return left hand to side, keeping right hand on visor. • On command of execution, “TWO,” cut right hand away smartly to side.
  • 21. Cover Garrison Cover: • Raise both hands to your head. • Place cover back on head, using both hands to straighten.
  • 22. Cover Garrison Cover: • Once cover is repositioned, return left hand to side, keeping right hand on cover’s starboard side. • On “TWO,” cut right hand away smartly to your side.
  • 23. Halt • Two counts at quick time and three counts at double time • Given when marching • Command is “HALT,” always preceded by preparatory command • Given as either foot strikes the deck
  • 24. Halt (cont.) Marching at Quick Time or Half Step: • Take one more step after “HALT.” • Rear heel forward against the other.
  • 25. Halt (cont.) Marching at Double Time: • Take one more double time step after “HALT.” • Take another at quick time. • Rear heel forward against the other.
  • 26. Halt (cont.) Marching at Right (Left) Step: • “HALT” given when heels are together. • Take one more side step after “HALT.” • Bring heels together.
  • 27. Halt (cont.) Backward Marching: • Take one more back step after “HALT.” • Bring forward heel back against other.
  • 28. Halt (cont.) Marching at Mark Time: • One more step in place after “HALT.” • Bring the heels together.
  • 29. Halt (cont.) Marching In Place Double Time: • Take one more in place step at double time after “HALT.” • Take another step at quick time. • Bring the heels together.
  • 30. Double Time In Place • Executed when halted at attention, marking time, or marching at double time. • “In Place Double Time, MARCH.” • Raise your arms for double time.
  • 31. Double Time In Place (cont.) • Start with left foot, alternate and in place. • Raise feet 6 inches above deck. • 180 steps per minute.
  • 32. Double Time In Place (cont.) When Halted: • On “In Place Double Time,” shift weight. • On “MARCH,” begin double timing in place.
  • 33. Double Time In Place (cont.) When Marching at Double Time: • After “MARCH,” take two more double time steps. • Bring feet together, and begin double timing in place, keeping cadence.
  • 34. Double Time In Place (cont.) Resuming March at Double Time: • Command “Double Time, MARCH.” • At “MARCH,” take two more steps in place. • Step off with 180, 36-inch steps.
  • 35. Double Time In Place (cont.) When Marking Time: • At “MARCH,” take one more step in mark time • Commence marching at double time in place.
  • 36. To Face to the Right (Left) In Marching • Important part of Column Right (Left), By The Right (Left) Flank, Close, Take Interval, and Extend • “By The Right (Left) Flank, MARCH”
  • 37. To Face to the Right (Left) In Marching (cont.) From halt, on the command “MARCH”: • Turn 90 degrees right (left) by pivoting on the ball of the right (left) foot. • Cross over step with left (right) foot, 30 inches in the new direction.
  • 38. To Face to the Right (Left) In Marching (cont.) While marching: • Command of execution is given as the foot of the desired direction strikes. • Take one more step in original direction.
  • 39. To Face to the Right (Left) In Marching (cont.) While marching: • Pivot to the right (left) and step off in the new direction. Note: When marching to the flank, the only other movement that can be given is a flanking movement in the opposite direction.
  • 40. To Face to the Rear While Marching • To march the unit to the rear a short distance • Executed when halted or while marching at quick time or double time
  • 41. To Face to the Rear While Marching (cont.) • Command given when the right foot strikes • When marching to the rear, the only movement that can be given is “To The Rear, MARCH.”
  • 42. To Face to the Rear While Marching (cont.) To March to the Rear From a Halt: • On “MARCH,” step forward with the left foot. • Turn about to the right on balls of both feet. • Immediately step out to rear with left foot.
  • 43. To Face to the Rear While Marching (cont.) When at Quick Time: • On “MARCH,” take one 15-inch step. • Turn about to the right on balls of both feet. • Immediately step off to rear with left foot.
  • 44. March to the Rear at Double Time As this foot strikes Take this action RIGHT “MARCH” is given LEFT 36-inch step RIGHT 36-inch step, then in place double time LEFT Pivot 90 degrees right RIGHT Heels together LEFT Pivot 90 degrees right RIGHT Heels together LEFT 36-inch step in the new direction
  • 45. To March to the Flank • To move a unit to the right (left) a short distance • Executed when halted or marching at quick time or double time
  • 46. To March to the Flank • “By the Right (Left) Flank, MARCH.” • Command of execution is given as foot in direction of movement strikes.
  • 47. To March to the Flank (cont.) From a Halt: • Turn 90 degrees right (left) by pivoting on the ball of the right (left) foot. • Cross over, step off with left (right) foot, 30 inches in the new direction.
  • 48. To March to the Flank (cont.) While at Quick Time: • On “MARCH,” take one more step. • Turn to the right (left) on the ball of the left (right) foot. • Step off in the new direction with the right (left) foot.
  • 49. To March to the Flank (cont.) While Double Timing: • On “MARCH,” use following sequence: By the Left Flank Step Action LEFT “MARCH” is given RIGHT 36-inch step LEFT In place double timing RIGHT Pivot 90° to the left LEFT 36-inch step in new direction
  • 50. To March to the Flank (cont.) While Double Timing: • On “MARCH,” use following sequence: By the Right Flank Step Action RIGHT “MARCH” is given LEFT 36-inch step RIGHT In place double timing LEFT Pivot 90° to the left RIGHT 36-inch step in new direction
  • 51. Change Step • Its purpose is to change the cadence count, but not the rhythm. • The command is “Change Step, MARCH.” • It is given while marching at quick time, double time, marking time, or double timing in place. • It is given as right foot strikes the deck.
  • 52. Change Step (cont.) While Marching at Quick or Double Time • On MARCH, take one more step, 30 or 36 inches, as appropriate. • In one count, as your right foot comes forward to the next step, place the toe near the left heel and step out again with the left foot • This changes the cadence count by not the rhythm.
  • 53. Change Step (cont.) While Marking Time • On MARCH, lift and lower the left foot twice in succession. • The second time it touches the deck, raise the right foot and continue marking time.
  • 54. Change Step (cont.) While Double Timing in Place • On MARCH, hop twice on the left foot. • Continue double time in place.
  • 55. To March At Ease • Its purpose is to give cadets a rest from marching at attention or over rough terrain. • The command is “At Ease, MARCH.” • It is given while marching at quick time.
  • 56. To March At Ease (cont.) • It is given as either foot strikes the deck. • Keep interval and distance, but not cadence, and no talking.
  • 57. To March At Route Step • The command is “Route Step, MARCH.” • It is given as either foot strikes the deck. • Keep interval and distance, but no cadence, and you may talk in a low voice.
  • 58. To Resume Marching at Quick Time from Route Step or At Ease • Command is “Squad (Platoon, etc.), ATTENTION.” • After “ATTENTION,” unit leader will count cadence until all are in step. Note: Commands that involve precision in execution will not be given until all cadets have picked up the step and cadence.
  • 59. Q.1. What is the basic military position?
  • 60. Q.1. What is the basic military position? A.1. Attention
  • 61. Q.2. How many positions of rest are there when halted?
  • 62. Q.2. How many positions of rest are there when halted? A.2. There are four positions of rest. • Parade Rest • At Ease • Rest • Fall Out
  • 63. Q.3. TRUE or FALSE. “About, FACE” is a two-count movement.
  • 64. Q.3. TRUE or FALSE. “About, FACE” is a two-count movement. A.3. TRUE.
  • 65. Q.4. TRUE or FALSE. It is not necessary to halt when giving a salute.
  • 66. Q.4. TRUE or FALSE. It is not necessary to halt when giving a salute. A.4. TRUE
  • 67. Q.5. When do you salute officers?
  • 68. Q.5. When do you salute officers? A.5. Salute officers only when COVERED and IN UNIFORM.
  • 69. Q.6. What command is given to march “in place?”
  • 70. Q.6. What command is given to march “in place?” A.6. “Mark Time, MARCH.”
  • 71. Q.7. When is the command “Right (Left) Step, MARCH” given?
  • 72. Q.7. When is the command “Right (Left) Step, MARCH” given? A.7. When at the halt
  • 73. Q.8. TRUE or FALSE. When at ease or rest, the command is “Platoon, ATTENTION.” On “Platoon,” come to parade rest.
  • 74. Q.8. TRUE or FALSE. When at ease or rest, the command is “Platoon, ATTENTION.” On “Platoon,” come to parade rest. A.8. TRUE.