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CH 1 L3 REFRESHER
A custom is defined as ? An Unwritten law passed from one society to another.
A common spirit of enthusiasm and devotion to a cause among the members of a group is called ? Esprit de corps
Three civilians you should always salute when wearing your uniform are? President Secretary of Defense Secretary of the Air Force
If you are the first person to see an officer and you are part of a small group that is not in formation, you would ? Call the group to attention, all would face the officer and all would salute.
If you are seated when a senior officer speaks to you, you should ? Stand up.
What is the procedure when a senior officer enters a vehicle ? Senior officer enters last. Juniors enter first and take the seat that will be to the senior’s left.
When a senior officer enters a room, a cadet should ? Stand at attention.
A prohibition excluding something from use, approach, or mention is called ? Taboo.
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