Presentation on theme: "Introduction to Drill and Ceremonies"— Presentation transcript:
1 Introduction to Drill and Ceremonies Lesson ObjectiveKnow the importance of drill and ceremonies.Samples of BehaviorState the importance of Drill and ceremonies.List the symbols that represent the leaders of the flight squadron.List all the basic military drill terms.
2 Introduction to Drill and Ceremonies OVERVIEWScopeIntroduction to DrillIntroduction to CeremoniesKey to SymbolsExplanation of TermsDrill Instruction
7 Introduction to Drill and Ceremonies Drill InstructionStep by step procedures for teaching drill movements.By the numbers.
8 Commands and the Command Voice Lesson ObjectiveKnow basic commands and characteristics of the command voice.Samples of BehaviorIdentify the types of commands used during the basic military drill movements.Identify the necessary qualities of the command voice.Define cadence.
9 Commands and the Command Voice OVERVIEWCommandsTypes of CommandsGeneral Rules for CommandsThe Command VoiceVoice CharacteristicsCadenceCounting CadenceMass Commands
10 Commands and the Command Voice Types of CommandsDrill CommandsSupplementary CommandsInformational CommandsGeneral Rules for Commands
11 Commands and the Command Voice Voice CharacteristicsLoudnessProjectionDistinctivenessInflectionSnap
12 Commands and the Command Voice Diaphragm Exercise
13 Commands and the Command Voice Commands Portrayed Graphically
14 Commands and the Command Voice CadenceCounting CadenceMass Commands
15 Individual Instruction Lesson ObjectivePerform basic drill positions and movements.Sample of BehaviorExecute various movements and positions of basic drill when given the command to do so.
16 Individual Instruction OVERVIEWPositions and MovementsPositions of AttentionRest PositionsFacing MovementsHand SaluteExchange of SalutesPresent Arms and Order ArmsEyes Right (Left) and Ready FrontSteps and MarchingForward March and HaltDouble TimeMark TimeHalf StepRight (Left) StepChange StepTo the Rear MarchFlanking MovementFace in MarchingMarching Other than at Attention
18 Individual Instruction Position of AttentionBring heels togetherKeep legs straightBody is erect with hips levelArms hang straight downPlace thumbs along seams of trousers or sides of skirtHands are cuppedHead is erect and held straight to the frontWeight of body rests equally on the heels and balls of both feet
20 Individual Instruction Facing MovementsRight (Left) Face
21 Individual Instruction About FaceHalf Right (Left) Face
22 Individual Instruction Hand SaluteThe hand salute is used for training purposes only.The command is Hand, SALUTE and is performed in two counts.
23 Individual Instruction Between military pedestrians and officers in moving military vehiclesCiviliansPrisonersWork DetailsExchange of SalutesOutdoorsIndoorsIn FormationsIn GroupsIn Public Gatherings
24 Individual Instruction Present, Arms and Order ArmsEyes Right (Left) and Ready Front
28 Individual Instruction Mark TimeThe command is Mark Time, MARCH.Mark Time is executed in quick time only.
29 Individual Instruction Half StepThe command is Half Step, MARCH.
30 Individual Instruction Right (Left) StepThe Command is Right (Left) Step, MARCH.Change StepThe Command is Change Step, MARCH.
31 Individual Instruction To The Rear MarchThe Command is To the Rear, MARCH.
32 Individual Instruction Flanking MovementThe Command is Right (Left) Flank, MARCH.
33 Individual Instruction Face in MarchingThe Command is Right (Left) Flank, MARCH.Marching Other Than at AttentionThe only command that can be given when marching other than attention is Incline to the Right (Left).Route Step MarchThe Command is Route Step, MARCH.At Ease MarchThe Command is At Ease, March.