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CHAPTER 3 DRILL & CEREMONIES INTRODUCTION TO DRILL.

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1 CHAPTER 3 DRILL & CEREMONIES INTRODUCTION TO DRILL

2 DRILL PROMOTES: – DISCIPLINE –TEAMWORK –ESPRIT DE CORPS DEVELOPS –POISE, NEATNESS, PRECISION,CONFIDENCE AND HIGH MORALE

3 DRILL TERMS TO KNOW CADENCE –UNIFORM STEP AND RHYTHM IN MARCHING –NUMBER OF STEPS MARCHED PER MINUTE COVER –ALIGNING YOURSELF DIRECTLY BEHIND THER PERSON TO YOUR IMMEDIATE FRONT

4 MOVING A FORMATION IN A ORDERLY MANNER FROM PLACE TO ANOTHER STANDARDS ARE ESTABLISHED FOR ORDER AND PRECISION –24-INCH STEP – STEPS PER MINUTE –DISTANCE –INTERVAL MOVE TOGETHER ON COMMAND

5 DISTANCE –SPACE FROM FRONT TO REAR BETWEEN UNITS –40” FROM YOUR CHEST TO THE BACK OF THE PERSON IN FRONT OF YOU DOUBLE TIME –180 STEP PER MINUTE –30 INCH STEP DRESS –ALIGNMENT OF ELEMENTS SIDE BY SIDE –MAINTAIN PROPER INTERVAL

6 ELEMENT –SMALLEST DRILL UNIT –AT LEAST 3, BUT USUALLY 8-12 CADETS, ONE IS THE ELEMENT LEADER FILE –SINGLE COLUMN OF PERSONS ONE BEHIND THE OTHER FLANK –EXTREME RIGHT OR LEFT OF A FORMATION IN LINE OR IN COLUMN

7 FLIGHT –AT LEAST 2, BUT NOT MORE THAT 4 ELEMENTS FORMATION –AN ARRANGEMENT OF UNITS GUIDE –CADET DESIGNATED TO REGULATE THE DIRECTION AND RATE OF MARCH IN COLUMN –ARRANGEMENT OF UNITS SIDE BY SIDE WITH THE GUIDE AND ELEMENT LEADERS AT THE HEAD

8 IN LINE –THE ARRANGEMENT OF UNITS ONE BEHIND THE OTHER WITH THE GUIDE AND ELEMENT LEADER TO THE EXTREME RIGHT FLANK INTERVAL –SPACE BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS PLACED SIDE BY SIDE –NORMAL - 24” –CLOSE - 4”

9 INVERTED COLUMN –ARRANGEMENT OF UNITS SIDE BY SIDE WITH GUIDE AND ELEMENT LEADERS TO THE REAR INVERTED LINE –ARRANGEMENT OF UNITS ONE BEHIND THE OTHER WITH THE GUIDE AND ELEMENT LEADERS TO THE EXTREME LEFT FLANK PACE –24” –LENGTH OF FULL STEP IN QUICK TIME

10 POST –CORRECT PLACE TO STAND IN FORMATION QUICK TIME – STEPS PER MINUTE –12 OR 24 INCHES IN LENGTH RANK –SINGLE LINE OF PERSONS PLACED SIDE BY SIDE SLOW TIME –60 STEPS PER MINUTE –USED FOR FUNERAL CEREMONIES

11 STEP –DISTANCE MEASURED FROM HEEL TO HEEL BETWEEN FEET OF CADET IN MARCHING UNIT –ANY PORTION OF A GIVEN FORMATION –A CADET

12 DRILL COMMANDS AN ORAL ORDER MOST HAVE 2 PARTS –PREPARATORY - EXPLAINS WHAT MOVEMENT WILL BE EXECUTED MENTALLY PREPARES YOU –COMMAND OF EXECUTION FOLLOWS THE PREPARATORY COMMAND EXPLAINS WHEN THE COMMAND IS TO BE CARRIED OUT

13 SUPPLEMENTARY COMMANDS WHEN ONE UNIT OF ELEMENT MUST EXECUTE A MOVEMENT DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER UNITS OR AT A DIFFERENT TIME “STAND FAST”

14 INFORMATIONAL COMMANDS HAVE NO PREPARATORY COMMAND OR COMMAND OF EXECUTION AND ARE NOT SUPPLEMENTARY USED TO DIRECT OTHERS TO GIVE COMMANDS “PREPARE FOR INSPECTION”

15 “AS YOU WERE” TO REVOKE A PREPARATORY COMMAND

16 COUNTING CADENCE REASONS –TO ACQUAINT NEW CADETS WITH CADENCE RHYTHM –TEACH COORDINATION AND RHYTHM SHOULD BE GIVEN IN SETS OF TWO: –“HUT, TOOP, THREEP,FOURP; HUT,TOOP,THREEP,FOURP.

17 CADETS SHOULD KEEP HEAD UP AND WATCH THE HEAD AND SHOULDERS OF THE PERSON DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF THEM CADENCE IS GIVEN AS THE LEFT FOOT STRIKES THE GROUND


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