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Purpose This lesson reviews the purposes of drill, the roles of leaders and followers, and the different types of commands, positions, and movements associated with drill.
1. State the five purposes of close order drill. 2. Describe the responsibilities of both followers and leaders in drill. 3. Define preparatory commands, commands of execution, and supplementary commands.
4. Describe the basic rules of giving commands. 5. Describe the role of voice control, distinctiveness, and inflection in giving effective commands. 6. Describe positions of attention, positions of rest, and the movements of facing and the hand salute.
Preparatory Command Command of Execution Supplementary Command ____________________– states the movement that the leader wants subordinates to perform and mentally prepares them for its execution. ____________________– signals when subordinates are to execute the movement. ________________ ___ – used to ensure proper understanding and execution of a movement.
How confident are you in your ability to perform drill? A.Very confident – I do well at mental and physical activities that require discipline and precision. B.Confident – I think I will be able to perform drill without too much difficulty. C.Unsure – I am not sure how well I will perform. D.Nervous – I think I will need support and practice to perform drill successfully.
They key to effective drill is that you learn to react to _________ instead of __________. A.thoughts / emotions B.emotions / commands C.commands / thoughts
Is it harder for you to GIVE or RECEIVE commands? List 2-3 reasons why. (Use CPS “Pick a Student” for this question.)
The five purposes of close order drill are: Provide simple formations from which various _______ formations can readily be assumed Move units from one place to another in a standard and orderly manner Provide the troops an opportunity to handle individual ________ combat weapons
The five purposes of close order drill are: Instill discipline through precision and automatic response to orders Increase a leader’s __________ through the exercise of command by giving proper commands and drilling troops confidence
Follower Leader Strong obedience Good appearance Willingness to contribute to the unit’s mission Team spirit Selfless service Setting a good example Knowing your job Being concerned about the welfare of your followers Show your obedience to your leaders Willingness to contribute to the unit’s mission
The preparatory command The command of execution Most drills have two parts Neither part is a command by itself. +
The preparatory command states the _________ that the leader wants subordinates to perform. The command of execution signals _____ subordinates are to execute the movement. movement when “Forward, march.”
The preparatory command states the _________ that the leader wants subordinates to perform. The command of execution signals _____ subordinates are to execute the movement. movement when “Ready, aim, fire.”
The preparatory command The command of execution Some commands require the use of a _____________________ to reinforce other commands and to ensure proper understanding and execution of a movement. supplementary command
Use these rules to help you when giving commands Give all commands from the position of attention. While at the ____, face the unit when giving commands. For marching commands, move simultaneously with the unit to maintain correct position. halt
Use these rules to help you when giving commands When marching, give commands in the direction of the troops. Subordinate leaders normally give supplementary commands over their ____ shoulder. right Other rules can be found in your student textbook.
Both followers and leaders should do which of the following? A.Demonstrate the initiative of a follower B.Show obedience to their leaders C.Contribute to the success of the mission D.All of the above
In the command, “ready, aim, fire” which words are preparatory commands? A.ready B.aim C.fire D.A and B E.A, B, and C
Correct commands have three important elements: 1.Tone Voice Control: Loudness is the key factor in tone control. Distinctiveness: Correct use of the tongue, lips and teeth to form the sounds of a word Inflection: The rise and fall in pitch and the tone changes of the voice
Correct commands have three important elements: 2.Cadence Cadence is the rhythmic flow of words. _______ between the words signal when to expect the command of execution. Intervals
Position of Attention You assume the position of attention on the command “fall in” or “squad’ (platoon, etc.), attention.”
Positions of Rest Parade Rest Stand at Ease __________ – A drill leader can only give the command for this rest position from the position of attention. ___________ - On the command of execution “ease,” execute parade rest, but turn your _____________ directly toward the formation leader. head and eyes
Positions of Rest At Ease Rest ______ – On this command, you may move, but remain standing and silent with your right foot in place. ____ - On this command, you may move and talk unless otherwise directed, but remain standing with your right foot in place.