preparatory, participatory, concluding, responding
Preparatory, command of execution, combined, supplemental
Direct, indirect, implied, explicit
Inflected, cadenced, intoned, repetitive
Only the individual cadets.
Only the squads in the platoon.
only the platoons in a company.
any unit which is part of a larger unit.
120 (36-inch) steps per minute.
120 (30-inch) steps per minute.
150 (30-inch) steps per minute.
180 (36-inch) steps per minute.
Side by side.
One behind the other.
Facing each other
Back to back.
Quick time and double time.
Back step and left step.
Right step and half step.
Half step and back step.
space between the chest of one cadet and the back of the cadet ahead.
length of the double time step.
Length of the dress right, dress movement.
space measured between individuals from shoulder to shoulder, on the same line.
An arrangement of elements of a unit "in line" or "in column."
The distance between individuals of one arm's length.
the space between the chest of one cadet and the back of the cadet ahead.
The horizontal distance between a cadet's shoulder + elbow when the left hand is placed on the left hip.
when abreast of the officer.
six paces behind the officer.
whenever you request "By your leave, sir/ma'am"
never ... it won't be seen, so why salute?
15 degree angle.
30 degree angle.
45 degree angle.
60 degree angle.
You may talk
Keep your right foot in place
You may move your left foot
Your arms may hang naturally by your sides
your right hand touches your back below the belt area.
your right hand is inside your left hand behind your back.
your left foot has moved 15 inches to the left
Your left hand loosely holds the thumb of the right hand.
Move your left foot smartly 12 inches to the left.
Move your right foot smartly 12 inches to the right.
Relax your legs but keep your weight on the left foot.
Relax your legs but keep your weight on the right foot.
QUICK TIME, MARCH.
DOUBLE TIME, MARCH.
None of the above.
the right foot moves 15 inches to the right.
The right step movement can be repeated at 120 steps per minute.
The command is given after the command FORWARD MARCH.
the arms move 6 inches forward and 3 inches to the rear.
0700 and the end of the day
0900 and the middle of the day
0800 and the end of the day
0730 and the end of the day
Fold the flag anyway possible
Fold the flag with all colors parallel to the blue and white stripes
Fold the flag the long way so the crease parallels the red and white stripes
None of the above
After the last note of the national anthem.
The American flag
Present color from order color
Order color from carry color
Carry color from order color
All of the above
122-130 forty-inch steps per minute (quick time)
152-160 twenty-inch steps per minute (quick time)
132-140 thirty-inch steps per minute (quick time)
112-120 thirty-inch steps per minute (quick time).
Organizational or National colors
None of the above
Take two more steps on the command of execution and pivot on the right foot.
Take one more step on the command of execution and pivot on the left foot.
Take one more step on the command of execution and pivot on both feet at the same time.
Take two steps after the command of execution and pivot on both feet at the same time.
DRESS RIGHT, DRESS
DRESS INTERVAL, DRESS
"Dress Right, DRESS"
"Dress Left, DRESS"
"At Close Interval, Dress Right, DRESS"