Chapter 6 Drill manual, Color guard
Terms in this set (9)
What are the other names for the national flag?
the ensign, or national ensign
What is the order of the precedence for flags?
National, state, military (in order of the creation date), and other (including NJROTC unit flags)
When is the only time that the national and organizational colors are destroyed?
When they have become soiled beyond cleaning, or torn beyond repair
Who commands a color guard?
The national color bearer
Where is the organizational color always positioned in the color guard?
To the left of the national color
What should a rifleman not wear during a colorguard?
Medals, or ribbons and badges, because the slings will destroy them
How does color guard march?
One rank, close interval, color bearers in the center, and they march at a cadence of 112-120, 30 inch steps per minute, and no arm swings
What movements does color guard not do?
To the rear march, about face, or flanking movements
What is always the order of color guard when marching in a single file
Right color guard (rifleman), national color bearer, organizational color bearer, left color guard (rifleman)
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