Military Courtesy

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MILITARY COURTESY - act of politeness, civility and respect that a personnel in the military organization accord to one another. It involve respect, good manner and behavior
-It is an expression or manifestation of consideration for other. -It promotes good relationship
-Closer coordination and teamwork among the members of an organization -It vital importance in promoting and developing a proper “ esprit de Corps” -It is not only accorded to senior but also to subordinates

SALUTE – it is the most common and most important form of courtesy
-it is executed by snappily raising the right hand smartly until the tip of the forefinger touches the edge of the right eyebrow or on the front brim of the headgear when covered. Fingers are extended and joint, and palm facing the left forearms inclined at 45 degrees and the right upper arm horizontal.

- A person saluting looks at the person saluted.
- when the salutes is returned, he drops the right hand smartly to the side.

ENTITLED TO SALUTE

-Commissioned officers ( both male and female) of the AFP
-Commissioned officers ( both male and female) of the Armed forces of Allied Nation -President of the Republic of the Philippines
- Foreign Dignitaries
-Secretary of National Defense

GENERAL RULES FOR SALUTING
-Salute is required on military installation during and non- office hours --Saluting distance is the distance of recognition and is usually rendered when the person to be saluted is 6 paces away -When reporting to an officer indoor/outdoor, a salute is rendered approximately 3 paces distance. -In leaving an officer if a conversation takes place, you have to render a salute. -Salute must never be rendered in a carelessly manner, nor with pipe, cigar or cigarette in the mouth or in right hand. -It is rendered at a halt or a walk. If running or jogging came to walk first before saluting. -When in group, not in formation all will rise and salute.

-When in formation only the...
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