When walking with a senior ranking officer you should position yourself?
o The first place of honor is always on the right. One should always afford seniors this position when walking, riding, or sitting with them. When joining up with a senior, always assume a position to his or her left.
What is the AF profession of arms?
Air Force Profession of Arms: A vocation comprised of experts in the design, generation, support and application of global vigilance, global reach and global power serving under civilian authority, entrusted to defend the Constitution and accountable to the American people.
What regulation covers CLS?
Standards: Conducted the combat lifesaver program in accordance with AR 350-1, paragraph 4-12 and subcourse IS0826.
Do you salute in PT gear Air Force?
While hats are not required while wearing the PT uniform, Airmen may sometimes be required to salute. Saluting is not required when performing PT activities, but a proper salute is necessary when passing individuals with appropriate rank and not performing PT activities.
Do you salute officers in cars?
Saluting People in Vehicles You should practice the appropriate courtesy of saluting officers in official vehicles, recognized individually by grade or by identifying vehicle plates and/or flags. You don’t salute officers or return salutes from subordinates who are driving or riding in privately owned vehicles.
Do you salute officers in civilian clothes?
When in uniform indoors, stand at attention, face the flag and remain silent, but you don’t salute. However, if the participants are primarily civilians or in civilian clothes, you may recite the Pledge of Allegiance if you wish.
Who can teach CLS?
TCCC Combat Lifesaver (TCCC CLS) is a 40-hour course for non-medical military personnel being deployed into combat. Download TCCC CLS course materials. All NAEMT TCCC Instructors are eligible to teach TCCC-CLS.
Do you have to tuck in your PT shirt?
On top of that, PT shirts can now be untucked, though the shirt must “extend to the bottom of the side pocket on the shorts and pants but will not cover the shorts reflective material.” Commanders also have the authority to standardize whether shirts are tucked or untucked during organized unit physical training.
Why do you walk on the left side of a higher rank?
To prevent injury to someone on the right side, they walked on the left. This also allowed for the subordinate to protect the right side of the higher ranking individual. Drums and bugle calls were used to communicate orders to large groups of Soldiers on noisy battlefields.
What is personal courage?
PERSONAL COURAGE Face fear, danger, or adversity (physical or moral). Personal courage isn’t the absence of fear; rather, it’s the ability to put fear aside and do what’s necessary. It takes two forms, physical and moral.
What is honor courage and commitment?
Honor, courage and commitment lead us to victory over the physical, mental and moral battles faced during combat, or while serving in our communities on behalf of our Nation. These are the values that ensure every fight in current and future battles supports our common moral cause.