AFROTC AS100s:04 Customs and Courtesies

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Published on March 17, 2009

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Military Customs and Courtesies : Military Customs and Courtesies Customs and Courtesies : Definitions Rank Recognition Rendering Courtesies General Courtesies Reporting Procedures Customs and Courtesies Overview Definitions : Custom – act or ceremony stemming from tradition Courtesy – written guidance Definitions Rank Recognition : Airman Insignia Rank Recognition Rank Recognition : Airmen Basic (AB) Does not wear any rank insignia Addressed as “Airman Basic” or “Airman” Pay grade is E-1 Rank Recognition Rank Recognition : Airmen (Amn) Chevron of 1 stripe with star Addressed as “Airman” Pay grade is E-2 Rank Recognition Rank Recognition : Airman First Class (A1C) Chevron of 2 stripes with star Addressed as “Airman First Class”or “Airman” Pay grade is E-3 Rank Recognition Rank Recognition : Senior Airman (SrA) Chevron of 3 stripes with star Addressed as “Senior Airman” or “Airman” Pay grade is E-4 Rank Recognition Rank Recognition : Junior Noncommissioned Officers Rank Recognition Rank Recognition : Staff Sergeant (SSgt) Chevron of 4 stripes with star Addressed as “Staff Sergeant” or “Sergeant” Pay grade is E-5 Rank Recognition Rank Recognition : Technical Sergeant (TSgt) Chevron of 5 stripes with star Addressed as “Technical Sergeant” or “Sergeant” Pay grade is E-6 Rank Recognition Slide 12: Senior Noncommissioned Officer Rank Recognition Slide 13: Master Sergeant (MSgt) Chevron of 6 stripes with star Addressed as “Master Sergeant” or “Sergeant” Pay grade is E-7 Rank Recognition Slide 14: Senior Master Sergeant (SMSgt) Chevron of 7 stripes with star Addressed as “Senior Master Sergeant” or “Sergeant” Pay grade is E-8 Rank Recognition Slide 15: Chief Master Sergeant (CMSgt) Chevron of 8 stripes with star Addressed as “Chief Master Sergeant” or “Chief” Pay grade is E-9 Rank Recognition Slide 16: First Sergeant (1st Sgt) Rank Recognition – Special Positions Slide 17: Command Chief Master Sergeant (CCM) Rank Recognition - Special Positions Slide 18: Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF) Rank Recognition -Special Positions Slide 19: Company Grade Officers Rank Recognition Slide 20: Second Lieutenant (2d Lt) Wears 1 gold bar Addressed as “Second Lieutenant” or “Lieutenant” Pay grade is O-1 Rank Recognition Slide 21: First Lieutenant (1st Lt) Wears 1 silver bar Addressed as “First Lieutenant” or “Lieutenant” Pay grade is O-2 Rank Recognition Slide 22: Captain (Capt) Wears 2 silver bars connected Addressed as “Captain” Pay grade is O-3 Rank Recognition Slide 23: Field Grade Officers Rank Recognition Slide 24: Major (Maj) Wears 1 gold oak leaf Addressed as “Major” Pay grade is O-4 Rank Recognition Slide 25: Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) Wears 1 silver oak leaf Addressed as “Lieutenant Colonel” or “Colonel” Pay grade is O-5 Rank Recognition Slide 26: Colonel (Col) Wears one silver eagle Addressed as “Colonel” Pay grade is O-6 Rank Recognition Slide 27: General Officers Brigadier General Major General Lieutenant General General Rank Recognition Slide 28: Brigadier General (Brig Gen) Wears 1 silver star Addressed as “Brigadier General” or “General” Pay grade is O-7 Rank Recognition Slide 29: Major General (Maj Gen) Wears 2 silver stars Addressed as “Major General” or “General” Pay grade is O-8 Rank Recognition Slide 30: Lieutenant General (Lt Gen) Wears 3 silver stars Addressed as “Lieutenant General” or “General” Pay grade is O-9 Rank Recognition Slide 31: General (Gen) Wears 4 silver stars Addressed as “General” Pay grade is O-10 Rank Recognition Slide 32: Chaplains and Doctors Rank Recognition - Special Positions Slide 33: Army / Marines Rank Recognition Other Services Slide 34: Navy/ Coast Guard Rank Recognition – Other Services Rendering Courtesies : Identifying Officers Rendering Courtesies Service Cap Rendering Courtesies : Identifying Officers Rendering Courtesies Flight Cap BDU Cap Rendering Courtesies : Identifying Officers Rendering Courtesies BDUs Service uniform Rendering Courtesies : Saluting Rendering Courtesies Rendering Courtesies : Saluting Rendering Courtesies Special Considerations Rendering Courtesies : Saluting Rendering Courtesies Special Considerations Groups Rendering Courtesies : Staff Cars Rendering Courtesies Rendering Courtesies : U.S. Flag Rendering Courtesies Rendering Courtesies : Rendering Courtesies Reveille Rendering Courtesies : Rendering Courtesies Retreat Rendering Courtesies : Rendering Courtesies The National Anthem and To the Colors Rendering Courtesies : Rendering Courtesies Ruffles and Flourishes (one star) Rendering Courtesies : Ruffles and Flourishes (four star) Rendering Courtesies Rendering Courtesies : Pledge of Allegiance Rendering Courtesies General Courtesies : Air Force Song Other Service Songs Individual Courtesies *Manners *Appropriate Titles *Gossip General Courtesies General Courtesies : Individual Courtesies *Professionalism *Position of Honor *Senior Officer Enters *Proper Telephone Etiquette General Courtesies Reporting Procedures : Reporting Procedures Purpose of Reporting Demonstrates respect for senior ranking officers and their position Use formal reporting procedures when told to report to any senior ranking officer * * Reporting Procedures : Reporting Procedures Entrance Procedures *Prepare mentally and physically *Entering *When told to enter Reporting Procedures : Reporting Procedures Reporting *Once centered and halted at attention, salute, and render a reporting statement Reporting Procedures : Reporting Procedures Departure Procedures *Once you have been dismissed, resume the position of attention and salute *Once the senior ranking officer returns your salute, drop yours *Execute the appropriate facing movement and exit using the most direct route Customs and Courtesies : Definitions Rank Recognition Rendering Courtesies General Courtesies Reporting Procedures Customs and Courtesies Summary

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