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Figure 7-2. Counter-Column March at the Halt.

    g.     As the third squad leader marches past the last man in the third squad, he and his squad begin to march at the Half Step. After marching past the last man in each file, all other squads incline to the right and left as necessary, obtain Normal Interval on the third squad, and begin to march with the Half Step. When all squads are abreast of each other, they begin marching with a 30-inch step without command.

    h.     During the movement, without the platoon leader present, the platoon sergeant marches alongside the first squad. With the platoon leader present, the platoon sergeant marches one step to the rear and centered between the second and third squads (Figure 7-1) and the platoon leader marches alongside the first squad.

    i.     When marching, the preparatory command Counter-Column is given as the left foot strikes the marching surface and the command of execution MARCH is given the next time the left foot strikes the marching surface. On the command of execution MARCH, the platoon executes the movement basically the same as from the Halt, except that the squad takes one additional step to ensure that the pivot foot is in the correct position to execute the movement.



NOTE:

1.     When there are only three squads in the column, the first squad takes two steps before executing.

THE COLORS – That means the flag… Ol’ Glory… The Stars and Stripes….

Individuals or units passing or being passed by uncased Colors out of doors render honors. Individuals, not part of a formation, salute six steps distance from the Colors and hold the Salute until they have passed six steps beyond the Colors. The individual in charge of a formation calls the formation to ATTENTION and Present, ARMS.



NOTE:

Small flags carried by individuals, such as those carried by civilian spectators at a parade, are not saluted. It is improper to salute with any object in the right hand or with a cigarette, cigar, or pipe in the mouth.

IF YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND WHAT THIS MEANS, IT MEANS THAT YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO SALUTE THE FLAG, WHEN IN UNIFORM, WHEN YOU PASS IT… EVEN WHEN YOU ARE ON CAMPUS!!!
SALUTING
Army personnel in uniform are required to salute when they meet and recognize persons entitled (by grade) to a salute except when it is inappropriate or impractical (in public conveyances such as planes and buses, in public places such as inside theaters, or when driving a vehicle).

    a.     A salute is also rendered—



    • When the United States National Anthem, "To the Color," "Hail to the Chief," or foreign national anthems are played.

    • To uncased National Color outdoors.

    • On ceremonial occasions as prescribed in Part Two, Ceremonies.

    • At reveille and retreat ceremonies, during the raising or lowering of the flag.

    • During the sounding of honors.

    • When the Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. flag is being recited outdoors.

    • When turning over control of formations.

    • When rendering reports.

    • To officers of friendly foreign countries.

    b.     Salutes are not required when—

    • Indoors, except when reporting to an officer or when on duty as a guard.

    • Addressing a prisoner.

    • Saluting is obviously inappropriate. In these cases, only greetings are exchanged. (Example 1: A person carrying articles with both hands, or being otherwise so occupied as to make saluting impracticable, is not required to salute a senior person or return the salute to a subordinate.)

    • Either the senior or the subordinate is wearing civilian clothes.

  1. In any case not covered by specific instructions, the salute is rendered.



Marching Cadence / Everywhere We Go (Army Pride Version)

Every where we go,
people wanna' know,
who we are,
and where the hell we come from,
so we tell them,
we ain't the Marines,
they don't even look mean,
we are the Army,
the back-packin' Army.


Every where we go,
people wanna' know,
who we are,
and where the hell we come from,
so we tell them,
we ain't the Air Force,
the low flyin' Air Force,
we are the Army,
the dedicated Army.


Everywhere we go,
people wanna' know,
who we are,
and where the hell we come from,
so we tell them,
we ain't the Coast Guard,
a boat full of retards,
we are the Army,
the rock strong Army.







Marching Cadence / The Army Colors (For Saddam)

THE ARMY COLORS
THE COLOR IS RED
TO SHOW THE WORLD
THE BLOOD WE SHED


THE ARMY COLORS
THE COLOR IS WHITE
TO SHOW THE WORLD
WERE FIT TO FIT


THE ARMY COLORS
THE COLOR IS BLUE
TO SHOW THE WORLD
THAT WE ARE TRUE


YOUR LEFT YOUR LEFT RIGHT
YOUR LEFT RIGHT YOUR LEFT
YOUR MILITARY LEFT
NOW STAY IN STEP


THE ARMY COLORS
THE COLOR IS GREEN

TO SHOW THE WORLD
WERE LEAN AND MEAN


THE ARMY COLORS
THE COLORS ID GOLD
TO SHOW SADDAM
WERE IN CONTROL


THE ARMY COLORS
THE COLOR IS BLACK
TO SHOW SADDAM
WE WILL FIGHT BACK


YOUR LEFT YOUR LEFT RIGHT
YOUR LEFT RIGHT YOUR LEFT
YOUR MILITARY LEFT
NOW STAY IN STEP


THE ARMY COLORS
THE COLOR IS BROWN
TO SHOW SADDAM
WE'LL BE AROUND!!!!!!!!!!






Marching Cadence / Hail O' Hail O' Infantry

Up in the morning, outta the rack
Greeted at dawn with an early attack
First Sergeant rushes me off to chow
But I dont need it anyhow


Hail O' Hail O' Infantry
Queen of battle follow me
An airborne rangers life for me
O' nothing in this world is free


From a big bird in the sky
All will jump and some will die
Off to battle we will go
To live or die, hell I dont know


Hail O' Hail O' Infantry
Queen of battle follow me
An airborne rangers life for me
O' nothing in this world is free





Early at night its drizzilin' rain
I am hit and feel no pain
But in my heart I have no fear
Because my ranger God is here


Hail O' Hail O' Infantry
Queen of battle follow me
An airborne rangers life for me
O' nothing in this world is free


The mortars and artillery
The screaming bursts around me
Jagged shrapnel on the fly
Kills my buddy, makes me cry


Hail O' Hail O' Infantry
Queen of battle follow me
An airborne rangers life for me
O' nothing in this world is free




Marching Cadence / So Early In The Morning #2

Hey Hey Lock and Load,
It's 4AM and we're ready to roll,
To kill the enemy and claim his soul,
So early, so early, so early, in the morning.


F. O. On the hill
He calls the artillery and brings in the steel,
To kill the enemy and claim his soul,
So early, so early, so early, in the morning.


Bradleys creeping low,
The engines are ready and they're ready to go,
To kill the enemy and claim his soul,
So early, so early, so early, in the morning.


Sniper on the hill,
He loads a round and he's ready to kill,
To kill the enemy and claim his soul,
So early, so early, so early, in the morning,
So early, so early, so early, in the morning.






Running Cadences




C-130

C-130 rolling down the strip

Airborne daddy on a one way trip

Mission uncertain, destination unknown

We don't know if we're ever coming home

Stand up, hook up, shuffle to the door

Jump right out and count to four

If my main don't open wide

I got another one by my side

If that one should fail me too

Look out ground I'm coming through

Slip to the right and slip to the left

Slip on down, do a PLF

Hit the drop zone with my feet apart

Legs in my stomach and feet in my heart

If I die on the old drop zone

Box me up and ship me home

Pin my wings upon my chest

Bury me in the leaning rest
My Granny

When my granny was 91,

She did PT just for fun

When my granny was 92,

She did PT better than you

When my granny was 93,

She did PT better than me

When my granny was 94,

She did PT more and more

When my granny was 95,

She did PT to stay alive

When my granny was 96,

She kept on doing flutter-kicks

When my granny was 97,

She up and died and went to heaven

She met St. Peter at the pearly gates

Said, "St. Peter, St. Peter, hope I'm not late

St. Peter said with a big ol' grin

"Get down granny, and knock out ten"

She replied with a big ol' smile

"Sorry, St. Peter, I'm on profile!"

A is for Airborne

A- is for Airborne

I - is for in the sky

R - is for Rough and Tough

B - is for born to die

O - is for on the go

R – is for Ranger!

N – is for Never Quit

E - is for Everyday


Airborne PT

Early one morning in the pouring rain,

First Sergeant said it was time for pain,

Grab your ruck and follow me!

Its time to do some PT.

We jogged nine miles and we ran three,

The First Sergeants yelling follow me!

Then we walked two miles and ran eight!

Airborne PT sure is great!


Birdie – Birdie

Birdie birdie in the sky

Dropped some whitewash in my eye

I won't fuss and I won't cry

I'm just glad that cows can't fly.



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