Official Drill and Equipment Regulations: Uniform Rank, Woodmen of the World (Google eBook)

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Woodmen of the World, 1907 - Marching drills - 216 pages
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Page 12 - At the command march, given as the right foot strikes the ground, advance and plant the left foot, then face to the right in marching and step off In the new direction with the right foot.
Page 6 - Heels on the same line and as near each other as the conformation of the man permits.
Page 159 - At the command draw unhook the saber with the thumb and first two fingers of the left hand, thumb on the end of the hook, fingers lifting the upper ring; grasp the scabbard with the left hand at the upper band, bring the hilt a little forward...
Page 164 - ... their staffs and orderlies place themselves respectively on the left of the staff and orderlies of the reviewing officer ; all others who accompany the reviewing officer place themselves on the left of his staff, their orderlies in rear.
Page 125 - ... in executing the manual of arms, nor those commands which are not essential to the execution of a movement by their platoons.
Page 9 - Raise the left leg to the front, bending and elevating the knee as much as possible, leg from knee to instep vertical, toe depressed. UP: Replace the left foot and raise the right leg as prescribed for the left. Execute slowly at first, then gradually increase to the cadence of double time. Continue by repeating up when the right and left legs are alternately in position.
Page 175 - When the distance to the place of interment is considerable, the escort, after having left the camp or garrison, may march at ease in quick time until it approaches the burial ground, when it is brought to attention. The music does not play while marching at ease.
Page 189 - Assembly: The signal for companies or details to fall in. Adjutant's call: The signal for companies to form battalion ; also for the guard details to form for guard mounting on the camp or garrison parade ground ; it follows the assembly at such interval as may be prescribed by the commanding officer.
Page 12 - If marching in quick time, at the command march, given as either foot strikes the ground, take one step in quick time, and then step off in double time. 64. To resume the quick time: 1. Quick time, 2. MARCH. At the command march...
Page 16 - The manual is taught at a halt, and the movements are, for the purpose of instruction, divided into motions and executed in detail; In this case, the command of execution determines the prompt execution of the first motion and the commands Two, three, four, that of the other motions. (3) To execute the movements in detail, the instructor first cautions: By the numbers.

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