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Eo M107.03 OBSERVE THE RULES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE PAYING O
Transcript of Eo M107.03 OBSERVE THE RULES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE PAYING O
OBJECTIVES AND IMPORTANCE:
By the end of this lesson the cadet shall be expected to know when and where to pay compliments.
Knowledge of this will be used with senior NCOs at the corps, officers, and at summer training centers.
Explain the procedures for addressing cadets nco's
Addressing Cadet NCOs and Subordinate Officers
It is important to pay the correct compliments to the appropriate individuals.
-When you approach, you will stand at attention and address them politely
-Don't salute NCOs, Salute officers
-Address the NCO with rank and surname, throughout the conversation, and remain at the position of attention.
-When you are done with the conversation, and dismiss yourself appropriately by turning to the right.
Cadets will practice the procedures:
-NCO will be NCO
-Cadets will be Cadets
Confirmation of TP 1
Q1. Do you salute a Cadet NCO?
Q2. What do you as the cadet do when you are dismissing yourself?
Q3. Name an action a cadet should do while addressing a cadet NCO?
A1. No, you do not salute a cadet NCO.
A2. You will turn to the right as told earlier in the lesson.
A3. Standing at the position of attention, addressing by rank and surname, and dismissing appropriately.
Explain the procedures for addressing a commissioned officer
Addressing Commissioned officers
-Same thing as NCO except you salute them and go to the position of attention and stay there.
-Through out the conversation the cadet will address the officer by "sir" or "mam"
-Through out the conversation the cadet will remain at the position of attention, unless otherwise directed by the officer.
-When you are done with the conversation, salute the officer and dismiss yourself appropriately.
Cadets will practice the TP
-NCO will be Officer
-Cadet will be Cadet
confirmation of TP 2
Q1. Are you required to salute officers? Why?
Q2. When should salute a officer?
A1. Yes, because they hold a commission from the queen
A2. After the officer has been approached, and prior to dismissal.
explain regulations for paying compliments inside a building
Paying Compliments Inside a Building
-Salutes are only given to an officer inside on parade, ceremonial occasions, or entering/leaving offices.
-Cadets shall turn there head and offer and polite greeting when meeting an officer in a common area.
-It is not customary to wear a headdress inside a building
Entering and exiting an office
- Stand at position of attention;
- Salute if wearing a headdress
-Stand at position of attention;
-Salute if wearing a headdress;
The cadets will practice the TP
Confirmation of TP 3
Q1. Name two times or places where compliments are paid inside a building?
A1. Parade square, ceremonial occasions, entering and leaving offices.
explain other occasions to pay compliments
Other Occasions to Pay Compliments
- When the Canadian or another foreign national anthem is played
- When recognizing a commissioned officer who is not in uniform
- When the national flag of Canada is being lowered or raised
- When boarding or disembarking any of her Majesty's Canadian ships or those of a foreign service, cadets shall pay compliments to the quarterdeck
Confirmation of TP 4
Q1. Does one salute when recognizing a commissioned officer out of uniform?
Q2. Does one pay compliments is the star spangled banner is playing?
A1. Yes, compliments shall be paid.
A2. Yes, all compliments shall be played for all national anthems.
M120.1 participate in a discussion of the roles of the canadian forces
feb. 13, 2014
eo m107.01 observe the rules and procedures
for the paying of compliments