Anytime you apprehend a member of the
opposite sex, communicate immediately with
headquarters for instructions.
REVIEW 1 QUESTIONS
Q1. What are the areas of responsibility for a
Q2. If the pistol has a lanyard attached to it, how
should the weapon be given to the relief?
Q3. Where can details of special evolutions be
Q4. The heavy weather bill is placed in effect at
Q5. Who is the CINC for the objective evaluation
of effectiveness of the operational forces?
Q6. The responsibility for operational forces in the
Arabian Gulf falls under what CINC
Q7. Who has the responsibility to develop,
implement, and administer service-wide
programs for improved human relations?
Q8. Who is responsible for transportation of naval
Q9. The PPO is NOT a regular part of the MMA
force. True or False.
Q10. Who is responsible to the executive officer for
maintaining good order and discipline in the
Q11. What is the primary duty of an SP?
Learning Objective: Recall the procedures for close-
On occasion you will be required to take charge of
a group of Sailors ashore and march them to a work
detail, to the dispensary, or to and from classes at a
training command. You also may have to take charge
of such a group to prepare them for a parade or
ceremony. When you are in charge of such a unit, you
must give the proper commands at the right time to
ensure that the unit moves with precision and
You should familiarize yourself with the following
definitions. You need not learn them word for word,
but you must understand them.
SQUAD: A squad at full strength normally consists
of 12 persons.
SECTION: A section consists of two or more
PLATOON: A platoon consists of two or more
squads, a platoon headquarters, and a guide.
headquarters consists of a platoon petty officer and one
or more assistants.
COMPANY: A company consists of two or more
HEAD: The head is the leading element of a
CADENCE: Cadence is a rhythmic rate of march
at a uniform step.
QUICK TIME: Quick time is cadence at 120 steps
(12, 15, or 30 inches in length) per minute. Quick time
is also the normal cadence for drills and ceremonies.
DOUBLE TIME: Double time is cadence at
180 steps (36 inches in length) per minute.
SLOW TIME: Slow time is cadence at 60 steps per
minute and is used for funerals only.