Do you salute officers while in civilian clothes?

You don’t have to salute indoors, except when you report to a superior officer. If either person is wearing civilian clothes and you do not recognize the other person as a superior officer, salutes are unnecessary.

Do you salute officers while in civilian clothes?

You don’t have to salute indoors, except when you report to a superior officer. If either person is wearing civilian clothes and you do not recognize the other person as a superior officer, salutes are unnecessary.

Does the skull explode during cremation?

They didn’t. However, extreme heat does make bone very fragile, and a burning skull can shatter if something falls on it. In the aftermath of a house fire, this might make it look as if someone’s skull has exploded. But no, skulls don’t explode in the crematorium.

Do you have to salute retired officers?

Yes, it is customary to salute them when you recognize them as officers, when they are in uniform or when they are participants in ceremonies. Security personnel (gate guards) at military installation entrances salute retired officers when they see their rank as they check ID cards, for example.

Is it disrespectful to run through a cemetery?

Many cemeteries have signs posted that encourage people to walk, run, or bike through the grounds, as long as you are respectful. It is a place for contemplation, and there is nothing wrong with enjoying the solitude (and traffic-free environment), as long as you don’t interfere with a funeral, as was mentioned.

What happens to your grave after 100 years?

By 50 years in, your tissues will have liquefied and disappeared, leaving behind mummified skin and tendons. Eventually these too will disintegrate, and after 80 years in that coffin, your bones will crack as the soft collagen inside them deteriorates, leaving nothing but the brittle mineral frame behind.

Where do officers stand in formation?

  The Term “Post” is defined as the “correct place for an Officer or Non Commissioned Officer to stand in a Formation.

Can you exercise in cemetery?

He describes cemeteries as “semi-public spaces,” akin to shopping malls, where folks go “mall walking.” In the same way, “it’s perfectly fine for runners to use privately owned cemeteries for walking or running, so long as they do so in a respectful fashion,” says Eggener.

Do officers call at ease?

When an officer (to include cadet officer in uniform) approaches a uniformed group outside, the first cadet to recognize the officer will call “Attention” and all cadets will salute and remain at attention until given “At ease”, “Rest”, “Carry on”, another command, or until the officer passes.