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Stationary drill consists of drill movements that are accomplished without marching. The drill positions of attention and parade rest are two perfect examples. Other stationary drill commands include parade rest, at ease, left or right face, about face, fall out. Some commands, such as present arms and order arms, can be accomplished while moving or while stationary.

If you don't remember anything else, do not forget to unlock your knees when you're participating in stationary drill. Bend your knees just enough so that it is not visible that you're doing so but enough to allow the blood to flow smoothly through your legs.

Failing to unlock your knees will impede the blood flow to your brain so that, after a time and you will find that stationary drill in the military often requires you to stand still for long periods , you'll grow faint and pass out. It's not a pleasant experience to suddenly find yourself abruptly kissing the asphalt of a parade grinder or the steel of a ship's deck.

To come to the position of attention see Figure , bring the heels together smartly by moving the left foot only and on line. Place the heels as near each other as the conformation of the body permits and ensure that the feet are turned out equally, forming a degree angle. Keep the legs straight without stiffening or locking the knees. The body is erect with hips level, chestlifted, back arched, and shoulders square and even.

Arms hang straight down alongside the body without stiffness, and the wrists are straight with the forearms. Place thumbs, which are resting along the first joint of the forefinger, along the seams of the trousers or sides of the skirt. Hands are cupped but not clenched as a fist with palms facing the leg. The head is kept erect and held straight to the front with the chin drawn in slightly so that the axis of the head and neck is vertical; eyes are to the front, with the line of sight parallel to the ground.

The weight of the body rests equally on the heels and balls of both feet, and silence and immobility arerequired. On the preparatory command of Flight, or Squadron, or Group, the individuals assume the position of parade rest.

At the command "Attention," assume the position ofattention. Keep the legs straight, but not stiff, and the heels on line. As the left foot moves, bring the arms, fully extended, to the back of the body, uncupping the hands in the process, and extend and join the fingers, pointing them toward the ground. The palms will face outward.

Place the right hand in the palm of the left, right thumb over the left, to form an X. Keep head and eyes straight ahead and remain silent and immobile. The command is "At ease. Your position in the formation will not change, and silence will be maintained. Your arms may be relaxed, but your thumbs must also stay interlaced. The command is "Fall Out. You must remain in the immediate area, and return to the formation on the command "Fall In.

The commands are "Right face" or "Left face. Keep legs bent naturally, not stiff. The upper portion of the body remains at attention. This completes count 1 of the movement. Next, bring the left right foot smartly forward, ensuring that your heels are together and on line. Feet should now be forming a degree angle, which means the position of attention has been resumed. This step completes count 2 of the movement. The command is "About, face.

While naturally bending the knees, place the ball of the right foot approximately half a shoe length behind and slightly to the left of the heel. Distribute the weight of the body on the ball of the right foot and the heel of the left foot. Keep both legs straight, but not stiff. The position of the foot has not changed. This step completes the first part of the movement.

Keeping the upper portion of the body at the position of attention, pivot degrees to the right on the ball of the right foot and heel of the left foot, with a twisting motion from the hips. Suspend arm swing during the movement and remain as though at attention.

On completion of the pivot, heels should be together and in line and feet should form a degree angle. The entire body is now at the position of attention. The command is "Hand, salute. Keep the palm flat and facing the body. Place the thumb along the forefingers, keeping the palm flat and forming a straight line between the fingertips and elbows.

Tilt the palm slightly toward the face. Hold the upper arm horizontal, slightly forward of the body and parallel to the ground. Ensure that the tip of the right forefinger touches headgear to the right of the right eye. If wearing a nonbilled hat, ensure that the index finger touches the outside corner of the right eyebrow or the front corner ofglasses. The rest of the body will remain at the position of attention. This procedure is used in some of the branches for training purposes only.

This command is not usually used in actual military ceremonies. When not under arms carrying a rifle , the commands are "Present, arms" and "Order arms. Then the hand salute ends when given the command, "Order arms. Related Topics Join the Military. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. I encountered this phrase in Wikipedia http: Stand at attention or stand to attention both mean " assume a military posture of motionless alertness ". In the context you provide it means the brothers did not show militaristic respect for Sir Red.

The form stand at attention is more often found in the modern US military, but to attention is not incorrect and both may be heard in other countries or in historical usage. At attention rather than to attention is a military posture, and is in effect a form of salute. As such it is a conventional way of showing respect, often used when somebody senior enters the room.

Other stationary drill commands include parade rest, at ease, left or right face, about face, fall out. Some commands, such as present arms and order arms, can be accomplished while moving or while stationary.

If you don't remember anything else, do not forget to unlock your knees when you're participating in stationary drill. Bend your knees just enough so that it is not visible that you're doing so but enough to allow the blood to flow smoothly through your legs. Failing to unlock your knees will impede the blood flow to your brain so that, after a time and you will find that stationary drill in the military often requires you to stand still for long periods , you'll grow faint and pass out.

It's not a pleasant experience to suddenly find yourself abruptly kissing the asphalt of a parade grinder or the steel of a ship's deck. To come to the position of attention see Figure , bring the heels together smartly by moving the left foot only and on line.

Place the heels as near each other as the conformation of the body permits and ensure that the feet are turned out equally, forming a degree angle. Keep the legs straight without stiffening or locking the knees. The body is erect with hips level, chestlifted, back arched, and shoulders square and even. Arms hang straight down alongside the body without stiffness, and the wrists are straight with the forearms.

Place thumbs, which are resting along the first joint of the forefinger, along the seams of the trousers or sides of the skirt.

Hands are cupped but not clenched as a fist with palms facing the leg. The head is kept erect and held straight to the front with the chin drawn in slightly so that the axis of the head and neck is vertical; eyes are to the front, with the line of sight parallel to the ground. The weight of the body rests equally on the heels and balls of both feet, and silence and immobility arerequired.

On the preparatory command of Flight, or Squadron, or Group, the individuals assume the position of parade rest. At the command "Attention," assume the position ofattention. Keep the legs straight, but not stiff, and the heels on line. As the left foot moves, bring the arms, fully extended, to the back of the body, uncupping the hands in the process, and extend and join the fingers, pointing them toward the ground. The palms will face outward. Place the right hand in the palm of the left, right thumb over the left, to form an X.

To stand at attention is also a means of saluting when a junior rank meets an officer or superior but he the junior is not wearing a cover. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.

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The position of at attention, or standing at attention, is a military posture which involves the Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version . there's also a series of commonly used phrases which deserve some attention. The captain wants everyone to meet at , so the master Said as a compliment: Someone who does not have the official B. "I need two volunteers to stand out in front of Best Buy this Saturday collecting Toys for Tots.". For example, if the room were composed solely of Alpha Battery soldiers, BATTER etc, “Attention” will be announced and the room will rise and stand at parade to get the attention of a room full of officers, s/he will say something like “OK.