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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. CHAPTER 8 HONORS  AND  CEREMONIES LEARNING   OBJECTIVES Upon  completion  of  this  chapter,  you  should  be  able  to  do  the  following: Describe  the  procedures  for  conducting  morning and  evening  colors. Identify   the   procedures   for   saluting   the national ensign when boarding a ship or when meeting  a  military  formation. Name the individual who is accorded “Hail to the  Chief.” Describe  the  U.S.  Navy’s  regulations  for  gun salutes. Describe   the   U.S.   Navy’s   regulations   for conducting  passing  honors. Describe   the   U.S.   Navy’s   regulations   for displaying  the  national  ensign,  union  jack,  and distinctive  marks  of  vessels. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Describe  the  ceremony  conducted passing   Washington’s   Tomb. by a ship Describe  the  ceremonies  conducted  by  the Navy on President’s Day, Independence Day, and  Memorial  Day. Describe  the  ceremony  conducted  by  a  ship passing the USS  Arizona  memorial. Describe  the  procedure  for  conducting  military funerals. Describe  the  procedure  for  placing  a  U.S. Navy  ship  in  commission. Describe   a   formal   change-of-command ceremony. Honors and ceremonies have been an integral part  of  military  courtesy  and  naval  custom  for hundreds of years. As a part of naval custom, we have  traditionally  rendered  honors  to  ships,  to high  ranking  individuals,  and  to  nations.  We  often render  honors  in  the  form  of  ceremonies.  We make festive occasions of many naval honors and ceremonies at which the Navy is seen at its best. We perform ceremonies as formal acts on public occasions. The Navy has too many types of honors and ceremonies and too many occasions on which they are performed for us to include all of them in this chapter.  Instead,  we  will  discuss  some  of  the  more common  situations  involving  a  formal  ceremony or   honor   and   the   behavior   required   of   you during  the  event.  We  have  used  excerpts  from chapter 12 of  United States Navy Regulations  in many  sections  of  this  chapter. HONORS  TO  NATIONAL  ANTHEMS AND  NATIONAL  ENSIGNS When naval bands play the national anthem of   the   United   States,   “The   Star   Spangled Banner,”  they play it in its entirety. They play it  as  written  and  prescribed  in  the  official  U.S. Navy Band arrangement, which is designated as the official Department of Defense arrangement. The following rules apply to the rendering of the national  anthem: The  official  U.S.  Navy  Band’s  playing  of the  national  anthem  of  the  United  States,  or  of 8-1

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