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Hand Salutes on Formal Occasions
Figure 7-4.-When not to salute. exchange   salutes   with   the   personnel   who    relieve them.  Personnel   customarily   salute   whenever   the commanding  officer  enters  the  pilothouse.  They  also salute whenever  making  reports  to  the  commanding officer. WHEN NOT TO SALUTE Saluting  is  improper  in  the  following  situations (fig. 7-4): When uncovered, except where failure to salute might cause embarrassment or misunderstanding In formation, except on command On work detail (Person in charge of detail salutes.) When   engaged   in   athletics   or   assembled   for recreation or entertainment In  public  places  where   obviously   inappropriate (theaters, restaurants, etc.) In public conveyances 7-15

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