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" Knees straight without stiffness. Hips level and drawn back slightly ; body erect and resting equally on hips; chest lifted and arched ; shoulders square and falling equally. Arms and hands hanging naturally, backs of the hands outward, thumb along the... "
Instructions for United States Coast Guard Stations, 1922 - Страница 119
по United States. Coast Guard - 1922 - 257 страници
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Instruction for Field Artillery

1860 - 348 страници
...each other, without being required to align themselves. POSITION" OF THE CANNONEER DISMOUNTED. 3. The heels on the same line, and as near each other as the conformation of the man will permit ; the feet turned out equally, and forming with each other something less than a right...

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR TACTICS AND DRILL WITH THE WORKING TEXT AND BURIAL SERVICE ...

ELLERY IRVING GARFIELD - 1871
...commands which are placed in a parenthesis are not to be pronounced. Position of the Sir Knight. 8. Heels on the same line, and as near each other as the conformation of the man will permit; The 'feet turned out equally, and forming with each other, an angle of about sixty degrees;...

St. Nicholas, Том 44, Част 2

1917
...demoted ! This is it — the position of a soldier at attention," he said, rattling off the words: "Heels on the same line, and as near each other as...turned out equally, and forming an angle of about 45 degrees. "Knees straight without stiffness. "Hips level and drawn back slightly; body erect and resting...

Infantry Tactics, Double and Single Rank, Adapted to American Topography and ...

Emory Upton - 1875 - 443 страници
...contrary, he changes it, that he may Judge of the intelligence of the men. Position of the soldier. 11. Heels on the same line, and as near each other as the fonformation of the man permits. The feet turned out equally, and forming with each other an angle...

The Templar Manual: Containing a Comprehensive System of Tactics and Drill ...

Freemasons. United States. Knights templars. Grand Encampment - 1881 - 295 страници
...lessons ; afterward, the distance may be lessened until they lightly touch elbows. The heel* should be on the same line, and as near each other as the conformation of the Sir Knight will permit. The feet should be turned out equally, and forming Irith each other something...

Light Gymnastics: A Guide to Systematic Instruction in Physical Training

William Gilbert Anderson - 1889 - 234 страници
...changes it to suit his wishes. A MANUAL OF PHYSICAL TRAINING. CHAPTER I. THE POSITION OF ATTENTION. HEELS on the same line and as near each other as the conformation of the body permits. Feet turned out at an angle formed by the footmarks (60°). Knees straight. The body...

Light Artillery Drill Regulations, United States Army

1891 - 567 страници
...the movement ceases and the former position is resumed. Position of the Soldier, or Attention. 13. Heels on the same line, and as near each other as...man permits. Feet turned out equally, and forming with each other an angle of about sixty degrees. Knees straight, without stiffness. Arms and hands...

Infantry Drill Regulations

United States. Army - 1891 - 245 страници
...hand as soon as the man next on his left has his interval. Position of the Soldier, or Attention. 21. Heels on the same line, and as near each other as...the conformation of the man permits. Feet turned out equal ly and forming with each other an angle of about sixty degrees. Body erect on the hips, inclining...

Cavalry Drill Regulations, United States Army. Adopted Oct. 3, 1891

United States. Department of the Army. General Staff - 1892 - 534 страници
...left hand as the next man on his left has his interval. Position of the Soldier, or Attention. 28. Heels on the same line, and as near each other as the conformation of the" man permits. Knees straight without stiffness. Body erect on the hips, inclining a little forward; shoulders square...

The Army Officer's Examiner: Containing Questions and Answers on All ...

William Henry Powell - 1894 - 625 страници
...man next on his left has his interval. 1790. Q. Describe the position of the soldier at attention. A. Heels on the same line, and as near each other as...man permits ; feet turned out equally, and forming with each other an angle of about sixty degrees ; knees straight without stiffness ; body erect on...




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