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" The national or regimental color or standard, uncased, passing a guard or other armed body will be saluted, the field music sounding " to the color " or  "
Laws, Rules and Regulations Governing the Militia, National Guard, Naval ... - Page 126
by Michigan - 1902 - 317 pages
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Calendar of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 1874

Royal College of Surgeons of England - Medicine - 1874 - 407 pages
...grades in the regular service ; to officers of a foreign service the honors due to their rank. 377. The national or regimental color or standard, uncased,...prescribed salute; with no arms in hand, the salute will be the hand salute, using the right hand, the headdress not to be removed. 378. Whenever " The Star Spangled...
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Manual of Guard Duty, United States Army: Approved January 7, 1893

United States. War Department - 1893 - 78 pages
...be inspected. 327. In stacking arms, if bayonets are fixed they will be used in making the stacks. With no arms in hand the salute will be made by uncovering. If the colors are on the stacks, the salute will be made on crossing the color line, or on passing...
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Manual of Guard Duty, United States Army: Approved January 7, 1893

United States. War Department - 1893 - 78 pages
...be inspected. 327. In stacking arms, if bayonets are fixed they will be used in making the stacks. With no arms in hand the salute will be made by uncovering. If the colors are on the stacks, the salute will be made on crossing the color line, or on passing...
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Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1895

United States. War Department - 1895 - 303 pages
...grades in the regular service; to officers of a foreign service the honors due to their rank. 391. The national or regimental color or standard, uncased,...arms in hand, the salute will be made by uncovering. 392. No honors are paid by troops when on the march or in trenches and no salute is rendered when marching...
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Army Regulations

United States. War Department - 1895
...the regular service; to officers of a foreign service the honors due to their rank. 391. The nat:onal or regimental color or standard, uncased, passing...arms in hand, the salute will be made by uncovering. 394. No honors are paid by troops when on the march or in trenches and no salute is rendered when marching...
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Elementary Treatise on Military Science and the Art of War: Part I.

Herbert Everett Tutherly - Military art and science - 1897 - 160 pages
...like grades in the regular service; to officers of a foreign service the honors due to their rank. The national or regimental color or standard, uncased,...arms in hand, the salute will be made by uncovering. No honors are paid by troops when on the march or in trenches and no salute is rendered when marching...
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Privates' Handbook of Military Courtesy and Guard Duty: Being Paragraphs ...

Melvin Weston Rowell - Military ceremonies, honors, and salutes - 1898 - 60 pages
...fingers extended and joined, forefinger against the piece. 2d. Drop the left hand by the side. Honors. 5. Enlisted men passing the uncased color will render...arms in hand, the salute will be made by uncovering. 6. No honors are paid by troops when on the march or in trenches, and no salute is rendered when marching...
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Elementary Treatise on Military Science and the Art of War

Herbert Everett Tutherly - Military art and science - 1898 - 338 pages
...to the color" or "to the standard." Officers or enlisted men passing the uncased color or standard will render the prescribed salute; with no arms in hand, the salute will be made by uncovering. The colonel selects the most soldierly, reliable, "duty sergeant" of the regiment as the " national...
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Army Regulations

United States. War Department - 1899
...grades in the regular service; to officers of a foreign service the honors due to their rank. 391. The national or regimental color or standard, uncased,...passing a guard or other armed body will be saluted, tlio field music sounding ' ' to the color" or " to the standard." Officers or enlisted men passing...
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Army Regulations

United States. War Department - 1900
...grades in the regular service; to officers of a foreign service the honors due to their rank. 39 1 . The national or regimental color or standard, uncased,...arms in hand, the salute will be made by uncovering. 392. No honors are paid by troops when on the march or in trenches and no salute is rendered when marching...
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