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CHAPTER 8
PLATOON DRILL
Platoon Drill

• Interval in line and count off same as
  squad

• Squad leaders are base for
  movements

• Simultaneous ...
Platoon Drill (cont.)

• Successive movements on squad
  leaders’ supplemental commands

• Unit leader marches left and pa...
Platoon Formation in Line
Platoon Formation in Column
Posts of Individuals

Platoon Commander’s post:

• In line - 6 paces in front
  of center of front rank


• In column - at...
Posts of Individuals (cont.)
Mustering Petty Officer’s post:
• When platoon commander is present:
  ~ when platoon is in l...
Posts of Individuals (cont.)

Platoon guide takes post as described
in paragraph 8003.

Extra members fall in on left when...
Posts of Individuals (cont.)




Platoon commander’s movements
Rules for the Guide
More Rules for the Guide
               • Dress Right (Left)
                 Dress

               • Column of Files
    ...
More Rules for the Guide (cont.)




• Other column/file changes

• Guide sets direction and cadence

• Guide does not Cou...
Count Off

• Designates relative position in ranks.

• Executed when halted at attention,
  in line or column.

• In line,...
To Form Line From Column


• Executed only when halted.

• Command is “Left, FACE.”

• Platoon commander and guidon take
 ...
Aligning a
 Platoon



Command is
“Dress right,
DRESS.”
Close Interval Dress Right Dress
Executed in same manner as
Dress Right Dress, except:

• Command is “At Close Interval,
  Dress Right, DRESS.”
• All cadets except rightmost in squads
  place heel of left hand on hip, and
  look to the right.
• Cadets move by short ...
To Form For Physical Drill


• Executed when halted at attention
  and in column of threes or fours at
  normal interval

...
To Form For Physical Drill (cont.)


• “Take Interval to the Left, MARCH”

• “Arms, DOWN”

• “Even Numbers to the Right, M...
To March In The Oblique
To March In The Oblique (cont.)




• "Forward, MARCH" - original direction
• "In Place, HALT" - halt in the oblique
• "Re...
To March To The Rear

• The purpose is to march the platoon
  to the rear for a short distance.

• The command is “To the ...
What are the elements of a
platoon headquarters?
What are the elements of a
platoon headquarters?


Platoon headquarters consists
of a minimum of a platoon
commander, a mu...
Where does the unit leader
march when in charge of the
platoon?
Where does the unit leader
march when in charge of the
platoon?


The unit leader will march to
the left and parallel to t...
What are the two formations of
a platoon?
What are the two formations of
a platoon?

Line and column
Where is the platoon
commander’s post when in
line?
Where is the platoon
commander’s post when in
line?

In line, the platoon
commander’s post is six (6)
paces in front of th...
Where does the mustering petty
officer march in column
formation?
Where does the mustering petty
officer march in column
formation?

The mustering petty officer
follows the last member of ...
Where does the guide march in
the platoon unless otherwise
directed?
Where does the guide march in
the platoon unless otherwise
directed?

The platoon guide takes post
on the right.
What is the command to form
the platoon?
What is the command to form
the platoon?

“FALL IN” or “At Close Interval,
FALL IN.”
How do you dismiss the
platoon if under arms?
How do you dismiss the
platoon if under arms?


“Inspection, ARMS;”
“DISMISSED.”
What is the command for
counting off while in column?
What is the command for
counting off while in column?

“From Front to Rear, Count,
OFF.”
What is the command given to
 form the platoon from line to
 column?
What is the command given to
  form the platoon from line to
  column?


“Right, FACE.”
What is the command given to
 change the formation from a
 column back to a line?
What is the command given to
  change the formation from a
  column back to a line?

“Left, FACE.”
What is the distance between
 squads when in line in the
 platoon?
What is the distance between
  squads when in line in the
  platoon?

40 inches
What does the platoon
commander do after aligning
the first rank in the platoon?
What does the platoon
commander do after aligning
the first rank in the platoon?


The platoon commander faces
 to the lef...
What are the proper procedures
to do “Dress Left, DRESS”?
What are the proper procedures
 to do “Dress Left, DRESS”?

At the command, “Dress Left,
DRESS,” everyone except those
on ...
What is the purpose of “Close,
 MARCH”?
What is the purpose of “Close,
MARCH”?


The purpose of this movement
is to close the interval
between files of a platoon ...
What is the purpose of
 “Extend, MARCH”?
What is the purpose of
“Extend, MARCH”?


The purpose of this movement
is to extend the interval
between files of a platoo...
How many steps are taken by
each rank when opening
ranks?
How many steps are taken by
each rank when opening
ranks?

1st rank takes two 30-inch
steps, 2nd rank takes one
30-inch st...
How many steps are taken by
each rank upon the command
“Close ranks, MARCH”?
How many steps are taken by
each rank upon the command
“Close ranks, MARCH”?


1st rank stands fast, the 2nd
rank takes on...
Which member of the platoon
establishes the pivot point for
“Column Left, MARCH” in the
platoon?
Which member of the platoon
establishes the pivot point for
“Column Left, MARCH” in the
platoon?


The leading member of t...
Which foot is the command of
execution given on for “By the
Right Flank, MARCH”?
Which foot is the command of
execution given on for “By the
Right Flank, MARCH”?


Right foot
What is the command to
resume the original direction
of march after “Right Oblique,
MARCH” is given?
What is the command to
 resume the original direction
 of march after “Right Oblique,
 MARCH” is given?


“Forward, MARCH.”
The command “To the Rear,
MARCH” is given as which
foot strikes the deck?
The command “To the Rear,
MARCH” is given as which
foot strikes the deck?

Right foot
When marching in column of
twos, where does the platoon
commander and guide march?
When marching in column of
twos, where does the platoon
commander and guide march?

The platoon commander is
ahead of the ...
TRUE or FALSE. “Close
Ranks, HALT” is the command
given when the need for extra
distance is concluded.
TRUE or FALSE. “Close
Ranks, HALT” is the command
given when the need for extra
distance is concluded.


FALSE. (“Close Ra...
TRUE or FALSE. Ranks in rear
of the leading rank execute the
pivot movements on the same
points and in the same way as
the...
TRUE or FALSE. Ranks in rear
of the leading rank execute the
pivot movements on the same
points and in the same way as
the...
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Platoon Drill

  1. 1. CHAPTER 8 PLATOON DRILL
  2. 2. Platoon Drill • Interval in line and count off same as squad • Squad leaders are base for movements • Simultaneous movements on platoon commander’s command of execution
  3. 3. Platoon Drill (cont.) • Successive movements on squad leaders’ supplemental commands • Unit leader marches left and parallel • When halted, unit leader 6 paces in front and centered
  4. 4. Platoon Formation in Line
  5. 5. Platoon Formation in Column
  6. 6. Posts of Individuals Platoon Commander’s post: • In line - 6 paces in front of center of front rank • In column - at head of the left file
  7. 7. Posts of Individuals (cont.) Mustering Petty Officer’s post: • When platoon commander is present: ~ when platoon is in line, post is left of left member of rear rank ~ when platoon is in column, post is following last member of right file • When platoon commander is absent, he/she takes platoon commander’s post.
  8. 8. Posts of Individuals (cont.) Platoon guide takes post as described in paragraph 8003. Extra members fall in on left when in line and in rear when in column. In this chapter, platoon commander means the individual drilling the platoon.
  9. 9. Posts of Individuals (cont.) Platoon commander’s movements
  10. 10. Rules for the Guide
  11. 11. More Rules for the Guide • Dress Right (Left) Dress • Column of Files from the Left • Column of Twos from the Left • By the Right (Left) Flank and To The Rear
  12. 12. More Rules for the Guide (cont.) • Other column/file changes • Guide sets direction and cadence • Guide does not Count Off
  13. 13. Count Off • Designates relative position in ranks. • Executed when halted at attention, in line or column. • In line, command is “Count, OFF.” • In column, command is “From Front to Rear, Count, OFF.”
  14. 14. To Form Line From Column • Executed only when halted. • Command is “Left, FACE.” • Platoon commander and guidon take new posts.
  15. 15. Aligning a Platoon Command is “Dress right, DRESS.”
  16. 16. Close Interval Dress Right Dress
  17. 17. Executed in same manner as Dress Right Dress, except: • Command is “At Close Interval, Dress Right, DRESS.”
  18. 18. • All cadets except rightmost in squads place heel of left hand on hip, and look to the right. • Cadets move by short steps until right arm touches left elbow of cadet to their right.
  19. 19. To Form For Physical Drill • Executed when halted at attention and in column of threes or fours at normal interval • If armed with rifles, at Order Arms • “From Front to Rear, Count, OFF”
  20. 20. To Form For Physical Drill (cont.) • “Take Interval to the Left, MARCH” • “Arms, DOWN” • “Even Numbers to the Right, MOVE” • Upon completion, “Assemble, MARCH” is given
  21. 21. To March In The Oblique
  22. 22. To March In The Oblique (cont.) • "Forward, MARCH" - original direction • "In Place, HALT" - halt in the oblique • "Resume, MARCH" - resume oblique
  23. 23. To March To The Rear • The purpose is to march the platoon to the rear for a short distance. • The command is “To the Rear, MARCH.” • It is given when marching at quick time or at double time.
  24. 24. What are the elements of a platoon headquarters?
  25. 25. What are the elements of a platoon headquarters? Platoon headquarters consists of a minimum of a platoon commander, a mustering petty officer and a platoon guide.
  26. 26. Where does the unit leader march when in charge of the platoon?
  27. 27. Where does the unit leader march when in charge of the platoon? The unit leader will march to the left and parallel to the platoon from a position where they can best control the unit.
  28. 28. What are the two formations of a platoon?
  29. 29. What are the two formations of a platoon? Line and column
  30. 30. Where is the platoon commander’s post when in line?
  31. 31. Where is the platoon commander’s post when in line? In line, the platoon commander’s post is six (6) paces in front of the center of the front rank of the platoon.
  32. 32. Where does the mustering petty officer march in column formation?
  33. 33. Where does the mustering petty officer march in column formation? The mustering petty officer follows the last member of the right file (squad).
  34. 34. Where does the guide march in the platoon unless otherwise directed?
  35. 35. Where does the guide march in the platoon unless otherwise directed? The platoon guide takes post on the right.
  36. 36. What is the command to form the platoon?
  37. 37. What is the command to form the platoon? “FALL IN” or “At Close Interval, FALL IN.”
  38. 38. How do you dismiss the platoon if under arms?
  39. 39. How do you dismiss the platoon if under arms? “Inspection, ARMS;” “DISMISSED.”
  40. 40. What is the command for counting off while in column?
  41. 41. What is the command for counting off while in column? “From Front to Rear, Count, OFF.”
  42. 42. What is the command given to form the platoon from line to column?
  43. 43. What is the command given to form the platoon from line to column? “Right, FACE.”
  44. 44. What is the command given to change the formation from a column back to a line?
  45. 45. What is the command given to change the formation from a column back to a line? “Left, FACE.”
  46. 46. What is the distance between squads when in line in the platoon?
  47. 47. What is the distance between squads when in line in the platoon? 40 inches
  48. 48. What does the platoon commander do after aligning the first rank in the platoon?
  49. 49. What does the platoon commander do after aligning the first rank in the platoon? The platoon commander faces to the left as in marching, and moves to a position on line with the next rank.
  50. 50. What are the proper procedures to do “Dress Left, DRESS”?
  51. 51. What are the proper procedures to do “Dress Left, DRESS”? At the command, “Dress Left, DRESS,” everyone except those on the left flank smartly turn their heads to the left, look, and align themselves. At the same time they will smartly raise their left arm or elbow to provide interval (the left arm is used for both dress right and dress left).
  52. 52. What is the purpose of “Close, MARCH”?
  53. 53. What is the purpose of “Close, MARCH”? The purpose of this movement is to close the interval between files of a platoon in line to four (4) inches.
  54. 54. What is the purpose of “Extend, MARCH”?
  55. 55. What is the purpose of “Extend, MARCH”? The purpose of this movement is to extend the interval between files of a platoon in line to one arm length.
  56. 56. How many steps are taken by each rank when opening ranks?
  57. 57. How many steps are taken by each rank when opening ranks? 1st rank takes two 30-inch steps, 2nd rank takes one 30-inch step and 3rd rank stands fast. If there is a 4th rank, they take two 15-inch back steps.
  58. 58. How many steps are taken by each rank upon the command “Close ranks, MARCH”?
  59. 59. How many steps are taken by each rank upon the command “Close ranks, MARCH”? 1st rank stands fast, the 2nd rank takes one 30-inch step and 3rd rank takes two 30-inch steps. If there is a 4th rank, they take three steps and halt.
  60. 60. Which member of the platoon establishes the pivot point for “Column Left, MARCH” in the platoon?
  61. 61. Which member of the platoon establishes the pivot point for “Column Left, MARCH” in the platoon? The leading member of the base squad, excluding the platoon commander and guide, establishes the pivot for the movement.
  62. 62. Which foot is the command of execution given on for “By the Right Flank, MARCH”?
  63. 63. Which foot is the command of execution given on for “By the Right Flank, MARCH”? Right foot
  64. 64. What is the command to resume the original direction of march after “Right Oblique, MARCH” is given?
  65. 65. What is the command to resume the original direction of march after “Right Oblique, MARCH” is given? “Forward, MARCH.”
  66. 66. The command “To the Rear, MARCH” is given as which foot strikes the deck?
  67. 67. The command “To the Rear, MARCH” is given as which foot strikes the deck? Right foot
  68. 68. When marching in column of twos, where does the platoon commander and guide march?
  69. 69. When marching in column of twos, where does the platoon commander and guide march? The platoon commander is ahead of the left file, and the guide is in front of the right file.
  70. 70. TRUE or FALSE. “Close Ranks, HALT” is the command given when the need for extra distance is concluded.
  71. 71. TRUE or FALSE. “Close Ranks, HALT” is the command given when the need for extra distance is concluded. FALSE. (“Close Ranks, MARCH” is the correct command.)
  72. 72. TRUE or FALSE. Ranks in rear of the leading rank execute the pivot movements on the same points and in the same way as the leading rank.
  73. 73. TRUE or FALSE. Ranks in rear of the leading rank execute the pivot movements on the same points and in the same way as the leading rank. TRUE.
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