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On the Command:

Introductory Cautionary Executive
Saluting to the Left/Right To the Left/Right Salute

The right hand is to be brought smartly, with a semi-circular motion, to the side of the head. The palm of the hand is to be to the front with the thumb and fingers fully extended and held closely together. The fore-finger is to be placed 2cms (1 in) behind and to the right of the eye. The wrist is to be straight and the elbow in line and square with the right shoulder. The head and eyes are then sharply turned in the direction indicated.

After a pause equal to 2 paces in quick time, the right arm is to be brought smartly down to the side of the body by the shortest route, resuming the position of attention, without striking the thigh. The head and eyes are to snap back to the front.

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