1 DRILL AND CEREMONIAL ADVANCED Australian Air Force Cadets Cadet / Instructor Notes Rewrite Edition, 1st April 2007
2 DRILL & CEREMONIAL ADVANCED (DCA) (12 PERIODS) Serial No Title & Objective Periods DCA 1 Revision 2 Revise DCB and DCP DCA 2 Movements by Forming 1 Practise: a. Right & Left forms in slow time b. Form Flight in slow time c. Form hollow squares as a Flight d. Form two ranks from three and vice versa DCA 3 Marching in Double Time 2 Practise: a. Marching in Double Time b. Halt in Double Time c. Quick time into double time d. Double Time into quick time DCA 4 Principles of Drill Instruction 2 Ref: AAP Manual of Drill Chapter 1. State and practise: a. Basic Drill Terminology b. Correct Words of Command c. Voice Projection and timing techniques DCA 5 Student Drill Instruction. 2 Command and control a marching squad using the correct words of command and technique for approx three minutes using movements from DCB 1-9. Note: This block of instruction is to include each cadet practicing voice projection and control of a squad with individual critique by the Drill Instructor. DCA 6 Mutual Instruction Exercise. 3 a. State the: (1) Aims of Drill (2) Requirements of the Drill Instructor (3) Sequence of instruction for a formal drill lesson b. Practise and present two short drill instruction lessons, each of approx eight minutes from DCB 1-8. Each drill instruction lesson is to be followed by comments from the course Drill Instructor.
3 DRILL & CEREMONIAL ADVANCED (DCA) DCA 1 - REVISION 2 PERIODS Objectives Revise DCB and DCP. DCB: Practice: a. Attention, stand-at-ease and stand easy b. Right, left and about turns at the halt c. Incline at the halt d. Fall in as a Flight e. Right and left dress, eyes front f. Number as a Flight g. Sizing as a Flight h. Dismiss and break off as a Flight with and without an Officer present i. Open and close order march j. Right and left dress at the open order k. Right and left close march l. Paces forward and backwards m. Marching in quick time n. Halt from marching in quick time o. Leave and join ranks individually p. Wheeling in threes q. Change step in quick time r. Mark time in quick time from the halt s. Halt from mark time t. Change step whilst marking time u. Step short, step out and break step v. Right, left and about turn on the march w. Right, left incline on the march x. Eyes right and left on the march y. Saluting at the halt and on the march.
4 DCP: Practice: a. Form single file from sections of three and vice versa b. Right and left incline on the march c. Diagonal marching d. Change Direction by forming e. Form Flights f. Slow March g. Halt h. Eyes right and left i. Change Direction by Wheeling j. Left, right and about turn on the march in slow time k. Slow time to Quick time and vice versa l. Change step in slow time m. Mark time in slow time.
5 DRILL & CEREMONIAL ADVANCED (DCA) DCA 2 - MOVEMENTS BY FORMING 1 PERIOD Objectives Practise: a. Right and Left forms in slow time b. Form Flight in slow time c. Form hollow squares as a Flight d. Form two ranks from three and vice versa General While executing the form, each section of threes is to work together with the centre and rear cadets taking their covering from the front cadet. Each section of threes is to halt together. The last section of threes will naturally arrive at its position later then the first section, therefore, the last sections are not to hurry the movement. As a general guide, each section of threes should arrive at the new alignment two paces after the previous section of threes. Changing Direction by Forming from the Halt to the Halt in Slow Time The commands are: a. AT THE HALT, CHANGE DIRECTION RIGHT, RIGHT FORM b. SLOW - MARCH On these commands: a. AT THE HALT, CHANGE DIRECTION RIGHT, RIGHT FORM The right hand marker executes a right turn. The remainder of the front rank executes a right incline. The centre and rear ranks stand fast. b. SLOW MARCH. The right hand marker march forward five paces and halts. At the same time all other members of the flight march around to the new alignment on the left of the marker, and halt by sections of threes when they arrive at their respective positions The same movement can be executed forming to the left except the word LEFT is substituted for the word RIGHT. From the Halt to the Move The commands are: a. CHANGE DIRECTION RIGHT, RIGHT FORM. b. SLOW MARCH. c. FOR WARD The movements are the same for at the halt, with the exception that on reaching the new alignment the flight is to mark-time until the command FOR WARD is given. Changing Direction on the Move The commands are:
6 a. CHANGE DIRECTION RIGHT, RIGHT FORM. b. FOR WARD The executive word of command is given as the left is coming to the ground. On the command RIGHT FORM the right hand marker executes a right turn, marches forward five paces and marks time. At the same time all other members of the front rank execute a right incline and the centre and rear ranks step short to avoid closing up. The member of the flight then march around to the new alignment on the left of the marker, and mark time until the command FOR WARD The same movement can be executed forming to the left by substituting the word LEFT instead of RIGHT. From the Move to the Halt If it is desired to have the flight halted at the completion of this movement, the command is prefixed with the words AT THE HALT. When this is given the members of the flight halt on arriving at their new position. Moving to a Flank in Column of Threes A flight marching in line may be changed into the formation of a column of threes. The command is: LEFT/RIGHT IN THREES, LEFT/RIGHT TURN. Forming Hollow Square Hollow Square is a formation used when teaching drill or on an occasion when the Flight Commander wishes to address the flight. The commands are: a. CENTRE AND REAR RANKS, RIGHT AND LEFT TURN. b. INWARDS WHEEL, QUICK MARCH. c. CENTRE AND REAR RANKS HALT. d. INWARDS TURN On the command CENTRE AND REAR RANKS RIGHT AND LEFT TURN, members of the centre rank are to turn right and the rear rank are to turn left. The front rank is to stand fast On the commander INWARDS WHEEL, QUICK MARCH, members of the centre rank are to step off n quick time and left wheel. At the same time the members of the rear rank are to step off in quick time and wheel to the right. When the last person of each rank has passed the left or right markers of the front rank the command CENTRE AND REAR RANKS HALT is given On the command INWARDS TURN members of the centre rank are to turn left and the rear rank are to turn right. Forming Three Ranks from Hollow Square This movement is used to reform a flight into three ranks from hollow square. The commands are: a. CENTRE AND REAR RANKS LEFT AND RIGHT TURN. b. FORM FLIGHT, QUICK MARCH. c. CENTRE AND REAR RANKS HALT.
7 d. INWARDS TURN On the command CENTRE and REAR RANKS LEFT AND RIGHT TURN, the centre rank is to left turn and the rear rank is to right turn, the front rank is to stand fast. On the command FORM FLIGHT, QUICK MARCH the centre and rear ranks are to step off in quick time. The centre rank is to right wheel when it passes the left hand marker and both ranks are to march to their original positions in the flight. When in position the command CENTRE AND REAR RANKS HALT is given and both ranks halt On the command INWARDS TURN the centre rank is to right turn and the rear rank is to left turn. The flight is now reformed. Forming Two Ranks from Three When in Line This movement is normally associated with Guards of Honour, Guards and Piquet s. The commands are: a. CENTRE RANK NUMBER. b. FORM TWO RANKS On the command CENTRE RANK NUMBER the centre rank is to number from the right. On the command FORM TWO RANKS, the odd numbers of the centre rank are to take one pace to the left and then one pace forward, aligning themselves with the front rank, each on the left of the front cadet. At the same time the even numbers of the centre rank are to take one pace to the left and one pace backwards, aligning themselves with the rear rank, each on the left of the rear cadet Dressing may vary according to space. If space permits then a full arm right dress is done. The commands are: a. RIGHT DRESS, or b. HALF ARM INTERVAL, RIGHT DRESS, or c. WITHOUT INTERVAL, RIGHT DRESS. Full Right Dress The command is RIGHT DRESS. On this command the flight is to carry out a normal right dress for two ranks. Half Arm Interval Dressing On the command HALF ARM INTERVAL, RIGHT DRESS, members raise the left arm and place the left hand on the hip, finger clenched and knuckles pointing to the ground through an angle of 45 degrees, elbows square to the front. Members are to dress off from the right marker with the rear marker judging the distance from the front. Without Interval Dressing If space is limited, a Guard may be required to dress off without interval. The command is WITHOUT INTERVAL, RIGHT DRESS. On the command turn the head and eyes to the right, then dress off by moving to a position where the right shoulder touches the person to the right.
8 Forming Three Ranks from Two On the command FORM THREE RANKS odd numbers from the original centre rank are to step backwards one pace and take one pace to the right. At the same time even numbers from the original centre rank are to take one pace forward and one pace to the right A RIGHT DRESS is then carried out.
9 DRILL & CEREMONIAL ADVANCED (DCA) DCA 3 - MARCHING IN DOUBLE TIME 2 PERIODS Objectives Practise: a. Marching in Double Time b. Halt in Double Time c. Quick time into double time d. Double time into quick time General Marching in double time is no less relaxed than marching in quick time. The normal rules for marching still apply. Step, dressing, covering and distance are to be maintained. Marching in Double Time The command is: BY THE LEFT/RIGHT, DOUBLE MARCH. On the command step off with the left foot and run with easy swinging strides of 100cm, inclining the body forward to maintain the correct carriage. Pick up feet cleanly at each pace, with the thigh, knee, and ankle joints working freely. Bend the elbows to an angle of approx 90 degrees (1600 mils), fists held lightly clenched and forearms across the front of the body. Halting in Double Time The command is HALT. The executive word of command is given as the right foot is coming to the ground. On this command complete three check paces, decreasing the speed and length of pace. After the third check pace bring the right foot through the position of mark time to the position of attention. Changing from Quick Time to Slow Time The command is: INTO SLOW TIME MARCH. The executive word of command is given as the left foot is coming to the ground. Complete a check pace with the right foot, bring the left foot to the balance step position and continue in slow time, observing all the principles of slow marching. Changing from Slow Time to Quick Time The command is: INTO QUICK TIME, QUICK MARCH. The executive word of command is given as the left foot touches the ground. Complete a check pace in slow time with the right foot, bring the left foot to the balance step position and continue marching in quick time, observing all the principles of quick time. Changing from Quick Time to Double Time The command is: INTO DOUBLE TIME, DOUBLE MARCH. The executive word of command is given as the left foot is coming to the ground. Complete a check pace in quick time with the right foot, and commence marching in double time on the next pace with the left foot, observing all the principles of double time.
10 Changing from Double Time to Quick Time The command is: INTO QUICK TIME, QUICK MARCH. The executive word of command is given as the left foot is coming to the ground. The forward movement of the body is checked in three paces, decreasing the pace length and speed gradually. When the right foot comes to the ground on the last check pace, the next pace with the left foot is in quick time.
11 DRILL & CEREMONIAL ADVANCED (DCA) DCA 4 - PRINCIPLES OF DRILL INSTRUCTION 2 PERIODS Reference: AAP Manual of Drill Chapter 1 Objectives State and Practise: a. Basic Drill Terminology b. Correct Words of Command c. Voice Projection and timing techniques Definition of Drill Drill is the precise and instinctive execution of recognised military movements by an individual or group, in response to commands and/or signals. Aim of Drill The aim of drill is to develop in the individual: a. Self discipline b. Alertness c. Instantaneous reflexes d. Balance and body control e. Instinctive and instant obedience to orders, and f. Good team work. Purpose of Drill Drill provides a medium by which those in command can correctly and precisely manoeuvre a body of personnel. Standards of Drill It is the responsibility of all Officers, Warrant Officers and NCOs to ensure high standards of demeanour and drill are maintained by personnel when moving as individuals or group, either on or off the parade ground An individual in command of personnel is to set a good example at all times. When giving commands, they should stand correctly at attention and avoid exaggerated movements of the body, head or hands. When moving around they should turn and march in the correct manner. Any demonstrations should be of the highest standard with precise explanations. Intemperate (inappropriate) language is not to be used To ensure the highest drill standards are achieved and maintained, an individual in command of personnel is to insist on; a. immediate obedience to orders, b. exactness of movements, c. correct and smart nearing, and
12 d. steadiness and balance. Instruction Drill instruction is to be simple, concise and interesting so that the subject is easily learnt and remembered. Breaks should be incorporated into periods of instruction to avoid fatigue and disinterest. The Instructor Instructors are to set the standard by their own personal example, and must, therefore: a. know the subject well, b. have a systematic method of instruction, c. be consistent, tolerant, fair and firm, d. be able to identify the individuals with learning difficulties within the group, e. encourage and offer positive reinforcement, f. be able to express themselves without using offensive language, and g. be consistent. Sequence of Instruction The drill patter and sequence of instruction for a single movement drill lesson are included in lesson plan format at Annex A. Words of Command Delivery Well delivered words of command are essential to satisfactorily initiate drill movements. Since they convey an order which is to be smartly obeyed, they are always given from the position of attention and are delivered in a determined, distinct and confident manner The following points will assist personnel in delivering words of command in the correct manner: a. vocal chords should be warmed up, b. drinks of water should be taken frequently, c. body posture is to be correct, with the head at its natural position (the chin neither tucked in or jutting out), and d. breathing should be from an extended stomach rather than a lifted chest Each command is divided into three parts as follows: a. The Prefix. Commands are always prefixed with the appropriate word FLIGHT, SQUADRON, WING, etc. Using the command prefix FLIGHT, an example would be: FLIGHT, ATTEN TION or No. 1 FLIGHT, SHOULDER ARMS. b. The Cautionary. This part gives warning of the movement to be performed and precedes the executive. For example, in the command, FLIGHT, ATTEN TION, ATTEN is the cautionary word of command, while SHOULDER is the cautionary word in the command No. 1 FLIGHT, SHOULDER ARMS.
13 c. The Executive. The executive is the signal for the movement to be carried out. It is to be sharp and of a sharper pitch tan the cautionary. Using the previous examples, - TION and ARMS respectively are the executive words of commands In this precis, the cautionary and executive parts of each command are shown, however, the prefix is not always shown as it will depend on the group under command. Whenever giving commands, the appropriate prefix is to be used at all times There are two situations which affect the method of delivering the cautionary word of command: a. In the case of a movement which has been rehearsed and the participants are expecting an order, the cautionary is delivered in a regular beat on successive left or right feet as appropriate. b. When a command is to be given in circumstances where the recipients are not necessarily expecting it, or where long distance is involved, the cautionary is to be loud and drawn out to ensure that all personnel concerned have heard and understood it. The size of the flight, the distance the order has to travel, the volume of background noise are major factors which influence the length and volume of the cautionary, and the pause between it and the executive The cautionary must, in all cases, be clear and fully explain the movement which is to follow Throughout this precis, words of command are printed in bold type in inverted commas. A dash separates the cautionary and executive. Timing A pause is always made between the cautionary and the executive words of command. Each particular command should normally have the same pause each time it is given. IN a rehearsed situation the pause between the two parts is to be equal to two beats in quick time or slow time as appropriate. This is particularly important when working with a band as the Band Master or Drum Major relies on a regularly delivered word of command Timing of words of command given on the march is generally dependant on the foot on which the executive command is given. For example, in the command FLIGHT HALT. The cautionary FLIGHT is given on the right foot and the executive HALT is given on the next right foot. Similarly a command such as No. 1 FLIGHT, EYES RIGHT is to be given on successive left feet. The table detailing the foot on which the executive word of command is given, is at Annex B When it is desired to stop an incomplete movement, or to correct an incomplete or wrong word of command, the command AS YOU WERE is to be given. On this command all personnel in the flight resume their prior position or situation. Moving Off in Step with Another Flight To move a flight off in step with a preceding flight, in quick or slow time, the cautionary and executive commands are given on successive feet, as the right feet of those on the preceding flight are coming to the ground.
14 4021. The timing for the words of command are at Annex B, the length of pace at Annex C, and the march timing, in paces per minute, at Annex D, and the drill definition at Annex E.
23 DRILL & CEREMONIAL ADVANCED (DCA) DCA 5 - STUDENT DRILL INSTRUCTION 2 PERIODS Objectives Command and control a marching squad using the correct words of command and technique for approx three minutes using movements from DCB 1-9. Note: This block of instruction is to include each cadet practising voice projection and control of a squad with individual critique by the Drill Instructor.
24 DRILL & CEREMONIAL ADVANCED (DCA) DCA 6 - MUTUAL INSTRUCTION EXERCISE 3 PERIODS Objectives State and practise; (1) Aims of Drill (2) Requirements of the Drill Instructor (3) Sequence of instruction for a formal drill lesson Practise and present two short drill instruction lessons, each of approx eight minutes from DCB 1-8. Each drill instruction lesson is to be followed by comments by the course Drill Instructor.
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