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them to their owner. Needless to say, no matter what the intent may be, a man guilty of this dishonesty will be court-martialed for theft.
ARTICLES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE NAVY
Articles for the Government of the Navy of the United States are articles approved by act of Congress and thus made into the law of the land for the government of the Navy. The general features of the Navy Regulations are founded on these articles. They are always posted on the ship's bulletin board. Once a month they are read at muster by the executive officer. Every person in the Navy should read these articles carefully and make himself familiar with their general nature.
REDRESS OF WRONGS
“If any person in the Navy considers himself oppressed by his superior, or observes in him any misconduct, he shall not fail in his respectful bearing toward 'him, but shall represent such oppression or misconduct to the proper authority. He will be held accountable if his representations are found to be vexatious, frivolous, or false. Any application for redress of wrong shall be in writing through the immediate commanding officer to the commander in chief of the fleet or squadron, or to the senior officer present, and it shall be the duty of the latter to take such action in the matter as, in his judgment, justice and good of service demand."
QUARRELS AND DISTURBANCES “In the event of a riot or quarrel between persons belonging to the Navy, it shall be the duty of the senior
line officer present to suppress the disturbance, and, if necessary, to arrest those engaged in it even though they may be his superiors in rank; and all persons belonging to the Navy who may be present shall render prompt assistance and obedience to the officer thus engaged in the restoration of order. Should there be no line officer present, the senior officer of the Navy or of the Marine Corps who may be present shall exercise the same authority and be entitled to the same obedience.”
RULES REGARDING SALUTES See pages 259–265.
SCHOOL OF THE RECRUIT
The following instructions will assist you in grasping the details of your infantry drills. Study and practice the different movements until you know them thoroughly. This chapter gives instructions without arms.
Being at a halt, the commands are: FALL OUT; REST; AT EASE, and 1. Parade, 2. REST.
At the command fall out, the man may leave the ranks, but he is required to remain in the immediate vicinity. They resume their former places at attention, at the command to fall in.
At the command rest each man keeps his right foot in place, but is not required to preserve silence or immobility.
At the command at ease each man keeps his right foot in place and is required to preserve silence but not immobility.
The command being, 1. Stand at, 2. EASE, at the command Ease, move the left foot smartly 12 inches to the left of the right foot; at the same time clasp the hands behind the back, palms to the rear, thumb and fingers of the right hand clasping the left thumb, without constraint. Preserve silence and immobility, except that the head and eyes may be turned toward the instructor or unit commander. This command is given when it is desired to maintain a uniform appearance of the organization. (See fig. 3.)
1. Parade, 2. REST. Carry the right foot 6 inches straight to the rear, left knee slightly bent; clasp the hands naturally in front of the center of the body,
fingers joined, left hand uppermost, back of hands to the front, left thumb clasped by the thumb and forefinger of the right hand; preserve silence and steadiness of position. (See figs. 4 a-d.)
To resume the attention: 1. Squad, 2. ATTENTION. The men take the position of attention.
1. Eyes, 2. RIGHT (LEFT), 3. FRONT.
At the command right (or left) turn the head to the right (or left) oblique, eyes fixed on the line of eyes of the men in or supposed to be in the same rank. Åt the command front, turn the head and eyes to the front. (See fig. 5.)