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When Not to Salute

“When Not to Salute” from the U.S. Navy’s Bureau of Naval Personnel Information Bulletin, January 1944.

When Not To Salute, U.S. Navy, WWII

Left to Right, Top to Bottom: WHEN UNCOVERED (WITHOUT HEAD DRESS); WHEN IN RANKS (IF ADDRESSED COME TO ATTENTION); WHEN ENGAGED IN GAMES OR ATHLETICS; WHEN PART OF A DETAIL AT WORK; WHEN CARRYING ARTICLES WITH BOTH HANDS; WHEN UNDER ACTUAL OR SIMULATED BATTLE CONDITIONS; IN PUBLIC CONVEYANCES WHEN OBVIOUSLY INAPPROPRIATE; IN PUBLIC PLACES WHERE INAPPROPRIATE (THEATRE, HOTEL, RESTAURANT ETC.); AT MESS (IF ADDRESSED BY OFFICER, SIT AT ATTENTION); AT OARS IN A PULLING BOAT.
 

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