|Requirements: Marching at Attention; in Any Formation; at Close or Normal Interval; in the Cadence of Quick Time
The commands below may be given as the heel of either foot strikes the ground as long as both the preparatory command and command of execution are given on the same foot and only from quick time. The only command that can be given when marching at other than attention is Incline to the Right (Left). Otherwise, the flight must be called to attention before other commands may be given.
Route Step March
The command is Route Step, MARCH. On the command MARCH, the airman takes one more 24-inch step and assumes route step. Neither silence nor cadence is required, and movement is permitted as long as dress, cover, interval, and distance are maintained.
At Ease March
The command is At Ease, MARCH. On the command MARCH, the airman takes one more 24-inch step and assumes at ease. Cadence is not given, and movement is permitted as long as silence, dress, cover, interval, and distance are maintained.
Flight Attention (used to call flight back to attention)
The command is Flight, ATTENTION. On the command ATTENTION, the airman resume marching at the position of attention.
The instructor immediately starts counting cadence. Airman will individually execute Change Step if not in step with cadence.