DOUBLE TIME, MARCH may be given at a halt, while marching at quick time, or while marching in place. MARCH may be given as either foot hits the deck.
When marching at quick time: When the command MARCH is given, take one more 30-inch step.
Double Time in Place.
The command is IN PLACE DOUBLE TIME, MARCH. It may be given while halted, while marching at double time, or while marking time.
When halted: On the preparatory command, shift your weight to your right leg without noticeable movement.
On the command MARCH, raise your arms for double time. Starting with the left foot, alternating and in place, raise your feet 6 inches above the deck at 180 steps per minute.
When marching at double time: After MARCH, take two more double time steps.
Bring your feet together and begin double timing in place without loss of cadence.
The command DOUBLE TIME, MARCH resumes the march at double time.
At MARCH, take two more steps in place.
Step off with 180, 36-inch steps per minute.
When marking time: On the command MARCH, take one more step in mark time.
Commence marching at double time in place.
The halt from in place double time is done the same as from double time.