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Regulation drill; Drill command; Drill and ceremony; Parade rest; Stand at ease; Ten-hut; Regulation Drill; Ten hut; Order arms; Parade calls; Parade call; Singapore drill commands; Pass in Review; Stand easy; Slope arms; Shoulder arms
  • [[Australian Air Force Cadets]] stand at ease
  • A British soldier in the port arms position
  • A Polish soldier in the slope arms position
  • US Navy recruits marching in a [[drill hall]]

shoulder arms         
1918 FILM BY CHARLIE CHAPLIN
Regulation drill; Drill command; Drill and ceremony; Parade rest; Stand at ease; Ten-hut; Regulation Drill; Ten hut; Order arms; Parade calls; Parade call; Singapore drill commands; Pass in Review; Stand easy; Slope arms; Shoulder arms
hold a rifle against the right side of the body, barrel upwards.
Snuggled on Your Shoulder (Cuddled in Your Arms)         
ORIGINAL SONG COMPOSED BY CARMEN LOMBARDO, LYRICS BY JOE YOUNG; FIRST RECORDED BY BING CROSBY
Snuggled On Your Shoulder; Snuggled on Your Shoulder; Snuggled On Your Shoulder, Cuddled In Your Arms
"Snuggled on Your Shoulder (Cuddled in Your Arms)" is a popular song with music by Carmen Lombardo and lyrics by Joe Young, published in 1932.
Dislocated shoulder         
  • An example of a shoulder reduction technique, specifically the Cunningham technique
  • Lightbulb sign indicative of posterior shoulder dislocation shown on the left. On the right, the same shoulder after reduction.
  • MRI of shoulder after dislocation with Hill-Sachs lesion and labral Bankart's lesion.
  • Anterior shoulder dislocation while carrying a frail elder
  • X-ray at left shows anterior dislocation in a young man. X-ray at right shows the same shoulder after reduction and internal rotation, revealing a [[Bankart lesion]] and a [[Hill-Sachs lesion]].
INJURY
Dislocated Shoulder; Shoulder dislocation; Dislocation of shoulder; Dislocation of shoulder joint; Shoulder luxation; Luxated shoulder; Anterior shoulder dislocation; Posterior shoulder dislocation
A dislocated shoulder is a condition in which the head of the humerus is detached from the shoulder joint. Symptoms include shoulder pain and instability.

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Drill commands

Drill commands are generally used with a group that is marching, most often in military foot drills or in a marching band. Drill commands are usually heard in major events involving service personnel, reservists and veterans of a country's armed forces, and by extension, public security services and youth uniformed organizations.

Examples of use of shoulder arms
1. England 24–0 A slightly nervous Richard Ferrer says, "Shoulder arms, lads.
2. If a girl is ill–treated, she can leave for another man." The Kalasha dance is a curious sidestep, performed by groups of men or women who stand shoulder to shoulder, arms linked.
3. The Lithuanians then endured an excruciating final second, standing shoulder–to–shoulder –– arms wrapped around each other –– watching anxiously as Marco Belinelli‘s two free throw attempts clanged off the rim then Gianluca Basile‘s three shots failed to fall.