"At the command <em>attention</em> resume the order saber and the position of the soldier." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Attention

"At the command attention resume the order saber and the position of the soldier." —…

In rendering honors with the troops officers execute the first motion of the salute at the command <em>present</em>, the second motion at the command <em>arms</em>; enlisted men with the saber execute the first motion at the command <em>arms</em> and omit the second motion." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Rendering honors

In rendering honors with the troops officers execute the first motion of the salute at the command present,…

"Officers and noncomissioned officers armed with the saber, when mounted, return saber without using the left hand; the scabbard is hooked up on dismounting." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Saber return

"Officers and noncomissioned officers armed with the saber, when mounted, return saber without using…

"When publishing orderes, calling the roll, etc., the saber is held suspended from the right wrist by the saber knot, when the saber knot is used it is placed on the wrist before drawing saber and taken off after returning saber." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Drawn saber

"When publishing orderes, calling the roll, etc., the saber is held suspended from the right wrist by…

"When arms are brought to the order the officers or enlisted men with the saber drawn <em>order saber</em>." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Drawn saber

"When arms are brought to the order the officers or enlisted men with the saber drawn order saber."…

"In marching in double time the saber is carried diagonally across the breast, edge to the front; the left hand steadies the scabbard." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Marching with saber

"In marching in double time the saber is carried diagonally across the breast, edge to the front; the…

An officer facing forward, with a saber.

Officer with saber

An officer facing forward, with a saber.

"On foot the scabbard is carried hooked up." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Sheathed saber

"On foot the scabbard is carried hooked up." — Moss, 1914