What is the correct way to salute a Captain of a ship?
If you are a member of the armed forces or of the crew of a ship, you have been taught the correct way to salute. If you are not, there is no correct way for you to salute the Captain of a ship because you should not.
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When leaving the ship you salute the officer on duty and ask permission to leave the ship. Then you stand on top of the gangway, face the flag and salute it. This is to show y…our respect to America and the flag.. When leaving the ship you salute the Officer on Duty and ask permission to leave the ship. Then you stop at the top of the gangway and salute the flag. This is to show respect to America and the flag.
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A GP is called doctor A Specialist is called Mister. Answer . A specialist surgeon is called mister, at least in Britain, Australia and NZ. All other medical specialist…s are called doctor. This dates back to barber-surgeons in the Royal Navy, who were not officers so their salutation "mister" elevated them above most of the crew and made them "honorary officers". . A specialist surgeon (orthopaedic, thoracic, cardio-vascular etc) in these countries has to be a member of the country's College of Surgeons (i.e Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), FRACS, FRNZCS).
She is still Mrs. Smith . If she chooses to be called by her first name [ Mrs. Jane Smith ] instead of her late husband's [ Mrs. John Smith ] , or revert to her maiden name fo…r some reason, it's up to her to make it be known.
Dear fool, prescribing a specific and normative correct or incorrect form of salutation to a letter is ridiculous. if your looking for the most proper or formal salutation …your best bets are 'dear' (which is a bit personal and familiar and kinda sappy) or just simply (for maximum formality) 'Mr __________, ' and proceed with your letter.
Please enquire of your County office. This salutation can vary from Mr[ or Ms ] to Supervisor or Commissioner.
The captain is responsible for the ship in his command, for its operation and for seeing that all international laws and company policies are obeyed. He is responsible for the… security and safety of the ship, and will respond to all threats. He is in charge of the ship's crew and sometimes the accounting, if there is no one else for that job, and everything related to the handling of the ship. He is to keep accurate records and logs and is responsible for the ship's navigation, and managing all cargo and stores on board.
Well it depends, if you are Muslim you sholud say "es-selamu-alejkum" ("may peace be with you"), and he would reply "alejku mu selam", but if you aren't Muslim you can say any… regular respectful greeting.
To Whom It May Concern:
Dear Drs. Smith and Jones if they are partners in a medical corporation, or Dear Dr. Smith and Dr. Jones if they are not.
Mrs. or Ms.
In US Army
When you rank below that Captain, and you either pass them while outdoors, or while indoors and under arms.
In Desmond Tutu
Desmond Tutu was a Bishop, so the correct salutation would be, "Your Excellency".
If you're unsure of the gender of the recipient - always go for the safest 'Dear Sir/Madam'. The person you're writing to will probably reply with more detail about their gend…er.