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To take one’s place in a military formation the soldier is ordered to fall in and the roll is called. The command is given: Squad Atten-shun! (Attention). The soldier brings his left leg up at 90 degrees and stamps down so both his feet are in a ‘V’ shape. Order Arms! The soldier’s weapon will be lowered so that the butt is resting on the ground, touching the outer toes of the right boot, and being supported by a slightly bent right arm, muzzle vertical. Lined up smartly, by section, the company will now be counted. They sound off as the individual’s name is called and their numbers reckoned.