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This all-new 5th edition of the venerable Service Etiquette cements the guide's reputation as the definitive resource of military protocol. Protocol experts Cherlynn Conetsco and Anna Hart have totally rewritten the book, expanding its scope and intended readership from military officers and military spouses to all levels of the military, government, and business professionals. With forty-plus years of collective experience, they are recognized masters in modern etiquette and civility. The new edition is a highly readable, multicultural courtesy and planning manual that provides entry-level professionals with a wealth of hands-on detail and vital skill sets. To seasoned military leaders and corporate executives, it offers useful insights in refining social and business models for a diverse selection of both domestic and international constituencies. Throughout the reference, Conetsco and Hart share fascinating insights, the latest official information, and modern civility advice.
Table of Contents
United States Military and Government
Military and Government Protocol
Military Honors and Official Government Ceremonies
Hosting High-Profile Visits
Organizing a Dining In and Dining Out
The Fallen Comrade Table Observance
The Military Funeral
Order of Precedence and Military Forms of Address
Military Wedding Etiquette
Military Wedding Invitations, Announcements, and Replies
Correspondence and Stationery Essentials
Abbreviations in Social Correspondence
Personal Electronics Etiquette
Civilian Forms of Address
Good Manners and Civility
Place Settings, Table Manners, and Service Styles
Family Dining, Buffets, and Formal In-Home Meals
Official Business Functions, Cocktails, and Receptions
Introductions, Conversations, and Farewells
Guest and Visitor Civility
International Protocol and Civilicy
Jnternationai Guest and Host Duties
Manners at the Global Dinner Table
Communal Platter Dining
Food and Drink Preferences of Various Religious Groups
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