Who said"Those who are about to die, we salute you"?

Answer The actual wording comes from the Latin phrase "ave Caesar, morituri te salutant" and translates as "hail Caesar, those who are about to die salute you." According to the Routledge Dictionary of La... Read More »

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How to Do the Sun Salute?

The Sun Salute (Sun Salutation, Salute to the Sun) is often practiced in a morning yoga session. Flexibility, relaxation and the calming of the mind are just some of the benefits that you can achie... Read More »

How do I Salute in Japan?

Saluting is a common way for people to greet one another in Japanese culture. The hand salute is generally used by Japanese military personnel upon coming in to contact with other military persons ... Read More »

Why do we salute in the military?

Saluting is a very old tradition in the military. We salute because it is mandatory. Hand salutes are rendered both as a form of greeting and as a sign of respect for superior officers and the U.S.... Read More »

Who qualifies for a 21-gun salute?

The United States performs a 21-gun salute as a show of national respect for political and military special events. The salute marks the ceremonial entrance and exit of the president of the United ... Read More »