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My experience has been that no cover zones also mean no salute zones, though I don't know exactly what (if any) the Air Force Instruction says.

I do vividly remember having to report to the Navy ROTC commander at Georgia Tech for something (project of some kind) and I went in a reported like I was taught (stop at the desk and salute while reporting) and the CAPT said gruffly "We don't salute indoors in the Navy."

Personally I think designating a "no cover zone" for other than safety reasons is bogus. I take it from your tone you might agree.

- Tom
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