I am frequently in a peculiar situation and I hope you can help. I am a uniformed member of an EMS unit and hold the rank of Lieutenant. This means I have been issued a Class A uniform, complete with cover, as well as my normal duty uniform as an EMT, which I normally wear with a baseball hat. Our service does have any protocols or requirements for saluting. I would like to know what I should do during the playing of the National Anthem, the stating of the Pledge of Allegiance and similar situations whether I am dressed as a civilian, in my work EMT uniform or my Class A uniform. Before you think this is too easy... I am not a US citizen. I can find conflicting regulations and guidelines for what I should do in each situation. The civilian role is easy, it's when in uniform it (for me) becomes tricky. Right now I stand to attention, face the Flag and remain silent but I'd like to know if this is correct.