After reading the commentary in this question and its answer, it's apparent that ham procedures/norms/protocols/etiquette are substantially different than military and public safety radio procedures. And it turns out that I am much more familiar with the latter than the former.
Public safety radio operator norms are much more varied than military radio operator procedures, but I believe they are usually similar and based on military procedures. If you didn't know, they vary by region, department, service (Fire, police, ambulance, EMS, etc), and many other factors.
What should a ham radio operator who is more familiar with military and public radio procedures know about ham radio procedures? Which procedures are the most different and cause the most problems when operating on the different spectrums for different purposes?