I get saluted fairly often. Well, not me so much as my car. My husband was a Navy officer (now retired) and there’s an officer’s sticker on our cars. So, whenever I drive onto a military base (several times a week, usually) the gate-guard salutes.
That said, no civilian has ever saluted me. Maybe because I’ve usually lived in military towns, and, in a military town, most people have actual experience having to salute someone and so we choose not to fool around that way when we don’t have to?
When my husband gets a little biggity I’ll sometimes snap him a nazi-salute and goosestep off to follow his ‘orders.’ But I’ve never given him a “real” salute – I was an enlisted girl myself (this was before he was commissioned) and my saluting days were over after I got out!