We need to respect high rank officers but we do not need to respect the person its self out of uniform.
You gain respect from the person, not everyone has respect for each other.
It is the one that keeps everyone acting polite and curiosities towards everyone.
This is one of the NCO’s basic responsibilities to make sure that everyone has respect.
Many people know what the words Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage mean.
But how often do you see someone actually live up to them.Also, it helps recognizing and acknowledging all our leaders who and what purpose they are in this U. Army to give them the proper courtesies of their position and/or Title.Respect is found in the same way as disrespect but for the sign of Respect is that the person shows you their upmost attention to every detail that is put out to the person. Speck Jr., medic, Headquarter and Headquarter Company, 854th Engineer Battalion, and Reading, Pa., native, meets his daughter, Isla, for the first time upon his return from deployment in March 2014. - Respect is usually visible in the way someone treats those around them, whether peers, subordinates or superiors. "He's been the go-to guy for anything involving medical," said Capt. Army Reserve Soldier, this is seen in his day-to-day interactions. Speck is the battalion medic, responsible for nine medics and a driving force for medical solutions in the battalion.You can’t have respect without discipline because it creates a sense of unity among soldiers which under extreme circumstances the military cannot afford to have any causality because of one individual’s decision to disrespect one of leaders appointed over me direct orders.Self-less Service leads to teamwork and encompasses discipline and is most effective when all soldiers can expect and give mutual espect to their fellow soldiers.We learned these words before we came in the military.Some soldiers live by these words and others just go by them when they are working or in front of a high rank officer.Respect is one the 7 Army Values and probably one of the most important in today’s Army.Discipline also works alongside respect even though it is not one of the Army Value’s; it falls under Self-less Service.